74% of Americans Are Hateful, Jim Crow-Loving, Extremist RACISTS!

According to a poll by the Washington Compost (and every Democrat National Socialist who ever uttered a word on the subject):

Yesterday, the Washington Post released a poll which found that 74% of American adults support the idea that voters should show a photo ID prior to voting. Keep in mind, the Post tried to game the results by framing the question as to whether you would support the requirement of an “official, government-issued” ID to vote. The intent of that questioning was to make the requirement seem like some special, extraordinary measure that would make voting harder.

Awww… Isn’t that special?. Even after the Washington Compost’s best efforts to massage the numbers (if by “massage” you mean “being stampeded by a herd of crazed buffalo wearing golf cleats”) they still found that 3/4 of Americans don’t think that it’s particularly “racist” or “onerous” to demand that people show the same kind of ID to vote that they have to show to buy a can of Miller Lite.

No fucking wonder wonder that the liberal fascists have to work through their friends, the “courts”, to block efforts to keep the right to vote meaningful, because if they ever had to rely on public opinion to push their fascist balderdash they’d be well and truly trounced.

Seriously, boys and girls: Do you know anybody who doesn’t have some sort of photo ID? Anybody? Bueller? Then explain to us, please, how it’s “onerous” to require that people show said ID before they vote.

Oh wait, that’s right. Dead people, a voter demographic that is even more reliably Democrat National Socialist than blacks, can’t show photo ID. We got it now.

But while we’re talking about “limiting rights”, how is having our Imperial Vote nullified by a dead person or cartoon character NOT limiting OUR right to vote?

In other news, news that apparently aren’t worthy of wall-to-wall coverage by the Ogabe Steno Pool, the GOP just brought suit against the Attorney General.

Maybe it’s just us, but if somebody brought suit against our Quaestor Sacri Palatii, it would be plastered all over the walls of Rome within five minutes (in very poor Latin too).

And then we’d have him killed, of course. Politely. But that’s beside the point.

Oh, and since we seem to be doing link roundups, that senile old fart Biden was once again allowed to speak in public and, in one sitting, managed to both get the state he was in wrong and tell the crowd, in his inimitably pathetic fake Southern accent, that Romney and the GOP would “put y’all back in chains.” Nice slavery reference, Uncle Hairplugs. And as to the state fuckup, he told the crowd that, with their assistance, they could totally win North Carolina again. It’s unclear how that is supposed to happen since he was speaking to a crowd of Virginians.

But remember: Dan Quayle is the idiot, because he once spelled “potatoes” wrong. Also, he’s a Republican and therefore automatically an idiot no matter what he says.

We have to say that we absolutely adore this “new tone of civility” that the Democrat National Socialists have adopted. It’s a barrel of laughs a minute.

But if you think that’s funny, wait until you hear Der Fubar’s genius Veep “clarify” his words:

“I’m told that when I made that comment earlier today in Danville, Virginia, the Romney campaign put out a tweet. You know, tweets these days?

Yes, we do. The more pertinent question is whether you do or not. And that question is a rhetorical one as well. But you’re excused. They didn’t have tweets when you were a coal miner’s daughter, according to your own autobiographiction.

Put out a tweet, went on the airwaves saying, ‘Biden, he’s outrageous in saying that,’ I think I said instead of ‘unshackled,’ ‘unchained.’ ‘Outrageous to say that.’ That’s what we had.

You’re right, Uncle Choo-Choo. That’s exactly what the outrage was about. You saying that Ryan had talked about “unchaining” the economy instead of “unshackling” it. Except you never talked about “unchaining” anything, did you? Oops. You know, for somebody from a party that hears “dog whistles” everywhere (but only when non-Democrat National Socialists speak), as in “Republican X once said he likes milk in his coffee which is obviously racist code for raping black women (milk is white, coffee is black, get it? Wink wink, nudge nudge, say no MORE!)”, you sure are a very special kind of dumb for not recognizing that saying “putting people back in chains” to a largely black audience ISN’T a “dog whistle.”

