November 9, 2012

Strangest election results

Comedy Central's Indecision - Florida Democrat Earl K. Wood and Alabama Republican Charles Beasley both handily won their respective elections despite facing living opponents. "It is a touchy situation. When you are running against a dead man, you are limited as to what you can say," Walter Sansing, Beasley's opponent, lamented.

City Council candidate would have won had his wife voted. The race for one of Walton, Kentucky's city council seats stands at 669 to 669. It's too bad someone didn't make it the polls… "She feels bad enough," McDonald said. "She worked extra hours, goes to school and we have three kids, so I don't blame her. She woke up about ten minutes before the polls closed and asked if she should run up, but I told her I didn't think one vote would matter."

After this election, white men
have gone up from comprising 86% of the House GOP to 88% of the House GOP. White Republican dudes, you have truly overcome.



2 comments:

Capt. America said...

I consider that Romney lost because evangelicals, having to choose between a Mormon and a Muslim, stayed home. Of course Obama is no Muslim, but we don't expect that evangelicals know that.

Anonymous said...

I made a comment that we would have a woman president before a Mormon one. It did not go over well. What would Romney be if he had been born without his millions? Probably not much. He's dumber than he looks, a lot dumber.