Oh, and About the Legitimacy of the Election?

Listen, we know that a bunch of “important” voices on the right are tripping over themselves to avoid even as much as hinting at there possibly having been some shenanigans going on because, you know, let’s not be “crazy” here and let’s all be gracious losers and blah, blah, flippity-blech.

You know what they say about nice guys and their usual placement in a race? Yes, you do.

And we have to admit that there is an amazing correlation between the level of “nicety” on the part of the GOP and their losses. The “nicer” they get, the more likely they are to lose. Funny, that, but that’s not what we’re talking about.

What we’re talking about is that when every single traditional indicator of who’s going to win a close election, turnout, enthusiasm, economic indicators, incumbency, independent break, you name it, happen to point in the wrong direction, you have to at least lift an eyebrow. We’re not talking about just one or two of them, there IS a first time for everything, and there’s a reason why we call them “indicators” and not “indisputable predictors”, that reason being a correlation less than 100%, known to us math geeks as “certainty.”

But for ALL of them to be wrong? At the same time? Give us a break.

The wet panty “pragmatists” on the alleged Right can howl and moan about how this proves that this entire nation made a giant leap to the left in a few years where previous shifts have taken decades all they want, but we’re not buying any of it.

But that’s a minor factor, really, although it IS one that cannot be discounted. It ought to make you at least sit up and pay attention, but that won’t buy you a gig at a paying website or a guest appearance on a major network and, alas, a lot of “conservatives” are still whores, they’re just bickering about the price.

No, what really got His Majesty’s attention is the sheer number of districts in the country that had a turnout of 100% and, in some cases, even more than that. If you had a brain, you would know that a turnout of above 100% is automatic proof of fraud, but then again, that would require that you knew math. To those of us who count chemistry among our specialties, that’s as absurd as reporting a negative concentration of something, meaning “less than nothing is in there.” Turnout of above 100% means “more than everything is in there.”

If you can’t immediately see how that makes less than no sense, then kindly go away and kill yourselves, because you’re too fucking dumb to be stealing oxygen from lifeforms more useful to mankind. Such as bacteria.

But let’s be kind here and say that those 100%+ turnouts were just due to innocent errors in math, paperwork errors, counting errors, you name it errors. We’re going beyond reasonable here to even accept that because we’re already past the point where logic has said “fuck it all, I’m going on a bender for the next four years with a giant LSD-covered dildo up my arse.”

On a national level, we can usually, if it’s a really contentious election year, get up to what, 30% participation? Granted, there are areas where people are more fired up than in other areas, but we’d like to posit here that you couldn’t get even 100% turnout in the middle of an inner city slum if you announced a block party with all you can eat and drink and free performances by the top ten artists on Billboard’s Top 50.

Yet we’re supposed to believe that this happened just because of an election with an incompetent clownshit like the BlightBringer on the ticket who has accomplished absolutely NOTHING in four years AND that all of those suddenly invigorated voters all, or almost all of them, it’s between 99 and 100%, voted for that one candidate?

Seriously?

Don’t even bother trying to argue your case there, because you’ll only make yourselves look even sillier.

We get it, fellow conservatives, true ones and not quite so true ones, you don’t want to be “sore losers” and, more importantly, you don’t want to lose your faith in our electoral system because if we can’t even trust our elections, then what’s left? We get it. We don’t like it either. Nobody likes to face unpleasant truths, no matter how true they are, but the only thing you get out of refusing to accept reality is that you’ll find reality’s 6 inch wide barbed wire cock buried so far up your rectum that your tonsils are burning.

Could Hugo Chavez Ogabe had won in a fair election? Maybe, we don’t know. We don’t think so, but that doesn’t give us any sort of proof that he couldn’t have.

We just don’t know, and we won’t ever know now, so that’s irrelevant now.

What we DO know is that nothing matters until we’ve found a way to fix our election system so it can’t be tampered with. No amount of Kristol/Rove/Frum pandering is going to help us there because we’ll just face more of the same, so we have to fix that. And if we can’t fix that, if nobody can come up with the courage to acknowledge that problem and propose a solution that will fix it fairly, then we’re left with this:

The ballot box is broken, which leaves us with only one box left.

We don’t want that, nobody wants that, but it’s the brutal truth. We can either face it or ignore it and be buried.

If it comes to that, then remember your oath. But let’s try to do everything we can to avoid it coming to that, because it won’t be pretty.

We know where we’ll be if that’s the case. Dead, most likely, but with an honor guard. But we don’t much cherish the thought of being dead, so we’d much prefer to go the other route. But if nobody else wants to, then so be it.

The only thing worse than being dead is being dishonored.

Thatisall.

50 comments

  1. 1
    Pockmark growls and barks:

    Umm, when you say 100% turn out, do you mean 100% of the vote? Or 100% of registered voters actually went to the polls and all voted for Obama. Because those are two very different things. And some websites aren’t wording things very carefully.

    Take this one. It’s talking about how no one who voted, voted for Romney. Which, again, is different than everyone who can vote coming out to vote for Obama.

    But maybe it’s not a good example, it’s not written very well. In one paragraph it both claims that Obama got 100% of the vote, and that Gary Johnston got more than Romney. Weird.

  2. 2
    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    In addition to the link above, there were quite a few precincts in Philly where the same odd occurrence happened. Out of thousands of votes cast not one was for Romney. Allowing for any number of fuck-ups the logical person would deduce that something is seriously amiss here.

    What we’re of course hearing from the left is ‘well that happens on both sides”. I for one am fucking sick to the point of a pathological impulse for violence of our side being accused of massive, generational voter fraud. If it’s true it’s damned amazing that NONE of it has been reported by the MSM and if there was even a whiff, they’d be on it like a crack whore on a strap of $50s.

    If there is anything in the world of politics that makes me totally insane is abject voting fraud. The fucking Commiecrats have made it into an art form, yet election after election it happens with one or two of the bastards actually charged with it, compared to the obvious hundreds (if not more) actually doing it.

