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1439 - Convincing the Stupid
Tues-Wed Nov 9-10,
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"We declared it today and we are going to implement
it whenever and wherever
it is necessary. This will send a very
powerful message that we are serious."
--Bush Puppet Allawi,
"serious" about sending US troops into the meatgrinder Attribution
troops 'in centre of Falluja'
Heavy fighting, 3 troops killed, 45 die in Baquba
"US Colonel Michael Formica said a security cordon
around the city would be tightened so that insurgents
dressed in civilian clothing would be unable
to leave. "My concern now is only one - not to allow any enemy
to escape," he told the AP. "As we tighten
the noose around the insurgents, they will move to escape to fight
another day. I do not want these guys to
get out of here. I want them killed or captured as they flee."
Sami al-Jumaili, a doctor at the hospital
who escaped arrest when it was taken by US troops, said the city
was running out of medical supplies and
only a few clinics remained open. There is not a single surgeon in Falluja.
We had one ambulance hit by US fire and
a doctor wounded," he told Reuters. "There are scores of injured
civilians in their homes whom we can't
move. A 13-year-old child just died in my hands."
The Alamo Fallujah!
Is everyone else getting flooded with those "Kerry
ready to un-concede" letters?
They say it's from Kerry's brother - but it's always a forward,
it's never from any determinable source.
"Voters nationwide reported some 1,100 problems
with electronic voting machines on Tuesday,
including trouble choosing their intended
--Associated Press/ABC, Attribution
Subject: close borders
for draft dodgers
Bart, you were looking for that prior mention
of Bush closing the borders
to keep draft age people from escaping
to Canada? Here it is:
Check the first story - Draft dilemma
Dodging the draft will be more difficult
than those from the Vietnam era.
College and Canada will not be options.
In December 2001, Canada and the U.S.
signed a "smart border declaration,"
which could be used to keep would-be
draft dodgers in. This plan, among other things,
eliminates higher education as a shelter
and includes women in the draft.
First, he lost the Catholic vote.
At 65 mil, they are 27% of the vote. Kerry got only 47% to Bush's 52%.
Second, he almost lost the Hispanic
vote 52 to 47%. Gore had received a massive 69%
Third, Bush did 5 points better
with women than he did with Gore
Fourth, the ballyhooed youth vote
(18-29) was much weaker than hoped
Fifth, the gay community blindsided
Sixth, he ignored fervent advice
to attack Bush - mostly from bartcop.com
If Kerry had chosen to campaign, he might've won those five groups.
Without the Facts
"I think a case could be made that ignorance
played at least as big a role in the election's outcome as values.
A survey by the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the University of Maryland found that 70 percent
of Bush's supporters believe the U.S. has
"clear evidence" that Saddam was working closely with Al Qaeda.
A third of the president's supporters believe
WMDs were found in Iraq. And more than a third believe that a
substantial majority of world opinion supported
Bush's invasion. This is scary. How do you make a rational
political pitch to people who have put
that part of their brain on hold? No wonder Bush won."
"Attorneys scrutinizing the close vote on Amendment
Four noticed that vote totals changed
in an unexpected way after 13,000 final
ballots were counted. Election officials determined
the problem was caused by the Unity
Software." "The glitch was discovered two years ago,
and should have been corrected by software
manufacturer ES&S of Omaha, Neb., according
to Broward County Mayor Ilene Lieberman."
software 'lost' votes
But if the Democrats don't mind losing,
why should they correct the software?
If the bank guard lets you steal money, you're going to, right?
Threw the Vote to Bush
by G Mustain
"The American vote count is controlled by three
major corporate players, Diebold, ESS, Sequoia, and a fourth, SAIC,
Science Applications International. All
four are hard-wired into the Bush power structure, the Bush crime family...
The four companies are interconnected;
they are not four "competitors." Ahmanson has large stakes in ES&S,
whose former CEO was Republican Senator
Chuck Hagel of Nebraska. When Hagel ran for office, his own company
counted the votes, and his victory was
considered "an amazing upset." Hagel still has a million dollar stake in
Sequoia is the corporate parent of a private
equity firm, Madison Dearborn, which is partner in the Carlyle Group.
"Folks, if you'll look at a map of this country
by county, you'd have to say
this is a red county country, not a
red state country. Look at California!"
