Saturday, January 16, 2010

Ed Schultz Urges Voter Fraud for Massachusetts

MSNBC host and Liberal imbecilie Ed Schultz told his listeners that he would vote ten times in next Tuesday's special U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts (see video below). That's where Republican Scott Brown and Democrat Martha Coakley are in a very tight race for the seat that Ted Kennedy held until he died. Brown's campaign could fill that seat with a Republican, and that has Liberals and Democrats freaking out, worried that "Teddy's Senate seat" might be "taken" by those nasty conservatives. They're so worried, apparently, that dopes like Schultz would commit voter fraud to prevent the people from electing the candidate of their choice - and their choice could be a Republican. "I'd cheat to keep these bastards out," said Schultz. Hear him say that in the first video below. In the second video below, Schultz loses his mind over the prospect of Scott Brown "derailing" health care reform. If elected, Brown would become the 41st conservative vote in the Senate, enough to keep the Senate Dems from further violating the U.S. Constitution and plunging the nation deeper into socialism.
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