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Vote for HRC and Make the Wingnuts’ Heads Explode!

Tweety will drown in Aqua Velva spit!

Watch Colmes do the Funky Chicken while Hannity busts a carotid!

See Bill O’Reilly sobbing into his loofah!

Tucker will use his bow tie to hang himself!

There will be “Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria…”

The Apocalypse will be upon us, the Rapture will come and all the fundagelicals will be whisked away, leaving the rest of us behind, dancing in the streets, singing to the winger owned media that tried to kill Hillary’s candidacy:

All you West Coasters, boogie on down to the voting booth and tell the wingnuts goodbye! Make up Your Own Mind. Give them fits, apoplexy, strokes (is that redundant?). Make History!

Technical question: Is DailyKos straining under the weight of massive Super Tuesday page hits or is it just experiencing one Big Obamagasm?  I haven’t been able to reach it for most of the afternoon.  Is it just me?

4 Responses

  1. So glad my husband and I could lend our two votes to the explosion.

    Kos has been really slow – sometimes I think they’re screening my comment but maybe it’s just the hits.

    Per your instructions to me yesterday, I have been over there posting like crazy.

    Such fun!

  2. check this youtube video (superwoman)

  3. ShaShaMae: Excellent! Our guerilla movement is just beginning but the blogosphere *will* be ours.
    Sp, what state are you voting in and what were the polls like?

    Ghost2: Thanks for the link! I’ll check it out.

  4. I voted in Arizona (outside of Tucson) and at 11:30 AM voting was up 10% in our precinct (at total of 1600 registered voters – at that time 400 had voted) for other primaries.

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