John talks about the late Antonin Scalia and the Supreme Court, Chipotle's food safety problems, Voter IDs and New Zealand's economic development minister Steven Joyce.
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John talks about the late Antonin Scalia and the Supreme Court, Chipotle's food safety problems, Voter IDs and New Zealand's economic development minister Steven Joyce.

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7 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

Of course Oliver always delivers the goods, but he hit the mark big time on this one. I mean, really highlights the hypocrisy and bull-crap of modern Murica today. People need to get riled up over this because it's a serious matter. Ridiculous button-stick voting lawmakers aside, someone out there is trying to subvert democracy and diminish the 'poor-vote' and whether you disagree with uneducated and poor people voting or not, that is not how democracy works.

So if you want to live in North Korea then just brush this matter aside, but if you love your country and don't want it to end up like all the other dumps on this planet then you have to stand up for your rights.

-Tony


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