    In this election a careful review of the fact that a shift in just a very, very few counties could have a massive impact on the outcome courtesy of our (mostly) winner take all electoral college. This is the election we should go ‘all-in’ to bring this up and keep on bringing it up until somebody notices. It’s a fucking travesty that the federal agency with authority (DoJ) cannot in any way be counted on helping. Those cocksucking NBP goons should have been arrested and charged post-haste, but nooooo. If that racist bastard HoldingObama’sNutSack can’t be bothered when the goons are carrying weapons, why should we expect any different now when all they have is clearly marked uniforms and menacing eyeballs on the voters showing up?

    PS-I recommend when the necktie parties start those important voices are the first, ummm volunteers and they get wire instead of good old hemp. I”m sick of our side fucking us as much (or more) than the enemy.
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  3. 3
    LC_Salgak growls and barks:

    Another interesting piece in the news. An analysis of the demographic breakdown of the two major parties by group.

    One Party “looks like America”. One doesn’t. And here’s the surprise: the party that DOESN’T look like America. . . . is the Democrats.

    So let’s stop passing the BS about being on the losing side of a “Demographic Wave”. We just got out-organized, and Emperor Bathhouse’s strategy of targeting low-information voters WORKED amazingly well. . .add to that the obvious election fraud, and we know what to watch for, now. . . .

    The data:


    http://frontpagemag.com/2012/dgreenfield/one-graph-that-shows-which-party-really-looks-like-america/

  4. 4
    Anthony L. growls and barks:

    1. No more early voting. Election day is election day, period.
    2. Absentee ballots are ONLY for those who will be absent from their home districts on election day.
    3. A government issued ID will be necessary to vote, no exceptions, no provisional ballots.
    4. No same day registration, no motor, welfare, etc. etc voter registration. Voters must present government ID to register.
    5. The secretaries of the several states will be required to purge voter records every four years of every person who did not vote, registered or not. If you did not vote, you must register again to exercise your franchise.
    6. Poll workers will be registered with the attorneys general of their states, and subject to background checks to ascertain their suitability for service.
    7. No signs, literature, or loitering will be allowed within 500′ of a polling place. Violaters will be subject to immediate arrest.
    8. All votes will be cast on paper, and counted by hand. Ballots will be approved and printed 30 days before election. All ballots will be numbered, and must agree with the number of votes cast. If they do not, all ballots will become provisional until the discrepancy can be accounted for, and their validity ascertained.
    9. Violations of these regulations will carry heavy penalties, including mandatory prison time for those accountable. By accountable, I mean the bosses AND the workers.

    I do understand that the States elect presidents, and are responsible for their own elections, but for serious change to be made, the discussion must be started. I believe these rules are a good place to start.

  5. 5
    BigDogg growls and barks:

    The ballot box is broken, which leaves us with only one box left.

    Why is nobody ready or willing to accept this as fact? Granted … it IS an unpleasant reality, but the continual state of denial that some people are in is pathetic. Our candidates are hand picked for us … regardless of whether we really want them or not. A state of the Union that should’ve resulted in impeachment instead yields re-election.

    The simple fact of the matter is that the sheep are quite happy taking the risk of inviting the wolf in to graze among them, and they’ve been giving the sheepdogs the finger – with increasing intensity – for years now. Each of them believes that the wolf will not take them, but a fatter sheep instead … and then, being sated, simply retreat and leave the rest of them with more food and more space.

    It’s time for the dogs to move to the hilltop, watch the slaughter, and wait for the stampede of the remaining sheep up the hill to take cover behind us … at which point we collectively hike our legs, empty our bladders, and move to another hill.

    Fuck ‘em … fuck ‘em all …

  6. 6
    Bones growls and barks:

    Anthony, close and I mostly agree. I would change that all registrar’s purge the voter rolls every 2 years, whether you voted or not. This could also be shortened to every year, and have CITIZENS prove (with a valid ID) that they live in the district and re-register to vote. This would remove a lot of Mickey mouse, Juan and Juanita, shanika’s etc. that magically “appear” via Acorn (or their subsidaries). This would also allow an accurate count of participation and validatable counts for votes, something that we do not have with electronic vating machines that do not print out a ballot showing how the vote was tabulated.

  7. 7
    LC Xealot growls and barks:

    Pockmark says:

    Umm, when you say 100% turn out, do you mean 100% of the vote? Or 100% of registered voters actually went to the polls and all voted for Obama. Because those are two very different things. And some websites aren’t wording things very carefully.
    Take this one. It’s talking about how no one who voted, voted for Romney. Which, again, is different than everyone who can vote coming out to vote for Obama.
    But maybe it’s not a good example, it’s not written very well. In one paragraph it both claims that Obama got 100% of the vote, and that Gary Johnston got more than Romney. Weird.

    As I understand it, both of these things happened.

    1. There were some precincts in which 100% of registered voters voted.
    2. There were other precincts in which a large percentage (70% or more) voted, and they voted 99% or 100% for Obama.
    3. Furthermore, some precincts had vote tallies that exceeded the number of registered voters, and in one extreme example, actually exceeded the POPULATION.

    What all of these have in common is that they are extremely Democrat-heavy areas.

    I won’t come out and say this means that there MUST have been voter fraud. Incompetency can be just as bad as outright fraud. But I will say it’s suspicious and should be looked at in more detail.

  8. 8
    Mark12A growls and barks:

    Fuck it.

    Lock and load.

    Obama has stolen our country. Patriots need to take it the fuck back.

  9. 9
    LC Xealot growls and barks:

    Mark12A says:

    Fuck it.
    Lock and load.
    Obama has stolen our country. Patriots need to take it the fuck back.

    That’s truth. Either it was stolen through electoral means, or stolen by outright bribing the citizenry. Either way, it cannot stand.

  10. 10
    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    In the coming civil war, it is imperative that people remember that our establishment media figures are all active combatants.

  11. 11
    Sentry growls and barks:

    Up here, the voting process is pretty simple. We receive a slip of paper with the candidates’ names and party affiliation. With a pencil, we mark an X in the circle beside our choice, fold it up and hand it over. Now the interesting thing is that while there are provisions for dealing with destroyed, mismarked or otherwise tampered ballots, a friend once ground the election in his riding to a screeching halt by eating his ballot. Turns out, there’s no provision for that.

    We also suffered through eleven years of a criminal and criminally incompetent government. We got through it. They gave us a national long gun registry to make people in the cities feel better about the gang members shooting up the malls. The current government actually got rid of it. Imagine that, deleting a government program. We got through a rough patch, you will too.

