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Dzirhan sends this story about an ex-Soldier offering his vote up to a poll of newspaper readers in Malaysia.

He. Seriously. Needs. His. Chops. Busted.

American offers his vote to Malaysiakini readers
Steven Gan

Much has been said that global citizens, and not just Americans, should have the right to decide who should be the next United States president. After all, the person who is going to occupy the White House for the next four years will have a major impact on the rest of the world.

Eric Ossemig, an ex-soldier with the US Army, feels so strongly about this that he is letting readers of malaysiakini determine who he should be voting for in the Nov 2 American presidential election.

This website will carry a four-week poll beginning today to determine who among the three confirmed candidates in the keenly contested election - incumbent George W Bush (Republican), challengers John Kerry (Democrats) and Ralph Nader (Independent) - should be the next US president...

Read the whole thing. I don't care if the vote is for Bush, is there some way to call attention to this so that Assemig's vote is nullified or get him slapped with a fine? The vote is the most sacred of all things American and this guy is going to throw it away to some poll?!

Steve Gan needs his chops busted (several times) for even writing such nonsense as "Much has been said that global citizens, and not just Americans, should have the right to decide who should be the next United States president."

More People Who Need Their Chops Busted here.

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