“Electile Dysfunction”: the inability to become aroused over any of the choices for president put forth by either party in the 2008 election year.
Electile Dysfunction (ED or political impotence) is an emotional dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop or maintain any excitement over the political process. There are various underlying causes, such as general apathy of the voting bloc, nerve trauma from negative propaganda in the news media, none of which can be cured by traditional surgery.
The causes of electile dysfunction may be physiological or psychological. Physiologically, election excitement is achieved by a hydraulic mechanism based upon blood entering and being retained in the brain to feed it the necessary oxygen for the necessary thought processes that go into making political decisions. | MORE |
Ernest O’Dell has a perfectly hilarious post about the election process this year.
Take a look-see!