Being a Tea Party leader in any state in the good old US (even the smart states) means that you must be the most rusted-out screwdriver among a shed chock full of very dull tools. But Tea Party leader and Mississippi is a coupling like Smith and Wesson or gasoline and fire; nothing possibly good can come from the pairing.
Super liberty and truck nutz loving Janis Lane, the president of the Central Mississippi Tea Party, believes that women should be denied the right to vote because they are just ever-so diabolical and emotional. Evidently Lane thinks women will have their periods in the voting booth, manipulate the pool workers, and want to fold laundry and cry about the poor choice of color scheme used for the booth curtain–of course all while plotting to take over the world (in keeping with all of those female presidents we’ve apparently had).
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