Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Was that an election or a rubber stamp?

T. Martin posted something that caught my attention. The PA Supreme Court ordered that the retention vote for Nigro and Newman, one lost and the other won, was not an election. The voter numbers were not to count as a state-wide election.

So, if it wasn't an election, candidate Martin suggested that it was a 'rubber stamp.'

But, in this case, it was a historic stamp as one of the judges got stamped OUT.

Here are some rubber stamp images to ponder. Rubber stamps for sale.

Close up of rubber stamp.

Chop, chop, chop.

A more lavish, stone aged, timeless rubber stamp. These stone blocks are carved with a person's symbol / logo. They make nice tourist gifts as a reminder of a by-gone past.

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