Well, the U.S Congress doesn’t have to certify the election results.
Joseph Farah has great opinions, however WND itself has absolutely no credibility.
Lets get some meaningful numbers behind those percentages. 108% means nothing if it represents say 53 people.
Maybe we should start posting Romney’s largest percentages in districts across the U.S — perhaqps we’ll see he got 100% of precincts in certain area’s.
there’s conflicting information going around, such as the 141% turnout being caused by 2 voter “cards” for one voter counting as 2 votes, when it when it was really one, so the turn out was really a more reasonable 70.5% turnout. And the 240K votes out of 170K register voters...was that an effect of the voter cards, too?......Romney had a post on Facebook, over the weekend, concerning about what happens if 1/3 of the states don’t certify their electoral votes......said the race is turned over to the House of Representatives.....said this is actually built into the electoral college.......for voter fraud. Can you imagine?
Re Allen West vs. Patrick Murphy, how about 900 votes in a precinct with 7 registered voters?
“Maybe we should start posting Romneys largest percentages in districts across the U.S perhaqps well see he got 100% of precincts in certain areas.”
King county Texas was Obama’s worst showing anywhere. He got 3.4% of the votes. (somewhere around 250 voters in the county)
Romney got no 100% counties. Gettig 100% is an Obama fraud thing, repubs don’t achieve it.
Good Idea. I would bet Romney got 100% in various counties across the country. Our electoral system is flawed though. Rewards the most electorates to places to only a few places so each election you know the results hinge on those areas.