Saturday, October 20, 2012

Vanderleun on the undecideds and political disease.

Yes, yes, we know all about these "undecided voters," but -- seriously -- fuck all five of them especially the four living in DC. Nobody, but nobody, is really undecided now.

Right now, today, I know, you know, we know and they know. Everybody knows. And the truth is that there are more, many more, of us in 2012 than there were in 2008. And we are all going to the polls whereas many of them are not. I know that they all say that they are, but you know how deeply and compulsively they lie so why would we believe them about this.

Our army appeared from out of nowhere back in 2010 and our army has only gotten bigger since then. It's not a standing army. We don't like standing armies. But it is an army and it knows that, come November, it has to march on the polls and eradicate this disease that has been infecting the body politic.[1]

That's right. Apparently, if you're "undecided" you can't form an opinion as to whether the one guy with certifiable record of management and business acumen as long as your arm is the better candidate over the
Some kind of
one who's a bisexual, dope-smoking, constitutionally-unqualified, Muslim, white-hating, America-loathing, communist, treasonous, naif with a forged "birth certificate" and a Social Security number once used by a dead man, which candidate also took to heart the lessons of "community organizing" articulated in a book dedicated to Satan.

For some, this choice is apparently a tough choice.

I kid you not.


[1] "It's Over. Romney's the Next President. Obama is Toasted as Brown as a Benghazi Safehouse." By Gerard Vanderleun, American Digest, 10/12/12.


Francis W. Porretto said...

Aw, c'mon Colonel! Don't hold back; tell us how you really feel.

But seriously, I see things much the same way. I'd be fascinated by a distribution graph of the IQs of the remaining "undecideds" -- the sincere ones, that is.

KG said...

In some-perhaps many-cases, "undecided is code for apathetic.

Oswald Bastable said...

'Undecided' also means- 'I don't like thinking- it hurts'.

Matt said...

Honestly, I'm thinking "undecided" mostly means "I'm definitely not voting for Obama, but I'm also definitely not willing to say so out loud any place where it might cost me my reputation and mark me as one of the targets for assault and murder in the rioting that's likely to follow his defeat". Which is arguably a cowardly stance, but not necessarily a stupid one, nor an apathetic one.

In some cases, it might also mean "hey...nobody cares about the desires of people who knew which party's candidate they were voting for before the nomination was even long as I claim to be 'undecided', everybody in politics is desperate to make me happy, while you lot all get mostly ignored". Which might even qualify as a rational strategy.