Don’t vote, it just encourages the bastards. A saying that is highly beneficial to reactionary interests:
Kentucky’s newly sworn-in Gov. Matt Bevin has issued a series of executive orders undoing much of his Democratic predecessor’s work in one fell swoop.
Not only did Bevin strip the voting rights of some 140,000 former felons, he also reduced the minimum wage for some state employees from $10.10 per hour back to $7.25, Think Progress reported.
Bevin also issued an order that removes county clerks’ names form marriage licenses, which benefits controversial Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who came under fire for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses in defiance of the Supreme Court.