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2012 Romney 56,950,714 popular vote 2008 McCain 59,934,814

 
Weltsmertz

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this is overt fraud, I have never seen so many republicans show up to vote. never in my history... this election was stolen
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I think I agree. I really have no evidence, or strong knowledge to base it on but all I saw was RR posters and signs around town. Hardly anyone was at the voting polls when last year there were outrageous lines.
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11/07/2012 10:42 AM
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Re: 2012 Romney 56,950,714 popular vote 2008 McCain 59,934,814
It isn't possible except with fraud.

*There was record number republican turnout - yet somehow that doesn't reflect in the voting totals (I guess we are to believe all these republicans turned out to vote for Obama).

*Record numbers of people registering as Republican.

*If you read the papers and comment sections in the swing states alone, like Ohio, you would find overwhelmingly people were anti OBama.

*Virginia - that at first had Romney far in the lead - all the sudden the vote count started going up disproportionately only for Obama.
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11/07/2012 10:47 AM
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McCain's running mate Sarah Palin attracted women voters and male voters as well. I don't think Romney's running mate attracted anyone. Romney/Ryan didn't even win their home states: Wisconsin or Massachusetts nor Michigan where Romney's father was governor. What does that tell you about this team?
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Oh boo hoo. Eat it, you sore loser. Romney loses, and all of a sudden it's election fraud. Go find a corner to cry in.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11758031


There is no question there was voter fraud. Obama "winning" does not validate you personally in any way. It validates the system is 100% corrupt. Just because Obama had a few uneducated useful idiots who voted for him based on race and/or sexual orientation does not negate that he won by fraud.
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How is this possible? I experienced a huge line compared to 2008. I suspect massive voter fraud.

Did anyone else see more or less people at the voting booth?
 Quoting: RayGun


As far as turnout goes -- that is puzzling to me. Sounds like America has just given up.

As far as the election goes -- liberal media bias and other traditional factors included -- Obama won fair and square.
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11/07/2012 11:08 AM
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It is now impossible to ever elect a Republican President. The Demographics will not allow it. Kiss the retard party good bye. Ha Ha.
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11/07/2012 11:11 AM
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Next time we should just let the electorial voters vote..save us a lot of trouble since that is all that matters anyway.
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11/07/2012 11:13 AM
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How is this possible? I experienced a huge line compared to 2008. I suspect massive voter fraud.

Did anyone else see more or less people at the voting booth?
 Quoting: RayGun


Same here.
Democrat registrations were down 8% from 2008, Republican up 40%, Romney giant over-capacity rallies, Obama empty stadiums...on and on.

All the facts point to massive, multilevel voter fraud.
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11/07/2012 11:14 AM
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McCain's running mate Sarah Palin attracted women voters and male voters as well. I don't think Romney's running mate attracted anyone. Romney/Ryan didn't even win their home states: Wisconsin or Massachusetts nor Michigan where Romney's father was governor. What does that tell you about this team?
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It tells me that TPTB chose these 2 to run knowing full well they wouldnt win ..making it easy for Obama to win. Thats what it tells me.
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11/07/2012 11:15 AM
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It is now impossible to ever elect a Republican President. The Demographics will not allow it. Kiss the retard party good bye. Ha Ha.
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You're going to look fabulous bent over a free Obamatable taking a DHS cock up your ass, slave.
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11/07/2012 11:18 AM
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Ann Romney was the winner of the night.
Now she can quietly divorce Mitt and become a Buddhist, just like her "best friend" and therapist Emily Watts Jr. from Oregon.
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11/07/2012 11:29 AM
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How is this possible? I experienced a huge line compared to 2008. I suspect massive voter fraud.

Did anyone else see more or less people at the voting booth?
 Quoting: RayGun


Same here.
Democrat registrations were down 8% from 2008, Republican up 40%, Romney giant over-capacity rallies, Obama empty stadiums...on and on.

All the facts point to massive, multilevel voter fraud.
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Exactly.
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11/07/2012 11:30 AM
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How is this possible? I experienced a huge line compared to 2008. I suspect massive voter fraud.

Did anyone else see more or less people at the voting booth?
 Quoting: RayGun


Fix was in before it ever started.
 Quoting: ceawaves


THEY CHEATED!

