Shorter Politico:

“All men are created equal, but white dudes are more equal.”

Here’s the full bit:

“If President Barack Obama wins, he will be the popular choice of Hispanics, African-Americans, single women and highly educated urban whites. That’s what the polling has consistently shown in the final days of the campaign. It looks more likely than not that he will lose independents, and it’s possible he will get a lower percentage of white voters than George W. Bush got of Hispanic voters in 2000.

“A broad mandate this is not.”

So, some votes are better than others, eh Politico?

(Politico)

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0 Responses to Shorter Politico:

  1. KnucklesBdraggin says:

    well at least the dumb white men

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  2. Dimitrios says:

    It appears that according to Politico, a black’s vote is only worth three-fifths of a white male’s vote, while a female’s vote is worth just half, and a Latino’s vote is two-fifths. This would make female blacks’ and Latinos’ votes worth three-tenths and two tenths, respectively.

    One hopes that their voting machines don’t have any problems adding fractions.

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  3. Labrys says:

    Gee, if that isn’t a broad enough mandate, it could be cause to hope that idiots might be in the minority?!

    Oh, wait…oh fuuuck!

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  4. PWL says:

    Did they say this back in 2000, when W. lost the popular vote to Gore? I would guess not.

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  5. Grung_e_Gene says:

    How can a coalition including single women not be a “broad” mandate? Because a mandate requires flabby jowled white men. Q.E.D.

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  6. Bruce388 says:

    The only ones who matter are those who were present for the 47% speech (the one we know about) and their ilk.

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  7. RWW says:

    They’re already coming up with the warm blanky all the thumbsuckers are gonna need after their clock gets cleaned tomorrow.

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  8. moeman says:

    24 hours and its the impeachment meme.

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