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Vote for Jesus?

I voted today, and it turns out that my polling place is a church? I suppose that's pretty common, but this is the first time that I can ever recall voting in a church.

And when I put my ballot in the vote box, guess who was watching me -- or at least guess whose picture was above the box? Yep. The J-man.

I don't have a problem with that, actually, but I did find it a bit odd. In Connecticut, the Attorney General threatened not to let people wearing WWE t-shirts, but in Minnesota, and I assume everywhere else in the country, it's completely okay for Jesus to be presiding over the voting area??


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