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1 posted on 11/23/2012 9:24:47 AM PST by SeekAndFind
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To: SeekAndFind

Stolen birth certificate, Stolen social security numbers, STOLEN election.


2 posted on 11/23/2012 9:30:01 AM PST by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America (IMPEACH OBAMA)
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Thanks for setting the record straight. Romney DID do better than John McCain, and GOP enthusiasm was definitely there. No doubt.

But we need to do more analysis on the MASSIVE CHEATING AND VOTER FRAUD which occurred especially in OH, PA,VA, FL, and CO where it is now well documented.


4 posted on 11/23/2012 9:32:18 AM PST by Trapped Behind Enemy Lines
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To: SeekAndFind

Romney could have received 70% of the popular vote and still would have lost. The DemocRATS are now the vote counters. “Those who vote decide nothing. THOSE WHO COUNT THE VOTES...”


5 posted on 11/23/2012 9:35:09 AM PST by FlingWingFlyer (Criminal defense lawyers won't have the Twinkie to kick around anymore.)
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The lead mattered little, though, given that black turnout increased by 178,000 votes, and the president won 96% of the black vote. Mr. Obama’s margin of victory there was 103,000.

From 2011 census figured, I estimate there are 1.1 million blacks of voting age in Ohio - and the Obama campaign was able to drive roughly ten percent of the total black voters to the polls that did not vote in 2008. So we are supposed to believe that there were so many black voters that stayed home in 2008 when previously given the chance to vote for a black president?

This reeks of voter fraud.

6 posted on 11/23/2012 9:37:51 AM PST by dirtboy
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To: SeekAndFind

Does it really matter about who got what between McCain and Romney? They were both garbage nominees.


13 posted on 11/23/2012 9:55:26 AM PST by Graybeard58 (What G.O.P.e. candidate is in store for us in 2016?)
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The only part of the electorate that Romney couldn’t make any headway whatsoever was the Stupid Vote (exit polls indicate he got 0.0000% of the stupid vote).


15 posted on 11/23/2012 9:59:05 AM PST by C210N ("ask not what the candidate can do for you, ask what you can do for the candidate" (Breitbart, 2012))
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The Democrats did just not get their people to the polls in high numbers, but in doing so they intentionally created situations where there would be long lines at swing state polling stations which made the process too unpleasant and time comsummg for those who may have voted for Romney.

Do not believe for a second that the long lines to vote were unintentional and do not believe that they are not forms of voter intimidation and a mechanism to suppress the Romney vote.


17 posted on 11/23/2012 10:11:34 AM PST by OKRA2012
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When people find solace in the similarity of the numbers of 2012 to 2008, then we are really in trouble, and the Romney/rino voices are truly the loudest still.

2008 was an election impossible to win.

2012 was an election impossible to lose.

Yet the Romney/rino crowd are comparing them as though Romney was not a disaster of historic proportions.


18 posted on 11/23/2012 10:13:10 AM PST by ansel12 (The only Senate seat GOP pick up was the Palin endorsed Deb Fischer’s successful run in Nebraska)
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In order to win national elections, Republicans have to compete in all communities. That doesn’t mean pandering, but it does mean putting free-market, small-government philosophies and slogans into concrete policy proposals that will improve the lives of voters.

There is a severe disconnect between how Hispanics live their lives and their support of candidates who work to undermine their way of life.

I believe that hispanics who voted for Obama did so, not because they secretly believe the same things he does, but they voted for Obama because the messages they were hearing was that Republicans are out to get them and do harm to their way of life. They were not hearing anything from us, so it was very easy for them to believe that we are the bad guys.

How do we counter this? By opening a dialogue with them that proves that everything that is written in the Republican platform supports their ideals toward life and liberty.

Obama does not support life or liberty. We need to stand up and get counted for what we do believe. Republicans make the mistake in thinking that the only things that concern Hispanics are their legal status.

They are pro-life and pro-business. We should begin our dialogue on those points.

22 posted on 11/23/2012 10:35:12 AM PST by Slyfox
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They cheated - but it was our fault that it was close enough for the cheating to matter.


30 posted on 11/23/2012 11:08:30 AM PST by Mr. Jeeves (CTRL-GALT-DELETE)
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Just to report an observation I had during the first Clinton election -

I was working a project in an urban inner city area around gov’t housing projects. The apathy of the work ethic was evident. But come election day, driving by a polling precinct, I was amazed at how active it was. It’s a shame that the same energy could not be applied to working hard at earning money via a legitimate job. I believe there was some fraud, but most likely it has now come down to you really can’t run against Santa Claus.


33 posted on 11/23/2012 11:16:46 AM PST by RushingWater
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“GOP turnout: myths and reality (Romney beat McCain’s numbers in almost all single battleground)”

So what? One RINO barely beat another one.

The only vote that counted was Romney vs Obama and even though Obama had significantly fewer voters, presided over an 8% unemployment rate for an extended period of time, lost the first debate horrendously, has crony socialism scandals abound, had the simmering Benghazi scandal surrounding him, Romney still couldn’t win.

If you want to claim election fraud, prove it. Until it is definitively proven or shut down, it will continue. It will probably get worse.


38 posted on 11/23/2012 11:48:29 AM PST by CriticalJ (Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress.. But then I repeat myself. MT)
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Maine and Nebraska apportion their Electoral votes according to the outcome of the Presidential election in the congressional district. Pennsylvania was toying with the idea at one time as well.

It appears that voter fraud could be stanched effectively by doing this nationally.

The congressional districts which represent the noteworthy bastions of fraud like Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland, etc. would only potentiate their fraud in the district in which the bastion resides without diluting the electoral turnout in more honest voting congressional districts.

Would like to see a calculation of electoral votes on the basis of this allocation model.

EV allocation would go like this: Say for instance, most of California EV's would go to Obama but not all. Most of Texas EV's would go to Romney but not all. Re-allocate throughout the US. On balance, I suspect we'd get more EV's from states Obama won than Obama would get EV's from states Romney won.

How to wrest victory from defeat:

I suspect Romney would win if even just the swing states allocated their EV's.

Or maybe if the 23 states that have (R) governors and legislatures met in emergency sessions and passed allocation before EV's are counted on Dec 17, we might win this thing after all?

We own these Governors and Legislatures: ME, MI, IN, OH PA, TN SC, GA, AL, MI, FL, LA, TX, OK, KS, ND, SD, WY, ID, UT, AZ ,P> FReegards!


42 posted on 11/23/2012 12:23:18 PM PST by Agamemnon (Darwinism is the glue that holds liberalism together)
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The demographic data shows that Democrats boosted voter turnout where it counted, and where Republicans didn’t bother to seriously compete:

Republicans should ask for EVERY vote, and not bypass those they think would never vote for them.

45 posted on 11/23/2012 12:51:36 PM PST by SuziQ
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