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May 21, 2008

Andrea Mitchell: Election Will Be Stolen from O'Bigot

The hard-left ideologues at MSNBC are already laying the groundwork for another "stolen election" charade should their candidate Obama not prevail in November. Even for Andrea Mitchell, this is some shockingly irresponsible tinfoil-hat moonbattery:

There are, you know, Republican governors and Secretaries of State, if you will, Katherine Harris-type election officials in those states. So, even though he may have won primaries or caucuses in those states, he has to go up against the establishment, which would be Republican, and he has to figure out a way to get a fair vote if he's the nominee in those red states.

In other words, if Obama doesn't win in conservative states, it won't be because conservatives are highly unlikely to vote for an unqualified, America-loathing, Marxist black supremacist, but because the election officials cheated.

Judging by the Florida fiasco in 2000 and the Diebold crapola in 2004, many of Obama's supporters are probably sufficiently paranoid and gullible to take charges like this seriously. Maybe MSNBC thinks some race riots will help pull its ratings out of the dumps.

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Mitchell: Either retarded, or trying to lay the groundwork for riots.

On a tip from Cheetah.

Posted by Van Helsing at May 21, 2008 8:55 PM

Comments

You mean like Clark County Illinois? Where every single Democrat has voted in every election for the last 80+ years? Whether they were alive or not? Or a dog? And sometimes, it would seem, in alphabetical order? (not that Yankees have a corner on that market... remember how "Landslide Lyndon" got his nickname?)

Posted by: hiram13pm at May 21, 2008 9:31 PM

I can picture it now:
Scene one: Lib stuffing the ballot box, while his friend keeps look-out.
Scene two:TV reporter announces Barack lost. The two libs scream and swear about "racist KKK hicks", who supposedly stole the election from Barack.
Scene three:Libs protest on corners and wave signs saying Barack won but the EVIL republicans stole it from him, and calling anyone who disagrees with them racist and saying "Your one of them!"

Posted by: conservativeteen at May 21, 2008 9:54 PM

Residents of America's moonbat havens simply cannot imagine losing in 2008; therefore, any GOP win MUST be perceived as the result of foul play. It was the same in Portland, the day after the 2004 presidential election; I watched the shell-shocked faces of commuters as they struggled to understand why the rest of the country didn't think like them (hint: not everybody is a liberal).

Posted by: PabloD at May 21, 2008 10:04 PM

McLame might be semi-moonbat but if anyone accuses him of stealing the election he's not going to sit around quietly like Bush. He's nowhere near as nice. He'll rip the heads off any moonbat "journalist" that publishes an "expose" on how the GOP stole the election and shite down their neck, pardon the French.

And over his eight years in office he's going to swing from semi-liberal into fullblown Reagan conservative, mark my words.

If the moonbat population thought Bush was Hitler for overthrowing Saddam and splashing terrorists at Gitmo, they're going to have to dream up a new designation of ultimate evil for McCain.

Satan, perhaps.

They thought their mellows were harshed before, think again.

Posted by: mandible claw at May 21, 2008 10:27 PM

We can only hope that the pollsters are accurate (this time)... that in many states, Hillary supporters won't vote for Obama and vice-versa. Considering that 'Slick Willie', in both of the elections he 'won', never got more that 48% of the popular vote (due to in-fighting in the GOP), it'd be a case of Turnabout=Fairplay.

And isn't it nice that all this Dhimmicrat bickering has drained their coffers while at the same time putting the 'negative ads' in the electorate's head so early? McCain is playing it smart, I say: Laying low and letting them... well...


Petard..

Hoist...

etc...

:)

Posted by: hiram13pm at May 21, 2008 10:35 PM

And over his eight years in office he's going to swing from semi-liberal into fullblown Reagan conservative, mark my words.

M. Claw, I hope like hell you're correct, but what makes you think that he will undergo this metamorphosis?

Did you see who he invited to his house to talk, ostensibly, about being his vice-president? Romney, Bobby Jindal, and Florida governer Charlie Crist. I don't know much about Crist, but Bobby Jindal on the ticket would be dynamite, especially if McCain were to have an unfortunate recurrence of his cancer.

Posted by: ent at May 21, 2008 11:16 PM

If voters like me are willing to cross party lines and vote McCain, how does the affirmative-action candidate expect to win?

Posted by: hashfanatic at May 22, 2008 1:43 AM

Isn't this ironic....

Hill has more actual votes but this time there is no problem using indirect represenation to crown thier king.

Posted by: Sean M at May 22, 2008 1:47 AM

And over his eight years in office he's going to swing from semi-liberal into fullblown Reagan conservative, mark my words.

Doubtful. Why? Juan McCain doesn't want to win. Every time he has an opportunity to slam Hussein Obama, he doesn't do it. When Republicans run attack ads on Obama, McCain apologizes. He's a full blown libtard in RINO clothing.

And the very fact that our resident liberal troll will be voting for McCant only solidifies the fact that he's not conservative.