-- the vulgar Pigboy, pretending
Wyoming and Idaho are inhabited Attribution
of a Second Bush Coup?
by Robert Parry (D-On Fire) at consortiumnews.com
...the most perplexing fact is that exit
polls into the evening of Nov. 2 showed Kerry rolling to a
clear victory nationally and carrying most
of the battleground states, including Florida and Ohio,
whose totals would have ensured Kerry's
victory in the Electoral College.
Significantly, polls also showed Republicans
carrying the bulk of the tight Senate races. However,
when the official results were tallied,
the presidential exit polls proved wrong while the Senate polls proved
Explanations from the architects of the
exit-poll sampling system also sound specious. Their report said
Kerry voters were simply more willing than
Bush voters to answer the exit pollsters' questions. But this
"chattiness thesis" seems more like a post-facto
excuse than a serious argument.
Another explanation from some pundits was
that the exit polls were adjusted by late in the day to rectify
pro-Kerry exaggerations from the earlier
samples. But that is not what happened. As the New York Times
reported, "The presumption of a Kerry victory
built a head of steam late in the day, when the national survey
showed the senator with a statistically
significant lead, one falling outside the survey's margin of error."
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on the internet. You
should read their stuff.
This is BCR producer Tommy Mack and La Femme Perspect-eve' Tally
If you want your picture in bartcop.com
create a "Sorry, everyone" sign and send it in.
Paul Wellstone Murdered?
Paul Wellstone was the only progressive
in the U.S. Senate. Mother Jones magazine once described him as,
"The first 1960s radical elected to the U.S.
senate." He was also the last. Since defeating incumbent Republican
Rudy Boschowitz 12 years ago in a grassroots
upset, Wellstone emerged as the strongest, most persistent,
most articulate and most vocal Senate opponent
of the Bush administration.
In a senate that is one heartbeat away from
Republican control, Wellstone was more than just another Democrat.
He was often the lone voice standing firm
against the status-quo policies of both the Democrats and the Republicans.
As such, he earned the special ire of the
Bush administration and the Republican Party, who made Wellstone's defeat
that party's number one priority this year.
Ask yourself: Would evil men kill to take over the world?
Anyone familiar with Grover Norquist's
"bathtub" line knows that the right wants Americans to expect less
of their government, in the way of services
and legal protections. The right wants Americans to take the Brazilian
attitude toward their government. It is
our responsibility now to fight that attitude. The Republicans have at
two years to do their damage to the government
with minimal opposition, but we cannot let them do their damage
to our psyches. However bad you may feel
right now, I feel worse, because I'm surrounded by Brazilians who
think it's really funny that I had anything
at all invested in the election. Everyone else has said it already, and
better, so read Bartcop, read Atrios, read
whatever web site you want, but listen to what everyone has already
said about staying focused and not feeling
sorry for yourselves. We do not want to end up like the Brazilians.
As a strong pro-choice feminist liberal
( and proud to be a liberal) I knew all along the Bush Crime Family
did not intend to "lose" the election.
What kind of idiots let a third of the country vote on a machine with
no paper trail and that are easily tampered
Even Venezuela's electronic voting machines
all gave a paper ticket. This election could not be audited.
It worked for the Repugs during the wonderful
years of Clinton in the White House.
Remember they always said "Where there
is smoke, there is fire."
I see no use in
ever working for or giving money to Democrats anymore.
They do not try
to win. We need to fight fire with fire.
Those stupid women who voted moral values
may wish they had not when
Dumbya gets the courts all filled with
the worst of right-wing nut judges.
by former prisoner Mike Palecek
Published by New Leaf
Books of Chicago
haven't had a writer like this since
Vonnegut was at his peak."
- Chuck Gregory,
"The American fascist would prefer not to use
violence. His method is to poison the channels
of public information. With a fascist
the problem is never how best to present the truth to the
public but how best to use the news
to deceive the public into giving the fascist and his group
more money or more power. American
fascism will not be really dangerous until there is a
purposeful coalition among the cartelists,
the deliberate poisoners of public information,
and those who stand for the K.K.K.
type of demagoguery."
--Henry A. Wallace,
1944, who never even met Bush Attribution
Mounts That The Vote May Have Been Hacked
In Baker County, for example, with 12,887
registered voters, 69.3% of them Democrats and 24.3%
of them Republicans, the vote was only
2,180 for Kerry and 7,738 for Bush, the opposite of what is
seen everywhere else in the country where
registered Democrats largely voted for Kerry.
