Some Iraqis are now saying that in order to attain their food rations, they had to vote. Inter Press Service:
Ra'ad, 23, said he saw the man who distributed monthly food rations in his district at his polling station. "The food dealer, who I know personally of course, took my name and those of my family who were voting," he said. "Only then did I get my ballot and was allowed to vote."
If this was widespread, what's next? The Running-Water-for-Military-Service program?