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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

A Few Notes on Mentally-Disabled Voters

David Horowitz has noticed that some of the Democratic vote came from the retarded-American community. This is nothing new. In 2004, the Republicans were taking steps to counter it. I don't know if that happened this time. Maybe Democratic voters were hired for Project Orca.

I also noticed much of the reaction from the Left has resembled the following Bart Simpson saying:

  • I didn't do it!
  • Nobody saw me do it!
  • You can't prove anything!
This would be more believable if it weren't for other leftists being outraged that anybody would try to stop it.

I was also reminded of the Dr. Boli bumper sticker:

I'M STUPID And I Vote!

I expected more reactions along the lines of “I thought the Republicans had the retard vote sewn up!” The closest example I found came from joe h (not me):

I actually do not have a problem with this. Ever met someone south of the mason Dixon line, NASCAR, football, and ways to consume tobacco are about the limits of there knowledge. Where do you draw the line?
Intellectual snarkiness is more impressive when you use “there” correctly.


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