Gut Rumbles
 

August 20, 2004

brain damage

I first heard about this story when I was somewhere on the road. I forget where I was at the time, but I remember my reaction. I didn't know whether to upchuck on my bed or fall on the floor laughing.

UN inspectors to monitor an election in the USA? When did we become a third-world country? Oh, right. We did in 2000 when Gore lost.

Recalling the long, drawn out process in the southern state, nine lawmakers, including four blacks and one Hispanic, sent a letter Thursday to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan asking that the international body "ensure free and fair elections in America," according to a statement issued by Florida representative Eddie Bernice Johnson, who spearheaded the effort.

"As lawmakers, we must assure the people of America that our nation will not experience the nightmare of the 2000 presidential election," she said in the letter.

Eddie Bernice Johnson is a blithering idiot. The UN is corrupt and incapable of finding its OWN ass with both hands. Kofi Annan is a clown. We need THESE PEOPLE monitoring our elections? Yeah, and I need a boil implant on my ass, too.

I do have one question to ask. Those infallible UN inspectors WILL be looking at Chicago and St. Louis, won't they? You know, those Democrat enclaves who produce 110% voter turnout, including people who have been dead for 10 years. The UN WILL look at that, won't it?

Naw. That's not the point of these "inspections." It's simply more raving lunacy from the left.

Comments

Dogs, Rob. Dogs get to vote in St. Louis. And perhaps you are unaware that the mayor of St. Louis is still trying to get a two week voting period for the city of St. Louis while the rest of the state gets 12 hours.

I grew up outside Chicago, but St. Louis is much, much worse.

Posted by: charles austin on August 20, 2004 02:11 PM

As I've been saying everywhere this idiocy pops up: the legislators behind it are essentially saying that the voting process that put them in office cannot be trusted.

They should all resign in protest.

Posted by: refugee on August 20, 2004 06:18 PM

Maybe they can get Jimmy Ray to head up the U.N. like he did in Venezuela, where they can turn 35% into 65%. Maybe it's time yo do a bit of bloodletting to thin out the idiots.

Posted by: Jack on August 20, 2004 07:50 PM

There's a saying in Chicago that I remember from when I lived therre: "Vote early and vote often."

Posted by: Kirk on August 23, 2004 10:04 AM
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