With Soros in charge of counting our votes, how could they not win?????????????

I saw MORE people waiting to vote. I heard MORE people saying they wanted to vote this jerk out of office.

The Republicans hated McCain. So many people stayed home in 2008. Not this time. EVERYONE I talked to wanted him out. The faces of people in line to vote were very determined. You could tell who each one was voting for just by looking at them.

This election was hijacked. Welcome to the evil of the NWO.
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11/07/2012 11:31 AM

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It is now impossible to ever elect a Republican President. The Demographics will not allow it. Kiss the retard party good bye. Ha Ha.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5508571


You're going to look fabulous bent over a free Obamatable taking a DHS cock up your ass, slave.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27217283


His retard comment aside... the Demographics are now such that it will be just about impossible for a conservative to win.

The shift has been going on for decades... was at the tipping point four years ago... and is well over it now.

Why? Look at where all the very liberal (Marxist type liberal) Universities are... North East and Far West. They have cranked out so many college grads with twisted ideals and those people have so permeated government, and education, at all levels, that those areas will always vote Democrat. They have turned that party into a marxist-light leaning party -- and I see nothing to stop a Democrat majority for generations to come.

I am not espousing a secessionist movement in this country -- but yanking the South and Midwest out of the USA and turning it into a seperate country, is about the only way that conservatives will ever have a national impact. We are at their mercy from here on out.
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11/07/2012 11:34 AM
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I read the accounts below on Breitbart.com all day yesterday thinking that there was a wave of conservative voters coming out in droves to deliver a mandate. Now, I read that voter turnout compared to 2008 is down. How is this possible? Look, I don't want to be sore loser here. I don't want to be that guy. I accept the results and will move on with my life (in a reeducation camp, where I belong). But it just doesn't sit right. Here are the linkies:

First Election Day Reports from Citizen Journalists
[link to www.breitbart.com]

2nd Election Reports from Citizen Journalists as Polls Open
[link to www.breitbart.com]

3rd Election Reports from Citizen Journalists GOP Storm Surge
[link to www.breitbart.com]

4th Election Reports from Citizen Journalists History Calling
[link to www.breitbart.com]

5th Election Reports from Citizen Journalists Keep Going
[link to www.breitbart.com]

6th Reports from Citizen Journalists For Love of Country
[link to www.breitbart.com]

Doesn't add up...
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11/07/2012 11:36 AM
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McCain's running mate Sarah Palin attracted women voters and male voters as well. I don't think Romney's running mate attracted anyone. Romney/Ryan didn't even win their home states: Wisconsin or Massachusetts nor Michigan where Romney's father was governor. What does that tell you about this team?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254554


Bull. With all the crap media put Palin through, you would've thought SHE was the anti-christ.

No, I believe that the losses in their home states was a signal by TPTB that the republicans are through because Soros now has control of the vote count.

Just because ACORN "disbanded" doesn't mean they're not around. And with Soros counting our votes... this country is through. This is what they want.

Is this what all of YOU want?
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Votes are still being counted. CNN says CA is only 69% counted, WA only 55%, OR 75% ... isn't it a bit early to complain about how low the numbers are?
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It isn't possible except with fraud.

*There was record number republican turnout - yet somehow that doesn't reflect in the voting totals (I guess we are to believe all these republicans turned out to vote for Obama).

*Record numbers of people registering as Republican.

*If you read the papers and comment sections in the swing states alone, like Ohio, you would find overwhelmingly people were anti OBama.

*Virginia - that at first had Romney far in the lead - all the sudden the vote count started going up disproportionately only for Obama.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27168882



Obamao is about 5 or 6 million votes shy of what he got in 2008. That makes sense; those people who were duped the first time learned their lesson. From the results this year, apparently they all stayed home...that's impossible.

Nobody who voted for McCain last time switched to Obama this year. The Republicans were far more motivated this year as opposed to 2008 and turned out in huge numbers, yet Romney didn't even EQUAL McCain's vote? That, too, is impossible.

Unemployment is ~8%...nobody wins re-election with that number.

The majority of the country wants Obamacare erased, and this was the one and only chance to achieve that...yet they didn't show up. Right.

