Skip to comments.Team Obama Hands Out Free Pizza at Florida Early Voting Stations
Posted on 11/03/2012 8:38:28 PM PDT by forbushalltheway
Team Obama is giving away free pizza at Miami Dade County early voting location.
Jordan Gehrke reported:
Asked the Obama supporter giving out free pizza at polls who she was with. She said nobody, then flashed Obama pin.
Meanwhile, in New York City theyre running out of water.
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You should have taken the shot and asked if it wouldn’t have been a better idea to send the pizza money to the northeast where people are digging in DUmpsters for food.
Can pretty much bet our tax dollars are paying for these pizzas..this is EXACTLY what Harry Reid did to win..his hired goons passed out Best Buy gift cards to people who would vote for him..Dems know they can’t win any other way but pizza..yeah that outta get people to vote for the Kenyan lol
Its not delivery, it DiKenyan.
In the last election, ACORN gave homeless people in Milwaukee cigarettes and beer for their votes. The “voters” only had to tell the election people which park bench they slept on for proof of residency. I WISH I was kidding about this.
Well....if that’s the way Obammy supporters do it and get away with it...maybe we should try it too.
do laws only apply to Republicans?
That is so Third World.
U meen it wasn’t fried chicken?
Cheesy (pun intended) but AFAIK legal, up to the point they flashed a campaign button which is a no no at the polls. After all someone could accept the pizza and then vote Romney or a third party or nobody at all.
The pizza is spiked! With hopium.
“Well....if thats the way Obammy supporters do it and get away with it...maybe we should try it too.”
Lol, although I was thinking of giving the pizza to the people in NYC, because they could actually use some food.
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