Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The genius of liberalism

The Massachusetts Legislature has approved a new law intended to bypass the Electoral College system and ensure that the winner of the presidential election is determined by the national popular vote.

"What we are submitting is the idea that the president should be selected by the majority of people in the United States of America," Senator James B. Eldridge, an Acton Democrat, said before the Senate voted to enact the bill.

Under the new bill, he said, "Every vote will be of the same weight across the country."

Under the law, which was enacted by the House last week, all 12 of the state's electoral votes would be awarded to the candidate who receives the most votes nationally.

What?  OMG - This is a GREAT idea.  One must wonder ... how on EARTH did this easy-peasy (and ever-so-obvious) idea escape the founding fathers?  Why there it was, right in front of their faces and yet .... ZIP ... right over their heads.  What a bunch of dumbasses the founding fathers must have been.

The bill, which passed on a 28-to-9 vote, now heads to Democratic Governor Deval Patrick's desk. The governor has said in the past that he supports the bill, said his spokeswoman Kim Haberlin.

LMAO - It passes 28-9 - unreal that it even passes, much less by that much.  Do these people EVER think beyond the end of their noses?   This is both the idiocy AND the "principles" of liberals on full display.

Let me ask you something.  Massachusetts is a liberal state right?  And the next time they vote for a liberal president but the conservative gets more votes nationally, how are they going to feel seeing all their electoral votes go to the EXACT OPPOSITE candidate?  Sheesh, what a bunch of liberals idiots.

Of course, if liberals decide to change the rules then they're going to stick with it, right?   Because they'd only change the rules if they saw that it was necessary to achieve what is right and true.  Don't you just love how liberals are so honest, forthright, and principled? They can always be counted on to "do the right thing."  

The liberal morons in Massachussetts have priors on this kind of principled behavior.  Recently Massachusetts had to replace a senator.  When this happens in most states, the governor appoints a replacement.  But not Massachusets, nooooo.  Why, because when Kerry ran for VP, the governor was going to appoint his replacement (if he won) but there was a Republican governor (Romney) and the liberals in the legislature didn't want him to appoint the replacement -- so they did what all spoiled, piece-of-crap, sneaky adolecents principled men do in those circumstances ... they changed the rules (to special election instead of appointment.)

Then, when Kennedy croaked (finally) there was going to be a special election to replace him and the legislature changed the rules back to let the governor (now a "Democratic") appoint the replacement (until the special election was held.)  Tsk, they didn't get the rules changed all the way back in time -- isn't that a shame?  They got screwed.  So unfair.

By the way, this is the same crowd that wants the Republicans to let Obama appoint any communist he wants to the Supreme Court.  Their reasoning? "Hey, elections have consequences."

Yes, elections have consequences ... and we should all just shut up and accept it ... unless you're an idiot liberal ... then you flail like a Klown who just walked into a huge spider web.

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