    For me, the best way to reform your electoral process is the same method I’ve been advocating for up here: Earned Franchise. There is no good reason why the vote of some welfare case, mental defective or other parasite should be worth as much as a person working and contributing to the good of the country. There’s even an argument the leftards can’t dispute: There’s no way the Founding Fathers conceived of a nation with over half of the population being provided for by the government. If they had, there can be no doubt that universal franchise would be nothing more than a wacky concept.

  12. 12
    DJ Allyn growls and barks:

    What we’re talking about is that when every single traditional indicator of who’s going to win a close election, turnout, enthusiasm, economic indicators, incumbency, independent break, you name it, happen to point in the wrong direction, you have to at least lift an eyebrow. We’re not talking about just one or two of them, there IS a first time for everything, and there’s a reason why we call them “indicators” and not “indisputable predictors”, that reason being a correlation less than 100%, known to us math geeks as “certainty.”

    Seriously, Misha? “Traditional indicator”?

    You completely ignored most polls, in favor of only those polls that told you what you wanted to hear. MOST polls never had Romney above Obama in the Electoral College. In the “battleground states”, Obama had most of them from day one.

    I know you hate to hear this, but Nate Silver DID have this thing predicted all the way down the line. So were several other sites with Electoral Map predictions.

    The media — who made out like fucking bandits with the $ Billions in political advertising during the election had a vested interest in reporting how “close” this election was. It was never really close — and virtually every other GOP presidential candidate along with Karl Rove and Rush Limbaugh predicted early on that if Mitt Romney became the GOP nominee it would guarantee Obama’s re-election. Even I told you that.

    The problem was that you chose to listen to FOX News and Rush Limbaugh. (Has Dick Morris ever been right about anything?) You bought into the meme that most of the polls were wrong, so you had to follow polls like “unskewed polls) and Rassmussen because they weren’t “weighted” with Democrats.

    Wake up call: there are more Democrats than there are Republicans these days. Why? Because of the purity purges, your party has pretty much alienated everyone but a few.

    As far as that “enthusiasm” goes, I seem to recall that both Gore and Kerry had their “enthusiasm” also — and they lost.

    I am going to tell you the same thing you told me back in 2004 — “Get over it”. You lost.

    I know it sucks for you — especially with that strong case of “Obama Derangement Syndrome” thing you have going on. Gee, it isn’t as if I haven’t been there myself. I recall that we used pretty much the same words and phrases that you are using now, like “criminal”, “dictator”, “stolen elections” etc. — the same things you guys used to ridicule ME for back then.
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  13. 13
    Duke Wayne growls and barks:

    I don’t know DJ, Romney had a lot more yard signs then Barry did. Something fishy is going on. :em03:

  14. 14
    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    The “Republican” election commissioners and judges in all the cities are Democrats. Republicans lose because they know this and won’t do a damn thing about it. They have their enclaves. The Republican party is Their CLUB. They’re like the Cavaliers who surrounded Charles I. Remember what happened to Him? The only difference is that the axe of execution is now wielded by the worst type of lowlife on this planet.

  15. 15
    LC Xealot growls and barks:

    Sad fact is, I’m going to have to partly agree with DJ (wow, that’s a first, huh?). A lot of polls DID show Obama leading. There ARE more Democrats than Republicans in this country, I can go to any statistical site and verify this. In fact, it’s worse than we often think. Sperlings has it at about 53% Democrat and 46% Republican. More Democrats stayed home this election cycle than Republicans, which is the only reason this election was even moderately close.

    That said, I also think that there is a definite tendency for Democrats to resort to playing dirty politics and fraud. They accuse Republicans of this all the time, but it seems to me that’s a case of projection. I think the election results are a combination of both factors (more Democrats, more fraud). And on top of that, I don’t think this is a systemic attempt to commit fraud on a national level, it seems to me that it was simply a case of -individual- Democrats wanting to do anything to get Ear Leader reelected. There doesn’t have to be some kind of conspiracy for some asshat poll worker to decide that Romney is Capitalist Reactionary, or whatever, and start stuffing ballots like a fat kid stuffs down twinkies. Or for some idiot to go vote in multiple counties. Many Democrats admitted this, publicly, on blogs and twitter feeds all over. Of course, we will never know how many were truthful accounts, but still… Leftists will do anything to protect their gravy train.

  16. 16
    Duke Wayne growls and barks:

    Its so unfair!

  17. 17
    LC_Salgak growls and barks:

    HempRopeAndStreetlight says:

    In the coming civil war, it is imperative that people remember that our establishment media figures are all active combatants.

    Somebody has been reading Matt Bracken. . . .


    “If the media lies, the media dies.
    You take a side, you’re along for the ride.
    A traitor in front of a camera is still just a traitor.”

  18. 18
    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    LC_Salgak @ #:

    One could find worse reading material out there :em01:

  19. 19
    LC Xealot growls and barks:

    Duke Wayne says:

    Its so unfair!

    It sure is. It’s quite unfair that we have to put up with your trolling.

  20. 20
    Pockmark growls and barks:

    LC Xealot says:

    As I understand it, both of these things happened.

    1. There were some precincts in which 100% of registered voters voted.
    2. There were other precincts in which a large percentage (70% or more) voted, and they voted 99% or 100% for Obama.
    3. Furthermore, some precincts had vote tallies that exceeded the number of registered voters, and in one extreme example, actually exceeded the POPULATION.

    What all of these have in common is that they are extremely Democrat-heavy areas.

    I won’t come out and say this means that there MUST have been voter fraud. Incompetency can be just as bad as outright fraud. But I will say it’s suspicious and should be looked at in more detail.

    Well, you must be reading things I missed, because as I understand it, only the second thing happened. Maybe you could provide some links?

  21. 21
    djmoore growls and barks:

    LC_Salgak @ #:

    Thank you so much for the Matt Bracken link. I saw this a few weeks ago, and then lost the tab.

    There is no more important message for us to get out right now:

    The media has picked sides. They must understand that puts them in the cross hairs.

