Thursday, June 22, 2017

IF ASSHOLES COULD FLY ... THIS GUY WOULD BE AN AIRPORT!!!

Jon Ostroff Wasted $50 million in Georgia, Complains about Money collusion in local politics ... and couldn't even vote for himself!

THE MOTHER'S MILK OF ALL POLITICS IS MONEY!
Democratic hopeful and liberal darling Jon Ossoff openly complained about “money in politics” just days before Georgia’s special election; conveniently ignoring the fact his campaign raised and ultimately wasted more than $50 million for his failed congressional race against Republican candidate Karen Handel. 

  • The 30-year old liberal outspent Handel nearly amassing a giant war chest from collusion of left-wing donors outside the 6th. Congressional District, mainly in New York and California
  • The donation collusion clearly shows the constituency in the 6th district has no opinion or representation when it comes to whom they wish to have representing their unique interests, when over 95% of donations come from outside the district, only 3.5% of donations came from within the 6th. District.
  • “The most important political office is that of the private citizen (... in the district).” Justice Louis D. Brandeis 
Ironically, Ossoff spoke with NPR a day before the special election, saying “the role of money in politics is a major problem.” 

“The role of money in politics is a major problem and particularly the role of unchecked anonymous money. There have been super PACs in Washington who have been putting up tens of millions of dollars of attack ads in air for months now,” said the failed democratic nominee. “I'm proud of the fact that my campaign has raised that money in small-dollar contributions, on average less than $50.” (THE DEMS NATIONALIZED THIS ELECTION AND LOSS!)
“There's no question that money in politics is a major problem, which is one of the reasons that we need campaign finance reform so that candidates and campaigns will spend more time talking to voters and discussing the issues and less time raising money,” he added.

The special election to replace Health and Human Services Director Tom Price was the most expensive House race in the history of the United States.

NOW FOR THE KITCHEN ANALYSIS --  WHY THE DEMOCRATS WON'T WIN THE NEXT ELECTION!

THIS WAS A RACE IN WHICH NEITHER CANDIDATE WAS RUNNING FOR ELECTION ...

6th Congressional District, Georgia Demographics

THE TAKE AWAY: NOT EXACTLY A DISTRICT WHERE THE VOTERS HAVE NO SHOES AND TEETH ARE OPTIONAL ... THE DISTRICT DEMOGRAPHICS REPRESENT A PROFILE OF VOTERS THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEEDS TO WIN IN THE MID-TERM ELECTIONS.

POPULATION OF THE 6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: 716,576 -- adjusting for those within the population that are too young to vote (25%) leaving a "potential" voting group of 537,432.  

  • Only 48% (259,488) of those eligibale to voted during this special election voted.
  • Only 124,893 democrats voted in this special election.
  • In the run off April 18, 2017 election to pare down the candidates the democrats cast 92,673 votes (48.1%) of the total votes cast.
  • Sooo, in the special election an additional 32,220 democrats voted.
  • $50,000,000 made this the most expensive congressional election EVER.
  • How much money was donated within the 6th. Congressional District for their representation in Congress?
    • Well using Ossoff numbers at small contributions of $50 or less simply means that voters in the 6th. Congressional District DID NOT HAVE ANY INPUT INTO THE SELECTION OF THEIR REPRESENTATIVE!!!
  • Democratic Math shows:
    • Using Ossoff numbers shows his voters contributed $6,244,650 assuming each donated $50.
    • Which means there was an 8 to 1 collusion from donations from outside players in the 6th. Congressional District
    • Each cast vote cost $400.00; or another way of evaluating the pick up votes from the April 18, 2017 run-off election showed 32,220 additional votes at a cost of $1,551 per vote. 
  • In the 2016 6th district voting which elected Tom Price the democrat candidate Rodney Stooksbury received 124,917 votes (perhaps Nancy Pelosi anointed the wrong candidate)!
BUT WAIT THAT'S NOT ALL!
Home ownership within the district is the comparable as the country (66.5% vs 66.1%), which  in the broader context means issues effecting home ownership  are important; such as having a job, affordable healthcare, children and their education, taxes, rural vs. urban issues. 
Female demographics within the district vs the nation is 51.1% and 50.8% respectively.

Nationwide Claims to Fame
  • 6th Congressional District is 5th out of 436 other congressional districts in Residents with college degree (older than 25)
  • 6th Congressional District is 26th out of 436 other congressional districts in Income per capita
  • 6th Congressional District is 31st out of 436 other congressional districts in Residents with high school diploma (older than 25)
  • 6th Congressional District is 34th out of 436 other congressional districts in Income per household

Statewide Claims to Fame

  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Home median value
  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Income per capita
  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Income per household
  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Race - Two or More
  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Residents with college degree (older than 25)
  •  6th Congressional District is 1st in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Residents with high school diploma (older than 25)
  • 6th Congressional District is 2nd in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Current population (2012)
  • 6th Congressional District is 2nd in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Foreign born residents
  • 6th Congressional District is 2nd in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Households
  • 6th Congressional District is 2nd in Georgia out of 14 other congressional districts in Race - Asian