October 08, 2008

A big "heh'

A couple days ago, Colossus commenter "Toronado" wondered why I didn't "gently rebuke" a comment on this thread -- a comment that linked to a YouTube video of some [black] guy telling everyone what would happen -- in somewhat stereotypical terms -- if Obama "was deprived" of the election. I mentioned in response that I never checked on that vid link; once I did, I certainly did offer my rebuke.

So get this: Now nutty Democrat "strategist" James Carville pretty much sums up exactly what that dude on the YouTube vid has intimated:

Now let me be clear here, if Obama goes in this race with a 5- point lead and losing this election, the consequences are -- bull, man. I mean I don't think that's going to happen, but I think David it's a point to bring up.

But you stop and contemplate this country if Obama goes in and he has a consistent five point lead and loses the election, it would be very, very, very dramatic out there.

What do you mean, James? Please explain this to us. What do you mean by "dramatic?" Why should polls mean more than actual counted votes, James?

Posted by Hube at October 8, 2008 02:42 PM | TrackBack

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Remember that so long as the polls favor Obama he is the winner. If he does not win on election day Karl Rove, Diebold and racism will be to blame. see also: 2000, 2004

Posted by: Duffy at October 8, 2008 04:35 PM

"They" will burn down their neighborhoods, again, just as they did after MLK.

Yea, more DRAMA.

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