:: Friday, 10 October 2003 ::
Wog Views of Ahhnold's Cahleeforneeah
Just so youse all know what I am thinking:
I am thinking:
Did you notice in the voting that 3 something million folks voted against the recall - meaning they voted to leave Gray Davis in office - but only 2 something million voted for Democrat candidates as Governor in the event the recall went ahead (ie the important second part of their vote).
And did you know more people voted for Ahhnold and Tom McLintock the other Republican candidate than voted against the recall.
Looks like a convincing win to me.
Now the 1 million or so folks who voted against the recall but then did not vote for Democrat candidates to be Governor were either too stupid to do the second part (unlikely) or somehow crazy in the head enough not to want a recall but then to admit that, if it happened, maybe Ahhhnold etc should get the gig.
Whatever happened to the Democrat vote, but, one thing is sure. It is not disenfranchising to have to travel a bit further to a polling booth. Jesse Jackson declared briefly that Democrats were disenfranchised (by which he means black people because for him they have a hive mind for voting......ziff) because polling booths were in different places to the places 11 months before, when the actual last election was held.
Imbecile, patronising idiot.
It is not "disenfranchising" of a vote to have to haul your lard-arse to a voting station. It is "where the voting station is".
Hopefully, this vote will shake up America's awful left-wing that thinks wogs (ie blacks, Latinos, Asians etc) have no other political destiny but to suck off left-wing politicians and vote for 'em for ever.
That is what I have been thinking about the recall.
:: WB 5:31 am [link+] ::