Comedian Sarah Silverman is back with a serious message about the upcoming Presidential elections: everyone is out to screw you over -- and she doesn't say it in such polite language either. "Let My People Vote," is Silverman's newest project, following on from her viral video "The Great Schlep," from 2008. This time, she turns the focus on this year's controversial, Republican-driven Voter ID laws that threaten to disenfranchise almost 21 million Americans. The solution, according to Silverman, is maybe it's time to let Nana get a gun. Or two. An accompanying websitelays out the details of the laws, and why it's imperative that people go out and get an acceptable photo ID, stat. Because as Silverman clearly says: it's "no photo, no voto," this election year. The project is funded by the Jewish Council for Education.