Voter fraud: always wrong, in all cases?
I've faced it. I can't win up against the comedically formidable Curt Jester. And I can't change which category I've been nominated in (I may have had a shot if I was in Best New Blog or Best Blog By a Canadian Living in North L.A. County)
What I can do is urge you to consider voter fraud, o my droogies. Just tell three of your friends (instructing them to tell three more) and just start pounding out the votes. Become a Seize the Dei voter monkey.
Many Catholic moral thinkers, none of whom have ever been rebuked by a bishop (Richard Gula, Philip Keane, et al), say that your conscience is the supreme norm for morality, that you must consider consequences -- in addition to, you know, vague churchy rules and stuff -- when deciding to act. If the ends are good, baby, how can the means be wrong?
The sad irony is, I never started Seize the Dei to be "funny" per se. So I'm just not equipped to outlaff those blogs devoted to being humorous (at which most succeed very well)
But with your help -- your pledge to boldly cheat to help a total stranger who can't ever compensate or thank you properly -- I will win this thing.