Yep. You know how it goes. Listening to National Public Radio this morning on the way to work.
Today’s nitwittery from NPR was meant to soften us up for the loss of the Senate by the Republicans.
On comes the traditional feature about the Democrats’ great, mysterious “ground game.” This is their vaunted “get out the vote” effort that they launch every election cycle.
It should be called: “get out the voter fraud.”
We detailed what they do in these pages (Search: “Here Come the Dirty Tricks” in our search box). It’s pretty impressive if you happen to admire vast, sprawling, corruption in the electoral system.
In this case, NPR was talking about how the political organizations use highly sophisticated data mining techniques to know just what doors to knock on, just whom to contact and when, so that they get out and vote.
Hogwash! Sure they do that, and they show it to the press who eat it up, because it makes the press feel smart and important. But that’s all a feint. Much more important than that are the Democrats’ ballot-stuffing initiatives and their ability to get dead people, college students and union thugs to vote numerous times per election. Even more impressive is their ability to get more people to vote in a district than are registered to vote there and then to get the press to shut up about it.
Some estimates indicate that the corruption and voter fraud alone can represent up to 10 percent of the vote, but averages closer to two – five percent. All of it is on the Democrat side of the ledger.
That means that the Democrats start out with, on average, a two to five percent purely voter fraud advantage in every election they contest. The result: they win — steal — all the close ones, and make the not-so-close ones a lot closer. We already indicated how they then win, by fraud and legal machinations, those elections that get tossed into the recount hopper.
There is a hyper-strong current running against the Democrats this election cycle, yet there are close races everywhere, with Democrats even favored to win some. If you were to put two buttons in Americans’ houses today, one labeled with an “R” and the other with a “D,” overwhelmingly Americans would push the “R” button. By a huge margin.
Yet, you are going to see that the Republicans will win only about half of those close Senate races (our prediction) and not re-take the Senate. The will of the people is that the Republicans, and the Republican vision of reduced government interference in all our lives, should prevail not only this election, but in general.
Yet we are ruled by Democrats.
Democrats, and their willing accomplices in the media, spend a whole lot of their time and money thwarting the will of the people for whom they so operatically claim to fight.