So we're in that time of year when Joe's overseas have to request their absentee ballots.
Remember, the military votes overwhelmingly Republican. This is going to be a tight election in NC as the Moron Demographic is significant. They'll be lining up in droves to vote for the guy that turned a recession into a depression and is set to double down on failure.
Well, the Donkeys know that if they get rid of military ballots they might be able to flip a few races here and there.
So far none of us have received our NC absentee ballots and I've heard a Voting Officer in another NC unit complaining about the process of getting ballots from the state. My Federal ballot request post card went out several weeks ago.
This might be a replay of Florida 2000, instead of waiting for (Algor's) attorneys to get their hands on the ballots and mar them the Donkeys may just make sure there is no ballot to have to destroy.
...and here is why....
Obamacare is unconstitutional if it were to be enacted via the Commerce Clause, but not if it’s simply a tax, the justice wrote. “Because the Constitution permits such a tax, it is not our role to forbid it, or to pass upon its wisdom or fairness.”
In so doing, Justice Roberts has just busted Campaign 2012 wide open. The high court’s ruling leaves in place 21 tax increases costing nearly $700 billion. Of those taxes, 12 would affect families earning less than $250,000 per year.
Now that Obamacare’s penalty is a “tax,” not a “fee,” Mr. Obama is breaking a 2008 campaign pledge not to raise taxes on Americans earning less than $250,000. This new “tax” will hit across the economic spectrum, despite his campaign declaration that health care should “never be purchased with tax increase on middle-class families.” Now, Mr. Obama and congressional Democrats have enacted the largest tax increase in history.
Chief Justice Roberts has given Mitt Romney a key attack: The president is a tax-and-spend liberal bent on expanding government to unprecedented levels. And the presumed Republican nominee knows it: “If we want to get rid of Obamacare, we’re going to have to replace President Obama,” he said from a rooftop in Washington overlooking the Capitol. “What the court did not do on its last day in session, I will do on my first day if elected president.”
So, the Media, the public employee unions, and the Democratic Party lost their *** last night in Wisconsin.
Even on the exit polls, let me restate that, on the EXIT POLLS - the ones taken after a person votes, the Media managed to over state the Democrats vote count by 7%.
Make no mistake folks, yesterday was a blow out against the Donkeys, the Unions, and the Media.
Romney will win Wisconsin in the fall. The public employee unions are going to be attacked and broken in more states now. We the People will recover our government.
I need a volunteer who is exceptionally good as a graphic artist. I have a concept for a Chris Matthews poster that I would like to discuss. My idea is philosophically consistent with Matthew's conduct and would show him to be what he is: O'bama's Lewinsky.
The Democratic race for lieutenant governor started late, opened by incumbent Walter Dalton’s bid to replace Gov. Bev Perdue, who decided not to run again at the 11th hour.
Coleman’s campaign raised limited campaign cash and used a mostly volunteer staff but received a huge boost from the state employees association and an affiliated union, which spent $300,000 to buy yard signs, television advertising and polling.
“It’s been a very short sprint for all of us in this Democratic campaign because of the short time we had ... to run a campaign that generally takes a year,” said Coleman, a former state lawmaker from Knightdale.
Mansfield, a freshman lawmaker who waged a campaign against politics as usual, raised concerns about the special interest spending, suggesting Coleman “outsourced” her campaign. He raised $231,000, including a $70,000 personal loan, but failed to gain traction in the polls.
Coleman attacked him early, questioning his Democratic allegiances by noting a long-ago small contribution to Republican Elizabeth Dole and his vote with the Republican Senate majority to limit damages in some medical malpractice lawsuits.
Carrboro voter Martrina Marrow said she didn’t know much about races further down the ballot. But she knew her pick: “I heard Linda Coleman speak. I knew that I wanted her.”
So Linda is functionally a tool for the SEIU/AFSCME and the NC State Employees Association. One that is intolerant of Democrats voting with Republicans on bipartisan legislation.
Okay, this individual is not someone who would ever "work with" or compromise or otherwise pretend that people that disagree with her could do so for honorable reasons. No, each of the two parties is becoming more intolerant of working with the members of the other party. One party is blunt and out in the open about that, the GOOP'ers, the other party is no different, except they are wiling to lie about how intolerant of cooperating with the other party they really are.
So the Donkeys nominated a fictional character to run for Governor? Whatever happens it can never be as painful as having Guv'nur Bev Crackcorn in office. Listen to her long enough and you'll willingly push your coffee mug through your own skull.
On the positive side, we are rid of Bobby Etheridge, again. On an even more positive note, Brad Miller can now spend all his free time authoring moonbat inspired conspiracy theories involving the Koch brothers and Art Pope over at the Daily Kos.
Making yesterday even better was the fact that Gurley and Gardner both lost although the ever regrettable Richard Morgan found a way to claw back into public office. Tedesco and Goldman both won and can now walk away from that gaggle of political extremists and lunatics on the WCPSS BoE.
There is a wild ride to November!