Posted by: Kristy at May 22, 2008 2:24 AM

P.S. It comes as no surprise that McCain's former adviser was a DEMOCRAT.

Posted by: Kristy at May 22, 2008 2:27 AM

Looks like the Democrat Socialists are seeing their plan go bad and so out comes ...

It never ceases to amaze that the ignorant public buys this tripe.

Posted by: bill-tb at May 22, 2008 4:20 AM

McCain is a moderate, he has some liberal aspects and some conservative. With the mood of the country right now, a pure conservative has zero chance of winning. After 4 years of Obama they might but the damage done by that Marxist would be incalculable and not worth the risk. Once you get something like national healthcare it going to take a nuclear war or asteroid impact on the Earth to dislodge it. So Ill reluctantly vote McCain. The more I hear about Obama the more he terrifies me - and with a Democratic Congress he will be able to ram thru Marxist policies. At least with McCain, its likely he will be a 1 termer due to his age and the Republicans can begin rebuilding the party in preparing for 2012. Im hoping McCain chooses a real conservative to be his VP so whoever that is will be ready for 2012.

Posted by: Anonymous at May 22, 2008 4:43 AM

If the MSM/Libs lay enough of this before-the-fact "Obama lost because of racism/Obama lost because the Republicans stole the election" groundwork, will they take responsibility if people die in the riots?

As if!

Just as a reminder, because the MSM looped the worst parts of the "Rodney King tape", without reminding the masses of how it all started - AMERICAN CITIZENS DIED in the L.A. riots.

The same thing could happen in East St. Louis, Detroit, south-central L.A., Newark, Atlanta...because the Lib/Democrat leadership in these cities will do nothing to remind their populations that "Obama might lose because he is a Leftist.".

Posted by: on-the-rocks at May 22, 2008 5:32 AM

I hope the red state election officials are "Katherine Harris-types". She diplayed honesty and integrity in her job and OBEYED THE LAW.

Posted by: steven at May 22, 2008 5:39 AM

I fear for my friends in the US if the MSM play the race card on O'Bigots behalf when McCain takes up residence in the White House.

As Hillary has more actual votes, maybe she'll become the candidate....Even that may cause trouble with some of the populous.

My prayers are with you.

Posted by: essemess at May 22, 2008 6:05 AM

If Shillary gets the nomination over Obama then the Obama supporters will burn Denver to the ground. Ok, maybe not to the ground but it will resemble the car burning craze in Paris Fwance a couple of years ago.

Posted by: Anonymous at May 22, 2008 6:33 AM

I vote for the "she's retarded" choice on Ms. Mitchell. Only a retarded person would promote an idea that could cause rioting that could cost life and limb at their own convention. I believe some in the media are so obsessed with "manipulating others" that common sense and thinking about repercussions never crosses their minds.

Posted by: HoosierArmyMom at May 22, 2008 7:36 AM

http://www.mediaresearch.org/biasbasics/biasbasics3.asp

From the above site:

In 1972, when 62 percent of the electorate chose President Richard Nixon, 81 percent of the media elite voted for liberal Democratic Senator George McGovern.

I think we're looking at essentially the same dynamic, now. The extent to which so many media people who should know better have convinced themselves that a right wing uber power controls the planet tells me that the mundane truth is they are a well off, tightly knit group, who simply don't get (or allow in) a variety of opinion.

An example is SF Chronicle editor Phil Bronstein, who was on TV several days ago, insisting that liberals are held to a tougher standard than conservatives, because the bumpkins in the US won't accept that John Hagee's support of John McCain is on exactly the same level, if not worse, than Jeremiah Wright's support of Barack Obama. Even though, to Bronstein's credit, he admitted that McCain hadn't been present in Hagee's church for the past 20 years, Hagee didn't marry McCain and his wife, or baptize McCain's children, he still finished by saying, "There's a different standard!"

I'll say, but not the one Bronstein thinks.

Posted by: avalon at May 22, 2008 7:49 AM

Sadly, I think we in the US need to prepare for the worst before the election. Its time now to start battening down the hatches and prepare for race riots that will make the Rodney King South Central LA Riots look tame by comparison. Better to be prepared to defend your self, your property and your liberty in case everything goes to Hell in a Handbasket.

Personally, I think there will be riots no matter who wins. If Obama gets it, we'll have 'celebration riots' and 'now we get to stick it to Whitey'. If he loses, well, 'We was robbed, so now we gonna go rob'. Denver better have its firemen all on standby.

Posted by: Brooklyn Red Leg at May 22, 2008 7:50 AM

MSNBC becomes more unwatchable as days go by. Even Joe Scarborough has had the good sense to stay away from his own show the last two weeks. In his place, the allegedly conservative Pat Buchanan has been nodding in agreement to all of the moonbat nonsense expressed by Mika Brysienski, Mike Barnicle, Harold Ford and an endless parade of liberal guests. Besides Scarborough, Tucker Carlson is the only other individual on that network I can stand at all and the programmers recently pulled the plug on his show.

