That's the latest bleat from the Bidet camp about "Dealing with loss."

First, not a single state has yet certified their votes, and at least 5 are either still in count or in legal dispute.  NJ hasn't even started counting (they start in about 6 hours from this post).  We know how NJ is probably going to go, but there is a process here.

Look, if you're positive Joe Bidet and his side ho are going to win, what's the problem with waiting for the actual count? You know, that thing that legally determines the election? They count, he wins, no problem. That's how we do it in America. They haven't determined House or Senate, either.

Have you forgotten your boy Al and his 47 recounts in 2000, every single one of which he lost? We don't even have the first count yet.  We know what the media says, but last I checked, they're not mentioned in Art II, Sec 1, Clause 3, or the 12th Amendment. (I furnish those as a courtesy, since I know Demorrhoids are unfamiliar with the US Constitution, and regard it as some Satanic verse.)

What would a prospective employer think about waiting for the tally? That depends on your job.

If you're in law, sociology, forensics, accounting, IT security, statistics, or any field involving math, your prospective employer would like to know you're detail-oriented and complete a task, including documentation and sourcing.

I suppose if you're the kind of worthless piece of shit who'd vote for a racist, rapist, child-molesting, anti-semitic, Nazi with Alzheimers and a prostitutor who boasts of jailing black men under false pretenses, and you're desperate for a job at Half Price Books or MSDNC, it might be an issue.

If the latter is the case, you might want to reconsider your life choices. 


#1 Dale Flowers 2020-11-11 17:35
Why include Sociology with those other fields? The social sciences are fairly much voodoo and Sociology sticks out like a turd in the punch bowl by being included.

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