Skip to comments.In An Honest Election,Would Romney Win New York,Illinois,Pennsylvania And Wisconsin?
Posted on 07/21/2012 9:37:53 PM PDT by Reality_News
The two biggest fears in America are Obama and Voter Fraud!,It's too bad millions of hard working Americans in Blue or Purple states have to worry that their votes will be dilluted thanks to the thugs running some of the precincts.Remember when Al Gore got more votes than Bush?Did anyone back then had a theory that up to 10% of Al Gores votes were from illegal aliens in deep blue states?Especially California? And here we are 12 years later still worried about purple states and "Who Will Be Counting The Votes".You would think that with the three major deep blue states already falling off a cliff that Romney should take all of them, But! Who Will Be Counting The Votes !!!
It is rather difficult to give an honest answer to a question with a false pretext.
50M voted for Gore. You think 5M of those votes were illegal aliens? You have anything resembling evidence for that?
There were about 6M votes cast here in Florida. The state has been pursuing a highly aggressive review of voter rolls, including a legal battle with the feds, and has so far managed to come up with about 100 illegal aliens registered to vote, about half of whom voted in the last election.
I hope you will agree there is a pretty big difference between 600,000 and 100, or possibly 50. The illegal alien voters in FL wouldn’t even have flipped the 2000 vote in Florida, which was something like 500 votes margin of victory. And there is no reason to think all 50 or 100 of them would vote for the same party.
what i was getting at was California. that was the state that put Gore ahead of Bush in the voting tally.we all know California has a high volume of illegal/barely legal citizens. California would go to Barry if the thousands of conservatives had already escaped the state.Sure,same with Illinios and New York,if by November they are down to mostly Libs/Dem’s,then Obama wins...we can only hope that the ones who could escape were all “Non-Democrats” and moved to swing states.
If Romney wins, how does he feel about this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDMeDmV0ufU
Probably, but we don't have an honest election scheduled for this year.
WI and PA possibly; IL and NY are lost causes.
“In An Honest Election,Would Romney Win New York,Illinois,Pennsylvania And Wisconsin?”
Of course not.
Don’t be silly.
Here in Connecticut we have modestly honest elections, if being required to show photo I.D. qualifies elections as being “honest”. And they -do- check the I.D.’s, at least in my town.
But the democrats win big anyway, and will continue to win. This is because Connecticut is (to use the above writer’s words) a “deep blue state”, and that isn’t changing. If anything, it may become -more- “blue” in successive years.
Remember the phrase I’ve seen right here on FreeRepublic time and again:
“If it isn’t close, they can’t cheat”.
In the “deep blue” states, the ‘rats don’t even NEED to cheat any more, because it’s just not gonna be that close....
This was widely known and there were certain areas it was not allowed.For example, a good portion of Bergen County (Northern NJ) used to be reliebly GOP so it was not allowed.
Not sure if this is till the case since these 3 states are now deep blue. Sometimes things get really bad and voters turn to someone like Rudy or Christie to temporarily stop the bleeding.
i live in naples, gee, i wonder why barry wont campaign here? oh, “its too white” for him,..also, back in April? I think, Michelle had a fund raiser here(hmm, but Barry couldnt make it? did anyone find out later that she was charging a few thousand to have their pic taken with her?,,,yecch! how embarrassing!
Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, maybe. No chance in Illinois and New York.
Bush would have carried Wisconsin twice without all the fraud. Not sure if he would have won Pennsylvania, but it would have definitely been closer than it was.
Do a web search for Argonne Labs, Chicago ballot boxes, and physical security and you will discover that science has proven that Chicago voter fraud is a cottage industry.
Sadly, I think Obama could urinate on the grave of Richard J. Daley and still win Illinois...
It would depend on which party he was runnig as.
It would depend on which party he was runnig as.
you have to wonder if Rhamski has a list of the 100,000 or so residents of Illinois who have either died or moved out of the state in the last ten years.
There won't be enough voter fraud to get 0bama reelected.
He was in way over his head, and still is. In this campaign he would be a lot better off with a Carville or a Begala or a Dick Morris (who would get weak-kneed at the chance to get back to the big leagues). But Obama couldn't stand being critiqued by any competent national strategist so he's just winging it now.
He's already blown $60-100 million in an early carpet bombing of Mitt Romney's character. It might have worked in 2008, but had no effect this time. Romney now sees he can take some punches from our pantywaist of a President so he's emerged from cautious campaigning to go on the offensive. Now the voter's are only focusing on whether Obama deserves four more years and it doesn't look good for the incumbent.
In an honest election, it would be a GOP 50 state landslide because an honest election would include honest campaigning and honest media reporting. Obama would failure miserably under honest circumstances.
thats what we are all hoping fraud. The angry/anti-obama vote will vote in the masses.what we need to happen is see long lines at every district in swing states.the large mass of voters who have been waiting 4 years for this day! and throughout the day we will be hearing on the news....”Record Long Lines In Florida,Ohio and Pennsylvania!!! and they do not look like Obama Supporters!!
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