Saturday, February 20, 2016

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Which Corporate faction will YOU Vote for in 2016?

13 comments:

Gert said...

So, erm... when are you going to start accepting AdWords ads on your blog? ;-)

-FJ said...

Never. Or when I have more than 10 readers, whichever comes first. ;)

Gert said...

Damn! Seems Beaker's escaped from t'asylum: I saw him a couple of hours ago at Lisa's Smut Hut (aka, the "Absolute Nadir in US Political Discourse")!!! He was sporting a menacing, grey 'danger' sign for avatar... He's in for the KILL, man!

Gert said...

Jeb!, a man so bland he hasn't got a mirror reflection, cuts his losses. Barbra refuses to let her beautiful mind be troubled by it...

Thersites said...

I guess I can now officially suspend my "anyone but Bush" campaign as well. ;)

Gert said...

So much time and energy saved, the Earth's climate can only benefit from it! ;-)

Gert said...

Hillary is probably secretly a little disappointed: against a limp d*ck, pussy power usually wins!

beamish said...

Does Woody Harrelson have a brand name for his marijuana dispensary yet?

I'm still for Gary Johnson unless Trump wins the GOP nod, in which case my cat and I will vote vote vote for the Democrat as many times as we can.

Joe Conservative said...

I voted for Johnson last time around. I may set this one out. Voting only encourages them...

FreeThinke said...

What is YOUR understanding of the phenomenon they're calling "SUPER DELEGATES?" It certainly has all-but guaranteed a victory for Hillacunt.

Apparently, this fairly recent invention of the ever-scheming De-MOCK-rats (;-) is designed to THWART The Will of the People by cleverly undermining Majority Rule.

I think the country ought to discuss, dissect, scrutinize, and hopefully DEFEAT this D'Rat machination by having it declared unconstitutional.

What's "constitutional" these days, you ask? Apparently anything a shitting president and the Supreme Cunt want to SAY it is. The definition of constitutionality has become as fluid as the blood seeping from a fresh cutlass wound on the body politic.

What do YOU think, –– and more important –– what do you KNOW ––, about the existence of SUPER DELEGATES and the effect they have on our electoral process?

-FJ said...

from Bustle:

In the Democratic Party, superdelegates can vote for whichever candidate they wish regardless of how the state that they come from votes, and in total, superdelegates comprise about 15 percent of the total delegates that determine the nomination.

The GOP, however, has decided to establish fewer superdelegates than the Democrats. In the Republican Party, the only people who get superdelegate status are the three members of each state’s national party. This means that in the GOP, superdelegates are only about 7 percent of the total number of delegates.

The more important distinction, though, is that Republican superdelegates do not have the freedom to vote for whichever candidate they please. The national Republican Party ruled in 2015 that their superdelegates must vote for the candidate that their state voted for, and that’s the biggest difference between Republican and Democratic superdelegates.

FreeThinke said...

Thank you for the information, but ARE such practices "constitutional?"

It seems the way the DemonRats go about it, the practice is manipulative, devious, exclusionary and decidedly UN-democratic.

Would you agree?

-FJ said...

Political parties are not addressed in the Constitution. They represent the SuperEgo's opposed to and/or supportive of the government. They are the "hearts" of the Constitutionally established political system, NOT their "heads".