  22. 22
    VonZorch Imperial Researcher growls and barks:

    Anthony L. @ #:4
    Make #9 public execution and I’ll agree to that. :em01:
    And add Voter registration must be done in person.
    If you will recall I predicted this here, Sometimes I hate being right. :em08:

  23. 23
    tweell growls and barks:

    There were obvious shenanigans going on, and most of them were Democrat shenanigans, but Romney still lost. They manufactured a lot of votes and threw some Romney votes away, but not 2.5 million of them.

    The cheating was to make sure that Obama won, because they weren’t certain that he would do so otherwise. The battleground states all had areas where Democrat math was used, where illegals, repeaters and outright ballot box stuffing was employed. I don’t believe that it was 2.5 million worth, perhaps 10% of that number were falsified.

    Of course, since Obama won, the election ‘irregularities’ won’t be investigated. We’ve seen that already.

  24. 24
    DJ Allyn growls and barks:

    LC Spare Parts says:

    The “Republican” election commissioners and judges in all the cities are Democrats. Republicans lose because they know this and won’t do a damn thing about it. They have their enclaves. The Republican party is Their CLUB. They’re like the Cavaliers who surrounded Charles I. Remember what happened to Him? The only difference is that the axe of execution is now wielded by the worst type of lowlife on this planet.

    News Flash: Metropolitan areas are predominately Democratic, and rural areas tend to be Conservative. Hence the reason why you can glance at an electoral map of the country and see a sea of red in a larger geographic area than blue.

    LC Xealot says:

    Sad fact is, I’m going to have to partly agree with DJ (wow, that’s a first, huh?). A lot of polls DID show Obama leading. There ARE more Democrats than Republicans in this country, I can go to any statistical site and verify this. In fact, it’s worse than we often think. Sperlings has it at about 53% Democrat and 46% Republican. More Democrats stayed home this election cycle than Republicans, which is the only reason this election was even moderately close.

    (now I am going to have to take a cold shower) :em05:

    Yeah, more Democrats did stay home this time because a lot of them are still kinda pissed at Obama — for exactly the opposite reasons that most of you are. They feel he let them down by somehow pretending to be more Progressive than he actually is. He is anything BUT Progressive. He isn’t “Communist”, “Marxist”, “Socialist” or any of the other denigrating labels you all like to use in describing the guy. If anything, he is Republican Lite — at least along the lines of a Nixon or an Ike.

    Progressives wanted him to immediately get us out of Iraq and Afghanistan, instead he doubled-down on Afghanistan. They wanted “Single Payer Health care” or at the very least a “Government Option” and he delivered neither. (instead, he adopted a health care plan that had been designed and pushed by Republicans back during “HillaryCare”.) They are pissed because they say he caved on the tax cuts, caved on the stimulus, and continued to cave on other Republican demands during his first term. At least these are their complaints, and this is why a good number of them stayed home.

    Personally, I think that they only heard what they wanted to hear during his first campaign, and he NEVER promised a lot of what they expected.

    As far as “close”, Obama got 332 Electoral votes to Romney’s 206. That is hardly “close”. In fact, if you listened to Rush Limbaugh’s prediction the day before the election, he said Romney was going to “win big” with over 320 Electoral votes — based on a University of Colorado analysis that “hasn’t missed since 1980. (of course there are other phenomenon that has “predicted” presidential results and the length of winter based on who wins football games or what rodent is scared of their shadow)

    The funny thing now is that if Romney won with 320 Electoral votes, that would have been “BIG”. But Obama won with 326 Electoral votes and that is “close”.

    I remember in 2004 Bush won with 286 Electoral votes to Kerry’s 251. Bush declared a “mandate” and that he had “political capital” that he intended to spend. (of course he blew it all on his folly to privatize Social Security and fell flat on his face) Obama won by a MUCH larger margin and yet you consider this “close”.

    I really love the supposed reasons that Obama won this time. Paul Ryan said it was because of the “urban vote”. Others have claimed that it was because of diversity. Republicans just can’t seem to come to grips with the real reason — Obama won because they didn’t like what Republicans were peddling.

    LC Xealot says:

    That said, I also think that there is a definite tendency for Democrats to resort to playing dirty politics and fraud.

    And how was that? The “dirty” politics tends to happen on both sides, and in this last one, from OUTside also. Then you have the some of the states that tried to pass voter suppression laws couched in “voter ID” in order to make it harder for some Democratic voters to cast votes. Early voting was shortened in order to create longer lines in predominately Democratic areas to discourage people from wanting to wait up to six hours or more in line to vote. There was the Secretary of State of Ohio that purposely kept trying to skirt several federal court rulings, and Rick Scott in Floriduh who continued to try and scrub voting rolls after several courts ordered him not to. (not so much because there were MANY mistakes being made, but because he waited until after a deadline to do so in order to make it hard for someone to challenge the purge. I could go on if you want.
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  25. 25
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Anthony L. @ #:

    “All ballots will be numbered, and must agree with the number of votes cast. If they do not, all ballots will become provisional until the discrepancy can be accounted for, and their validity ascertained.”

    Good ideas overall, but this one gives the SEIU types an easy out. They just sneak a couple bogus ballots into heavily R precints and render the R votes provisional.

  26. 26
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    djmoore @ #:

    “The media has picked sides. They must understand that puts them in the cross hairs.”

    They picked sides a long time ago, and they don’t fear the crosshairs because they know, not think, know that no one on the Right will ever pull the trigger. The hard Left has taken the measure of the Right and found it sorely lacking. Simply put, there is nothing in their experience (at least here in the US) that would ever lead them to believe that the Right would ever do that.

    That’s the thing about violence – to maintain a credible threat of it, you actually have to resort to it once in a while. If you don’t, everyone realizes that it’s all talk.

    It’s a tough balance, though. Go violent too often, and you’re a psychopath that must be put down. Don’t use it enough, and you’re just a blowhard who can be safely ignored. There is a sweet spot though – where you’re just violent enough that everyone has to respect the fact that you might just decide that today is their day.

  27. 27
    LuckyLeo growls and barks:

    Okay, but do anyone remember all of the other data beside the polls:

    In June 2012, Scott Walker was up for a recall election as the Republican governor of Wisconsin. And he won hands down! The margin was 53% to 46%.

    So in a five months, Wisconsin voted in Obama as far as the popular vote is concerned. Really? Well, okay things change in 5 months…

    By the way, anyone remember when an endorsement from Obama was a kiss of death for any and all Democratic candidates back in 2010? But now, in two years, he became so much more popular with economy doing so much better and gas prices were so reasonable.