Except you’re right. It’s not a “dog whistle”, it’s a fucking KLAXON.

But keep Fluking that racist chicken, Uncle Choo-Choo, you’re only carrying on a proud Democrat tradition, after all, going all the way back to way before the War of Northern Aggression and up to 1964 when you finally realized that the Republicans had you beat on the issue of treating all races equally. Still, we have to hand it to you: You managed to keep racism legal for almost a hundred years even after Appomattox.

You’re nothing if not persistent, we have to give you that.

Thatisall.

34 comments

  1. 1
    Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan growls and barks:

    This will be the first election Pennsylvania has with the new voter ID law. I’m curious to see the returns at the end of the day. Considering Philly is every bit as corrupt as Chicago, maybe even better since they’ve managed to keep it hidden for the most part, I’m thinking the election results will stun quite a few people.

    And could we please get Choo Choo to do more appearances?

  2. 2
    VAconservative growls and barks:

    What is it about my state (Actually, it’s a Commonwealth)?

    Bambi comes here and says we didn’t build it.

    The Veep. the one a Tim Carney column vetted nicely yesterday, comes here and utters total racial nonsense. And I know Danville (drove through there Sunday) is right on the border with North Carolina (my birth state [Fort Bragg]), but the voters usually stay on their respective sides.

  3. 3

    The real racism in the voter ID law is the left’s assertion that blacks will be disenfranchised because they’re too incompetent to be able to get an ID.
    LC 0311 Sir Crunchie I.M.H., K.o.E. recently posted..74% of Americans Are Hateful, Jim Crow-Loving, Extremist RACISTS!My Profile

  4. 4

    ‘Need a Godwin’s Law for racism,, ‘First to mention race is the racist, and either get’s jerked back to the facts by the shorthairs or plonked.

  5. 5
    RDM growls and barks:

    #4;

    I respectfully submit that you have made an erroneous assumption – to whit that they have short hairs to pull. I think there might be a slight lack of purchase to be had there .

  6. 6

    :em05: RDM
    Shouldn’t be hard to amend the rule to address that.
    ‘Ever picked up a bowling ball?

  7. 7
    LibraryGryffon growls and barks:

    I worked the polls yesterday here in Southeastern Connecticut. For a primary the turnout wasn’t bad, the polling station I worked saw 25% of the registered Rs show up and 20% of the Ds. That was partly because the Ds only had one candidate to chose, Murphy vs. Byciwicz (I know I’ve spelled it wrong, but can’t be bothered to look it up). Murphy, the D endorsed candidate won hands down, but I’d vote for him over Susan B any day myself.

    The Rs are sending McMahon into the fray again, God knows why, and I’m sure she’ll lose again, while Shays actually stood a chance, and is at least as “conservative” as McMahon.

    But the point of posting here is that of the 200 voters we had on the R side at least 6 asked us what the big deal some states and the feds had about showing ID was – we get to ask for ID here in CT, and not a single one of the over 400 voters at the site had an issue with it. Interestingly not a single D voter brought the issue up.

  8. 8
    bruce growls and barks:

    here in rhode island the dems always get the dead vote and illegal alien vote which is why republicans can’t win.

  9. 9
    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    OT – wondered if anyone had seen this latest incident of ‘spirited heckling’.

  10. 10
    LibraryGryffon growls and barks:

    Also OT: here is the latest example of the spirited french “youth” of Amiens. Hopefully NOT coming to a town near us….

  11. 11
    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    That does it. I’m calling all the voices that used to be in my head when I worked for the P.O. and registering them.

  12. 12
    DJ Allyn growls and barks:

    Taking out the race component, what would you do about seniors who haven’t driven in decades, and / or are a hundred miles or so away from somewhere they could obtain documentation or photo ID? Would you just shut them out of the process, or find a way to include them?

    I am not against the idea of requiring photo ID in order to vote. I just want to make sure that it is convenient to obtain it.

