Judge orders Alabama to 'preserve' voting records for Senate special election


It’s nauseatingly fascinating to me that it takes a court order to try to stop voting records from being destroyed.

Could be worse I suppose. At least we still have actual elections…for now.


Well, how else do you expect conservatives in Alabama to defend and preserve the white race? It’s a combination of making sure the impure don’t vote and forcing white women to carry babies to term… /s


I seriously don’t know what’s going on here but it’s super fishy and weird.



It’s called voter suppression.


This is a rigged system. This is a sick system from the inside. And, you know, there’s no country like our country, but we have a lot of sickness in some of our institutions, and we’re working very hard. We’ve got a lot of them straightened out, but we do have – we really do – a rigged system in this country, and we have to change it. Terrible. Terrible

Donald J. Trump,
December 8, 2017
Pensacola, Florida


I wonder if Moore was backstage frantically thinking shut up, shut up, shut up.


Somewhere in Ala there is a roadside brothel with 16 year old girls and Roy Moore has been there.


I don’t want to think of what he was frantically doing backstage while this was being discussed.


The whole story is that Moore left the brothel right away. This isn’t really a story. I wish it were, but it’s not.


Maybe they told him they were taking him to a mall.


The girls weren’t young enough.


Chatting with a bunch of people, nobody thinks Moore is going to lose. Most not even because of voter suppression, but because conservatives have made their peace with the Moore allegations.

I think Dems stand to gain a lot more from a win here, though. It is not just a vote in Congress but a turn of narrative, a spiritual win.


I believe this to be true as well.

That said, with so much critical legislation in the balance right now, I’d much prefer more than a symbolic victory here.


In the future, the whole process will be immensely streamlined by simply determining who the most heinous, repulsive and depraved candidate is, and giving them the job.


That was the punch line I knew was there but could not find to save my life. Thank you!


He has served as an officer of the Army, or a prosecutor, or a judge, for the majority of his adult life, outside of law school which came after the army.

I am sure he reported such an establishment within the week. /s


Your turn next time.



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