Not only do dead people vote… sometimes they win.
Contributed on November 8, 2012 by J.P. Travis, who has submitted 3029 posts.
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I’m not sure. How do you tell the difference between a dead politician and a live one?
Walk by with a pot of money and see if the nose twitches.
What about Harry Reed? He’s dead isn’t he? What? He’s not dead? He sure looks like it. Oh, just his brain is dead, I understand now.
What about Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr.? He’s not dead but he has gone underground. He was reelected in Chicago despite the fact that no one outside his family has seen him for the past six months. He’s avoiding criminal indictment by hiding out in a hospital, allegedly being treated for various mental and physical illnesses. All his shenanigans didn’t prevent the zombie-like voters of Chicago from giving him an overwhelming victory, so if Jesse is cured and avoids jail, he’ll return to Congress where he’ll give his unstinting support to the Obama regime.
Jesse Jackson’s election win ranks right up there with William Jefferson‘s win after getting caught on film taking bribe money. Democrats will vote for a dead fish if it has a “D” in front of its name.
Notice the dead only vote when they’re liberals. Although the correct terms is now officially Socialists.
Can’t do any worse than some of the live ones we have.
Well at least the dead won’t screw over the rest of us….unless of course there is some rule that allows them to vote for something like Obamacare while dead?