Thursday, May 10, 2007

And You Think Your City Is Full Of Morons

Try living in Philadelphia.

Next Tuesday's primary election will be a real humdinger. That is, if you're a Democrat. No less than five candidates are vying to be the liberal moonbat representative for the November elections. The Republican challenger is unopposed, so very few GOP voters will head to the polls.

During Tuesday's primary, many ballot questions have been slickly inserted into the vote like a butter-up croissant into Michael Moore's gullet. One of the questions will deal with the Iraq War.

I'm not kidding.

Here is the ballot question, verbatim, as it will be seen by the voters:

"The citizens of Philadelphia urge the United States to make the year 2007 the time to redeploy U.S. troops out of harm's way in Iraq."

Take a minute. I'll wait.

Okay, are you back? Good. WHAT THE HELL IS THAT? Who thought that this would be a proper forum for such a question? And even if it were, what difference would it make if a bunch of loony libs reiterated what we've heard for years now? Most of those answering this question will be Dems. Coincidence? I think not. Hell, even The Philadelphia Daily News - a paper that leans just to the left of Communism - thinks that the ballot question is a bad idea. And if they think that, you know something is really wrong with the system.

Consider the gall of this question. At the time of this post, the city of Philadelphia has seen 139 homicides this year. And it's only May. And it's not really hot yet. Maybe there should be a ballot question that reads something like this:

"The citizens of Philadelphia urge the Mayor to make the year 2007 the time to redeploy Philadelphians out of harm's way in Philadelphia."

But what do I know?

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