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To: stefanbatory

Zero got 63 million votes, which is 4 million more than John F’n Kerry got in 2004.

McLooney got 55 million votes, which is 7 million less than Bush got in 2004.

Now, there are not 7 million Freepers, so we did not cause McLoser’s loss. He did by throwing the campaign, and look at the mess we are in now. Thanks, McStupid!

What accounts for the 7 million vote difference from 2004 to 2008?

Incessant trashing of hapless, spineless Republicans by the media.

Vote fraud in over 20 states, that we know of by ACORN and its sister organizations.

Electronic voting machines that were hacked—I can;t prove it, but I strongly think this happened.

The media template crowing 24/7 that this was “an hisrtoric election”

A complete suspension of common sense by America’s electorate.

Catholics, Protestant, and Black Baptists who totally ignored their own religious beliefs to vote in a baby killer for President and abortion supporting Democrats.

Non producers who wanted “pie”.


30 posted on 01/27/2009 6:59:12 PM PST by exit82 (The Obama Cabinet: There was more brainpower on Gilligan's Island.)
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To: exit82
Yup, the machines were hacked by Democrats. If you go back to the articles about "hacking" you'll find all of them were written by Democrats.

They knew!

36 posted on 01/27/2009 7:03:12 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: exit82
Electronic voting machines that were hacked—I can;t prove it, but I strongly think this happened.

This is a pet theory of the Left: that the Right (major corporations and military contractors and subcontractors) owns the voting machines, and controls the elections.

47 posted on 01/27/2009 7:08:50 PM PST by thecodont
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