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Entry from November 05, 2014
“You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out”

“You can’t fix stupid” is a saying of American stand-up comedian Ron White."You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many gift items, such as T-shirts, posters and bumper stickers.

“You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out” has been popular since at least March 17, 2009, when it was printed at a sign at a political tea party rally.

Wikipedia: You Can’t Fix Stupid
You Can’t Fix Stupid is an album by American comedian Ron White. It was released by Image Entertainment on February 7, 2006. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart.

Nation’s Largest Tea Party
5,000 Gather to Protest Obama Spending Policy

The biggest New American Tea Party protest rally yet took place at Fountain Square in Cincinnati on Sunday. Police estimated the crowd to number about 5000 people, which may make the Tea Party protest the biggest in Cincinnati since the Vietnam War.
As with previous New American Tea Party protests, the people gathered in Fountain Square were angry at the Obama administrations plans to spend money on stimulus programs and bailouts of failing corporations. People carried signs, hand-made, with messages such as “Just Say No to B.O.”, “I’m Only 8 and Already $36000 in Debt”, “The Audacity of Socialism”, “Hey, Obama, Go Stimulate Yourself”, and “You Can’t Fix Stupid, but You Can Vote it Out.”

Lorin Olsen
From Orlando #teaparty: “You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out.” http://bit.ly/5K2ip #tcot
10:46 AM - 25 Mar 2009

The Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville, FL)
TEA party draws hundreds protesting against taxes
The group that held the protest will submit petitions to a congressional panel.

By Terry Dickson Wed, Apr 15, 2009 @ 11:00 pm | updated Wed, Sep 2, 2009 @ 5:51 am
Other signs included “Capitalism works. Government does not,’’ “You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out,’’ and “Obama-nomics: Trickle up poverty.’’

Michelle Malkin
Remember: “U can’t fix stupid, but u can vote them out” applies to BOTH parties. #tcot #teaparty
9:42 AM - 17 Apr 2009

The Million Taxpayer March
By Michelle Malkin • April 17, 2009 10:26 AM
As one of the most popular Tea Party signs read: “You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out.”

The Telegraph (UK)
Anti-Barack Obama health care protesters pour into Washington
Thousands of anti-Obama activists poured into Washington by bus, car and plane to protest against the president’s health care plan and warn about spiralling government spending.

By Leonard Doyle in Washington 8:32PM BST 12 Sep 2009
They sang patriotic songs like “God Bless America” as they marched. Many vented their anger at the president and the democratically controlled Congress and carried handwritten signs with slogans like “You can’t fix stupid, but you can vote it out” and “Hey Obamacare! Hands off my body”.

Washington (DC) Post
‘Tea party’ protesters gather in Washington to rally against taxes, spending
By Amy Gardner and Michael E. Ruane
Washington Post Staff Writers
Friday, April 16, 2010
Thousands of conservative “tea party” activists streamed into the nation’s capital Thursday to protest Obama administration policies and denounce what they regard as excessive taxation and government spending.
Throughout the day, protesters arrived in Washington from North Carolina, Mississippi, Texas and beyond. They carried American flags and toted signs with such slogans as “You Can’t Fix Stupid, but You Can Vote It Out,” “I Have Awakened,” and “When Injustice Becomes Law, Resistance Becomes Duty.”

Ron White
Turns out you CAN fix stupid, but it takes forever because the parts are back-ordered due to high demand in Washington DC
12:15 PM - 16 Jul 2014

You Can’t Fix Stupid But You Can #vote It Out!
#changeisinyourhands #TakeBackYourRights
12:09 AM - 4 Nov 2014

Michael Lemm
You Can’t Fix Stupid...But You Can Vote It Out #TPFA #CCOT #YCOT #RedNationRising #TCOT #PJNET #UniteRight #Patriots #RedMeat #ORPUW
8:11 PM - 5 Nov 2014

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