    But you know, people just keep being reasonable about this. For fuck sakes, Democrats (especially CHICAGO Democrats) have a history of voter fraud — well documented. But people want to accept that 3 million nameless and faceless and supposedly moronic “Americans” just voted back in the most failed president in our history.

    I have a little more faith the average American than that. Call me silly, but I do think we’ve fallen that far — yet. Maybe in two more election cycles. Heck, maybe just one more. But no, there have been a HUGE anti-Obama sentiment across this country for the last 2 years.

    The wet panty “pragmatists” on the alleged Right can howl and moan about how this proves that this entire nation made a giant leap to the left in a few years where previous shifts have taken decades all they want, but we’re not buying any of it.

    I second that!

  28. 28
    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    Looks like the zombies are getting what they want. Hostess to Liquidate if Strikes Impede Normal Operations Past 5 p.m., EST, Thursday

    Irving, TX – November 14, 2012 – Hostess Brands Inc. announced today that it will file a motion with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Friday to liquidate the entire Company if enough striking employees do not return to work by 5 p.m., EST, Thursday to enable the Company to resume normal operations. The strikes were called on November 9 by the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union (BCTGM).

    “We simply do not have the financial resources to survive an ongoing national strike,” said Gregory F. Rayburn, the Company’s Chairman and CEO. “Therefore, if sufficient employees do not return to work by 5 p.m., EST, on Thursday to restore normal operations, we will be forced to immediately move to liquidate the entire Company, which will result in the loss of nearly 18,000 jobs. It is now up to Hostess’ BCTGM represented employees and Frank Hurt, their international president, to decide if they want to call off the strike and save this Company, or cause massive financial harm to thousands of employees and their families.”

    Hostess has done everything in its power to pursue a reorganization of its business as a going concern, including spending the better part of 18 months negotiating with its key constituents to obtain a consensual agreement. As previously disclosed, the Company has obtained the support of its largest union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and its lenders. With the support of the BCTGM, Hostess believes it would successfully reorganize.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    LuckyLeo @ #:

    By the way, anyone remember when an endorsement from Obama was a kiss of death for any and all Democratic candidates back in 2010? But now, in two years, he became so much more popular with economy doing so much better and gas prices were so reasonable.

    Some elections are “Not You” elections – i.e., the voters will take anyone but one particular candidate. When those happen, it’s usually the incumbent who gets it in the neck. Sometimes, it’s the challenger, though. Everyone hates the incumbent, but they just can’t stomach the challenger.

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    Duke Wayne growls and barks:

    LuckyLeo says:

    Okay, but do anyone remember all of the other data beside the polls:
    In June 2012, Scott Walker was up for a recall election as the Republican governor of Wisconsin. And he won hands down! The margin was 53% to 46%.
    So in a five months, Wisconsin voted in Obama as far as the popular vote is concerned. Really? Well, okay things change in 5 months…

    Nothing changed- the exit polls from the recall election showed that that many of those Badgers who voted against recalling Walker said they supported Obama and planned on voting for him.

    “While the totals have Walker ahead significantly, exit polls suggest he did it with a healthy dose of support from voters who are leaning toward President Obama in the fall.
    In fact, exit polls show Walker winning 18 percent of Obama supporters — much higher than Democrat Tom Barrett’s 6 percent of Mitt Romney supporters. Overall, the electorate that turned out Tuesday backed Obama by a 51 percent-to-44-percent margin.”

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/post/despite-scott-walkers-win-obama-outpolls-romney-in-wisconsin/2012/06/05/gJQA0y3MHV_blog.html

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Plenty of people’s backs are against the wall enough that violence is already on the table or very nearly so. I’m sure there are many readers of this very site that have been watching, and taking note of things in a much more… logistically minded way for the last 7 or 8 years. I am dead certain in fact. People committing to memory things like isolated and important infrastructure, the homes of various local media personalities, the homes of potentially antagonistic government tools, not to mention the homes, hang outs and schools of their loved ones.

    In different times, such details would be forgotten in the daily grind of life – irrelevant little crumbs that one ignores while trying to get the grand-kids to football. But in an era like this, such trivial factoids are most assuredly sticking in the minds of a few people – carefully noted, and filed, just in case those little details should become somehow important.

    A fella never knows if it might be important to know when and where someone is going to be.

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    It’s amazing how the press can’t write enough about a sex scandal, but seems to not care a whit about lies surrounding the death of four americans in Benghazi, or a long running cover up surrounding the Fast and Furious program.

  34. 34
    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    The left has destroyed everything it has come in contact with. The same crowd that bans a 32oz bottle of soda legalizes marijuana in two states.

  35. 35
    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    In the recent election in Minnesota which “elected” Senator Smalley, in some precincts he received the votes of not only 100% of the electorate, but of more than 100% of the census residents. Such are loaves and fishes miracles of Democrat voting.

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    LCSgtmech growls and barks:

    DJ, yer a pretty smart guy. Which is why I can’t, for the life of me, figure out how you think a voter ID law equals “voter suppression”. That has to be one of the most re-fuckin’-tarded viewpoints today. So you’re telling me, that people that can drag their fat asses down to the welfare office can’t get an ID? That people fully able to plop their asses down in an emergency room, knowing that even though they don’t have insurance, can’t be turned away, that THEY can’t get an ID? You need an ID to buy beer and cigarettes. You need one to drive a vehicle, hell you need one to buy friggin’ groceries! If you don’t have an ID for any of those reasons, and you’re so far removed from society that you haven’t discovered the need for one, well, then your ass probably isn’t going to vote. That is total horseshit couched in fake ass “concern”. If every state had a voter ID law, you’d probably lose every damn election from here to doomsday, as inundated with illegals, dead folk and household pets as you are… That dog won’t hunt, ever…at least not for someone with half a brain.

  37. 37
    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Anthony L. @ #:
    Excellent, but one detail quibble.

