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Thursday, October 23, 2008

John Galt, Adolf Hitler, and a dead Princess...

…all support Bar-ack!.

So, you may ask, "Who is John Galt?"

The question "Who is John Galt?" is…answered towards the closing of [Atlas Shrugged]—John Galt is a man disgusted that non-productive members of society use laws and guilt to leech from the value created by productive members of society, and furthermore even exalt the qualities of the leeches over the workers and inventors. He made a pledge that he would never live his life for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for him, and founded an enclave, separate from the rest of the country, where he and other productive members of society have fled.

Just in case you young whippersnappers don't know, Adolf Hitler was Dictator
of Germany in the 30's and 40's—not George W. Bush. Oh, and he was head of somethin' called the National Socialist Party which, considerin' his political allies and philosophical leanings, would be a good name for the Bar-ack! party. Ya' might know 'em as Nazis.

And the dead Princess? A goldfish.

The only "agent of change" Princess ever supported was the person who freshened the water in her fishbowl. So election officials in Chicago's northern suburbs want to know why voter registration material was sent to the dead goldfish.

"I am just stunned at the level of people compromising the integrity of the voting process," said Lake County Clerk Willard Helander, a Republican, who said she has spotted problems with nearly 1,000 voter registrations this year.

"There was no fraud involved," said Nudelman, a Democrat who supports Barack Obama. "This person is a dead fish."

Personally I think that's the quote of the election. And Nudelman? Not that I'm into makin' fun of names, but I'm not surprised someone named "Nudelman" would be supportin' Bar-ack!.

'Course ya' gotta' worry how many of these "dead fish" voters will be decidin' the election.

The whole story of the Bar-ack! campaign's incredible financial fraud is here.

Dug up at Don Surber's blog.

posted by Harrison at 11:20 PM


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