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Flushable literature

Reduce waste
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Many election leaflets are printed on thick, glossy paper (presumably to match the candidates they're promoting).

We suggest that an actual benefit to the voting public could be achieved by requiring all election literature to be printed on soft, quilted two-ply tissue with appropriate perforations, ensuring a quick and cost-effective way of diminishing environmental impact while allowing voters to do by proxy what they greatly desire to do to those standing for election.

8th of 7, May 18 2017

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       Would certainly help to clean up DC. +
whatrock, May 18 2017
  

       There's no science to this, is there?
Ian Tindale, May 18 2017
  

       Madam Chairman I say again the representative from Georgia is a:   

       Soft, quilted two-ply tissue with appropriate perforations, ensuring a quick and cost-effective way of diminishing our citizens.   

       Why just look at his campaign literature!
popbottle, May 18 2017
  

       We used to use last year's telephone directory for this purpose. It was quite common practice where I grew up actually and much better than the wafer thin shiny paper found in some homes that had 'government property' printed on each flimsy sheet. I have to confess that I once deposited a nice turd on an election document, then posted it back (anonymously) in a box to the sender (hated). I no longer even register to vote, but I will vote here where it matters. [+]
xenzag, May 18 2017
  
      
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