The Washington Post has a story disabusing the moonbats- well assuming facts could do such a thing. It looks at the 3 major “stolen election” theories and debunks all of them.
Here’s a clue. If you still think there is evidence that the election was “stolen” you are not just a moonbat, you have reached the level of barking moonbat.
Conspiracy theories about presidential election flood Internet
…There is the one about more ballots cast than registered voters in the big Ohio county anchored by Cleveland. There are claims that a suspicious number of Florida counties ended up with Bush vote totals that were far larger than the number of registered Republican voters. And then there is the one that might be the most popular of all: The exit polls that showed Kerry winning big weren’t wrong
Remember that study that showed that Michael Moore actually HURT Democrats more than he helped them? The Left should be paying close attention to that.
so…if Bush was ‘selected, not elected’ in 2000 with a total number of votes only about 500,000 votes less than Al Gore…
and that was a ‘bad’ thing…
why do these goofballs want Kerry to be ‘selected, not elected’ when he’s got about 3,500,000 votes less than GW’s total?
GW won in Florida and Ohio by hundreds of thousands of votes each…
i mean…there’s hypocrisy and then there’s stupidity…
A “therapist” who drives around with a life-size cardboard cut out of John Kerry sitting in the passenger seat? Other barking moonbats? They are pictured and described here: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/11/07/MNGQO9NJOK1.DTL
Forgive, I’m new at this. Go here.
Was listening to Randi Rhodes on Error America today and she was enthusiastically reading from an article about how Bush stole the election but getting past all the impressive-sounding statistical analysis, the entire argument seemed to rest on the assertion that exit polls are always and everywhere infallibly accurate (!!). And since all the exit polls had Kerry up by substantial margins, then obviously something fraudulent happened.
So Rhodes was lapping up this swill like it was Kool-Aid and I had a good laugh.
Has anyone got the stomach to watch the Count to Five idiot reacting to the WaPo fisking of his conspiracy theory?
Paul, I’m afraid you missed the real story here, in that you neglected to mention the source of all the crackpot theories. That source being the Autorantic Virtual Moonbat crackpot theory generator.
Oh, Sean – just hilarious! And the “conspiracy chart” posted at your site by Clem had me in stitches! Thank you.
Sean that is soooo worth a link on the front page… but I’m putting it below my wikipeda story.
An instant classic.
It’s embarrassing to realize that people from all over the world are hearing about these sore-loser, sour-grape, pitiful theories about how a perfectly clear-cut election was in fact the result of the sort of conspiracy theories usually found locked mental wards.
Glad y’all liked it. Thanks, Paul!
– If the flying moonrats won’t listen to their own DNC leaders and candidates why would you think for a heart beat they’d listen to reason from anyone else…. The wookies are in their own zone of dementia….Waste of time even trying….
Those darn ole polls oversampled women eh? Dammit men, I knew we shouldn’t have given women the vote.