Sunday, May 21, 2006

Mr. Chocolate Wins

Mayor Ray Hagin has won his race for re-election in "Nawlins". In his victory speech, he said:
It's time for us to stop the bickering.It's time for us to stop measuring things in black and white and yellow and Asian. It's time for us to be one New Orleans.
Yellow and Asian?

Mr. "New Orleans needs to remain black", has won, so he wants no more "bickering" from the whites, the yellows or the Asians.(Read as no more conflict, arguing or disagreement from you losers)

Who the hell are the yellows? Can't be the Asians...

Nagin won with 52.3 percent, or 59,460 votes, to Lt. Gov. Mitch Landrieu's 47.7 percent, or 54,131 votes. While the vote was split largely along racial lines, Nagin got enough of a crossover in white districts to make the difference. He also won a slim majority of absentee and fax votes cast by evacuees scattered across the country.

Hold the phone here... fax votes?

Evacuees across the country could vote by fax? How safe and accurate can a fax vote possibly be? How legal is that?

Anyone claiming that a fax vote is safe and accurate must also believe that their e-mail is private and secure.

Fax votes, hah. More like "I smell a rat" votes.

I'd call for a re-count immediately.

Maybe there's a large group of people living in Nawlins that have hepatitis... they could be the mystery "yellow" voting bloc.

"...the vote was split largely along racial lines...". Diversity in action.

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