B. Hussein’s Peeps Claim Voting Irregularities

More comedy relief from the direct democracy crowd (via Politico)

BATON ROUGE, LA — The Obama campaign submitted an urgent request for assistance to the Secretary of State’s Division of Elections today, after receiving widespread reports from Democrats across Louisiana who reported that they were not allowed to vote because their party affiliation had been switched. Hundreds of Louisiana democrats went to the polls to vote in today’s presidential primary and found that they were now on registration lists as Independent or Unaffiliated voters.

Is it just me, or does everyone else get a chuckle out of the constant claims of “voting irregularities” and “fraud” from the useful idiots on the left? It is like Saturday Night Live: the cast and crew keeps changing, the bit players come and go, there are special guest stars, and the humor just continues on year after year.

Sure, Republicans will claim some irregularities and fraud now and then, but, we sorta get the fact that this stuff will happen in politics, no matter what is tried to fix it. Democrats, though, claim fraud, irregularities, and dirty tricks when they are the ones doing it and because their followers are, in many cases, too stupid to either run an election or vote in it. One of my favorite stories was Florida 2000, where 27 of the 28 precincts that had voting problems were run by, you guessed it, Democrats. The 28th was independent. We saw the same pattern in Ohio 2004.

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But, it is somehow Republicans fault for Democrat incompetence. Pure comedy!

However, in all fairness, a good chunk of the stories commenter’s at Politico are blaming Clinton, this time. They haven’t quite worked out how to blame Bush and Rove yet.

Crossposted at Pirate’s Cove.

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