    Absentee ballots are ONLY for those who will be absent from their home districts on election day

    ONLY for those who will be absent on military service or other official federal government duty.
    Dude can delay his Carribean cruise for a few days, or plan ahead if he gives a shit about his supposed country.
    Likewise business trips.
    And expatriates who are living and working abroad, probably should not be voting because they are not up to date on issues and candidates, and have a lessened stake in the outcome.
    There could be an infinitessimal number of other honest reasons why an individual might miss an election. But sorry, a microscopic deprivation may have to be a sacrifice for the sake of a more accurate outcome. I did miss the 1970 election; I had just returned from Viet Nam about three weeks before, had no established address of record and was not even sure in which state I would be living. But also, due to circumstances I was not as interwested in the election as if it had been presidential, and I was totally unprepared to choose between candidates I had never heard of. Tough luck for me.

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    DJ Allyn growls and barks:

    Perhaps you guys should listen to the guys at Red State.

    Barack Obama won the election.

    He did not win by stealing the election. Voter irregularities always happen. It is one reason we support voter ID rules. But even in the worse scenario of reports out there, there were not enough tales of voter irregularities to matter nationwide. This is another benefit and built in safeguard of the electoral college.

    Barack Obama won. He won by turning out the most people in a well run campaign. In other words, he won fair and square.

    We here at RedState are American citizens. We have no plans to secede from the union. If you do, good luck with that, but this is not the place for you.

    We have a place for you here if you wish to continue the fight against Republicans in Washington like John Boehner and Mitch McConnell who’d be happy to sell us down the river to keep their power, no matter how devoid of principle or sound policy. You have a place here if you’d like to keep fighting the Democrats who are intent on further stifling economic growth, pushing forward with Obamacare, bankrupting the nation, and siding with teachers unions against kids who deserve better.

    Too many people have spent the past four years obsessed with birth certificates. Now they are obsessed with voter fraud conspiracies, talk of secession, and supposed election changing news stories if only we had known.

    So let’s add dabblers in this latest nuttiness to birthers as a category of people we do not welcome at RedState. Our aim is to beat the Democrats, not beat a retreat to a Confederacy that Generals Grant and Sherman rent asunder well over a hundred years ago.

    Even here at RedState, while we may not much care for him, President Obama is still our President and we are still quite happily citizens of the United States. If we must drain this fever swamp that’s taken hold of a few people on the right over this past week before we can drain the swamp in Washington, so be it.

    All others need not apply.

    Hmmm. I think I can actually respect this.
    DJ Allyn recently posted..Stardog Champion ~ Mother Love BoneMy Profile

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    LCSgtmech @ #35:
    Of Course Deej (begins with the letter Duh) is right. Voter ID would disenfranchise such great Americans as Mr. Michael Mouse, Kemo Sabe, Mr Donald Duck (the brother of Wayne Duck) :em07: and millions of our long dead sainted ancestors.

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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. @ #:
    As I recall, the pResident had to show ID to vote. Wasn’t that racist ??

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    LCSgtmech growls and barks:

    I’m not obsessed with voter fraud…it’s a simple fact of life. On both sides, but a much-perfected ART on the left. I’ll take vote fraud, which is not only more plausible, but provable, over that mound of crap that is voter suppression through mandatory ID.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    My dear, dear friends and fellow patriots: Now is the time to read about some of our Founders’ trials and tribulations, and buck up.

    This book is fantastic: get a copy, or check it out of the library, for some inspiring winter reading. Washington’s Crossing, by David Hackett Fisher.

    “Six months after the Declaration of Independence, the American Revolution was all but lost. A powerful British force had routed the Americans at New York, occupied three colonies, and advanced within sight of Philadelphia. Ninety percent of the American army had deserted, and the patriots were near despair.

    “Yet, as David Hackett Fischer recounts in this riveting history, George Washington–and many other Americans–refused to let the Revolution die. On Christmas night, as a howling nor’easter struck the Delaware Valley, he led his men across the Delaware River and attacked the exhausted Hessian garrison at Trenton, killing or capturing nearly a thousand men.

    “A second battle of Trenton followed within days. The Americans held off a counterattack by Lord Cornwallis’s best troops–then were almost trapped by the British force. Under cover of night, Washington’s men stole behind the enemy and struck them again, defeating a brigade at Princeton.

    “The British were badly shaken. In twelve weeks of winter fighting, their army suffered severe damage, their hold on New Jersey was broken, and their strategy was ruined.

    “Fischer’s richly textured narrative reveals the crucial role of contingency in these events. We see how the campaign unfolded in a sequence of difficult choices by many actors, from generals to civilians, on both sides.

    “While British and German forces remained rigid and hierarchical, Americans evolved an open and flexible system that was fundamental to their success. The startling success of Washington and his compatriots not only saved the faltering American Revolution, but helped to give it new meaning.”

    –Fisher is a real American, not a Leftist git: and a marvelous storyteller. Get a snifter of brandy or a can of beer, sit back, and prepare to be enthralled and inspired.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn says:

    Perhaps you guys should listen to the guys at Red State.

    Erm, why exactly?

    Pay close attention: If the guys at Erik “I Really Want to Keep My Gig at CNN” Ericksson’s brain child, Red State, have decided that they have a purity guideline for who may “apply” to their publicly available web hangout, then bless their hearts. Their site, their rules. I’m fresh out of fucks to give.

    I rather prefer my own, immutable guideline for this site, which is: People, I don’t really care what you think or don’t think, just have a freaking ball. You can believe that the moon is made out of Swiss cheese for all that I care, the only advice I give you is that if you’re sensitive souls, you probably oughtn’t air blatantly stupid viewpoints around here because you will be ripped apart verbally. If you’re cool with that and, even more so, if you can give back as good as you take, have at it!

    We don’t have a test you need to pass to be here, we don’t have an official manifesto other than “don’t fucking dare tell me what to believe and what to think or we’ll be having a fucking whale of a dance party in the comments”, we don’t have a list of approved talking points that you need to agree with, because that’s the kind of mindfuckingly dumbass shit that Democrat Underground believes in and, moreover, because that is as profoundly un-American as you can get.

    If Red State wants to purge their ranks of anybody not approving their committee party line, then that is their G-d given right. It’s their site, but we feel no more of a need to listen to them than we feel a need to listen to anybody else who wants to tell us what’s acceptable and what’s not.

    They may even be right on that particular point, it may be that no matter what, Bath House Barry would have won, but that’s hardly relevant to us. Because we’ll never know, will we? And, regardless, nobody, NOBODY gets to tell ME what the fuck to think.

