Thursday, November 08, 2012

Inside Story of Romney's Data SNAFU

This is--in a way--hilarious, particularly if you remember the old "Systems and Processing" moniker.  Why?  Because it proves that nothing ever changes with those guys, no matter WHAT you call it.

Project ORCA is a massive undertaking – the Republican Party’s newest, unprecedented and most technologically advanced plan to win the 2012 presidential election.

Oh?  Well, here's someone who actually volunteered to work with it:

Pretty much everything in that sentence is false. The "massive undertaking" is true, however. It would take a lot of planning, training and coordination to be done successfully (oh, we'll get to that in a second). This wasn't really the GOP's effort, it was Team Romney's. And perhaps "unprecedented" would fit if we're discussing failure.

The whole dismal story is at the link.  And yes, you will laugh your cynical laughs.


Meg Knopp said...
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Anonymous said...

The "severe" conservatives and a billion in Citizens United donations were equally flaccid. The GOP seems to be going the way of the Whig party.

Saint Revolution said...

What brainchild thought that any technology for automation was simply an "overnight" project?!

Mercury load testing, redundant failover planning, loadbalancing architecture, logisticized human processes (or, in this case, completely failed (MayDay) logisticized human processes), etc....any IT/web project is an serious project management undertaking.

"...The bitter irony of this entire endeavor was that a supposedly small government candidate gutted the local structure of GOTV efforts in favor of a centralized, faceless organization in a far off place (in this case, their Boston headquarters). Wrap your head around that..."

The TRUE irony of all this is that Rombama was no better of a candidate than OTrauma...they're both pieces of shit.

...and now WE THE PEOPLE are in deep shit.

It is all completely broken.


Peruse other Saint Revolution Dad29 blog comments here.

Anonymous said...

Timmy, why don't just link again to Dr. Jerome Corsi?

A former banker/investor. 25 years experience. According to Timmy, we NEVER trust them. EVER.

In 1995, Corsi and a business partner convinced 20 Minnesota investors to give him money for Polish investments. That money disappeared and the FBI was called in to investigate. Though they did not find enough evidence to charge Corsi, several investors sued him, winning their court cases.
But they weren’t able to collect from Corsi. He had reportedly transferred all his assets and funds to his wife’s name.

Bankgster!--Corsi has worked until recently at Guilford Securities, a Manhattan investment firm.

Corsi is a conspiracy theorist's wet dream. So easily duped, Timmy.

And here are Dr. Corsi's "pals".

It is now up to YOU to find evidence to refute my claim.

He's also a plagiarist.

And his BIRTHER BOOK was pulled.

Counter with evidence, Timmy, to refute.

Anonymous said...

LOL. All bark, no bite

Anonymous said...

Exactly, Anony, St. Revolution is all bark and no bite!