Wednesday, May 11, 2005

To Jim Lampley and the Ohio skeptics

The HuffPost is really proving to be a fine source of Left-wing moonbat insanity as sportscaster and newly-revealed crackpot Jim Lampley unleashed the latest airing of the insane myth that Karl Rove stole the Ohio election and blah-blah-woof-woof. Nice to know that the rich and famous now have a place to publicly expose their disaffectation with reality.

Well, Byron York took a break from nuking a Hot Pocket and tossed up a thorough refutation and beatdown of this nonsense. He notes that the the top Democratic Party operatives aren't pursuing this - because there ain't no there there - but forgets to mention that they aren't doing anything to knock this myth down with the rank-and-file.

He also notes that the Left is curiously silent about the REAL voter fraud that happened in places like Washington where the Dems actually stole the gubernatorial election and Wisconsin...

By the way, if you are concerned about voter fraud and corruption, you might better spend your time examining the voting in Wisconsin, where Kerry won by just 11,384 votes, a margin far smaller than Bush's 118,599-vote victory in Ohio. In Milwaukee, five Democratic workers were charged -- not rumored to be involved with, but actually charged with felonies -- for the early-morning Election Day slashing of the tires of 25 Republican get-out-the-vote vans. According to the criminal complaint, they put on black outfits and knit caps, left Democratic headquarters, headed over to the GOP building and disabled the vans, which were out of service for all of Election Day and were thus not able to bring voters to the polls. "They won't go anywhere now, man, we got 'em, we got 'em," one suspect said as the group celebrated after returning to Democratic headquarters (the quote comes from the criminal complaint). The rest then imitated the
hissing sound of air rushing out of slashed tires.

Next time you see Lampley, be sure to ask to see his tinfoil hat collection.

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