Surrender Monkey Friday: Moonbat Over Alaska

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Surrendie is having a good chuckle today. First, he got to witness the most inexperience presidential candidate win, a guy who was voted in by people who had not a clue who the guy was, and, now, moonbats going moonbat over something or other looking wonky in Alaska

STOLEN ELECTION IN ALASKA? (Also cross posted here)

Something stinks. Not just an ordinary low tide smell. Not like something you’d blame on the dog. It smells like an infection. For me to plug my nose, I’d have to overlook some curious facts.

In Alaska, more people voted for George W. Bush in 2004 than for Sarah Palin on Tuesday despite an identical 61-36 margin of victory. Yes. Only four years ago 54,304 Alaskansgot off their sofas and voted for Bush, but decided to sit home and not vote for Palin in 2008. In turn, I have to ignore the 30,520 Alaskans who felt progressive enough in 2004 to vote for John Kerry, but weren’t inspired to vote for Barack Obama. I would have to glance past the 1,700% increase in the Democratic caucus in February, the 20,991 newly registered voters, and the three largest political rallies in Alaska’s history. I would also have to forget the people I stood in a long line with to early vote. It would be helpful not to know every other presidential election since Alaska began keeping records has had a larger turn out than the one we just had with our own Governor on the ticket. Try not to remember 12.4% more Alaskans showed up for the August primary as compared to four years ago, before the Palin nomination. Don’t think about the Lower 49’s record voter turn out this year either. Try to delete the memory file, though difficult, that 80% of us approved of Sarah Palin just two months ago.

Something stinks. You don’t care? Obama won. Yes. He. Did! Free at Last! Wait. Democracy demands all of the votes be counted…if you can find them.

So, reading this rambling, convoluted, hysterical article (and I mean hysterical in both ways), I get the feeling that Shannyn Moore thinks that 2004 and 2008 were stolen in Alaska. But, hey, why don’t we all go over and ask her if she thinks all the votes from the overseas military folks who are residents of Virginia should be counted. I asked, she never bothered to answer. Sure, it won’t make a difference, but, count every vote, right?

And even the Washington Postgoes barking moonbat on this.

There’s also a bit of whining about Ted Stevens and his close race. Notice that those on the left are not concerned about Cold Cash Jefferson, who is still under indictment, and won his District Primary, and will face a general election on December 6th.

These are the same people who worried not about ACORN and their election fraud. The same people who cared not about the people who were voting multiple times. And they just can’t move on. Take victory graciously.

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