A Real Y2K Bug
A New Disease
Discovered in Year 2000 Threatens America
Michael D. Robbins
A new disease has been discovered in the
year 2000 and thus has been dubbed "the real Y2K bug". This disease
has taken a great toll on the United States and its citizens, and its ill
effects will last for many years. It is crucial for the future of the U.S.
and its citizens that this disease be promptly and thoroughly treated until
it is eradicated. This disease, formally named agoreaphobia, is defined
An abnormal intense fear of losing an election
and the power of public office, often leading to obsessive-compulsive behavior
including repeated attempts to steal an election.
Those afflicted with agoreaphobia exhibit
bizarre abnormal behavior including compulsive lying and cheating; and
frivolous election challenges involving the following:
repeated vote recounts and ballot manipulation
by party officials;
counting blank "none-of-the-above" ballots
as votes for oneself;
lawsuits involving hundreds of lawyers;
actions to exclude hundreds of thousands of
legitimate votes while claiming that "every vote must be counted";
an extreme fear of counting absentee ballots
from American military men and women; and
accusations that the real winner is trying
to steal the election.
Once the election results are conclusive,
and all methods to steal the election have been exhausted and unsuccessful,
the loser and others afflicted with the disease claim that the winner "is
illegitimate" and "was selected, not elected".
A person afflicted with agoreaphobia is
commonly referred to as a "sore loserman" after the election has concluded.
Agoreaphobia is often associated with egomania,
delusions of grandeur, loss of immunity, and fear of prosecution. Agoreaphobia
is highly contagious and spreads quickly, but only among members of the
same political party.
Members of the news media and the entertainment
industry are especially susceptible to agoreaphobia due to their weakened
inane systems, lack of diversity in brain structure, and extreme intolerance
for healthy, rational, and logical thought patterns. Many have even promised
to leave the country if they were not allowed to steal the election. However,
none have actually carried out their promise. Thus, the compulsive liar
behavior appears to dominate over the fear of losing power behavior.
Indoctrination makes the disease worse, not
better. In fact, indoctrination is a major cause of the disease. Therefore,
indoctrination is not a recommended treatment.
Leaving the country is the best treatment
for those who made such promises. Although not covered by insurance, various
charities will provide one-way tickets to any other country that will accept
diseased refugees from the U.S., upon renunciation of U.S. citizenship
and a written promise not to return to infect Americans. Note, however,
that those who leave the country may be exposed to additional severe diseases
that may place an even greater tax on their inane systems. In many other
countries, abnormal behavior due to weakened inane systems may result in
For those who remain in the U.S., proper education
and improved critical thinking and analytical skills are necessary to overcome
this dreadful disease. Therefore, the recommended course of treatment is
a daily dose of competent and accurate news and commentary available from
conservative talk radio and conservative internet web sites. If access
to the internet is unavailable, then subscriptions to conservative print
media will suffice. Incompetent and biased liberal television, radio, movies,
and print media must be avoided to make a full recovery possible.
Once recovery has been achieved, re-registering
with a healthier political party will help prevent a relapse of the disease.
Children should be given daily treatment to
avoid future infection. Upon reaching adulthood, they should take care
to register with a healthy political party.
Visit other pages on the FraudFactor
web site and the FraudFactor
for available treatments.
from Al Gore, Democrat presidential candidate in 2000; + -phobia.]
[American sore loserman, from Al Gore,
Democrat presidential candidate in 2000, Joe Lieberman, Democrat vice presidential
candidate in 2000, "Gore-Lieberman" ticket combined with "sore-loser".]
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