Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Humpty Dumpty Sat On a Wall – SO VOTE EVERYONE!

[UPDATE Below] [UPDATE II] [UPDATE III: Humboldt Herald's latest contribution to local Humpties plight]

Did everyone vote like good little boys and girls?

Good! You can blame yourselves when these people look to their own interests first then their corporate bankster-rollers, and the “good-ol' boy club.” This is what you get when you vote for the Ruling Elite's choices. Their choices are all the same. Only the names are different. The only say the "voter" has in this governmental boondoggal is to pay the bill.

Maybe you should take a lesson from Humpty Dumpty and look outside your box:

The old rhyme goes this way:

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.

That's right! Vote all the “Humpty Dumpties” into office. Try, try as you might, but look out for the Kermit's . . .

Local believers:
  1. The Bright Spots :: Eric Kirk - SoHum Parlance II
  2. Quote of the Day :: Humboldt Herald for lots more voting stuff.
  3. More Nonsense  :: NC Journal
  4. Wannabe Believer :: Fred's Humboldt Blog
  5. Mixed Metaphor :: Redheaded Blackbelt
  6. Crappy Is :: The Humboldt Mirror
  7. Litany :: Watch Paul
  8. A Dandy :: Eureka Now!
  9. Gangbusters :: The Reporta
  10. The Best One for last - VOTE! :: Ernie's Place
The real terrorist are right here at home, just call them stupidity, arrogance, irresponsible, liars, etc. When you consider the flim-flam the Obama government and BP has run on America and the world about the Gulf oil blowout, Humpty Dumpty probably has something to say about this too: Scientist: BP Well Could Be Leaking 100,000 Barrels of Oil a Day - Is this the start of Armageddon?

[UPDATE :: Thursday, 10, 2010] Time-Standard's Headline today:

Uncounted ballots leave races uncertain; some 6,000 uncounted votes have host of races hanging in Humboldt County

The newspaper's secondary heading says: “Some 6,000 uncounted votes have host of races hanging.”

The paper reports that Humboldt County Registrar of Voters Carolyn Crnich says,
“With other pressing election requirements, Crnich couldn't say with certainty when the ballots will be tallied and added to Tuesday night's total.” She continues: “We have 29 days (under the law) and this is day one,” Crnich said. “But, I'm hoping to have them done in the next week or two.”
So, what is everyone supposed to do while Ms. Crnich takes care of “other pressing election requirement”? What's more “pressing” than counting the votes. No doubt, if there wasn't a law setting some date, who knows when these votes would be counted. She is gracious though, she splits the difference or so she says.

This is just another glaring example of a “Humpty Dumpty” government official serving their own self-interests while trying to make everyone believe how efficient and responsible they are serving our interest. That's all the public's interests. Those that vote and those that choose not to vote by ballot.

The most telling statement in Crnich's set of priorities, after explaining her "pressing" requirements" that are secondary to the purpose of elections, is: "The idea is to err on the side of caution and to ensure no one is denied the right to vote because of a mistake." Whose mistakes is she worrying about? This is a typical of the effeminate bent in administrative thinking that hamstrings everyone. Did Kermit dump Humpty off the wall again?

[UPDATE II :: Friday, June 11, 2010]

Another Humpty-Dumpty manifests at Humboldt Herald: “NCJ on the DUI” - A small excerpt:

In case you missed it, North Coast Journal editor Hank Sims gives his 2 pence on 5th District Supervisor candidate Ryan Sundberg’s DUI.  He even touches ever so slightly on the major media failure to bring this important information to the voters.

Read the Comments – That's where the story is.

[UPDATE :: Tuesday, June 15, 2010]

How the local corrupt elite work is referenced by the Humboldt Herald at The Reporta where the real meat of the issue is laid out nicely. - You need to read the comments in both blogs to really get the whole picture of how sick the local system is, from the voter to those voted in.


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