    So if that’s what “the guys at Red State” really think, then fuck ‘em.

    Enjoy the echo chamber.
    Emperor Misha I recently posted..Oh, and About the Legitimacy of the Election?My Profile

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    The Dissident Frogman has uncorked his finest RANT ever:

    http://www.thedissidentfrogman.com/blog/link/the-frogmans-prophecies/

    “Understand this: I am not a US citizen nor a resident in the USA, so this is not the bitter augury of a sore loser. This is a prophecy from a foreigner who has seen one of your possible futures while living in it.

    . . . And still: you will live through it, and you will live well enough—for a given value of “well”—to never really have a legally and morally unquestionable motive to rise up in arms and go full scale de oppresso liber on the tyrant. This will not be, as many of you imagine when they think about France, North Korea only with more cheese, wine and broads who don’t shave their armpits. Instead, you will find yourself in a multi-generations limbo of “too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards”—as, ironically, a Libertarian once said.

    Just like in France, this will turn you into a depressed, cynical and pessimistic people, until they finally manage to kill your spirit whole, and nearly everybody is on the dole.

    That’s when they’ve won. They do not need to kill you, they just have to break you.

    Understand this: I am not a US citizen nor a resident in the USA, so this is not the bitter augury of a sore loser. This is a prophecy from a foreigner who has seen one of your possible futures while living in it.

    Yet you, my friend, are all that’s needed to change that destiny.

    If, as some say, this is all about demographics, then look at demographics and rejoice: no matter the color of your collar, you are the productive class, the entrepreneurial class, the creative class—quite literally, the working class—the likes and numbers of which France has never seen. You are guided by family morals and work ethics that are long gone in France, assuming they’ve ever existed here. And you are living under the cover of the most formidable declaration and system of self-governance, one that simply never existed in France.

    Thus the only future I can predict is the one where you go French and surrender. You, and only you can turn this debacle around and me into a false prophet.

    Sadly, some among you seem to have all but given up. Reading through your reactions in the comments at PJ Media, Breitbart, Hotair and others, I see cries that “the Republic is dead”, and even claims—shocking claims, for this Americanophile—to burn the flag because “it doesn’t mean anything anymore”.

    Old Glory doesn’t mean anything, simply because you woke up last Wednesday to a measly 4 millions popular votes difference? A battle of nearly 121 million voters finds you outnumbered by four and ‘hear, hear: the Republic is dead and the war is lost?’

    Try and tell that to those Americans who found themselves outnumbered and outgunned by far more disadvantageous enemy ratios, whether in a forest in the Ardennes, a hill in Korea, a valley in Vietnam, or a mountain in Afghanistan. Try and tell them you’re considering giving up and burning the flag in despair.

    Even though I am just a Frenchman, I am quite certain I can predict their reaction.

    Once again, you don’t need a lecture from this Frenchman, but it seems to me that some of you, in the emotion of that unexpected electoral defeat, forgot this simple fact: America is always outnumbered.

    This unique nation, founded not on feudal or religious fault lines but on a radical philosophy of individual freedom isn’t the norm in this world: it is an anomaly. If you needed a quick and simple reminder on the basis for American exceptionalism, there you go.

    America is always outnumbered and, until the rest of the world sees the guiding light and builds shining cities on America’s model—if that day ever comes—America will always be outnumbered.

    Yet it doesn’t matter: America’s strength isn’t in numbers, it’s in her soul.

    Hear this final prophecy, America: only one man can kill the Republic, and it isn’t Barack Obama. The one man who will kill your Republic is the one man who will last give up and renounce it.

    Don’t you dare be that man.

    SO SAYS A FRENCHMAN. The Dissident Frogman, God bless him! (see The Frogman’s Prophecies; great blog.)

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn @ #:

    Perhaps you guys should listen to the guys at Red State.

    Red Statist? So long as the majority of any group of authorities voted to Babi Yar everyone in the United States who’d ever even contemplated voting for anything further right than Gus Hall, those guys would dig the pits, oil the guns, and load the ammunition belts with smiles on their faces and a song in their hearts, all for the honor of being the first to be shot – because, you know, authority has spoken.

    Not exactly the Sons of Liberty, I’m afraid.

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    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I says:

    So if that’s what “the guys at Red State” really think, then fuck ‘em.

    I’m not buying what they’re selling. Erik most assuredly can do whatever he bugger-all wants to with his site and I agree he’s just making sure of his CNN sinecure. We saw an almost identical transmogrification with MM when she decided that her blog(s) and for that matter blog roll (not that they’re worth two anemic shits) must be purged of anything that might kick-back on her increasing face time on Fox. Don’t get me wrong I think she’s brilliant, though perhaps a bit arrogant about it at times. Regardless, I think a blogger is selling themselves out by restricting their membership to a litmus test of any sort. Maybe it’s because I’m so viciously protective and proud of our little outpost here that I feel this way, but intellectually the boss has it right, if that’s what he wants, it’s fine by me but fuck ‘em all.

    I think he needs to adjust his historic insight into the circumstances at the end of the War of Northern Aggression. The issue of state secession was NOT settled by the loss of the Confederacy. I can argue for both sides of the issue, but a man has to take a stand on ONE hill alone. Also, he hasn’t been paying much attention to the Texas Nationalist Movement, it predates the Obama administration and has a sound basis, hardly some hill-billy, redneck’s prattlings. So he can go fuck himself on that account too.
    LC Jackboot IC/A recently posted..It’s Deja Vu All Over Again, Once AgainMy Profile

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    Anthony L. growls and barks:

    @#22, Von Zorch, public execution is just fine and dandy with me, it is well past time that we get serious with the criminal elements among us, but I digress.

    @#25 Fa Cube, that is a tough one, but I cannot think of a better way to do it off the to of my head. I don’t imagine it would be easy to stuff the ballot box if all of the other rules are followed, such as frequent voter roll purges, show ID to register and vote, etc. I am afraid we would have to deal with something less than perfect, as most of what we encounter is. Let’s just endeavor to make it the best we can.

