Choose and perish!

Jack, in comments over at Weerd’s has defined the meme for this election.

Given how the GOP field has been winnowed, this has really just been a race to determine the form Gozer the Traveler takes.

So this just means the giant Sloar is off the table and means is we’re looking between the moving Torb and the Staypuff Marshmellow man.

Yep. All you poor deluded fools that think Romney HAS to be better than Obama haven’t been paying attention. This election is going to wind up as a choice between suck and fail.

Choose and perish, indeed.

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Choose and perish! — 13 Comments

  1. And don’t be so sure which is suck and which is fail!

    I’ll be voting for Johnson, but really I’m just rooting against Romney.

    Better a lazy person who’d rather just go on vacation who hates my rights than one who believes in getting shit done who does.

  2. The main reason I will go ahead and pull the lever for Romney is that with Obama out of office we also get rid of the race baiter in charge of the DOJ

  3. So you think you have to pick between Romney or Obama? Silly People! Everyone KNOWS that the Kobayashi-Maru Ticket is going to Win in a Landslide! Just ask Zercool.

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  5. To me this election boils down to one point only, who is going to appoint the next one or two Justices to the Supreme Court? I already know Obama preferences, can’t honestly say what Romney will do, but prefer to have a President that might listen to our side before submitting a candidate.If Obama wins, forget strict scrutiny, forget 2A rights outside of the home, forget the right to carry & welcome more sanctioning of things like Obama Care.

  6. Do you think the guy who brought Massachusetts an assault weapons ban and a statewide version of Obamacare gives a crap about strict scrutiny and the 2nd amendment?

  7. Before you get all hung up on the whole Supreme Court chooser thing, better take a close look at the choices Romney made for the Massachusetts courts.

    In 2005, The Boston Globe ran a story on Romney’s judicial appointments. The article stated:

    Governor Mitt Romney, who touts his conservative credentials to out-of-state Republicans, has passed over GOP lawyers for three-quarters (75%) of the 36 judicial vacancies he has faced, instead tapping registered Democrats or independents – including two gay lawyers who have supported expanded same-sex rights.

    Of the 36 people Romney named to be judges or clerk magistrates, 23 are either registered Democrats or unenrolled voters who have made multiple contributions to Democratic politicians or who voted in Democratic primaries, state and local records show. In all, he has nominated nine registered Republicans, 13 unenrolled voters, and 14 registered Democrats.

  8. I read MASS passed their AWB in 1998. Uncle Mittens signed a bill in 2004 clearing up some of the confusing statutes. That was Chapter 150, if What I Read was correct. What was the Chapter/title/bill of the AWB he signed?

    Note, I’ve repeated the same story, without doing any research. I’m still of the opinion voting for Mitt is picking the cleanest cowflop in the pasture. However, as Lois McMaster Bujold said in *Cryoburn*, “Let me tell you young man-the dirty little secret of democracy is that just because you get a vote, doesn’t mean you get your choice.”

  9. 2012 is shaping up to be a great year. Most of my prepping is done, just need to stock up on a couple kegs of shock top, extra batteries for my remote and a shit ton of jiffypop.

  10. I figure Romney will at least try to behave himself for one term…damn sure wouldn’t want to reelect him.
    We know that Obama has avoided gun control because he wants to keep the job another 4 years.
    What happens when that’s no longer hanging over his head?

    I’m not saying there’s a good choice, or even a definitive one in either case…but I’m not willing to just wait and see how bad Barry can get as a lame-duck.