The outcome of the election for Wisconsin Supreme Court would please Eric Cartman, and yes, he would lick “the tears of unfathomable sadness” from the radical left that had so much invested in JoAnne Kloppenburg winning.
With a big bowl of Shadenfruede chili to comfort Kloppenburg after her premature victory speech, we now have the gnashing of fangs and wails of “conspiracy” and “election-rigging” by the radical left. They served us up with such a delicious array of schadenfruede, it is really more of a goulash than a chili.
How about this big chunk of red meat the Krazy Kos Kidz offered up the day after the election, with 429 celebratory and gloating libturd comments:
Can we please, please, please not try to be the smartest ones in the room just this one time and play the game that Republicans always play. Let’s declare victory now and talk about pushing Prosser off the stage. This is the message.
Kloppenburg won an election she should never have won. What a humiliation for the Tea Party and their media toads.
This is a total Wisonsin smackdown of Scott Walker
Prosser should really understand it is time to leave the stage.
Prosser sticking around is just hurting Wisconsin.
There is serious businesss to conduct and Prosser is just gumming up the works by trying to challenge this.
A recount is really pro-forma – the people of Wisconsin have obviously spoken.
Of course this means that a majority of those Republican senators are in deep trouble now.
Nobody ever would have predicted this type of win. It is humiliating for Walker.
This really puts egg on Walker’s face is not over his whole body (ewwwwwww).
Walker shoud just declare Kloppenburg the winner and get on with it.
Add your own. But whatever you do don’t say, “Nothing’s settled. Now we have to have a recount. Boy aren’t I the sensible democrat.” To hell with that. This is an opportunity.
Messaging, messaging, messaging!!!
Oh, and if Kloppenburg falls behind? See Norm Coleman circa 2008. Guy hasn’t suffered one bit for his total aboutface when he started losing.(posted by Wilbur)
Just remember Willlllllbur, it ain’t chili if it has beans in it and you are full of them.
Then comes little prissy Chrissy “Leg Tingler” Matthews. He and his guests were busy determining the significance of the Kloppenburg victory, all the while the breaking news of the new vote count is crawling on the bottom of the screen. It was a delicious spicy addition to the stew. Then, for perhaps the first time in history, Michael Mooron actually contributed to the stew pot, instead of devouring it all, by going on a twitter binge.
The lefturds were just entirely too generous this week, when all they had to do was try and be rational about a close election and wait for the official results, but I couldn’t expect them to behave in a fashion contrary to their nature.
Now they are upset, but the rational adult voices are displacing their tantrums. Such as Nate Silver of the NYSlimes, of all places.
Nevertheless, if you want to allege that there’s a conspiracy afoot, the statistical evidence tends to work against you. Waukesha County’s revised turnout figures are pretty normal for Waukesha County, a wealthy, white suburban county that usually votes at high rates, whereas its original figures were at the low end of reasonable expectations, given the way the rest of the state voted.
Also of note is that the number of votes that Ms. Nickolaus says she failed to count in Brookfield, amounting to 11 percent of the county total, is in line with the proportion Brookfield normally represents: the city supplied 11 percent of Waukesha County’s total vote in both the 2008 and 2010 general elections.
If this was a conspiracy, it was one executed with an extraordinarily high degree of cunning and competence. I’m more inclined to think that Ms. Nickolaus, who has drawn complaints for her sloppy management practices in the past, is no savvier than she seems.
One thing libturds should learn in all this is, never celebrate too soon and never EVER mess with Eric Cartman.