Monday, October 27, 2008

Alaska GOP to Alaska Voters - "Vote for Ted, "Cause He Can't"

“We need to continue to support Sen. Stevens. We need to vote for him because a vote for him is a vote for a conservative candidate, a Republican who best represents the interests and beliefs of Alaskans. … We don’t know what happens in the future. But if you don’t want Mark Begich, you vote for Ted Stevens.”

- McHugh Pierre, chief spokesman for the Alaska Republican Party.

Q: I was convicted of a felony, but have served my time and am on probation. Can I register to vote?

A: No. A convicted felon may not register to vote unless unconditionally discharged from custody. When you are no longer on probation, a copy of your discharge papers will allow you to register.

- that's from the State of Alaska Division of Elections web site.

“This is a sad day for Alaska and for Sen. Stevens and his family. The verdict shines a light on the corrupting influence of the big oil service company that was allowed to control too much of our state. … As governor of the state of Alaska, I will carefully monitor this situation and take any appropriate action as needed. In the meantime, I ask the people of Alaska to join me in respecting the workings of our judicial system. I’m confident Sen. Stevens will do what’s right for the people of Alaska.

- Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska

Let me see if I have this straight:

1). The chief spokesperson for the Alaska GOP is telling Alaska voters that their best choice is to vote for a convicted felon, in spite of this glaring set of facts:

Tom Anderson : Naughty Gray Bar Hotel
Bill Allen: Very, Very, Very Naughty Plead Guilty
Rick Smith: Naughty Plead Guilty
Pete Kott: Naughty and Easy Gray Bar Hotel
Bruce Weyhrauch: Naughty Indicted
John Cowdery: Naughty Indicted
Vic Kohring: Naughty Gray Bar Hotel
Ben Stevens: Very Naughty In the Bag
Ted Stevens: Very, Very Naughty and Haughty CONVICTED!
Don Young: Naughty and Rude Under Investigation and Spending $ Like Crazy
Frank Murkowski: Naughty and Slow Give 'im rope
Jim Clark: Very, Very, Very Naughty Plead Guilty

2). That felon - Ted Stevens - cannot even vote for himself next week.

3). The state's Governor, even though campaigning on a so-called "anti-corruption" platform, refuses to openly call for Stevens to step aside.

4). Stevens' conviction assures the elections of Mark Begich and Ethan Berkowitz. Ethan was probably already there, but this helps.

5). This will probably help our state races, too. Especially if we all push that idiot, McHugh Pierre's plea. Does anyone have any pictures of Palin pallin' with Pierre? If you do - send 'em to me.

6). We'll see how this effects November 5th, 2008.

I can't wait!


Anonymous said...

Conservative? Are you fucking kidding? McHugh Pierre's logic is as fucked up as his name. Look, I love Ted Stevens, and I beleive we as Alaskans cannot thank him enough for bringing huge federal bucks to a state that helps put fuel in cars, salmon on dinner plates and fulfills lifelong dreams for many of our nations blue-haired citizens. But no one can seriously think Ted Stevens is anything close to a conservative. Ted Stevens is to the federal teat what mechanized high production milking machines are to busty engorged cows. He is the ultimate rainmaker. He plays the federal system like a fiddle. The federal appropriations system is, or was, his bitch. Surely, McPew, your hair gel has infected what little brain cells you had if you think Ted Stevens is a conservative. Like I said, I love the guy. But you just blew it by speaking to me like I am a dumb ass ignorant fuck. So, I'm voting for Begich. He doesn't treat me like a moron. And another thing, McPuke, stop kissing all that republican sphincter; they will never accept you with a name like Pierre. Haven't you heard of Freedom Fries?

Anonymous said...

YOU ARE AN IDIOT if you vote for a convicted FELON! Moron!

Unless you are one of those people who are so DUMB as to think that voting IN a felon would be the right thing to do! Go crawl back in your HOLE!

The people of Alaska are absolute idiots if they vote in a CONVICTED FELON!

Anonymous said...

When I read your statement McHugh Pierre, I felt embarrassed, disappointed, and for the first time I felt ashamed to be an Alaskan. What happened to being able to differentiate beween right and wrong? Where has the integrity of our great state gone? What happened to the values and morals we are to live by and to teach or children? Children, pre-teens,and adolescents coming into young adulthood~ they look up to adults such as yourself and when they read statements such as yours, saw TV advertisements urging viewers to "over look the 7 felony convictions and vote for Ted Stevens during the elections, and hear rhetoric similar to that even now," what message does that send them? We try to teach our kids right from wrong, to know that they will be held accountable for their actions and behaviors that do wrong, break laws, and endanger or hurt others. How does this statement or message reflect the very premise of what we are trying to teach our young, our future????

What happened to McHugh Pierre who once stood for something????

"Leaders are more powerful role models when they learn, then when they teach."

~Rosabeth Moss Kantor