The saying "vote saxon" came from the popular TV show Doctor Who, where an enemy called the Master uses a false identity and subliminal messages to become prime minister of Britain before launching the Earth into chaos with an attack he himself planned. "Vote Saxon" is a term that should be used to refer to voting or being in favor of something without really knowing much about it, and usually has a negative connotation.
Vote Saxon, dude.
by EclipseDragonWing November 02, 2010

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