Thought For The Evening

The most important thing to remember is that you can’t use the raw voting data. It needs to be adjusted by a qualified government employee, whose salary depends on producing the expected result.

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37 Responses to Thought For The Evening

  1. 97% of the Democrats are in consensus that the voting booths are accurate with 95% confidence

  2. philjourdan says:

    No it does not. The machines are doing that. They cut out the middleman,

  3. Anything is possible says:

    They can use a pairwise algorithm to extrapolate the results from California and New York so Texas turns Democrat.

  4. Tallyologists, so specialized that only other tallyologists could possibly understand their craft.

  5. Traitor In Chief says:

    Tony, So at least you got rid of Udall. That has to feel good.

  6. Anthony S says:

    Eventually the adjustment algorithm will become so advanced that it will only require a single vote.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franchise_(short_story)

    Of course, that pales in comparison to GISS algorithms, which are so advanced they can create a result from no data at all.

  7. Brad says:

    Ha Ha. I laughed out loud to that one. Thanks Tony. So true.

  8. gregole says:

    The little vampire of vote fraud looks like it’s getting stomped out by the voice of the people. It’s still early, let’s hope!

    • philjourdan says:

      But one of the states where it was demonstrated is Virginia – and the idiot democrat won by a razor thin margin. It only takes a few machines to subvert the will of the people.

      Warner lost legitimacy with the machine ‘calibration” horse sh*t.

  9. gofer says:

    Interesting that all the machine “errors” were in favor of democrat.

  10. thegriss says:

    Is it time to say WELL DONE AMERICA !! ?

  11. gofer says:

    AP just has to throw in some agenda items. Illegals should work and climate change is a serious problem? With sky high unemployment, who thinks illegal aliens should work and who, in their right mind, thinks the weather is a serious problem? The democrats they polled to get these answers, thats who. According to the wipeout of democrats, the people disagree.

    “Still, a majority of those polled supported several positions associated with Democrats or Obama rather than Republicans — saying immigrants in the country illegally should be able to work, backing U.S. military involvement against Islamic State fighters, and agreeing that climate change is a serious problem.”

  12. Sparks says:

    I hope you will use your power for good and not for your own well being?

  13. KTM says:

    This Senate election was really about Obama. Those up for re-election this year were last elected in 2008, with the Obama wave. In that election, Democrats picked up EIGHT Senate seats. Many of these wins happened in states that lean Republican, but the HOPE AND CHANGE got people so excited that they voted all these Democrats in.

    Now 6 years later, Obama has not lived up to his own hype and Republicans are taking back about the same number of seats they lost in 2008.

    I’m more intrigued by places like Minnesota, where it was a very close election in 2008 and Franken demolished his opponent this time. Colorado was a good win, no question. West Virginia has had two Dem Senators since ~1960, so that’s a pretty momentous win. Losing Virginia is tough, even though it was much more competitive than expected and the Democrat is a “moderate” incumbent.

    Overall, I think this is repudiation of the 2008 election, with a slight edge to Republicans overall. 2010 was a bigger deal in my mind.

    • mjc says:

      West Virginia is a very big deal…here, at least. Not only did we vote in a +1 in the Senate we replaced her in the House with another Republican and threw out the last Dem Rep, too. All that along with flipping the state House and breaking even in the state Senate…overall a rather solid move, here.

    • philjourdan says:

      Warner is no moderate. That is the stupidity of the MSM. Warner is a screaming liberal who asks how high when Obama says jump. He has his head so far up the president’s butt, that he uses Obama’s navel as a periscope.

      Do not be fooled. He campaigns as a moderate, but he is a dyed in the wool liberal.

  14. Traitor In Chief says:

    They should defund the EPA. There might be some dems who would agree to it.

  15. Psalmon says:

    Folks at GISS are thinking about Inhofe taking back the Environment Chair are making calls tonight to Lois Lerner…How do you fully delete those emails?

  16. lance says:

    congrats USA, on getting the Senate back! Now lets get our dirty oil down to you guys!

    • KTM says:

      Better to have it processed in America where our refineries are monitored and regulated (even though environmentalists have not allowed a new high capacity refinery to be built in ~40 years), instead of China where anything goes.

      Environmentalists that say loading Canadian oil onto trucks or trains and driving it across the country to have it refined in China is somehow more desirable than letting it flow through a pipeline to American refineries must be stunningly ignorant.

  17. au1corsair says:

    Either out-sourcing votes off-shore (along with all the other American jobs) or rigging the voting machines to vote for the voters–they are “voting machines” and not “vote counting machines.”

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