    Documentation isn’t all that easy to get as I just recently found out. Agencies charged with keeping of documents don’t always have documentation for a lot of older Americans. For example, one of my grandparents died in 1956 in Seattle. There is NO official record anywhere of her death. Not even the Social Security Death index. Same goes for her husband who died in 1942. I have an aunt who was born in Seattle in 1942. There is no record of her birth certificate anywhere. No record of her death in 1949 either. Yet she was born and died here and shows up in all of the censuses.

    The point is, for a lot of these older people, documentation is a patchwork of holes. Not all of it made it through the years. What do we do about those people who ARE citizens, who may have fought for their country in WWII or Korea, but are without proper documentation to obtain identification now that they are past the time of really needing it?

    Would you deny THEIR right to vote?

    I don’t see why when you register to vote, the REGISTRAR doesn’t give you photo ID, or at least just takes your picture when you register. Up until now, all that has been required is a comparison of your signature — something that has been done since the beginning.

    But if it is a photo you require in order to verify a person’s identity, then great — take a photo.

    But it should be a burden of the STATE, not the burden of the citizen.

  13. 13
    bruce growls and barks:

    i worked for the p o,sued them and won a big settlement!!! :em05:

  14. 14
    bruce growls and barks:

    dj i am sure that old people can get photo id,s some where and i am sure that get out the vote organizations like acorn will help even if they are dead.

  15. 15
    LibraryGryffon growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn @ #: Using the lack of documentation for people who all died over 50 years ago to prove that people still alive have no ability to get any sort of ID is not very effective.

    I don’t think it is possible to have lived in this country from 1950 to 2010 without having to get some sort of government documentation admitting to your existence and legality to live here. To have lived from 1950 to 2010 without any sort of government ID, whether a re-created birth certificate (something I saw done in Ireland because one of the central record depositories had burnt down in the 20s), a social security card, or a driver’s license would actually take work, and the sort of person who would do that is the sort of person who usually has no interest in voting.

    I’m sure that for the extremely rare cases where someone has managed to live in the country, work, pay taxes, etc., and can’t get an ID, something could be worked out. I.e., you are 75, you have a SSN, and you can be found in the census going back to 1940, but you don’t have a birth cert, we’ll grandfather you in, and get you your iD. But to assume because nationwide there may be a few hundred cases like this, (because I can’t believe that there are any 20 yos who can’t get ID) that we can’t ask anyone to prove that they are allowed to vote is to allow a number of citizens magnitudes greater to be disenfrachised by having their votes negated by the ACORN-registered illegals, felons, duplicates, and zombies.

  16. 16

    DJ Allyn says:

    But if it is a photo you require in order to verify a person’s identity, then great — take a photo.

    But it should be a burden of the STATE, not the burden of the citizen.

    My mom is 87 years old and still holds a valid state ID from the state of Colorado. She needs it for meds and stuff….so the argument that seniors don’t have ID’s is another of the democrat scare tactics. Regarding the “burden” of the citizen to acquire ID, it is only one of the “burdens” that we must bear…..suck it up, if you want to vote as a citizen of this country then act like one, this country owes you nothing.

  17. 17
    LC Gunsniper growls and barks:

    Taking out the race component, what would you do about seniors who haven’t driven in decades, and / or are a hundred miles or so away from somewhere they could obtain documentation or photo ID? Would you just shut them out of the process, or find a way to include them?

    I did. My mother never had driven a car in her life and didn’t have a license or ID. I took her down to the DMV, helped her navigate the bureaucratic mess and got her an ID so she could vote (in Pennsylvania).

    Of course that’s not the real issue in the Voter ID debate. The antis don’t want any kind of Voter ID because it would make cheating and ballot box stuffing significantly harder.

  18. 18
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:

    “this country owes you nothing.”

    Shouldn’t that be the other way around? You owe the country nothing beyond what you choose to freely give. The country owes you pretty much everything; it just has no right to take from any other citizen to provide to you individually, beyond what it provides equally to all – i.e., the common defense, etc.

