Monday, May 19, 2008
Dems Tout The Solemnity Of Voting
Okay - let's see if I understand their thinking: it's bad to encourage Republicans and Independents to crossover and vote in Democrat primaries, keeping the Clinton candidacy alive, because people have fought and died for our right to vote. This is what the LeftTards are saying.
But it sure is funny that none of these same LeftTards said a critical word when the greasy little cretin Markos Zúniga - aka Kos - wrote on January 10, 2008, his encouragement for Democrats to crossover and vote for Mitt Romney instead of John McCain in the Michigan primary:
Next Tuesday, January 15th, Michigan will hold its primary. Michigan Democrats should vote for Mitt Romney, because if Mitt wins, Democrats win. How so?
For Michigan Democrats, the Democratic primary is meaningless since the DNC stripped the state of all its delegates (at least temporarily) for violating party rules. Hillary Clinton is alone on the ballot.
...we want Romney in, because the more Republican candidates we have fighting it out, trashing each other with negative ads and spending tons of money, the better it is for us. We want Mitt to stay in the race, and to do that, we need him to win in Michigan.
So Michigan Democrats and independents who want to see the Republican battle royale continue should just take a few minutes on Tuesday, January 15th to cast a ballot for Mitt Romney in the Republican primary.
So why are we doing this? Because we can. Because it'll be fun. And because we've suffered Republican meddling, stealing, and disenfranchisement in our elections for far too long.
Suddenly, the act of voting is considered one that is solemn and important for the Libs. Huh. I wonder if that is because crossover voting is affecting the outcome of their favored candidate The Illinois Muslim? Another wonderful example of double standards and the most rank, blatant hypocrisy from the
It's been a while since we've checked in with our exclusive political analyst, Baby Democrat. Let's do so and find out what BD has to say about this issue of crossover voting:
Awwwwwww, so the Dems don't like the same tactic they advocate and support being used against them. "Oh. Dat's. So. Sad"
If the Dems don't like the same tactics being used against them that they use against others, perhaps they should grow up, putting on their Big Boy Pants and act like adults. Oh, wait - - - wtf am I thinking? We're talking about a bunch of spoiled, selfish, egocentric children here who are only familiar with getting their own way and haven't the slightest idea how to play and work well with others.
If the Dems dislike tasting their own medicine, perhaps they need to get a brand new prescription, one that isn't so vile and bitter.
Labels: Dems Are Haters
Back to the point! Without exception, when democrats cry about something, you can take it to the bank that they have been doing that very thing they have been crying about for years. Ultimately, it’s a “can dish it out but can’t spoon it up” sort of mindset. Or, “good for me, not for thee” if you prefer.
Oh, Bad - absolutely. We are in complete agreement on this. Double standards and hypocrisy is what The Left does best!
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