Posted by: Refuter Of Liberal Vermin at May 22, 2008 10:53 AM

I agree with Red Leg, we should all prepare for a responsible defense from the worst... Level head, but plenty of provisions and ammo. We may have to barracade ourselves in our homes to be safe from the insanity that may errupt.

Posted by: HoosierArmyMom at May 22, 2008 11:58 AM

I thought she was great in that movie, "The Dark Crystal", but otherwise, she thoroughly sucks.

Posted by: ccoffer at May 22, 2008 1:09 PM

"Brooklyn Red Leg at May 22, 2008 7:50 AM"

I don't know about the rest of you, but ever since the 2000 election and the Liberal threats of bringing in FOREIGNERS to "supervise" American elections, I have gone to the polling stations with a loaded pistol and rifle in the trunk of my car.

Posted by: KHarn at May 22, 2008 5:04 PM

Preparedness: not just for DNC conventions or post-jury-verdict riots, but a good idea for every day.

Posted by: PabloD at May 22, 2008 5:57 PM

"Even Joe Scarborough has had the good sense to stay away from his own show the last two weeks."

Uh, vermin? His wife is having a KID.

I agree MSNBC has become unbearable, but that's only because it represents the polar opposite of YOUR extreme, the typical Fox News viewer.

It's reactionary, but it did represent a viewpoint that half the nation could respond to.

Unfortunately, they split their audience into half by going whole-hog into the tank for Obama, and they'll soon be doing as poorly as all the other propagandists are...

Posted by: hashfanatic at May 22, 2008 10:22 PM

And over his eight years in office he's going to swing from semi-liberal into fullblown Reagan conservative, mark my words.

M. Claw, I hope like hell you're correct, but what makes you think that he will undergo this metamorphosis?

Simple character assessment. McCain's shown he isn't the type to play the political game, can't even be bothered. He simply does what he feels like, even to the point of being contrarian. With a Democratic congress and the increasing visibility of Democratic activist groups in the media, as the Democrats continue to bug him and try to undermine his power he will react. Say what you like about the guy, he's as tough as nails. Whereas the liberals took advantage of Bush's goodheartedness and eventually wore him down over eight years, McCain will react the opposite way.

Hey, I could be wrong, but it's gonna be interesting to find out.

If it doesn't go down the way I said it would, I will eat my hat. Course, you'll just have to believe me that I actually ate it, cos you've no way to check.

Did you see who he invited to his house to talk, ostensibly, about being his vice-president? Romney, Bobby Jindal, and Florida governer Charlie Crist. I don't know much about Crist, but Bobby Jindal on the ticket would be dynamite, especially if McCain were to have an unfortunate recurrence of his cancer.

Posted by: ent at May 21, 2008 11:16 PM

Thar ya go, Jindal is the closest to the next Reagan that America's got. And he looks like one of those ventriloquist puppets, he'd scare the crap out of old Mahmoud.

Crist on the other hand is drinking the emissions Kool-aid.

Hadn't kept track of who McCain is considering for VP, thanks for the heads-up (I'm not as American as my interest in politics might suggest hehe)

Posted by: mandible claw at May 22, 2008 10:35 PM

Mitchell is just weaving doubt to try and scare Obama supporters into accepting Hitlery on the ticket...Mitchell has been shilling for Shrillary the whole campaign season, her and her hubby, Fed Bank gangster Greenspan....remember Hitlery saying she was going to call him for a special 'housing crisis' summit?
cmon man, learn how this thing works....

Posted by: Shootingsparks at May 23, 2008 12:37 AM

Hashhead, regardless, Scarborough has not been on his show the last 2 weeks, the reasoning as to why, is irrelevant. My initial posting was 100% correct.

Posted by: Refuter Of Liberal Vermin at May 23, 2008 12:06 PM

"There are, you know, Republican governors and Secretaries of State, if you will, Katherine Harris-type election officials in those states."

Well, then she should have nothing to worry about because if those election officials are of the "Katherine Harris-type," they'll do exactly what Harris did: follow the law and perform her duties as Secretary of State with integrity. Who does this bi*ch think she is to slander Harris like this? As the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed in no uncertain terms, Harris did exactly what Florida law mandated. The fact that she was unwilling to capitulate to the liberal fascists (the ones who saw nothing wrong with criticizing her appearance), and simply regard the law as a "suggestion," got her crucified by the MSM. She was branded "Cruella De Vil" for not allowing the recounts go on forever, or at least until Gore was suddenly the winner.

These people are UNBELIEVABLE! This woman is a power-broker in the media and she KNOWS that the most liberal paper in Florida financed its own recount, and BUSH STILL WON. Andrea Mitchell is a scumbag to imply that Harris did something wrong. It makes me sick.

Posted by: Sean A at May 23, 2008 7:23 PM