The Right Side

Notes from a conservative student.

Who cares how the people voted?

Posted by Cullin on November 14, 2008

Now that the election season is over…well kind of, you’ll see that the corruptocrats are poised to use the courts to their advantage as well as seedy recounts conducted by a board of unseemly characters to get their man elected in Minnesota.
Having lived in the land of ten-thousand lakes and having family that still lives there, I’ve always been interested in politics in Minnesota.  But, ever so much more this year.  This year, in the senate race between Norm Coleman and big-gay-Al Franken, the our country is in the dangerous position of becoming filibuster proof to the socialist, far left causes which have been scheming in the shadows for years now.  The magic number is 60 seats for an officially filibuster-proof senate, but given the quality of several republicans in the senate now, the real number is closer to 57, which is where the left will be if they are allowed to steal this election.
Since the polls closed and the votes were initially counted, the democrats have somehow mysteriously found scores upon scores of uncast ballots in everywhere, from the trunks of cars, to the back of mail boxes, and some where even hidden in the crevices of Paul Bunyan’s shoes.  It’s honestly ridiculous that these ballots could be possibly ever taken seriously.  And, finding a couple hundred uncounted votes for Franken with almost none found for Coleman is pretty much a statistical impossibility (I’m not sure if it isn’t none, but I’m going to assume that the fraudsters aren’t that dumb).
What’s more is that they plan to have a recount, where the vote counters can “ascertain the voter’s will.”  Holy Jesus, are you serious?  Just because someone votes for Obama, that doesn’t mean they want to vote for Franken.  If it’s left blank, it’s probably for a good reason.  I personally leave the dog catcher position blank, not because I’m too stupid to fill it in, (and, this is the case that they are making against potential Franken voters, that if you left it blank, you’re just too stupid to fill it in) but because I don’t care who takes this position.  And, if I were forced to chose between one or the other, I would go against the rest of my ballot and vote for the democrat in the off chance that he might get bitten.
Anyways, there’s something rotten in the state of the North Star.

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One Response to “Who cares how the people voted?”

  1. […] Who cares how the people voted? Now that the election season is over…well kind of, you’ll see that the corruptocrats are poised to use the courts to their advantage as well as seedy recounts conducted by a board of unseemly characters to get their man elected in Minnesota. Having lived in the land of ten-thousand lakes and having family that still lives there, I’ve always been interested in politics in Minnesota.  But, ever so much more this year.  This year, in the senate race between Norm Coleman and big-gay-Al Franken, the our country is in the dangerous position of becoming filibuster proof to the socialist, far left causes which have been scheming in the shadows for years now.  The magic number is 60 seats for an officially filibuster-proof senate, but given the quality of several republicans in the senate now, the real number is closer to 57, which is where the left will be if they are allowed to steal this election. Since the polls closed and the votes were initially counted, the democrats have somehow mysteriously found scores upon scores of uncast ballots in everywhere, from the trunks of cars, to the back of mail boxes, and some where even hidden in the crevices of Paul Bunyan’s […] […]

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