Tuesday, November 2, 2010

'Twas The Night Before Elections

'Twas the night before elections
And all through the house,
No voters were stirring or even a mouse.
The ballots were hung at the polls with care,
In the hope that the voters soon would be there.

The people all rested snug in their beds,
While visions of reforms danced in their heads.
With my wife in her kerchief, and I in my cap,
At work we'd both just been given the sack.
At last we were asleep, though both much afeared.

When down in my kitchen I heard a strange sound,
And out of bed I leaped with a bound.
In my own kitchen, I saw Uncle Sam,
With the smell of booze in his beard,
My cigars in his hand.

American Voter he sneered,
Your vote doesn't count.
You have no money,
At least not enough to count.
You don't even work, he said with a jeer.

As he then turned to leave, that old piece of dung,
He mooned me one time, then stuck out his tongue.
Then I heard him exclaim as he broke wind with glee,
You're just a White Worker, you'll never be free!

I wrote this myself, borrowing a bit from 'Twas The Night Before Christmas, and a parody of it Al Bundy recited on a Christmas episode of "Married: With Children", plus my own imagination. It pretty much sums up the American electoral process for the White Working class.

Although this post will be published at midnight, right now it is still Nov. 1 here in the Pacific Time Zone. Election day is tomorrow, and you can imagine, I'm a bit on the anxious side. I don't seriously expect to win, but stranger things have happened. Besides, it'll be interesting at least to see how I did. But even if I lose, it's not a total loss. I learned some valuable things for future elections, and I can also help other aspiring National Socialists. Remember, the first step to political office isn't winning, it's running.

I'll post the election results immediately I learn them, however, I may not learn them until Wednesday. If so, I'll post them Thursday at midnight, which is usually when I set my posts to publish automatically, unless I happen to still be up after that.

BTW, last week I mentioned I had a big announcement I'd make this week. I will let you in on it the day after I post the election results, which means it will be either Thursday or Friday at midnight.

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