  19. 19
    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn @ #12:

    Since you can’t use your own credit card in a grocery store without a picture ID, the issue becomes more about whether or not we as a people hold the process of voting to be at least as important as that of limiting identity theft, or buying alcohol. I am comfortable with that.

    If you want something to be convenient, then you will have to get the government out of it. As it stands now, no one looks forward to a visit to the drivers license bureau, but we all do it because we value the privileges conferred upon us by the little plastic card that results. So should we all, as Americans, value our voting process as well.

    Time to discard the damning language of diminished expectations of others around us. Life presents obstacles and challenges to each of us as we attempt to obtain what we are after, whether material, spiritual or intellectual. It is supposed to do that, it is ESSENTIAL that it do that, because the desire, the drive, the act of overcoming is what makes us truly and completely human.

    If, in our democracy, the act of voting is important, and the public trust in the process must be maintained at a high level, then we must absolutely move toward a requirement to prove one’s identity in order to exercise the right.

  20. 20
    Cougar1978 growls and barks:

    I had a 97 year old great grandma who still had ID, and voted before she went to The Lord. Don’t give me that, an ID is bigoted and a means of keeping good people from voting, shit! No ID, no vote!

    And tough steaming shit to whomever thinks we’re gonna tow their line. RINOs, this goes for you two!

    And lemme add an offensive comment, just to get a few libs stirred. Had we known this trouble would be building, would we go back in time and tell the Jamestown and other settlers- Pick your own damn cotton and tobacco?

  21. 21
    LC R6 growls and barks:

    who may have fought for their country in WWII or Korea

    There’s your documentation right there. Face it libtard. You fuckweasels just want your illegals and dead people to vote and your legal voters to vote and vote often.

    :em07:

  22. 22

    DJ Allyn says:

    Would you deny THEIR right to vote?

    Who’s denying any citizen anything?
    We’re denying the deceased, foreign and multi-voters a right jealously reserved for Americans.

  23. 23
    LC Proud Infidel growls and barks:

    *DUUHHHH*, Excuuuse me, but don’t these “Poooor disenfranchised poor people” have to show a photo ID to apply for welfare, food stamps, public housing,…… And it’s “Waaayyyciiist” to make them show a Photo ID to vote? GIMME A DAMNED BREAK!! Just look at Chicago, where 10 out of every 9 dead people, illegal aliens, and pets vote demo-rat in EVERY election, look at every major city in the USA that keeps electing liberal demo-rats and tell me how Voter ID laws are wrong, it’s like saying Gun Control Laws are an effective crime deterrent, and we all know the opposite is true!! :em07:

  24. 24
    DJ Allyn growls and barks:

    bruce says:

    dj i am sure that old people can get photo id,s some where and i am sure that get out the vote organizations like acorn will help even if they are dead.

    You obviously haven’t been around some elderly people in nursing homes or assisted care facilities. My father, who just turned 100 last month hasn’t driven a car in twelve years. He doesn’t get out much any more and really has no need for photo ID.

    Banks in most states will no longer take state issued photo ID unless it is a drivers license. Why? Because state ID is too easy to get, and isn’t closely scrutinized for accuracy. ID thieves have pretty much fucked this up. It takes a lot more to get a driver’s license and because the states keep driving records, the photos are used for comparison.

    LC R6 says:

    There’s your documentation right there. Face it libtard. You fuckweasels just want your illegals and dead people to vote and your legal voters to vote and vote often.

    What is, a DD-214? How is THAT going to get someone a driver’s license who is too old to drive? For that matter, what stops me from printing up YOUR DD-214 and becoming YOU?

    You people never think too far ahead for the legitimate problems that happen. You only look at life from YOUR narrow perspective and never see things from other vantage points. There HAVE been elderly people turned away at the polls due to the new voter ID laws — for exactly the reasons I have given here.

    Like I said, I don’t have ANY problem with requiring photo ID, as long as you don’t make it impossible for some people to get it. And really, this is THE ONLY reason why these voter ID laws are being put into place — to suppress voting.

    There isn’t a problem with VOTER fraud, but there IS a serious problem with ELECTION fraud. If you are too stupid to know the difference, then there is no reason to explain it to you. I am not a Jerk Whisperer.

