Monday, November 12, 2018

Blue Votes Matter

            Blue Votes Matter! All votes don’t matter, mind you, just blue ones. At least in a contested election and after the fact. It’s truly remarkable the percentage of votes dead people and non-citizens cast for Democrats as opposed to Republicans. And now, lawyers for Democratic Senator Bill Nelson have filed a federal lawsuit that claims Florida is disenfranchising voters by not counting mail-in ballots it received after Election Day, even though state law requires all mail ballots to be received by the time the polls close, which was 7 p.m. on November 6th. But most Democrats believe the law is only for chumps and Republicans to obey…as if there was a difference.
You can almost see the thought bubble above the heads of Brenda Snipes and the sleazy liberal lawyers: “Came into the country illegally? Fine. Step right into the voting booth, my friend. Sent your vote in days late? No problem, we’ll get it counted anyway. Screw the wishes of actual citizens acting within the law. Let’s just count votes in perpetuity, since we know all of them will be for our side, except for the few we threw in to make it look legit, hehe!”
Antifa, illegal immigrants, Democratic election supervisors, and liberal lawyers all pay no price—or are actually rewarded— for breaking the law with impunity. Why the hell should the rest of us pay any attention to it? And, by-the-way, I want my vote to be counted in German elections…and those to determine the Chief Dogcatcher in the Macedonian town of Bogdanci. I’d like to be a member of Israel’s Knesset, too.
It appears that an employee of Avis Car Rentals Fort Lauderdale location discovered two boxes, apparently containing ballots belonging to Brenda Snipes office, in the trunk of a rental car that a member of Snipes’ organization had returned Sunday night, days after the election. Ironically, shortly thereafter, the airport was closed down due to an alleged bomb threat, preventing GOP representatives and journalists from witnessing the handling of the alleged votes. I don’t know about you, but I hate that when that happens.
Oddly enough, thousands of votes have been “discovered” in Georgia long after the polls closed as well, the vast majority of them going for Democrat Stacey Abrams in that state’s gubernatorial race. Rumor has it that the “Ballot of Billy the Kid” was counted—for Abrams, of course—as was that of everyone else, dead or alive, real or imagined, after polling places closed.
            In Arizona, Kirsten Sinema “defeated” Martha McSally, after McSally was ahead for most of the counting. But, really, why wouldn’t a Taliban-supporting ignorant air-head like Sinema defeat a fellow woman who served her own country as a fighter-pilot and who has a working familiarity with logic and reason? Maybe some voters got confused and wrote in Sally McMartha.
            In any case, Republicans’ advantage across the South is diminishing rapidly, and will certainly be gone in the next few years due to demographic changes alone. “Blue Bayou” will soon be a reality instead of just a song title. The life is being progressively squeezed out of the American republic, and so it turns bluer and bluer.
            And, if progressive candidates don’t get enough votes to win fairly on Election Day, their aiders and abettors will simply “find” more votes…somewhere out there…in the vast, endless swamp.

I felt so bad I had a worried mind
I was so bitter all the time
Since I left my sanity behind
On Blue Bayou

Gonna try to steal power again
Others' beliefs we will cleanse
So we’ll all feel superior again
On Blue Bayou

Creating ballots, committing crimes
Working ‘til the sun don't shine
Looking forward to happier times
On Blue Bayou

We’ll stab your back today
Come what may
In Blue Bayou
Where the truth is spun
And the world is mine
On Blue Bayou 

Where we fish for votes
And blame other folks
‘Cuz we so love to see
That familiar surprise
In their sleepy eyes
Oh, how happy we be

Oh, that ballot of mine
Won’t be cast aside
We’ll be winning soon
You can’t turn the tide 

 As I tweeted today
 Gonna take away
 The votes I dislike
 ‘Cause It’s you we’ll screw
 Until our dreams come true
 On Blue, Blue Bayou!

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