We knew it would be painful, here in Northeast Florida, to read the comments following a news story about Republican voter fraud.
After it was revealed that Palm Beach County, Fla. prosecutors began investigating Strategic Allied Consulting, one of many names for a “voting consultant” firm run by one man and paid $3.1 million so far by the Republican National Committee to register (Republican) voters, the Republican Party of Florida dumped the firm.
Which leads us to this story on a Jacksonville TV news website, and the colorful comments that followed. The last names were removed to protect the stupid. But one of word of advice: before you attempt to correct someone else’s spelling, make sure your own is at least in the ballpark.