Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Mocking the Liberal Conspiracy Theory

I would now like to direct your attention to a article publish in Rolling Stone October 17th 2008 entitled It's Already Stolen. Is it still up? If not here is a bit from the heart of the 'expose':
Republican Secretaries of State of swing-state Colorado have quietly purged one in six names from their voter rolls.

Over several months, the GOP politicos in Colorado stonewalled every attempt by Rolling Stone to get an answer to the massive purge - ten times the average state's rate of removal.

While Obama dreams of riding to the White House on a wave of new voters, more then 2.7 million have had their registrations REJECTED under new procedures signed into law by George Bush.
As it is now Nov. 5th it is time for me to point and laugh. After all a wise man said, "Spare the mock, spoil the pundit."

So the totals are in and Barack Obama won Colorado's vote by 6.6%, more or less. So in order for their theory to be correct that would mean those supposed one in six voters who would have voted for Obama but could not would mean he would have won by 21%. So where are those 14% of voters that were purged? You'd think one or two of them might have a blog saying "Hey! I wanted to vote, but they made me cast a provisional ballot." So, anyone got a link? No? Well then I think it is time for a slice of Humble Pie and apologizes to America from every hysterical liberal who was screaming, "The Republicans are going to steal it!" Especially since they also were promoting loony conspiracy theories that Bush would declare martial law after assassinating Obama today or tomorrow. Come on, own up. If I'd been wrong I would have had to say, "Sorry everyone" on my way to the barricades. But I was right and now I'm going to indulge in some, "I told you so!"

I told you the election of 2004 was not stolen. I told you this one was not going to be taken away either. I told you we'd win once we had an effective candidate and what was wrong in 2004 was we had a crappy one who couldn't turn out the vote. The only reason you didn't know anyone who voted for Bush is that you never leave your liberal, liberal bubble. Of course I shouldn't actually expect you to act like adults. Instead you and "Democracy Now" will start whining in six months that Obama is a "corporate tool" because he doesn't start your green revolution where all of us sit in the dark wearing sackcloth for our sins against mother earth. Grow the <bleep> up. Because otherwise I shall mock you again.

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