Democrat Socialist GOTV Effort Included Coercing the Mentally Disabled Into Voting For Ogabe

And no, by “mentally disabled” we don’t mean your standard ObamaPhone Democrat Socialist voter, although you may certainly be excused for thinking so.

We mean actual retarded people who don’t even know what a political party IS.

They filled in their voter registration cards, taught them the Ogabe chants, then rolled them to the polls so they could vote the “correct” way.

Heck, not even the Democrat National Socialists’ ideological predecessors, the NSDAP, were that brazen. They “just” wanted to gas the mentally disabled. They never thought of having them vote for them first.

Once the fix is in… Hey, don’t get on any buses with suspicious hoses attached to the exhaust pipes, y’hear.




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    LC Thresher growls and barks:

    Can we start shooting yet? Please?

    Seriously, the suspense is driving me up a fucking wall.

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    sleeper growls and barks:

    Think about this for a minute. Should we test people for mental ability before they vote? Can you imagine the howls of protest if such a thing were suggested? They did this knowing they would not be challenged, because how dare you suggest we test people.

    We already do test people. 51.3% are retarded.

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    single stack growls and barks:

    The last sentence in the article:

    Such an orchestrated, systematized process to corrupt the voting process begs the question: are there any Democrats left who possess virtue and integrity?

    The answer, of course, is no, not for a long time. Democrats – all of them – are domestic enemies of the Constitution.

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    LuckyLeo growls and barks:

    Just so you know, this is NOTHING new.

    I have seen thing done back since Bush vs. Kerry in Chicago.

    Leftists do this with the justification that if they don’t do this. The evil rich Republicans will cut the benefits to help those poor victims!

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    As Homer Simpson said about some dolphins: “You’ve gotta hand it to ’em; they just wanted it more.”

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    LC Moriarty growls and barks:

    (Pardon me for a moment while I put on my Wookie suit.)

    This is likely the last time I will vote in a general election.

    Between allegations of vote fraud, the statistical insignificance of my vote and the overriding question of whether voting is even moral, I’m done.

    I’m through with being told that my vote is somehow equivalent to that of some lazy loafer with nothing of value to offer anyone.

    I’m tired of being part of a “process” that decides, every few years, on who points guns at whom to “transfer wealth” (typically from my pocket to that same lazy loafer.)

    I’m no longer interested in choosing between Criminal Dirtbag A and Criminal Dirtbag B and I’m sick of being lied to by both of them.

    I’m through with being told, “If you don’t vote, you have no right to complain.”
    (Wrong. You play the game, you assent to the outcome. I’m sitting this one out.)

    I”m tired of watching the voting process corrupted, time and again, to the tune of nothing in the way of significant investigation, much less reform.

    I’m tired of my single vote counting for absolutely nothing.
    I’m a native Nevadan. Very few of us gamble, and we routinely sneer at those who do. They’re trying to beat the odds in well-crafted system that will bankrupt them if they stick with it. They’re simply deluding themselves, believing that what they do just might count this time and everything will work out. For many years, I’d walk into the voting booth and this odd feeling would come over me. I now know why.

    So, friends and neighbors, that’s where I stand. I’m not going to expend any more effort on trying to vote myself out of this mess. I won’t begrudge anyone for trying, but I’m through. I’m going to take all the energy I used to expend on worrying about these things and direct it where it might do some good: Myself, my family, my friends and my community.

    This is a crooked game with loaded dice. I’m finished with it.

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    Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan growls and barks:

    LC Moriarty @ #:

    I understand your frustration Moriarty. I can’t say I agree with you, but I understand your frustration. My only question would be, What’s next? If we disconnect from the process we have now we either need to ratchet it up and move on to the third box or accept the shit sandwich we’re given.

    I’m not willing to launch into full Lexington and Concord mode just yet for a number of reasons, and I’m certainly not gonna meekly accept my fate. So I’ll continue to work the system we’ve got. Maybe I’m being a bit naive, but I’m not willing to give up on the process yet.

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    LC Moriarty growls and barks:

    Slightly to the right of Gingis Khan @ #8:

    . My only question would be, What’s next?

    Let me back up. When Reagan handed Carter his ass back in ’80 (and positively blew the doors off Mondale four years later), I was positively overjoyed.

    At long last, we were getting somewhere. True, the man had his faults, but there was nothing there I wasn’t willing to overlook or justify away. America was on the right track and that’s what mattered.

    Then his successor screwed up on firearms and taxes. Well, what could you expect. He wasn’t Reagan.

    The first four years of Clinton were horrendous. I thought for certain the process would self-correct in four years. We all know how that turned out.

    Ah, then W came along… and won by the barest of margins. 9/11 showed everyone who’d voted for him that they made the right choice. Four years later, the choice was still obvious to most of us. But he kept going on about renewing the AW ban and some other things that didn’t make sense.

    Now we have the worst president in living memory. And though I’ve dutifully voted for against him twice (and gotten the ceremonial pie-in-the-face for doing so) he and his policies are here, mostly to stay.

    I’m tired. I’ve given up on reforming the system from the top down. While I’ll never disparage anyone for choosing to stay with it, I’ve had it. There’s one of me and uncountable millions of them, and they’re busy voting themselves a pay raise out of my pocket while wrecking the profession to which I’ve devoted my life. They’re nothing but cannibals using the raw force of the state to steal and coerce, calling it “social justice” and a thousand other Orwellian names while they grin and gloat about it.

    Lexington and Concord? That opens a door to horrors I’d rather not contemplate. If it ever comes to something that awful, I’ll do my part, but I’m in no way interested to go there.

    So what’s next? My advice, if anyone cares, is to withdraw as much as possible from the system they’ve created. Top-down isn’t working. Bottom-up is the only thing left. There isn’t going to be an electoral deus ex machina that’s going to save us. We’ve lost that war. Welcome to Firefly, about 500 years early.

    I won’t disagree with your choices you or call you or anyone else naive. You simply have a different perspective and a different breaking point. You have other things invested than I do. I just know where my own line in the sand was.

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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    LC Thresher @ #:
    You and me both.

    FrankOK @ #:
    Saw that and was gonna post it. Til my machine decided to go tits up.

    And for the record, as someone having more than one mentally disabled person in their family. This shit from the demoshits needs to be stopped. Well, fuck it all, both damn parties. Taking advantage of a person who can’t understand how to even tie their shoes is beyond morally fucking wrong.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Democrats: the party of retarded! (Not stupid like those other guys, Oh no Precious…)

    FrankOK @ #:
    Another reason to pass by the GOP.

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    FrankOK @ # 5: Thanks for that, borrowed and accredited. But how stupid would we be to expect that law to be nullified?