In Dixie County, with 9,676 registered voters,
77.5% of them Democrats and a mere 15% registered
as Republicans, only 1,959 people voted
for Kerry, but 4,433 voted for Bush.
The pattern repeats over and over again
- but only in the counties where optical scanners were used.
Franklin County, 77.3% registered Democrats,
went 58.5% for Bush. Holmes County, 72.7%
registered Democrats, went 77.25% for Bush.
on a pig...
as seen on http://www.bopnews.com
Subject: I'm with Elaine
I'm with Elaine.
Check out this great piece from Smirking
The Chicago Roof Lady
"Tonight, we are keeping our word, and we will
fight for every vote. You deserve no less."
Edwards was telling us once again that "Hope
is on the way" and,
for a few hours anyway, we had reason to
Until you showed up, John, with tears in
your eyes and a white flag in your hand.
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Party in DC on Inauguration day?
Last night on AAR, Janeanne Garafolo suggested we welcome the
next Bush Reich
with a "tear gas and fire hose" reception on January 20th of next year.
If anyone plans on going, I would like to sponsor your sign(s).
I will trade you money for signs, paint, etc for some digital
If we buy in bulk, we can get signs cheap, right?
I'm not talking about one sign or two signs, depending on costs,
I'd like to see a sea of signs.
So if you're going to DC to protest that bastard, click below and we'll see what can be worked out.
First thing we'll need is some local DC ground people to be anchors.
Once we have them, we'll check into the costs of, say, 20-40
Then anyone wanting to protest can meet up with our anchor and
get an anti-Bush sign to carry.
I'll even pay for some hot chocolate afterwards, because it can
get chilly in DC in January.
If someone would like to donate to the protest fund, Click
Here and put "protest" in the subject line.
If you'd like to help via mail: bartcop.com PO Box 54466
Tulsa, OK 74155
With a bigger budget, we can build bigger, better signs with eye-catchingcolors.
With enough big, fancy signs, one might be photographed for a
Let's show the world that not all Americans are fascist, warmongering
sons of bitches.
Would you make a good anchor?
not make me look bad
with people all over the world watching!"
Click Here to
volunteer to Protest that Bastard
We have 71 days to prepare, but it all starts with some DC anchors.
...unless you think we should bow down and worship this Giggling
We have a lot of volunteers and almost $100 in build-a-sign
donations, mostly thanks to Diane E.
Wouldn't it be cool is we had 60 signs in the streets of DC
on Bush Re-Installation Day?
Subject: Media blames
The Republican controlled news media is
blaming bloggers for reporting early that Kerry had won the election.
As a blogger I find that amusing because
we got our information from pollsters like John Zogby of the Zogby poll
who announced the day before the election
that Kerry was going to win by a landslide. We also got our information
from the real results of the exit polls
that showed Kerry winning by a landslide. Were bloggers like me wrong about
what we reported? No - we weren't.
The real story now is that with electronic
voting on voting machines that are easily hacked, and in states like Ohio
where the Secretary of State who counts
the votes was also the state chairman for the Bush campaign, that the system
is so riddled with fraud that we don't
know who really won the election. The real story is that in areas with
machines that are easily tampered with
that the supposed error in the exit polls are far greater than areas with
ballots and the error was all in favor
of Bush. But if you want the details of those stories - you won't find
that in the
mainstream press. You have to get online
and read the blogs.
San Francisco, CA.
Some counties had more votes than registered voters
Mayfield Village reg voters: 2764
Total Mayfield votes cast: 3145
That's 113 percent of possible votes
Middleburg Heights reg voters: 12,
Total Middleburg votes cast: 14,
Note: I have no way to verify any of this.
If things are as they seem, Kerry and Gore should be talking
Sure, the Monkey right will scream, "Sore loser," but if more
cast than possible voters, then we have no idea who won Ohio.
If Kerry doesn't care enough to ask, how can we?
Also, if things are as they seem and Kerry fails to follow up,
if he can't be bothered,
how can any democratic candidate ask people to
volunteer their time in the next election?
Denied to "the Pill"
Evangelical pharmacists call birth control "silent abortions"
Julee Lacey, mother of two, went to her
local CVS drugstore for a last-minute Pill refill. She had been getting
prescription filled there for a year, so
she was astonished when the pharmacist told her, "I personally don't believe
in birth control and therefore I'm not
going to fill your prescription." Lacey was shocked. "The pharmacist had
why I was even taking the Pill. I might
have needed it for a medical condition."
