You can’t fix stupid

The Democrat brain on crack

The Democrat brain on crack

Democrat chairman Debby Wasserman, a perennial candidate for dumbest, most prevaricating member of Congress,  claims that “voter suppression” caused the anti-gun control voters to win in Colorado.

“The recall elections in Colorado were defined by the vast array of obstacles that special interests threw in the way of voters for the purpose of reversing the will of the legislature and the people,” Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said in a statement. “This was voter suppression, pure and simple. “….[l]awsuits filed by the likes of “the NRA, the Koch brothers and other right wing groups who know what when more people vote, Democrats win,” actually prevented voters from sending in their ballots.”

That’s pretty rich, considering that her Democrats passed the law in the first place by holding closed hearings, cut off emails from constituents and rushed the law through so as to get it done before emotions had calmed after Sandy Hook. Remind you of Democrat tactics here in Connecticut and New York?

In any event, Debby, Democrats did vote in the recall election and they voted to toss the bastards out. Especially angry, it seems were women and blue collar, Hispanic workers. according to this analysis.

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15 responses to “You can’t fix stupid

  1. Al Dente

    Strange how when Dems are elected there is no voter suppression. But later, in the same precinct, when they are recalled…..liberal voters are duct-taped to their kitchen tables by conservative hooligans and not permitted to vote. Strange.

  2. Cobra

    Wasserman Schitz’s intellect is matched only by her Medusa rat’s nest cranial merkin.

    • Al Dente

      Sgt. Schultz said recently that Florida will be completely submerged in Dihydrogen Monoxide in 10 years due to global warming. Take your kids to Disney World while you can!

  3. FF

    I don’t think it was “suppression”, the R’s just did a better job of getting the courts to conduct the election in a way that was more conducive to the typical Republican voter (ancient old, IQ under 60, scared of their shadow KIDDING)

    As far as the ballot itself, less a comment on the specific laws in Colorado than a generalized endorsement of gun rights

    Reflecting on the Colorado recalls

    We did a poll last weekend in Colorado Senate District 3 and found that voters intended to recall Angela Giron by a 12 point margin, 54/42. In a district that Barack Obama won by almost 20 points I figured there was no way that could be right and made a rare decision not to release the poll. It turns out we should have had more faith in our numbers because she was indeed recalled by 12 points.

    What’s interesting about our poll is that it didn’t find the gun control measures that drove the recall election to be that unpopular. Expanded background checks for gun buyers had 68/27 support among voters in the district, reflecting the overwhelming popularity for that we’ve found across the country. And voters were evenly divided on the law limiting high capacity ammunition magazines to 15 bullets, with 47% supporting and 47% opposing it. If voters were really making their recall votes based on those two laws, that doesn’t point to recalling Giron by a 12 point margin.

    We did find on the poll though that voters in the district had a favorable opinion of the NRA by a 53/33 margin. And I think when you see the final results what that indicates is they just did a good job of turning the election more broadly into do you support gun rights or are you opposed to them. If voters made their decision based on the actual pretty unobtrusive laws that Giron helped get passed, she likely would have survived. But the NRA won the messaging game and turned it into something bigger than it was- even if that wasn’t true- and Giron paid the price.

    • Libertarian Advocate

      FF: DNC should dump that 4th rate porn “actress” look-a-like and engage you instead.

      • Yos

        The point of having Dummy Wasserwoman as the “face” of the DNC is precisely that she acts as a foil. The same for poor old Screamin’ Dean.

        Sharper minds in the Demo Crew know that someone articulate and intelligent would make both B. Hussein and Joe GaffoMatic look like the amateur farces that they are. Debbie’s blithering nonsense provides a welcome distraction, a lightning rod.

        What I find interesting is the limited hang-out style dishonesty of FF’s report. Those “pretty unobtrusive” laws with not all that “unpopular” support are in fact damnably intrusive infringements. With each passing week they grow more and more deeply unpopular as the full brunt of reality is seen divergent from the bullshit fed by push-pollers and collectivist “experts”.

        If the recalls had not been fundamentally about punishing Giron & Co. over bad, unpopular gun laws, Bloomie would never have waisted a third of a freaking billion dollars. Hell, factor in media bias, push-polling and ad revenues, there is no logical reason to believe FF’s numbers on their face. It was a gun issue, straight up.

        Note how Progies ALWAYS revert to ad-hominem… Why, it wasn’t the laws that were at fault, it was Giron that people didn’t like! Awwww. (And in Progie World, that must mean that voters in Colorado are deeply ssssexist!!, yes?

        With the money evaporating from the fascists’ coffers to waste on boob-tube spots and pollsters, do not be surprised to see legislative turn-over efforts begin in Colorado. Prepare to see legislators “evolve” on the issue as well. Even Loopy has to know his job is on the line.

        • Libertarian Advocate

          Yos: My only point is that FF is more skilled in the use of nonsense than is debbie-does-dallas. At this point …. wait a minute why should I give the progs any useful pointers. Never mind.

    • And Obama achieved a triumph by getting a communist dictator to save his ass. Buckle that tinfoil hat down securely, pal – the spinning must be close to ripping it off.

  4. Peg

    I’m hoping Debby does a presidential run in the future. (You’d think for certain she would lose – but – these days, who can know for certain?)

  5. AJ

    Speaking of stupid, I heard a grating and most irritating song on the radio in the supermarket that was so outstandingly bad that I had to look it up. And quelle surprise; who was responsible — Cher. If the song was bad, the video was even worse, done in the style of a liberal political TV commercial, where if you show enough different people saying or doing the same thing, then it adds validity or must be true. I hope you find it as irritating as I do. Enjoy:

  6. Publius

    http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/09/vincent-gray-vetoes-so-called-walmart-bill-93934.html

    At least one liberal is recognizing stupidity…….. maybe there is a small sliver of hope…

  7. Anonymous

    Yes, blue collars, women, Hispanics. I’m just sure after this vote, they will be beating down the doors to join the Tea Party. Not!