If It’s a Landslide, They Can’t Steal It


As more polls show that Scott Brown is expected to win handily in today’s special election in Massachusetts, please remember the 2004 governor’s race in Washington, and the more recent Senate race in Minnesota. In each of those cases, the race was close, and Dems were allowed to stall until they “discovered” enough absentee, “recounted”, and “lost” ballots (not to mention votes from dead and non-existant voters) to ensure their candidate’s wins.

Folks, if this election is a landslide for Scott Brown, then no amount of “found” ballots and no number of recounts will change it. No boxes of uncounted ballots in car trunks. No extra absentee ballots. No dead voters. Nothing. If it’s a landslide, those won’t matter.

Please. Get out and vote today. The weather’s not at its best, but don’t let that stop you.

Scott Brown ran an honest, clean, and professional campaign. He’s a good man, and will be a good Senator for us in Washington. He’s well ahead in the polls and he should win this election. Don’t let it be just another election stolen by Democrats. Get out and vote. Take your friends with you.

As Tea Party pal and blogstress extraordinaire Sissy Willis says, “If it’s not close, they can’t cheat.”

Go vote.



14 Responses to If It’s a Landslide, They Can’t Steal It

  1. Obscene language removed says:

    Comment edited:
    really man…obscene language removed. You talk about Dems stealing elections, but conveniently leave out the 2000 debacle? obscene language removed.

  2. I believe that Brown is sufficiently out in front so that it will not be within the margin of ACORN.

  3. Haiku Guy says:

    Looking at the first reply above, it is good to see that the Democrats are up to their usual standards of calm and rational debate.

    And, BTW, Bush won in Florida. The only the the Supreme Court stopped was the Democrat vote-manufacturing apparatus. All of the recounts, by any conceivable rules, showed Bush winning in an exhaustive study done by none other than the New York Times.

    • Stoutcat says:

      Haiku Guy, yes it looks like the kooks are coming out of the woodwork for this one. It got posted on Reddit–I’m guessing that’s what accounts for the lack of insight or content other than f*bombs. Trying to keep up with them as they come in.

  4. Bill says:

    The deep thinking of liberal America exposes itself. They still can’t understand that all Al Gore had to do was win his home state and he would have been President.

  5. Gerry Ashley says:

    Gee, I wonder where “Sandy” and the unnamed obscenity Czar (first commenter) got their bias from? Certainly it couldn’t be from the mainstream media, could it?

    Let’s see… Well, let’s check MSNBC:

    “In Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees,” MSNBC host Keith Olbermann said, echoing the fear chamber that has included several senators making overt reference to the sex act in describing the conservative grassroots tea party movement.

    Nah, no partisan bent in the way Olbermann presents the news, is there?

    Keep it up, Olbermann. Your credibility as a broadcaster, like electronic circuitry, gets smaller and smaller every year. You’re making your failure as a sports announcer look like a major accomplishment by comparison. The fact that your ratings, in one market, are lower than re-runs of “The Munsters” ought to tell you something. But you’d have to have a clue to know just what.

    • Henderson says:

      Gerry Ashley, both sides of the media are bias to think that faux news is not more bias is an insult. Plus Scott Brown did pose nude and that is pretty funny. Besides him voting against help the 9-11 victims he seems like a pretty standard conservative. Then again this whole thing is happening on a conservative news blog so I mean who really cares this site gets what ten people who visit it a week.

      • Stoutcat says:

        Actually, Henderson, we’re quite proud of our readership, which is comprised mostly of a very large number of intelligent and literate people from both parties. If you’d like to become a regular reader, we will welcome you, but if you’re going to be a regular commenter, you’ll have contribute something better than your comment above.

      • Gerry Ashley says:

        Ms. or Mr. Henderson: The mere fact that you refer to “both sides of the media” clearly illustrates your lack of comprehension in this matter. Media is either biased or unbiased. Anyone failing to see the bias of MSNBC simply isn’t doing their homework or has the IQ of a stump.

        For you to pull one fact from a statement of 6 groundless accusations as your defense of a biased, pompous fop like Olbermann is pretty sad.

        I think what’s important here is that we at least know about Brown’s past and background and can vote for or against him knowledgably. Unlike Barack Obama who merely presented a facade for the voters a year ago. The fact that he has taken the opposite position from so many of his positions during the campaign is all the proof necessary to see that.

        And, given Mr. Brown’s 30 years of dedicated service to the National Guard, we won’t have to worry that he’ll surround himself with communists like Van Jones or those dedicated to “fundamentally changing” that which has served this country well for over 200 years: The free enterprise system and democracy.

        Sorry we can’t say the same for Coakley.

        By the way: It may surprise you, but our stats put us in the top 1% of all blogs, a fact we’re very proud of but don’t normally mention. I only mention that here since you felt it necessary to try to trivialize a blog you obviously make the effort to visit.

        We welcome an intelligent exchange of viewpoints here. That said, we don’t suffer the comments of those who bring nothing but arrogance. If you would like to offer intelligent conversation, backed with facts, you will find us quite welcoming, as Stoutcat mentioned. We aren’t here to simply preach to the choir. We welcome opposing points of view. Civility, however, is as much a required ingredient as is verifiable facts.

  6. Sandy says:

    Actually my post quoted the previous post..it was filled with obscenity..basically I indicated that the poster was acting worse than a 7th grader. I am praying for a Brown victory today..it will be the beginning of us true American Patriots taking back our country!

    • Stoutcat says:

      Sorry, Sandy, all that showed up in your original comment was the quote–no other content. Thanks for clarifying.

      • Gerry Ashley says:


        I apologize if I mis-interpreted your note incorrectly. Thank you for clarifying. Your note had the appearance that you were echoing the sentiment of the first poster who was, shall we say, offering little of value to the discussion. Thanks again!

  7. sisu says:

    Exit polling: High fives among dems, indeps at sight of my Scott Brown sign…

    We exchanged the secret signal — big grins, high fives and friendly banter prompted by the sight of our Scott Brown sign — with lots of fellow citizens as we walked to and from our polling place at the Williams……

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