Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Flori-DUH at it again

Seriously can someone teach people in Florida how to have an election? It's not that hard people.


And once again Independents - read liberals - are voting for McCain. Never mind that in FL you have to be a registered Republican to vote in the Republican primary. Pesky laws like that are of no concern to these people.

In northern Coral Springs, near the Sawgrass Expressway and Coral Ridge Drive, David Nirenberg arrived to vote as an independent. Nevertheless, he said poll workers insisted he choose a party ballot. "He said to me, 'Are you Democrat or Republican?' I said, 'Neither, I am independent.' He said, 'Well, you have to pick one,''' Nirenberg said.

In Florida, only those who declare a party are allowed to cast a vote in that party's presidential primary. Nirenberg said he tried to explain to the poll worker that he should not vote on a party ballot because of his "no party affiliation" status. Nirenberg said a second poll worker was called over who agreed that independents should not use party ballots, but said they had received instructions to the contrary.
"He said, 'Ya know, that is kind of funny, but it was what we were told.' … I was shocked when they told me that." Nirenberg said he went ahead and voted for John McCain.

I can picture Nirenberg now. An ex-NYer who moved to Florida to get away from NY taxes, brought on by decades of liberal rule. He moves to Florida and from the day he arrives tries to chage Flordia into NY. He votes for liberals, he complains about zoning, about the environment, etc. He slowly turns NY into NY Part Deux. Not unlike what Californians have done to Nevada and Arizona. Nirenberg, not content with turning his own state into a shithole, feels the need to further turn the whole country further down the road of socialist ruin as well.

Hey fehget about it right? He's from NY and damn everyone will listen to him.

How dare the state tell him he can't vote for McCain? It's his right damn it. And if he doesn't get his way he will huff and puff and hold his breath until CNN shows up and accuses those crazy redneck, racist, inbred, illiterate Repulican Southerners of denying him his right to vote for McCain. It's just not fair darn it. And in 2008 America, if something isn't fair it has to be abolished. If something is offensive it has to be shut down. And if a Democrat wants to vote in the Republican primary, well he can.

McCain is the perfect choice for Nirenberg. He thinks voting laws are unfair. His hero, McCain thinks immigration laws are unfair. A match made in heaven.

United States of America
July 4, 1776 - 2009

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