Thursday, April 12, 2007

Voter Fraud? There Ain't No Voter Fraud.

The Bush Administration's Justice Department is on the J.O.B. Led by everybody's favorite Attorney General, Alberto "Titanic" Gonzales, the Justice Department has determined that there really isn't very much voter fraud, except when the Democrats do it. Democrats, like hardened criminal Kimberly Prude (2nd from the left in the photo below):




Kimberly Prude, a Grandmother, was convicted of voter fraud and has been in prison for over a year. Many of those charged by the Justice Department appear to have mistakenly filled out registration forms or misunderstood eligibility rules, a review of court records and interviews with prosecutors and defense lawyers show. And those people are prosecuted to the full extent of the law as understood by the Decider. They've been quite lenient with Ms. Prude - they've merely kept her in prison, rather than sending her to Gitmo to be tortured for aiding and abetting terrorists because she voted for a Democrat.

Meanwhile, the Justice Department and White House have trouble with their email servers too! Maybe they need to call Geek Squad to recover emails sent on Karl Rove's private email system and used by about 50 other officials. The e-mails were considered potentially crucial evidence in congressional inquiries launched by Democrats into the role partisan politics may have played in such policy decisions as the firing of eight U.S. attorneys.

Mr. Gonzales, channeling Rose Mary Wood, demonstrates how those emails must have disappeared.

No wonder Kurt Vonnegut gave up the ghost last night. Our Govenrment has become more bizarre than one of his novels. RIP, Mr. Vonnegut.

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7 comments:

robin andrea said...

Interesting thing about the republicans, they want to hunt down mythical voter fraud, but are completely uninterested in election fraud. They don't mind stuffing the diebold ballot box. The republicans know that if they let people vote, they lose.

I read about Kurt Vonnegut this morning. Yes, RIP.

Kvatch said...

Robin makes the distinction that I was going to touch on. Republicans are interested in rooting out fraud perptrated by people, but fraud built into the system--the kind of fraud that keeps people from voting--isn't on their radar. And why should it be, it disproportionately favors the GOP.

Peacechick Mary said...

Wonder if there will be a mysterious fire at the Rethug office, especially since deleted e-mails are not really deleted. Oops! As for the voter fraud, there are so many cases of people who were illegally prevented from voting - how about that one, too.

Donnie McDaniel said...

Assholes!! I have had it with them!

Thorne said...

Gonzogate Love it.

Lulu Maude said...

Kurt Vonnegut was a man of letters whose letters spelled o-u-t-r-a-g-e-o-u-s.

Godspeed, Kurt. Be sure to look up Molly.

Tree said...

what?? I had no idea about Mrs. Prude. This is beyond an outrage! Thank you for the information, Ms. Diva.