  25. 25
    Mike M growls and barks:

    Not trying to change the subject here or anything, but is anybody seeing anything on domestic terrorist and all-around hater Floyd Corkins, the pot-bellied, skinhead extremist who shot up that abortion outreach center in DC? Can’t seem to find much about it in the news except for this quick blurb on Drudge.

    Also, here’s where you can find out just how onerous it is to get a government-issued ID card in your state…

    State Identification Cards

  26. 26
    Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn @ #:

    I’m not sure how other states do it, but her in Pennsylvania we have a card called a non-driver ID. It is the exact same card as a drivers license, you get it at the DMV. Catch a DUI, not a problem….. get a non driver ID. Hell I’ve had one for years just in case my wallet gets stolen I still have a valid photo ID. (Some folks look at you strange when you try to use the CCW card)

    This is not that big a deal…..

  27. 27
    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Delta J the Insistent caviled:

    Banks in most states will no longer take state issued photo ID unless it is a drivers license.

    News to me. Anyway I didn’t have one till within the past two years. So far it’s gotten me by at the liquor store. :em01:

  28. 28
    Draven32 growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn says:

    Taking out the race component, what would you do about seniors who haven’t driven in decades, and / or are a hundred miles or so away from somewhere they could obtain documentation or photo ID? Would you just shut them out of the process, or find a way to include them?
    I am not against the idea of requiring photo ID in order to vote. I just want to make sure that it is convenient to obtain it.

    Deej.

    do you know how many cities and states you can be arrested for vagrancy in for not having photo ID? (I know you can in Richmond, VA specifically)

  29. 29

    DJ Allyn says:

    There isn’t a problem with VOTER fraud, but there IS a serious problem with ELECTION fraud. If you are too stupid to know the difference, then there is no reason to explain it to you. I am not a Jerk Whisperer.

    Each facilitate the other to the same felonious end. Individually and together, they are both crimes which enable even larger crimes.
    Inability to understand that is no measure of smarts unless you’re a liberal. Liberals revere compartmentalized assessments that ignore the bigger picture. ‘No better example than this.
    No one’s ever accused you of whispering, Deej.

  30. 30
    LibraryGryffon growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn @ #: A birth certificate really doesn’t prove much either, since it isn’t a photo ID, and even if it was, most of us don’t look much like it within a few weeks.

    There is no perfect system, but we seem to be letting the perfect be the enemy of the good in this instance.

    And as far as I know, if someone had showed us an expired driver’s license at the polls it still would have counted, since we’re not using it for driving, just as a gov’t issued piece of paper (OK, laminate) with the holder’s name and photo on it. There is nothing in the poll worker training telling us to check for expiration dates. So a senior who can’t drive an more could have showed us a 15yo license and as long as the picture looked like him/her, that would have been adequate proof of who he/she was.

  31. 31
    Alan K. Henderson growls and barks:

    Keep in mind, the Post tried to game the results by framing the question as to whether you would support the requirement of an “official, government-issued” ID to vote.

    Um, what is a verifiable form of ID issued by some entity other than the government?

  32. 32
    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    Responding Wednesday to another round of inquiries to the Justice Department’s crusade to stop states like Florida requiring voters to produce state-issued identification in order to vote, Attorney General Eric Holder stated to the Senate Judiciary Committee that some ethnic groups in the U.S. were
    “simply biologically incapable” of obtaining government issued IDs, and declared that requiring all voters provide IDs to vote would be “discriminatory.”

    Isn’t that the pot calling the kettle black ?? :em05:

  33. 33
    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    I read earlier today where the 93 year old lead plaintiff in the case brought against voter ID laws in Pennsylvania got her ID card.

    Wait for it…..

    BWAAA HAAA HAAAA HAAAA HAAAAA HAAA HA!

    Bad news for the prevaricating pimps of progressivism; the demented defrauders of democracy; the handwringing harlots of hatred; the evil ejaculators of envy.


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