Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Back to the madness

“It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything. --Joseph Stalin
Apparently this is still a truism. From The Blaze:

Odd? Romney Got ZERO Votes In 59 Precincts in Philly, and 9 Precincts in Ohio
But what if there are parts of the country where Romney not only got zero percent of the vote (a possibility in the case of vote totals so small that rounding renders them null), but actually got literally zero votes? For the nominee of a major party, that would be truly extraordinary – so extraordinary, in fact, that it would strain credulity.
And seeing as this highly unlikely turn of events happened not in one or two precincts, but in over 59 in Philadelphia, and 9 in Cleveland, that credulity can be safely said to be completely strained, if not broken.

Yee-yaaahhhh...Okay. I'll buy that.

Look, everyone has their free phones and their free healthcare and their free education and women across the country can now safely get laid on a Friday night because they are FREE of you Republicans' restrictive, intolerant, backwards morality.

That's real freedom, man.


  1. Given that it is entirely possible that no white people live in those Philadelphia and Cleveland precincts, why would it surprise you that Obama got nearly 100% of the vote?

    Obama also got near 100% of the vote in several Chicago precincts; and, surprise, surprise, they were the poorest, most wretched precincts in Chicago.…

    1. Obama didn't get NEAR 100%, he GOT 100%. That is to assume that not ONE person of any color voted for Romney.

      To assume that ALL black people vote Democrat is racist. Black people are not some monolithic voting block like a bunch of cows. Vote. Here. But your little X right here.

      I don't buy it. 100% gives away the game. MOST I would easily believe. ALL? I don't believe that.

    2. Yep, it stinks worse than 3 weeks old fish in a rubbish bin..

    3. That's an awful lot of districts with not a single Romney vote. But it's not impossible so I doubt anybody will dare risk even looking into it. It'd take incontrovertible evidence of cheating widespread enough to affect the outcome before that would happen.

    4. No. It's not IMPOSSIBLE. Receiving 100% of the vote is not impossible. Stalin did. So did Saddam.

      But it IS improbable.

      And to assume it is believable because these are BLACK districts is RAAAAAAAACIST!


    5. Did they get 100%? I thought they usually just gave themselves 98% or so. 100%'s probably too blatant even for those guys.

    6. The arrogance/stupidity of Americans makes my head feel like its going to explode. Every FUCKING school kid can know that when elections happened in Soviet Russia with that kind of vote, it was rigged. But here? Oh, no WAAAY! There's no vote fraud. How could you suggest that? You must HATE a black president! YOU ARE RACIST!!!!

      I could just puke. We are so brainwashed we can't even see our own stupidity. I would wager that even -- especially -- the Russians knew the whole this was rigged. We can't even see that.

      We're doomed.

    7. A huge problem is the loss of virtue in society. From top to bottom of society, so many people simply don't care that a thing is done honestly as long as they get the result they want. Instead they work to make cheating easy and the consequences minimal if by some miracle it can be proven.

  2. Literally unbelievable. LITERALLY.

    I'm numb from this shit now. Not really; I'm actually enraged to the point of near-collapse so I'm telling myself I'm numb.

    1. Literally. Finally an appropriate time to use it.

      Hey, did you get my LOOOONG email about Spino/Primo? I switched to some new format in gmail accidentally and I think it sent half the email twice. Not sure it ever sent the whole thing. What a complete remard I am. Anyway, didn't want you to think I wasn't FLIPPING OUT EXCITED about your new puppy dog. He's fabulous.

  3. ‘So did Saddam.’

    Actually, if I remember correctly, in his last election Saddam didn’t even hit the 99% mark. In fact, I believe he barely managed to scrape together 98% of the vote.

    But Obama is obviously better than Saddam; hence the 100%. Or perhaps it just might be that Saddam’s controversial decision to declare war on America right before the election lowered his popularity.

    ‘Look, everyone has their free phones and their free healthcare and their free education’

    Land of the free, indeed.