The attached image and link is that of the 2008 presidential election results by county. Some interesting observations (besides all that red gun clinging).
- Thanks a lot college towns of Gainesville and Tallahassee in Florida. Isn’t it enough we’re paying for your college already? You unappreciative assholes.
- Check out that one big square in the middle of Maine that went for McCain. Looks like Bob, Jimmy, and Bill, the only three guys that live in that area, are being surrounded. Don’t give up!
- Checkout the border counties with Mexico. It almost forms a fence of blue. And that’s the only fence you’ll see down there for a while.
- California isn’t liberal, only the people who live at the beach. And I’m assuming that red county in Southern California is called San Diego.
- Oklahoma — The only state with every county going for one candidate. I said state! Small cities they call states like the Peoples Republic of Vermont doesn’t count.
- That white county in the middle of Colorado…. they were all too stoned to go vote, so no one won.
- If anyone can tell me exactly why there’s a distinct and defined strip of blue through the middle of the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi I would appreciate it. I checked google maps and it’s not a major Interstate system causing it. It has me baffled.
The democrat party is really really really (really) upset with John McCain. Well, not for anything John McCain did, but for an advertisement the Republican party of North Carolina is running in that region that mentions the connection between Barry Obama and his America hating “spiritual” mentor. Ready to see the most insideous ad since the Willie Horton commercial?
I know what you’re thinking — did I accidentally post the wrong video? Nope, that’s the “horrible” video the democrats are fuming about. Without going into the obvious rant about how thin-skinned and weak-minded these idiots on the left always seem to be, I’ll instead comment on the left’s common response to anything that “hits a little too close to home” for them. What’s their common response you ask? What, righteous indignation, of course.
“The fact that Senator McCain can’t get his own party to take down this misleading, personal attack ad raises serious questions about his promise to the American people that he will run a civil, respectful campaign,” Obama spokesman Hari Sevugan said in a statement.
So, let me see if I have this straight, McCain should be held responsible for this ad—which McCain has already condemned and begged to be taken down—but Barry Obama shouldn’t be held responsible for what his pastor of twenty years preached to him and his young children? Got it! We should hold McCain responsible for what the local Republican party of North Carolina preaches, but not what Obama’s preacher preaches!?!?!? How does this sound democrats?
No, no, no, not God bless Barack Obama… GOD DAMN BARACK OBAMA!!!! GOD DAMN BARACK OBAMA!!!!
Hurts doesn’t it Barry?