Melissa Kelley, 35, was just as stunned
when her gynecologist told her she would not renew her prescription.
"She told me she couldn't in good faith prescribe
the Pill anymore," says Kelley. Then the gynecologist told Kelley
she wouldn't be able to get a new prescription
from her family doctor, either. "She said my primary care physician
was the one who helped her make the decision."
Lacey's pharmacist and Kelley's doctors are among hundreds,
perhaps thousands, of physicians and pharmacists
who now adhere to a controversial belief that birth control pills
and other forms of hormonal contraception--including
the skin patch, the vaginal ring, and progesterone injections
--cause tens of thousands of "silent" abortions
every year. Consequently, they are refusing to prescribe or dispense them.
Way to go, America.
Bush is taking is back to the fifties - before we had The Pill.
This way, when your wife or daughter gets pregnant, you can pay
for her abortion like Bob Barr did.
Lectures Jury in Peterson Trial
The judge "clearly has indications that they're beginning to hang."
Critical; Vital Organs Functioning
"It's only a matter of hours..."
Belushi Sues 'Catwoman' for Harassment
Spying on him, destroying his property and - horrors - calling him
'Housewives' becoming TV's top show
25 million viewers on Sundays, another 9M on Saturday's repeat
The best books by the best authors
Than 2000: Tuesday's Electoral Disaster
"A poster named 'TruthIsAll' on the DemocraticUnderground.com
forums laid out the questionable results
of Tuesday's election in succinct fashion:
"To believe that Bush won the election, you must also believe:
That the exit polls were wrong; that Zogby's
5pm election day calls for Kerry winning Ohio and Florida
were wrong (he was exactly right in his
2000 final poll); that Harris' last-minute polling for Kerry was wrong
(he was exactly right in his 2000 final
poll); that incumbent rule #1 - undecideds break for the challenger
- was wrong; That the 50% rule - an incumbent
doesn't do better than his final polling - was wrong; That the
approval rating rule - an incumbent with
less than 50% approval will most likely lose the election - was wrong;
that it was just a coincidence that the
exit polls were correct where there was a paper trail and incorrect
(+5% for Bush) where there was no paper
trail; that the surge in new young voters had no positive effect
for Kerry; that Kerry did worse than Gore
against an opponent who lost the support of scores of Republican
newspapers who were for Bush in 2000; that
voting machines made by Republicans with no paper trail and
with no software publication, which have
been proven by thousands of computer scientists to be vulnerable
in scores of ways, were not tampered with
in this election."
"What concerns me most about the election held
last Tuesday is that it is being treated
like a normal event, like everything
is groovy and now we can get on with the rest of our lives.
Have we all entered some kind of bizarro
universe? What would you say if your bank manager
told you that you really didn't need
a receipt for your bank transactions and that you should
trust him to make sure that your accounts
were in order? Why are we allowing corporate
voting machine companies to privately
own the tools of democracy?"
--Phil Tajitsu Nash, Ten
Questions About Campaign 2004
I know the answer to this one: Because the Democrats don't mind
If the GOP can steal elections and the Dems don't care, why should
they stop stealing them?
do what we're told, Dubya is our man!"
Note: When you write to complain about that graphic, send
along a list
of what Kerry and Edwards are doing to fix the broken voting
If they don't mind Bush stealing this, we'll never win again.
Blair to be Impeached?
Motion accuses him of "gross misconduct"
"A draft of a parliamentary motion to impeach
Prime Minister Tony Blair accuses him
of "gross misconduct" over the US-led invasion
of Iraq, a newspaper said...
The newspaper said that although Blair
had little chance of losing an impeachment vote,
the very fact it was held would represent
a serious humiliation."
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Declares War on Alaska, Environment
"With the elections over, Congress and the Bush
administration are moving ahead with ambitious
environmental agendas that include revamping
signature laws on air pollution and endangered species
and reviving a moribund energy bill that
would open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to energy exploration...
