Wednesday, June 6, 2012

A Tale of Two Queens

First, there was British Queen Elizabeth celebrating her Diamond Jubilee - 60 years as Great Britain's reigning monarch.

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And then there was this drama queen in Wisconsin...



"This is the end of Democracy..."
Yeah. All that pesky voting and such! I note often that liberals are irony impaired, but in a democracy, voters elected Scott Walker as governor. There was a minority of union leaders, miscreants and ne'er-do-wells, who spent a lot of time and money to try to undo the results of that election in a recall, which Scott Walker won with even a larger margin of victory this time around.

Naturally, if your side loses twice, democracy as we know it is over and there's nothing left to do but follow the rest of the lemmings over the cliff. Mike? Mike?? The lemmings are waiting on you! Heh.

If the anti-Walker forces were out spent, it sounds like Walker got a lot of support from people who were appreciative of his hauling the state back from the edge of insolvency, in greater numbers than wanted to see the state turned over to a union stooge.

Perhaps this young liberal will join with us in requiring photo IDs for all voters, to lessen the possibility of elections being stolen by either side? Bueller? Bueller??

4 comments:

  1. I saw that clip last night. Boy need to go back to school and do him some book learnin'.

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    1. "If you disagree with me, then Democracy is dead". I dunno. I always kinda thought that Democracy existed for just such times as when people disagreed. He not only needs book learnin', but a little Xanax and maybe some decaf?

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  2. What's hilarious is this little assclown doesn't even understand the logical implication of his complaint, namely that his side failed to buy as many votes as the other side did. The little dumbass is equating fundraising with electoral success, so he's saying they didn't purchase enough popular support.

    Leftists are the absolute scum of this earth.

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    1. That's what you call a fine Wisconsin whine...

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