Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Less a Political Party than something to be in the DSM-V

Fresh off the news that 25 percent of registered Republicans want their State to secede, comes this:
A new PPP survey released Tuesday finds that 49% of Republican voters nationally think that ACORN, a now long defunct community organizing group, stole the election for President Obama. That measure is down from 52% in 2008.
Of course, in 2008 ACORN's level of existence was 100%, in 2012 ACORN's level of existence is 0%.


Montag said...

People identifying now as Repugs is down to 32%. So, 49% of 32% is ~ 16%.

Just a few more than the percentage of people who thought Dick Cheney did a great job, i.e., the truly piss-in-their-pants paranoid in society, the people that think "Dr. Strangelove" was a documentary.

bjuneau565 said...

We libs got smart and decentralized. Which is much more effective. And keeeps the wingnuts busy going after a lot of smaller targets rather than one big like ACORN.

jimmiraybob said...

Acorn DOES exist! But you just can't see them thanks to a new invisibility ray that Obama had invented after they saw how effective their Death Ray was in thwarting their chief nemesis, Breitbart.

World domination is on schedule!

pansypoo said...

officially the whigs/no nothings of th 21st century. WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE