Wednesday, January 30, 2008

No Surprises In Florida

No surprises in Florida. Caligula is gone, having wasted an immense amount of everyone's time on a presidential bid that everyone knew he never had a chance to win. Pure vanity, I guess. Caligula has now thrown his support, for what it's worth, behind Mr. Potato Head. Surprise, surprise.

One odd thing I notice is that Rush Limbaugh is hinting on his web site that Mr. Potato Head and/or the shadowy figures behind him, who picked McCain as the Sea Hag's palooka for November 4th, 2008, did some Diebold Diddling in Florida to make sure the numbers turn out right. Probably to make damned good and sure Caligula got the message and got the hell out before Super Tuesday. I wonder if these dog and pony shows every four years will be anywhere near as fun once the realization finally sinks in that, like professional wrestling, all this election nonsense is choreographed and faked and the results pre-ordained?

The Sea Hag slaughtered Hussein, 51% to 35% or something on that order, last time I checked. The media moaned that Florida has no democratic delegates, as if delegates or no delegates made a damned bit of difference to anything. But we did get a taste of Super Tuesday. My gut feeling is that Hussein won't take a single state next Tuesday, but I need to go down the list of states again--there might be another Southern state in there with enough nigger votes so that if they Diebold Diddle it away from Hussein, it might be just a little bit too obvious that the game is rigged.

Update: Okay, having looked at the primary map--Hussein might be allowed to take Georgia and Alabama. The Sea Hag's people know she has credibility issues and no one is going to believe all those niggers in Atlanta voted for Hillary Clinton. So: I'll give the Obamanation a max of two monkoid-infested Southern states.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Harlan Markwalder said...

Harold, I LOVE these nicknames you make up for these scum!

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yah, but HAC forgot a nickname for Romney, although "Mitt" is funny enough, I mean, who names their kid Mitt? Or is that short for Merkin Muffley, the whiny usa president from the old flick "Dr Strangelove".

Mike Petersen

2:14 PM  
Blogger The Old Man said...

I dunno. Maybe I just haven't seen enough of him, but Romney doesn't seem to lend himself right away to a sobriquet. He seems squeaky clean personally, not a bad looking guy, seems articulate, no odd physical characteristics (McCain is a carticaturist's dream), etc. I'll think of something, if I need to, but he'll probably be gone after Tuesday.

1:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These elections are a pointless farce. We need to be shooting these bastards and blowing them up, not voting for them.

10:52 AM  

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