    @# 37 Sir Rurik, of course ALL military ballots would be counted. As you pointed out, there are many valid reasons for voting absentee, but putting your ass on the line in the service of your country is the most important. If the election results must be determined at a late date, then so be it; those military votes WILL be counted. This is an election, not an affirmative acton plan for the major media outlets.

    Oh yeah, on that note, no media is allowed to call a state for a candidate before polls close in ALL districts, nationwide. See last sentence above.

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    forresthump growls and barks:

    10. Ensure ALL military, away from their home bases, are provided with absentee ballots, in a timely manner. All commmands shall have a voting ombudsman to facilitate voter registration, and balloting. FIFY Anthony L. @ #:

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    LC_Salgak growls and barks:

    DJ. . .

    Riddle me this: throughout this campaign year from hell, kindly explain why, with TWO exceptions, EVERY single issue or accusation of vote or election fraud pointed at Democrats ? Yes, there was the canvasser in Virginia who threw away Democrat voting cards after a registration drive. Gee, that’s nasty. Considering the registration cards were available nearly everywhere, and fold and seal (with glue on the app) to become pre-paid mail-in apps. And the lady in either Tennessee or Texas who tried to vote twice.

    On the other hand, there was the son of a Democratic Congressman, and nephew of the State Democratic Chair who told one of O’Keefe’s underground operatives exactly how to create sufficient fake ID to vote. There are the towns in Maine, which suddenly spouted new residents, none of which were seen before, and haven’t been seen since. There are the voters in Ohio and Colorado, who, arriving at the polls, were told that they had already voted. And the really amusing thing about that one: it was only REPUBLICANS whose vote had “already been cast”. The precincts with not only more votes for Obama than registered voters, but more votes than there were people living in the precinct. I could go on, but you’re just going to pooh-pooh them all.

    Something is rotten in the State of Denmark. . .

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    Pockmark growls and barks:

    LC_Salgak says:

    Riddle me this: throughout this campaign year from hell, kindly explain why, with TWO exceptions, EVERY single issue or accusation of vote or election fraud pointed at Democrats ?

    Here’s some off the top of my head that you missed. Keep mind, I’m only offering these as accusations and allegations, not proof of anything.

    There was Nathan Sproul. He set up several companies for the purposes of registering voters on behalf of Republicans in at least 10 states. His Florida company, Strategic Allied Consulting, was fired by the Florida State GOP in late September after the company was found to have turned in over 100 suspicious voter registration cards. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has opened up an investigation into that particular incident. But Sprouls other companies remained active in other states, as well as involved with the RNC.

    In Arizona’s Maricopa County, documents accompanying voter ID cards (as well as bookmarks distributed by the Recorders Office) contained the wrong date for the election, but only in the Spanish portion.

    In a precinct in Madison County, Indiana, voters were turned away when the rolls showed the entire town had already voted absentee. The Republican chair of the Madison County Election Board, Barbara Hutton, claimed it was due to a “Printing error”.

    And of course, there’s this little gem.

    Oh, also, the woman that you mentioned, Roxanne Rubin, tried to vote twice in Nevada. And the Colin Small, the guy who dumped the registration cards, was charged with 13 counts of election fraud. That does seem pretty nasty. Also, it looks as though he was involved in Nathan Sproul’s organization, Strategic Allied Consulting, which I mentioned a few paragraphs ago. The state prosecutors canceled his Grand Jury testimony because the broad as widened to include his former employer.

    On the other hand

    HIGH FIVE! Oh, right, not that kind of hand…

    there was the son of a Democratic Congressman, and nephew of the State Democratic Chair who told one of O’Keefe’s underground undercover operatives exactly how to create sufficient fake ID to vote.

    Well, at least this one has some substance. Pat Moran, son of Virginia Democratic congressman Jim Moran, was in fact caught on tape, advising someone of how to commit voter fraud. I don’t know if I’d use the term “exactly how”, as the guy seems pretty clueless. He suggests forged utility bills and making sure they “look legit”. He also says that it’d be a good idea to call the voters who’s votes they’re forging in order to make sure they haven’t already voted. And he also says that the energy needed to undertake the scam would probably be better spent volunteering time with a legit GOTV operation.

    But yeah, the guy’s a douche. He resigned from the campaign and the State Democratic Party denounced the incident. This goes to show you, 9 time out of 10, there’s no value in nepotism.

    I would like to point out that James O’Keefe of Project Veritas claimed this was “the most damning evidence to date of the scope of voter fraud in this country.” If that’s the case, we can all rest easy, because it’s clear from watching the video that his dimwit was pulling this ideas out of thin air.

    There are the towns in Maine, which suddenly spouted new residents, none of which were seen before, and haven’t been seen since.

    This? Maine Republican Party chairman Charlie Webster claiming that “In some parts of rural Maine, there were dozens, dozens of black people who came in and voted on Election Day. Everybody has a right to vote, but nobody in (these) towns knows anyone who’s black. How did that happen? I don’t know. We’re going to find out.” He has since apologized for the racially insensitive remarks and made it very clear his comments were made without any proof of wrongdoing.

    There are the voters in Ohio and Colorado, who, arriving at the polls, were told that they had already voted. And the really amusing thing about that one: it was only REPUBLICANS whose vote had “already been cast”.

    Well, this is the story from Ohio. It certainly seems that at least one couple arrived at the polls and were told they had already voted absentee. They were required to fill out a provisional ballot. Nowhere in the story does it mention they were Republican. I didn’t find any mention of this happening in Colorado. I did see this story about a former GOP official in Virginia claiming that he was told he had already voted absentee. I’m assuming he would have been voting republican. But aside from this story, and one other tweet posted to Twitchy, , there doesn’t seem to be any reason to believe that republicans were being targeted.

    The precincts with not only more votes for Obama than registered voters, but more votes than there were people living in the precinct. I could go on, but you’re just going to pooh-pooh them all.

    Argh! Zombie! Seriously, I’ve dealt with this one like, 3 times on this blog already. Based on everything I’ve read, this simply did not happen. There was the famous mix-up regarding St. Lucie County where some overzealous conspiracy hunters mixed up Voter Cards with Votes Cast, but even the Emperor himself admits that there probably isn’t anything to this story. So, please, if you have access to anything I might have missed, share and share a like.

    Something is rotten in the State of Denmark. . .

    It’s the Ludfisk . And it’s supposed to smell like that.

    Pock