Arizona: Give It Up

December 18, 2012 By: Juanita Jean Category: Uncategorized

So yesterday electors across America gathered to cats their state’s electoral votes and every thing went according to plan, except ….

In Arizona, though, a different story: “Arizona’s 11 Republican electors formally cast their votes Monday for Mitt Romney – but not before three of them, including the state party chairman, said questions remain about whether President Obama is a natural-born citizen,” the Arizona Daily Star writes. “ ‘I’m not satisfied with what I’ve seen,’ said Tom Morrissey, head of the Arizona Republican Party, after signing the formal paperwork to cast his Electoral College vote for Romney. ‘I think for somebody in the president’s position to not have produced a document that looks more legitimate, I have a problem with that,’ Morrissey said.”

He won.  In a freekin’ landslide.  Buy a clue, Arizona.  You were casting your state’s votes for Romney so what the fool tarnation did it matter anyway?  Did you think your vote for Romney counted twice if you trashed the President?

Arizona – no splashing in the gene pool, okay?

Thanks to David for the heads up.

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17 Comments to “Arizona: Give It Up”


  1. AZ needs to shock that gene pool with a double dose of chlorine.

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  2. Gene pool? Seriously? These guys never got off the mud flats….

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  3. At this point in the birther distraction, “I’m not satisfied with what I’ve seen,” sounds like a comment from a guy who had a subscription to the National Enquirer because “Enquiring (sic) minds want to know.”

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  4. Shavedwombat says:

    Children…..they just got taller.

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  5. Well, it is Arizona. And it was only three. That could almost be viewed as progress.

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  6. publius bolonius says:

    I wonder what AZ birth certificates look like. Are they much more ‘legitimate’ looking than Hawaiian certificates? Do they have the little footprint on them? Or are they, like mine, a reverse-color photostat from the olden days? Would tassels and ribbons and glitter make it more legit? Just WTH are these Teabilly toesuckers yapping about?

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  7. Ralph Wiggam says:

    Questions remain indeed!

    I want to know why he was never taught “to not”(sic) split infinitives.

    And more important, I’d like to know where to put the decimal in his IQ score. Is it before or after the first digit?

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  8. I love this …

    “Just WTH are these Teabilly toesuckers yapping about?”

    Thank you Publius B.!!

    The only thing that comes to my feeble mind is: Sweet Jesus!!

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  9. Bless their tiny hearts (and whatever it is that passes for their souls).

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  10. It has got to be the heat and sun. It just has to be ….

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  11. Aghast Independent says:

    Go ahead, Tom Morrisey. Cast your vote for a LOSER. In fact, we hope you continue to keep casting your right wing nut job vote for more losers. Just maybe then we will get some decent elected officials running our government.

    Three cheers for nut jobs, they shoot themselves in the foot!

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  12. Corinne Sabo says:

    Is Arizona legitimate?

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  13. 1toughlady says:

    You know what they say, you can’t spell “crazy” without AZ.

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  14. I have a few questions on this story. What are Tom Morrisey’s qualifications to opine on the validity of birth certificates? Has he studied the various forms all the 50 states have used over the years? If so, where and when did he do this studying, and did he make a passing grade? My last question is, “what do they write in as mother on a birth certificate when you’re the son of a motherless goat like Morrisey?”

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  15. I’m not satisfied with what I’ve seen

    Y’know, that’s a really nice all-purpose way to say “FOAD”. Whatever anybody shows you, you just say “I’m not satisfied”.

    While we’re at it, I’m not satisfied with Mr. Morrissey’s birth certificate either.

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  16. Does the birther rhetoric for the past four years about Obama’s place of birth, established beyond a shadow of a doubt that Ted Cruz is not a natural-born citizen and therefore ineligible to be president?

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  17. I live in Arizona–my car’s bumpersticker says it all: He won–Get Over It!
    Apparently some of us here can’t do it.

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