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From Samuel Jackson's not-so-real blog:

I just did me a search on Google for “self-inflicted nail injury.” Seemed apros-motherfucking-po since I’ve been trying real hard to pay attention to politics lately.

Y’all read the story about the dude in Bahrain who had a two-inch nail pulled out of his pecker? Dude shows up at a doctor’s office complaining about some severe motherfucking pain in his fuck-stick region. After a quick inspection of the area, the doctor couldn’t help but notice a two inch got-damn nail shoved down his pee-hole. When asked, the dude says that the nail must’ve been put there “without his knowledge.” Which is how I feel about this fucking superdelegate bullshit–I’ve got some superdelegates shoved down my pee-hole, and I ain’t got no motherfucking clue how the fuckers got there.

Originally posted to NewsGroper on Sat Feb 16, 2008 at 10:49 AM PST.

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Comment Preferences

  •  Lots of disenfranchisement (0+ / 0-)

    Also those in Florida & Michigan have been disenfranchised.  

    This whole discussion would be more convincing if it weren't being run by an organization that has already made it's candidate endorsement, and if there weren't such resounding silence on the issue of Florida & Michigan.

    There are lots of things that I don't like in the electoral process.  Some states are proportional, some winner take all - is that fair?  The six democrats in Utah have many times the say per person than 6 democrats in California.  

    In the general election a voter in Wyoming has several times the say of a voter in New York.  

    Sure we should fix as many electoral problems as possible, especially within our own party.  But not as  a tool to help one candidate.

  •  Apros--- (0+ / 0-)

    muthafuckin'---po.  Hilarious.

    "Cynicism is a sorry kind of wisdom." -Barack Obama

    by dlh77489 on Sat Feb 16, 2008 at 11:08:43 AM PST

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