Even if somebody scammed the entire national election, the Supreme Court, now that the precedent has been set, will simply set aside the election and will appoint their choice of winner.
it would be funnier if the article didn't ignore the constitutional requirement that the president be at least 35 years old.
Oddly enough its not the worst scenario that I can come up with.
Pendant: That just makes it funnier to me.
Pendant - by 2008, the Constitution will be even more of a fading memory than it is now. I think that's the point.
I have not come across Avant News before, I liked their story about Nearly "21 Million Iraqis Not Yet Killed" even more.
sigh...its too bad you guys can't enjoy the humor without throwing a few political bombs!
"Funny Future History"
Thanks for these guiding words Bruce, otherwise I would not have figured out that this is a joke.
I think the "21m Iraqis not yet killed" was a take firom the 'rockalltimes.co.uk' story: 95% of Iraqis not dead, with similar stats-to-make-the-world-look-like-a-nice-place type spin.
The latest RT story is has this quote:
"We all know why we were attacked in 2001. Our opinion polls are clear. Americans were attacked for their way of life and their freedoms. Thanks to our Republican stewardship these factors will no longer induce such envy. Let me give you examples. In 2006, globally, the US ranks 8th by GDP per capita, 9th in economic freedom (source: heritage.org), a lowly 13th in Quality-of-Life (source: The Economist), and a dismal 44th in press freedom (source: Reporters sans frontiers). These pitiable scores mean that we are no longer the target."
Pendant - from TFA:
"the strongest showing ever received by a write-in candidate since the dissolution of the Constitution in 2007"
Would you also like to complain that the article "ignores the constitutional requirement that votes not be faked?"
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