The groundwork for the push was laid down
in the past four years even as environmental groups,
Congressional moderates and the courts
put the brakes on major changes. But the election returns that
gave Mr. Bush a clear victory and expanded
the Republicans' majorities in Congress have emboldened
those determined to hard-wire free-market
principles into all environmental policy. "The election is a
validation of our philosophy and agenda,"
Michael O. Leavitt, Bush's Puppet at the EPAgency, said in
an interview. 'We will make more progress
in less time while maintaining economic competitiveness for
the country. That is my mission.'
Should Consider Seceding
Suppose that California secedes from the
rest of the nation? Before you naysayers exclaim,
"Well, that's just ridiculous!" ask yourselves
this: Isn't it more ridiculous to let California, a state
with the sixth-largest economy in the world
(and perfectly capable of surviving as an independent nation),
be governed by a leader who was chosen
by a region we have so little in common with when it comes
to political and social ideologies?
Our first act as an independent nation should
be to elect qualified leaders. Here's a new idea: co-presidents!
And who better to do the job than the ever-popular
tag team of Bill and Hillary? Together, they will pull us
out of the deficit and make us a force
to be reckoned with in no time.
But what do we do with that Musclehead you Cali's elected?
Subject: so much
for your credibility
really, bart, i enjoy your humour and entertainment
value, but you've lost all credibility
with this response to a reader who posted
the same link i just sent you
> "Phil, I can't tell if you're asking me or David
> but voter fraud is a minutia-times-50
subject I just can't afford.
> If you want to get into it, I can prints some
links, but I can't even
> answer my mail, much less get into 300 county
problems in all 50 states. "
so first you say we need proof,
Yes, I think that's a good first step -
how can assembling proof be a bad first thing?
...then you say it needs to be an easy to
I think a hard-to-understand story would
be difficult to sell - don't you agree?
...now you say you dont have time.
That's true - what part of those three phrases
is throwing you?
aside from your litany of excuses being
eerily reminiscent of the caravan of reasons to invade iraq,
Being a one-man operation without a staff
is "eerily reminiscent" of
Bush's excuses for invading Iraq?
I'm not sure that makes sense.
you've proven a jeering example of what's
wrong with the mainstream news media.
i'm sure they're lazy coverage has a list
including those very same factors.
Wait - I think I see why your thinking is
You think bartcop.com
is another CNN, with thousands of employees all over the world with
in the hundreds of millions. of
dollars. I can assure you that's not the case, but thanks for the
compliment - it's one
of the best I've ever received. The
truth is, I'm a low-IQ Okie doing my best to create a small splash and
tell the truth.
I'm sorry you came to such an invalid conclusion.
your activism and advocacy for the left
is admirable, but we'll all need to accept
that you're trading on a position and not
truly supporting it.
I want to support it, but
I want to support it with facts, not faith.
Isn't that what smart people do?
Assemble the facts and then judge?
although smaller, and i'd guess a billion
times less profitable,
you are no different from fox - just to
FOX exists to fool the stupid and promote
Bush's disasterous tax cuts..
If I was in this for the money, I'd be
fooling the stupid rich people instead of
telling the truth to the struggling, middle
class Democrats and the hated minorities.
but hey, dont go changing. i'll still come
visit for my daily chuckles!
Thanks for making the hit counter spin.
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"People will tolerate and understand mistakes
the mistakes can be openly admitted
and then dealt with."
-- Newt Gingrich, (R-Scumbag,
Cheat) on why Bush can't admit mistakes, Attribution
From: My good friend Nick Dupree
Subject: Don't let
the "centrists" win! We need economic justice!
This "centrist" nonsense is FALSE on several
points. Here are 4 big reasons it lost us this election:
1) the Dems are conceding that "moral issues"
are the intolerance of gays, anti-stem cell, anti-sex and anti-abortion.
They do not mention that the issues of
poverty, health care and war may be moral issues.
2) we concede to compete on their ideological
turf, with their definitions, for their voter base.
3) we run from anti-war candidates like
the plague, conceding to the right-wing line that peace is treason and
war is peace.
4) we get all jellyfish-spine when challenged,
act ashamed of the liberalism that created this productive society....
needless deaths and maimings...
really vote for more of this?
On election night, Peter Jennings looked
measurably surprised when he learned that President Bush had provided
a tape of himself, sitting in the White
House, commenting on his impending victory. It was an unprecedented
No sitting president had ever addressed
the nation while polls were still open. It was just not done.
But there was George, exuding confidence,
offering an election day reminder of our leader's legitimacy.
