There are four kinds of lies…

…lies, damned lies, statistics…and Democrat voting.

When the margin of an election is 1% or less, how often would you expect either candidate to win?  Those sorts of contests are often called “tossups”, because they’re as close and unpredictable as the toss of a coin.  With enough tosses it will break close to even.  Every.  Single.  Time.


Except that Democrats win 3 out of 4 times.

This little tidbit should be brought up by non-Democrats any time they must interact with The Enemy.  There is no occasion when it is not pertinent.

There is no argument it does not overwhelm.

And there is no registered Democrat that should not be tarred, feathered, and run out of the country on a rail.  (This observation should not, of course, be taken to mean that most  Republicans don’t deserve the exact same treatment.  They do.)

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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5 Responses to There are four kinds of lies…

  1. That is striking.

    The Federalist article suggests that it could just be that Democrats are better at get-out-the-vote gimmickry, but of course it could also be fraud. I was just thinking about that earlier today.

  2. Edohiguma says:

    If I had the dead vote for me too, I’d win 3 out of 4 as well.

    Though, I think the issue is also heavily connected with the, let’s face it, completely outdated US election system.

    Here in Austria, for example, you cannot vote without legit ID. You can’t get a ballot without identifying yourself. You also don’t register to vote, you’re automatically registered in the election district of your main place of residence.

    • wormme says:

      If we could just pick the better approach of both Europe and the U.S. and leave their “preferred” approaches to all the Western progressives, we could probably keep our ships afloat.

      Plus we’d get to watch them bailing out their lifeboats with pickaxes.

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