I agree with you about "Operation Chaos" ... it shouldn't have been done. I think Limbaugh learned his lesson, though, and he stayed neutral throughout the 2012 primary season. He mentioned good and bad things about all of the republican candidates, and didn't dog any of them. It made him a lot more effective in supporting Romney, when the general election season started.But these are the type of games I would like to see eliminated. Elections should not be a game. I take elections seriously because who we elect takes our country in their direction. I'm sick of hearing about Democrats bussing people to the polls, going to nursing homes to get votes of people that don't even know their spouses name, and dragging homeless people off of park benches and bribe them to vote.
If people want to register to vote, it's a very simple process. I'm against luring people who have no interest in voting to register. During the first DumBama election, one of our drivers exited the highway and was met by a group of black thugs in Cleveland. They were bothering people to register to vote for DumBama, and were offering M&M candies for signatures. Of course it was illegal, but nobody really pursued the matter. This crap needs to be stopped.
It's a sad commentary on the part of the democrats, that they have to recruit young, uneducated, uninterested people to vote. But it's very telling, too ... they wouldn't win, if they couldn't get idiots to vote for them.