I Guess Dean Chambers Didn’t Learn After All…

Remember back when it seemed that Dean “UnSkewed” Chambers had learned his lesson?

Well, it didn’t last long.

His newest entry into the world of “math you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better”:  a website dedicated to “exposing how they stole the 2012 election.”

It is called “Barack O’Fraudo.”



(At first I thought it had to be a parody, but there is a link to the new site via on Unskewedpolitics.com, so I guess it is legit—although that’s hardly the right word).

And then there’s this column:  We’re riding that ‘Long Black Train’ to economic oblivion, which contains this line:  “The majority sold their souls for welfare benefits, EBT cards, ObamaPhones and other “things” from the government paid for by the taxpayers.”

So, has everyone who voted for Obama gotten their phones and food stamps yet?

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Steven L. Taylor is a Professor of Political Science and a College of Arts and Sciences Dean. His main areas of expertise include parties, elections, and the institutional design of democracies. His most recent book is the co-authored A Different Democracy: American Government in a 31-Country Perspective. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas and his BA from the University of California, Irvine. He has been blogging since 2003 (originally at the now defunct Poliblog). Follow Steven on Twitter


  1. Moosebreath says:

    Telling people the lies they want to hear pays better than telling the truth, every time.

  2. David says:

    Free phones? Maybe I don’t have to wait 3 more mo the till I am eligible for a new phone with my cell provider. Coolness.

  3. Hal 10000 says:

    Headdesk. That site is hilarious. He really thinks Pennsylvania, where Obama won by 6 points and 300,000 votes, where registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans, would have gone for Romney. Sheesh.

  4. Jim Henley says:

    Waitaminnit – How can the election be stolen AND the majority of voters have sold their souls? The latter would represent an election that was, in the most uncharitable construction, bought rather than stole. Someone ask Mister Dooley to straighten this out!

  5. mantis says:

    My Nexus 4 arrived in the mail today, but I’m still waiting on Obama to pay for it. I’m starting to think I may be waiting a while.

  6. KariQ says:

    I haven’t gotten a single gift from the Obama administration yet, and I’m starting to get quite concerned. After all, they promised me all of this great stuff, and so far all I’ve gotten is the death of Bin Laden, the strongest economy in the industrialized world, an end to involvement in Iraq, health care reform, a government capable of dealing with major disasters competently, and … Wait. Actually now that I think about it, Obama’s given us all quite a bit.

    Not that I wouldn’t like to see an end to drone warfare and several other changes, but if you’d told me in 2008 that all these gifts were coming my way, I’d have been thrilled.

  7. stonetools says:

    My phone is in the mail, my T-Bone steaks are due around Christmas, and I’m expecting a lifetime supply of government cheese…..

  8. al-Ameda says:

    Dean Chambers is wasting valuable oxygen.

  9. de stijl says:

    It is called “Barack O’Fraudo.”

    It’d be like be like if Art Schlicter and Ryan Leaf opened a media relations training school for professional athletes.

    Fitzgerald was crazy wrong – There are second acts in American lives. They’re just pointless, pig-ignorant, pie-eyed money-grubbing schemes doomed to fail in a desperate stab to remain relevant and in the public eye after one’s flash in the pan status has passed its expiration date.

    Fame – even niche internet fame – is addictive.

    1000 to 1 that Snooki writes a parenting book.

  10. Fiona says:

    I guess reality was too much for Chambers, nor did it generate enough profits. So, it’s back to feeding the crazy.

  11. clone12 says:

    As the 53% 1.5% that voted for Obama, I demand my t-bone steak contraceptive phone!

  12. SFAW says:

    @Jim Henley:

    I realize you’re not being serious, but:

    Expecting consistency of any kind – logical, for example – in a Rethug’s argument is foolish.

  13. wetcasements says:

    Salty wing-nut tears of impotent rage are always delicious.

  14. Barry says:

    @Jim Henley: “How can the election be stolen AND the majority of voters have sold their souls? ”

    Easy. Romney bought the election with his soul, so they stole it from him.

  15. Barry says:


    “As the 53% 1.5% that voted for Obama, I demand my t-bone steak contraceptive phone! ”

    (winces in imagined agony)