It was all so perfectly Rovian, too. And
why not? The Bush family filmed a similar made-for-TV moment in 2000,
when they assured America that Florida
belonged to George. "There was one exact moment, in fact, when I knew for
that Al Gore would Never be President of
the United States, no matter what the experts were saying, and that was
whole Bush family suddenly appeared on
TV and openly scoffed at the idea of Gore winning Florida," Hunter
S. Thompson wrote,
two weeks before the Supreme Court's fateful
decision." Of course Bush would win Florida. Losing was out of the question.
Here was the whole bloody Family laughing
& hooting & sneering at the dumbness of the whole world on National
"There's nobody who knows how many people are
in Fallujah. U.S. forces are disciplined,
they are well-led, they are well trained
... and there aren't going be large numbers of
civilians killed and certainly not
by U.S. forces."
who always assumed the best case scenario, Attribution
"This will be no neat, surgical strike. To
get the measure of this, think of the Russian Army's
destruction of the Chechen capital,
Grozny. In 1999 this already battered city (of originally 400,000
people) was finally destroyed by massive
Russian bombardment...This attack will also violate the
rules of war and the Geneva conventions
in having grossly indiscriminate effects on civilians and
civilian homes and infrastructure.
America's largely untrained in battle but over-armed forces will
start their attack "humanely", but
as they inevitably take numbers of lethal casualties, their tactics
will quickly escalate to indiscriminate
bombing and shelling of the city using their WMD armories.
Eventually, the attackers will flatten
the city and kill everyone that still resists in it. Falluja will be
the Iraqi people's Masada, and it will
sow seeds of deep anti-Western hatred in the Middle East
for decades to come."
--Tony Kevin, All
the Makings of a War Crime
soldier body count in Iraq
1124, 1128, 1132,
1137, dead American soldiers.
They got 5
more since yesterday.
As we storm Fallujah, we'll lose how many more?
And once we take Fallujah - then what?
We're happy and we can all go home?
wants the whole world.
You have two minutes to record your message.
Subject: I just don't get
I'm not a lawyer and I have zero legal training.
But as I read the First Amendment, it says, plain as day,
government shall make no law pertaining
to religion. This is in the revolutionary tradition of the time of its
immigrants to America were escaping religious
persecution and wanted the USA to be a secular republic,
with separation of church and state.
And the abortion/homosexuality thing is
clearly a religious value. It's awful that they get to take away the most
of American freedoms, the first amendment,
where Government doesn't get to tell you to believe certain religious
values but not others. The Puritans have
taken over, if this continues, next they'll be burning books.
Subject: military votes
You've finally admitted it. You said
that Democrats tried to object to military votes.
It would be illogical to deny the facts,
Once the GOP saw Florida was deadlocked,
they asked all military personnel to
send in both ballots. For reasons
I don't understand, they said each soldier got 2 ballots.
These ballots continued to come in all
during the month of November and some in December
and the GOP wanted these ballots counted,
which hardly seemed fair.
This attempted blocking of votes was the
ONLY, and I stress ONLY blocking of votes going on in 2000.
All those lies about black people being
prevented from voting were just that...lies. Fantasies.
You're saying the Supreme Court did NOT
order the counting to be stopped?
In your world, did they even get involved?
Where were the pictures? The video?
The Supreme Court doesn't allow pictures
The testimonies are the words that came
from Ted Olson and David Boyes.
In your dimension, do they exist?
It wasn't Republicans trying to prevent
people from voting, it was Democrats.
LBJ taught Dems how to do it in Texas,
Joe Kennedy did it again in Illinois, and Gore tried to do it in Florida
Right - the gelding Democrats prevented
the wealthy white people from voting - right.
Let me explain a simple fact to you, Sheep.
(You'll no doubt address me as "Monkey", so I'm just being preemptive.)
'Preemptive' is such a big word for a Monkey
Mail traveling to and from forward deployed
units overseas is slow. And I'm talking weeks.
A letter mailed from a deployed ship may
take up to three weeks to reach it's receipient.
The sheer volume of mail and the operations
tempo may even cause some letters not to be postmarked.
So you can whine, cry, bitch and moan about
"illegal" military ballots to the point of an aneurism.
Monkey, I didn't write the law that said "All
ballots must be received no later than election day."
That law was on the books before I was
born, so blow me.
But you and your friends will NOT deny us
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