Michael Schaus

Organizing for America (or ACORN) must have some boots on the ground in Crimea, Ukraine. In the typical fashion of third world banana republics, Soviet style dictatorships, and liberal American cities, Crimea voted yesterday to join the Russian Federation with stunning voter-turnout. How stunning? Well, in Sevastopol, the turnout was roughly 123 percent of the voting population. So… Yeah, it’s kinda like Chicago.

According to Pravda Ukraine (no relation to the soviet propagandistic peddler of Stalinism known as “Pravda”), over 474,000 people turned out to vote in the referendum in Sevastopol. Of course, this is kinda curious given that there are only 385,462 people of voting age in the area. But, it’s pretty hard to self-righteously criticize Crimea when America experiences its fair share of third-world voter fraud.

Heck, a lady who’s been dead for six years apparently voted in 2010, in Detroit. (Why let a little thing like death keep you from the polls?) Philadelphia saw a number of precincts vote 100 percent for dear leader Obama in the last presidential election. (I know… It’s kinda hard to believe no-one voted for Pat Buchanan.) Of course, Chicago has become a punch line for voting early – and often. But, heck, Crimea pulled this off without automatic mail-in-ballots. Imagine how high the turnout would have been with some Democrat-approved voter laws?

So I think it’s pretty obvious that some high-level Chicago voting officials have defected to the Crimea peninsula. Maybe OFA organizers helped to bus Russians into the area before the votes took place. It could even be possible that Putin, Crimea, and their puppet government called up Rahm Emmanuel for personal tips. (Because, heaven knows they wouldn’t call Blagojevich.)

Michael Schaus

Michael Schaus is a talk radio host, the Associate Editor for Townhall Finance, and the executive producer for Ransom Notes Radio. He is a writer, artist, and political humorist. Having worked in a wide range of industries (including construction, journalism, and financial services) his perspectives and world views are forged with a deep understanding of what it means to be an American conservative. Visit RightWingImage.com for more from Michael.