Rush talked about this a lot today when Podhoertz has a point here. OH provisionals dont get counted for 10 days. Not very cutting edge Rush :(
posted on 11/08/2012 7:28:07 PM PST
(When you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail.)
the results do not add up in many races like Mia LOVE AND then states like VA,FL,OH, WI , PA
what we have is an election which has results and not making sense, precints which are 100% voted but al went for obama etc.
The GOP needs to stop this crap and stop this being called and to hell with the lefts attack dogs called the media , this country is at stake and these results are not adding up i certain states//
After all the Chicago machine had 4 years for this
posted on 11/08/2012 8:10:11 PM PST
(Marriage =1 man + 1 woman,when they say marriage equality then they should support polygamy)
Thank God. I thought I might have to kill a few thousand Romney hating Freepers for withholding votes and costing us the election
posted on 11/08/2012 8:55:57 PM PST
(Sky is the limit with max T-Partiers in the House and Senate to stifle the RINOs)
Speaking of Rush, you just inspired my new tagline:
You are right. There are already more Romney votes counted for the swing states Virginia and Florida than there were in the final tally for McCain in those states. In Ohio there are so far about 100,000 fewer votes counted for Romney than there were for McCain, whereas Obama has so far 250,000 fewer votes counted.
I noticed however that there are so far about a million fewer votes counted for the Republicans 2012 vs 2008 in the Sandy states of NY, NJ, and CT, where it doesn't matter (1.5 million fewer for Obama than in 2008).
If there are protest voters who stayed home rather than vote for Romney, they very well could be in the Solid Red States where there was no danger of Obama winning.
So the Rush thesis looks like a Red Herring. When Tea Party favorites like Murdoch and Akin lose eminently winnable seats, for speaking on social issues that posters here regularly advocate, we have to question whether we want candidates who speak on those issues rather than emphasize the economic and the proper role of government.
posted on 11/09/2012 9:02:16 AM PST
(Lost the country? Win your state.)
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