The She Woman Man Haters Club

by: the Common Constitutionalist

I was not aware that there are different types of voters. All this time I thought there was just one. In one respect, I guess I’m correct. If you’re a Republican, or certainly a conservative, there is only one. However, Democrats, you see, have more options.

A Democrat can be a standard off-the-rack voter. Or he or she may be an illegal alien voter. A Democrat can be a multiple voter, casting several ballots – he or she can be a multistate voter or a multiple mail-in voter. The options seem endless. It’s a great time to be a sleazy Democrat.

But now, according to MoveOn.org, Democrats can be “Supervoters”! (no link – it was a email blast)

Unfortunately this moniker is only reserved for women.

Isn’t that sexist, you may ask? Of course not. Don’t be silly. Sexism, like racism is a one-way street. Just as “minorities” can’t be racist, women can’t be sexist. Come on conservatives – try to keep up.

Anyway, Anna Galland, the head harpy at MoveOn.org says that, “Women across the country do amazing and powerful things every day, but we have a special superpower right now: Our votes.”

She asks rhetorically: “Why are we so powerful now? Why are we Supervoters?”

She then explains that everyone wants them (trust me Anna – no one wants you). Both Republicans and Democrats are trying to lock up the female vote – because, you know – the female vote is so much different than the male. She says that Senate candidates in particular are trying to “woo” women.

Galland cheerfully exclaims: “Lucky for us, women tend to be more progressive than men.” Yes, it’s those evil Republican men that have made it so difficult for women all these years.

And just what have the Republicans done? Well Anna ticks off a whole laundry list of complaints. Oh, I’m sorry. Was that sexist to mention women and laundry in the same sentence? More than likely.

Evidently, Republicans have slashed education funding, closed abortion clinics and given control of contraceptives to the women’s employers. Wow – Republicans sure must hate women.

Galland claims that, “We understand that putting some of these guys in power is like giving our most misogynist, anti-choice, creepy uncle a leading role in deciding how we and our families should live our lives. No thanks!”

I wonder if she hates all males or just Republican men? My guess is that she is fine with the sniveling metrosexual weenie liberal men who say “how high” when she says “jump”.

She continues with a litany of liberal issues that will somehow all be in jeopardy if Republicans take the Senate. Issues like abortion and contraception, of course – illegal immigration – education funding and social services.

According to Galland, these are the only issues women care about. Evidently they don’t care about jobs. Women are apathetic over the pitiful economy – the deficit and debt. Apparently they don’t care about staggeringly higher Obamacare premiums or reduced medical coverage. I guess they don’t care about Ebola or terrorism. They apparently don’t mind that the price of everything is going up, save for a temporary reprieve of the price of gas.

These “Supervoters” are not supposed to be concerned that their own children are falling ill to a strange respiratory disease sweeping the nation, that just happens to coincide with the massive influx of illegals. I guess as long as they have their condoms and abortion on demand, the whole world can melt down around them.

If I were a woman, I would be insulted by someone or organization who thinks I’m just that stupid. This post is an insult to all intelligent women, but of course, that’s not who she’s appealing to, is it.

Elections Will Be Stolen

from: IBD

Theft: As “calibration errors” switch votes in Illinois and Maryland, an election watchdog group sues the latter over massive voting by noncitizens in one county after discovering voters registered in multiple states.

The fact that many people will do anything to get out of jury duty has exposed massive fraudulent voting in Frederick County, Md., that may have been going on for years. Illegal aliens who stated they were noncitizens on jury duty forms were found to have cast votes in elections. read more

Colorado Vying for Election Fraud Champion

by: the Common Constitutionalist:

Evidently Colorado has been working hard to obtain the crown of biggest election cheaters in the nation. They have some stiff competition, but with Governor John Hickenlooper’s 2013 signing of a new election law, I’m sure they feel confident.

The 2013 law has effectively nullified Election Day in Colorado. All ballots are now mailed to voters far in advance. Of course one can’t just mail back the ballot. According to the Jefferson County election website, “You must seal your ballot in the official return envelope”, and then one can mail it in.

But is there another option if you choose not to mail in your ballot? Why yes… yes there is. You may drop off your ballot at any one of many 24-hour, undoubtedly unmanned drop-off sites.

Colorado Common Cause thinks this is a great idea, saying that, “Under the new law, every registered voter will receive a mail ballot and it will be their decision on how to cast their vote. Voters can mail back their ballot, drop it off, or vote at a voting service center during early voting or on Election Day.”

“The goal was to assure maximum access to the ballot and integrity in elections,” said Carol Tone of the Colorado League of (liberal) Women Voters. read more

Good News for Texas Voters

from: the American Thinker:

Thanks to the Supreme Court, the new Texas voter ID law was in effect when early voting began in the 2014 midterm. The court upheld the Fifth Circuit’s stay pending appeal of an October 11, 2014 District Court injunction barring implementation of the law’s voter ID provisions. The last-minute injunction was issued by Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos in an opinion whose content and timing make it smell suspiciously like the grievance industry’s race card.

[E]ven where specific discriminatory practices end, their effects persist. It takes time for those who have suffered discrimination to slowly assert their power.  Because of past discrimination and intimidation, there is a general pattern by African-Americans of not having the power to fully participate.

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A Vote Against Obama

by: the Common Constitutionalist

Last week, during a speech at Northwestern University Barack Obama exclaimed, “I am not on the ballot this fall. Michelle’s pretty happy about that. But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them.”

It took no time at all for Republicans to respond. GOP spokeswoman Kirsten Kukowski said of Obama’s statement: “some not so great news for 2014 Democrats: president Obama just nationalized all of their races. As president Obama made clear by declaring that his agenda was on the ballot this fall, a vote for a Democrat is a vote for him and his failed policies.”

Ms. Kukowski is in fact right. A Gallup poll found that nearly 60% of Republicans said their vote would be to oppose Obama. I suppose this is good news for establishment Republicans, although nationalizing the race may not be as great as the establishment thinks.

Nationalizing an election can be a good thing when a national party has something to offer, as in 1994, the year of the “Contract with America”. This time around, Republicans have nothing to offer other than we’re not as bad as Obama. read more