Kos: Vote for Romney; Huckabee: What Would Jesus Do?

Markos Moulitsas is calling for Democrats to vote in the Republican primary in Michigan, and he thinks Mitt Romney is the man to vote for. His reasoning is that it benefits the Democrats to keep the remaining Republicans in the race.

If we can help push Mitt over the line, not only do we help keep their field fragmented, but we also pollute Romney’s victory. How “legitimate” will the Mittster’s victory look if liberals provide the margin of victory? Think of the hilarity that will ensue. We’ll simply be adding fuel to their civil war, never a bad thing from our vantage point.

Except that you just told us that was what you were going to do, idiot. This is what they call “too clever by half.” As if we needed more evidence that you are a grasping, unoriginal halfwit, you’ve projected your idiocy onto the rest of the country. It’s very simple: if you tell them that you are trying to spoil Romney’s win, there’s no reason Republicans to expect it to be “legitimate,” dumbass.

Personally, I’m grateful for the help because there is a far worse candidate on the Republican side. And he’s putting his Christian followers to work:

So pro-Huckabee organizers say they are focusing their entire effort on turning out evangelical church goers. They plan to call every evangelical pastor in the state over the next few days. Those ministers can’t endorse any candidate from the pulpit — but they can tell their parishioners that “it’s their Christian duty,” to turn out on primary day, said Glenn. “And we know who they’ll be voting for.”To help drive that message home, thousands of volunteers will be dropping leaflets and waving signs in church parking lots across Michigan this Sunday. Glenn says there will also be several news conferences across the state through the January 15 vote featuring groups of pastors announcing their personal support for Huckabee, an organized wave of callers into Michigan’s Christian radio stations, and phone trees targeting the state’s largest churches from within.



~ by Gabriel Malor on January 11, 2008.

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