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Vote Sex Trading: You Get What You Pay For

A Wonkette correspondent writes us about his frustrated quest to trade votes for sex: "Inspired by your post, I decided to see if there was an equivalent service for libertarians." We're going to stop right here for a second because there is something kind of great about the idea of a libertarian withholding sex from someone until they agree to vote for Michael Badnarik. Surely a libertarian could see that there's a more efficient model that would accomplish the same thing: Trading sex for not voting at all.


Anywho, our swinging freemarketer did not find "Fuck the Vote" site for libertarians. He did find LibertarianPassions.com, which brings us to our next point: Libertarians are not really ones to be making demands in this arena. We were almost laughing too hard to take this screenshot of the site's featured personals:

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The two on the bottom could probably use sex to get someone to vote for, dunno, a Libertarian school board candidate. The other guy? It's not that he's unattractive, it's that he's frightening.

We should note that the services of LibertarianPassions.com are free. Guess some times the market does work.

[DISCLAIMER: Yes, hot libertarians do exist, we even know a few. Libertarians are mocked here for comedic purposes. No libertarians were harmed (badly) in the making of this comedy.]

LibertarianPassions.com: an online community for libertarian singles [LibertarianPassions.com]

Vote Sex Trading [Wonkette]

Vote Sex Trade: What Could Go Wrong [Wonkette]

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Gonna be a long day, y'all, you ready to dive in? We should note at the outset that any of the questions about obstruction of justice are colored by the fact that Trump refused to sit for an interview with Robert Mueller. Guess that's part of why Robert Mueller refused to clear him! But anyway, we will have more time for thoughts as we read.

Let's read the Mueller Report!

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April 20 will be the 20th anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School. Mother Jones yesterday published a report on mass shooters (or would-be shooters) who in one way or another mentioned the Columbine murders as something they wanted to emulate, or as a benchmark they hoped to outdo. Since 1999, there have been more than 100 plots or actual attacks influenced by Columbine. MoJo national affairs editor Mark Follman notes,

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