We still don’t know whether countermoonbat Allen West has lost his seat in Congress to the dissolute moonbat Patrick Murphy. Why not? Because the election in St. Lucie County, as in Democrat strongholds like Philthadelphia and the Mistake by the Lake, was a farce:
West’s supporters aren’t the only ones frustrated with the St. Lucie County elections board and its supervisor, Gertrude Walker. The Florida secretary of state’s office announced this week that it is launching an audit of the county’s vote-tabulating process, saying that it was “concerned” about the results. …
[E]ven Walker has confessed her department made errors. In a news conference, she said officials had shown “too much haste” in trying to get complete results to the public on election night and that “mistakes were made.”
In Gertrude’s defense, she makes it easy to update your signature with an online form. This comes in handy for those voting on behalf of dead people.
As a founding father of modern progressivism wisely observed,
“The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”
Rest assured, moonbats. Every election will look like 2012 so long as apparatchiks like Gertrude Walker count the votes.
On tips from Lyle.