I wrote a couple of days ago about Cuyahoga County, Ohio, where Mitt Romney got less than 1% of the vote in over 100 precincts. Indeed, he got ZERO votes in 16 of them, where a total of 5,925 people voted. That's 0 out of 5,925 votes across 16 precincts. Not to mention the other precincts where Romney got 1, 2, or 3 votes out of similar numbers of total votes cast.
Now, take a look at this CNN report on a County in Texas where Obama did not fare well. It must have been a massive number of voters who voted against Barack Obama to warrant reporter Gary Tuckman going all that way, right?
That's right -- 139 to 5. That's what was so astonishing as to make the CNN reporter go all the way to King County, Texas to investigate. It was the fact that Romney won 139 votes to Obama's 5 votes.
Doesn't it make you just want to suck your brain out through your nose with a hand-vac?
Hey, CNN reporter Gary Tuckman, can you program your GPS to get ya to Cuyahoga County, Ohio? That's where Cleveland is. You know, the city in northeastern Ohio, right on Lake Erie? The place where Romney got less than 1% of the votes in over 100 precincts? Out of thousands of voters? Report something WORTH reporting for a change, why don't ya!