Wednesday, October 20, 2010

We get what we deserve. . .

If the voters of Amurkkka decide to reinstall the party of Bush, Gingrich, etc. then we will get what they deserve. This country will be led down a path of destruction with all the people at the top having so much resource that it won't matter to them. Meanwhile, everyone will be working for minimum wage with poor healthcare.
Fuck the voters of Amurkkka. Let them get what they deserve.
Just remember that it's your children and all who come after you who will really suffer.
I just don't fucking care anymore.

AP-GfK Poll: Likely voters ready to embrace GOP

AP – FILE - In this Oct. 14, 2010 file photo, Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle, left, and …
By LIZ SIDOTI, AP National Political Writer – 6 mins ago
WASHINGTON – All signs point to huge Republican victories in two weeks, with the GOP now leading Democrats on virtually every measure in an Associated Press-GfK poll of people likely to vote in the first major elections of Barack Obama's presidency.
In the final survey before Election Day, likely voters say the GOP would do a better job than Democrats on handling the economy, creating jobs and running the government.
Most also think the country's headed in the wrong direction. More than half disapprove of Obama's job performance. And even more don't like the Democratic-controlled Congress.


Herbert Weaver said...

I've reached a level of frustration with the ineffectual Dems and the willfully ignorant voters where the only option left seems to be let them in, let them fuck up, let everyone realize they made a big mistake, everyone dumps the conservatives, everyone lives happily ever after.

I know you ain't big on this so let me offer you a crumb of comfort: remember: the pollsters are doing the same shit they did in 2008. They're not phoning cell phones which excludes most younger and poorer people who would be voting Dem. And these polls are based on the incorrect assumption that any loser who actually bothers to answer the phone and talk to some shitty pollster represents normal people. Nope. They represent old folks and weirdos. So, basically, the poll numbers are wrong and skewed very much in the favor of the GOP.

Also, the media keeps on pushing the narrative that the "enthusiasm gap" effects only Dems. Wrong. There are just as many people who voted for McCain in 2008 who are sick of the Republicans and might stay home too because they're not dumb enough to vote for Teabagger candidates.

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GrannyStandingforTruth said...


Stop! Herbert is right. They cheated and changed the electorate votes during the President elections how many times I lost count that includes the polls.

Don't pay the polls any attention. Just make sure you get out and vote and tell others to vote too.

GrannyStandingforTruth said...

Oh yeah, don't forget how they had McCain winning in the Presidential election.

SagaciousHillbilly said...

Granny, of course I will vote. I want to reserve my right to bitch and complain.
Herb, I just don't see the voters learning anything. They got 8 yrs of hell under Bush the MoronMonkeyBoy, elected Obama for change and now won't give him a chance and are ready to go right back to their patriarchal prick party.

Herbert Weaver said...

I think we'll be alright. You know the thing the voters love? Leadership. Or, more precisely, looking like you're a big tough leader. Whatever good Obama may or may not do, he'll never appeal to wingnuts because he doesn't come off like that. Bush did. He might have been a borderline retarded war criminal, but he was "The Decider" and they digged that. But there's no-one in the Tea Party or the GOP who looks like they could lead a frigging scout troop. There's no Reagan or Bush to capture the wingnut imagination. They'll fade away. I say, let them in, let them fail, get a Dem majority back in 2012.

SagaciousHillbilly said...

Herb, See, I never saw MoronMonkeyBoy as a leader. . . more of a . . . moronmonkeyboy.
The first time I really listened to Obama, after the Iowa caucus, I thought "thank god, a leader has arrived." I still hear and see that leader.
Problem is, it takes lots of time to fix things in this country with our processes and the Amurkkkan public is not willing to give Mr. Obama the time he needs. . . which is another 6 yrs.

Herbert Weaver said...

You and I didn't see Bush as a leader. But dumbasses did. We might see qualities of leadership in Obama, but they're too subtle for the baggers to respect.

tom said...

So how did we get in this mud puddle?
1) Screaming about how much it costs to educate our kids

2) screaming about high taxes (except for military spending and tax breaks for the Oil Companies

3) screaming about "don't throw money at the problem" when in FACT properly thrown money (not pallets of it lost in Iraq) WILL fix things

4) Loosing the actual media (the Wash Post and the NYT are shadows of their former selves and don't do their job

5) Not hitting harder back at crazies like Beck, Limbaugh and the Orange Man and his ilk

oh we are in for a long winter
but hopefully the NEXT election cycle the folke will pay attention

Daisy Kingston said...

People are angry because President Obama can't snap his fingers and make the Bush years disappear. They need to come to terms with the fact that the damage Bush did is going to take years (and several good Presidents) to fix.