Friday, April 8, 2011

A funny thing happened on the way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court

A far as messed-up elections go, this Kloppenburg-Prosser affair in Wisconsin has been enormously amusing for me.  It’s one of those rare occasions when a “clerical error” has gone in favor of a republican candidate.  By rare, I mean as rare as hobby-horse dung.  By messed-up, I mean it’s one of those typical close elections that attracts liberal socialist thuggery like President Obama attracts re-election endorsements from third-world dictators.

In past elections, with vote totals separated by razor-thin margins, we could count on our socialist friends pulling up in their mobile home with out-of-state tags.  They would disgorge the typical bevy of sympathetic lawyers, slack-jawed union muscle, and traitorous news media.  We’ve seen their operation in Washington when Gregoire stole the governor’s seat, and in Minnesota with Franken, just to name a few.  When stakes could not be higher, the circus comes to Wisconsin.  The funny part is, I think they may have been out-maneuvered.

There are some things in life you can count on.  Water is wet, the sun rises in the east, and commies will always act like commies.  I don’t know if Kathy Nickolaus, the Waukesha County Clerk, counted on the commie recount van showing up and threw them a curve ball by intentionally withholding those 14,000 votes, or the votes were simply lost in a clerical error.  If it was a clerical error, I call it fortuitous.  If it was by design, I call it brilliant (as long as the votes were genuine and not fraudulent – if she’s a fraud, she needs to go to jail).

I’m sure the liberal socialist angst is palpable, specifically after running all the same old dirty tricks in their How to Steal Elections play book.  The reporting error provided the socialists with an erroneous target number, the nut they needed to crack to steal this thing.  By the time they were done, their candidate was up by 200 votes.  Never mind there were indications of over votes in some democratic precincts.  Sound familiar?  Then, out of the blue, “Oops, I seem to have found 14,000 votes that were previously unreported.”  That’s a deficit that will likely not be overcome by our liberal socialist election thieves without a much higher risk of exposure.  They have to be mad as hell.

I’m sure their post-election tantrum will result in investigations, maybe some law suits, because that’s how they roll. They will cite all kinds violated laws and principles in feigned indignation. They will showcase their hypocrisy by calling for the system they loathe to take action against their political foes.  I must confess, it’s kind of fun to watch.

1 comment:

  1. Yup real fun to watch....One crooked bunch trying to out do the other crooked bunch. All being done on the taxpayer dime and screwing with America's democratic voting system. Why not just do away with the whole dam thing and simply allow one term liberal and the next to be tea bagger and save the tax payers the cost of elections and recounts? What would be really funny is to have Americans wake up and dump all the liberals and conservatives and move away from the two party rule and put the whole bunch in the unemployment lines they have created. Now that would be truly really funny.