Good Morning, Lady Karma of Hypocrisyville

March 22, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

The former chair of the Colorado Republican Party and current rightwing talk radio host (translation: he’s so unsexy that he couldn’t get laid at the Chicken Ranch with a hen under each arm and a fifty dollar bill taped to his forehead), has had a visit from the Karma Fairy.

Steve Curtis spend a portion of his radio show before the November election screaming about voter fraud.

“It seems to me,” Curtis said in the 42-minute segment, “that virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats.”

There was “something about being a Democrat,” he said, that made people prone to criminal behavior. At multiple points, the two brought up fraudulent mail-in ballots and “double voting” specifically.

Yeah, he’s been accused of voter fraud.  Here he is, a self-described Tea Party Patriot, misusing mail-in ballots.

It seems that Curtis filled out his ex-wife’s ballot and mailed it in for her because she had divorced him and moved to South Carolina.  She called Colorado to find out how she could vote and they told her that her completed ballot had already been mailed.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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17 Comments to “Good Morning, Lady Karma of Hypocrisyville”

  1. So now what? Will this guy find out he really is a deluded Democrat, or a pathological liar?

  2. captaindan says:

    Sounds as if this person in question is actually a deluded REPUBLICAN and definitely a pathological liar!

  3. charles phillips says:

    I doubt he’ll get the death penalty, but a lifetime ban on voting seems appropriate.

  4. Jane & PKM says:

    Steve Curtis sure established his snacilbuper creds. There is no denying that when snacilbupeR accuse others, it’s a window into what they’ve done, are doing and are thinking about doing.

    Despite all of Donnie’s tweets and claims, even snacilbupeR AG’s and governors refute his nonsense about voter fraud.

    Gerrymander, write state legislative bills to obstruct voter access, and otherwise undermine the electoral process – that is the snacilbupeR ‘guide’ to survival.

    This is not a partisan issue. It has been proven in court and RULED that “We cannot ignore the recent evidence that, because of race, the legislature enacted one of the largest restrictions of the franchise in modern North Carolina history.” Meanwhile in Wisconsin, U.S. District Judge James Peterson also struck down a voting rights law, writing that the objective of the law was to “suppress the reliably Democratic vote of Milwaukee’s African Americans.” A week earlier, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit struck down a Texas law which has been described as the nation’s most restrictive voter ID law. For more, we speak with Ari Berman, senior contributing writer for The Nation, where he covers voting rights. Berman’s recent piece for The Nation is called “The Country’s Worst Anti-Voting Law Was Just Struck Down in North Carolina.”

    Courts said “surgical precision.” That is all too kind. I would say with the brutality of a knife into the back of democracy.

  5. Looks like his karma ran over his dogma.

  6. AliceBeth says:

    The fact that his ex-wife got him in trouble really does make it sweeter, doesn’t it?

  7. Republican response:
    A man voting for his wife, or even ex-wife?
    How is that voter fraud?
    Didn’t she promise to love, cherish, and obey?

  8. OK, just how much play is this getting in his audience range? Thats what counts here. They own him, they bought him, now they’ve got to deal with the mess. And I kinda think this was not an amicable divorce!

  9. Don’t you just love it when they step in it with both feet!

  10. slipstream says:

    This idiot committed two crimes: voter fraud and theft of US mail. Anybody contact the postal inspectors yet?

  11. Sandridge says:

    Total complete redundancy:
    “…deluded REPUBLICAN and definitely a pathological liar!”. Anytime you have a Repocrisy, you have a deluded pathological liar (and idiotic fool).

  12. I confess to being curious about whether he turned her into a Democrat.

  13. I can’t find his email address. I wanted to email him to ask how much prison time to do he thought someone guilty of voter fraud should get. Y’know cause snacilbupeR all say a crime like voter fraud deserves no leniency.

  14. @LynnN

    Not betting on whether Curtis turned his former wife Democrat, but I’d wager money he turned her against nacilbupeR “men”.

  15. I applaud that creep’s wife for ditching him. I wonder about women who marry males who subscribe to the “Lord & master” thing. Why? What makes them believe they should be subservient? Upbringing, abuse history, current abuse, millenia of gender-based submission, I suppose. Does a strong, self-supporting, able woman with good ego strength and no preconditions marry such a moron? And stay with him by her own choice? I can’t imagine.

    I can’t imagine wanting to be around a man who believes that he is smarter, wiser, more capable, more deserving than me simply because he is male. Boggles my mind.

  16. Erich Russell says:

    There was a story here months ago about a Republican who had voted in two states in the same election cycle. Then there is the matter above about bribing an opponent to leave the race. Then this. My problem with southern justice is that not one of these violations will result in a voter disqualification. The plea bargain will keep the white Republican offender on the voter rolls. That’s not Karma. It is corruption pure and simple.

  17. Wow! What some guys will use as a crutch for their own self-generated inferiority!