Republicans GAINED seats in the House, and somehow we're to believe those who voted for the GOP in Congressional elections did NOT vote for Romney? Uh-huh.

Nobody leading in the polls as much (and as late) as Romney ever loses. Except Romney. Hmmmm.


The list goes on, and everything points to massive fraud. The worst part is that there's nothing that can reverse it now nor prevent it in the future.

The only way out of the national debt is WWIII. The only way to 'reconcile' the division within the country is a secession of the red states, which means another civil war or another revolution. The Fed and the Wall Street money manipulators who have foisted the financial situation upon us will not be prosecuted; there will be no restitution, and there will be no accountability.

The LAST wholly American generation was the Greatest Generation. The country...the way of life they gave so much for...no longer exists.

And the democrats are actually patting themselves on the back.
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11/07/2012 11:41 AM
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Votes are still being counted. CNN says CA is only 69% counted, WA only 55%, OR 75% ... isn't it a bit early to complain about how low the numbers are?
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Well then, wasn't it a bit early to call a winner?
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11/07/2012 11:46 AM
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Votes are still being counted. CNN says CA is only 69% counted, WA only 55%, OR 75% ... isn't it a bit early to complain about how low the numbers are?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22890481


Well then, wasn't it a bit early to call a winner?
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In those states? Seriously?
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11/07/2012 11:46 AM
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There are 2 types of conservatives in the republican party. The fiscal conservatives, and the social conservatives.

The fiscal conservatives have taken over the party, most republicans are not fiscal conservative, they are more moderate.

Most republicans are social conservatives. A large majority of america are social conservatives.

Social conservatives will have to retake the party if there is ever another republican elected president.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


Eh? Bush was a fiscal conservative? And his 'faith based' initiatives were not social conservative?

The problem is that they are all social conservatives and think that religion runs government. Why do you think, repeatedly each year, another republican writes another book that christianity needs to be saved in the US? Because, it's all they have right now...and devisive issues to chip away at the electorate.

The republican party needs to drop the religious zealotry, abortion, gay issues, gun issues (these are state issues) and get in touch with the real needs of the nation. A truly fiscally conservative republican who does this and is allowed to skip the tertiary issues, will have a chance to win the office. I'll be happy the day that happens, but I'm not holding my breath.

Watch Paul Ryan and his hypocrisy come to the front now...it's still a step backwards. They simply refuse to get in touch with reality.
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I usually vote in the mornings and in 2008 the place was packed. This year I couldn't make it until 2:30 in the afternoon and it was sparse, but could be most came to vote in the a.m., I have no idea.

Big fuckin' deal, I voted for Gary Johnson anyway as my middle finger to the two controlled parties.
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There are 2 types of conservatives in the republican party. The fiscal conservatives, and the social conservatives.

The fiscal conservatives have taken over the party, most republicans are not fiscal conservative, they are more moderate.

Most republicans are social conservatives. A large majority of america are social conservatives.

Romney was a moderate liberal push by the fiscal (the rich) of the party. The problem is, there was nothing socially that seperated Romney from Obama. The RNC was allowed to push a fiscal with the assumption the sheep would vote for him.

They couldnt of picked a worse canidate. Even Romney's hometown didn't vote for him.

Social conservatives will have to retake the party if there is ever another republican elected president.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


You are completely backwards, and the election results bear this out. GOP needs to become more socially liberal if they ever want to win the Presidency again. The youth of this country, you know those that will be voting for the rest of their lives, are more socially liberal than ever. Dems just need to loudly yell VAGINA, and normally fiscally conservative people will vote for them. Focus on the economy, and stop these ridiculous rape/abortion arguments altogether and start to win Presidential elections again.
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Obama is the people's champion.


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I am telling you, republicans keep throwing moderates out and they keep getting denied.

The republican party needs to go back to conservative roots, if they ever want to win an election.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


You are exactly wrong. With every passing election it will be harder and harder to elect a conservative.
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There are 2 types of conservatives in the republican party. The fiscal conservatives, and the social conservatives.

The fiscal conservatives have taken over the party, most republicans are not fiscal conservative, they are more moderate.

Most republicans are social conservatives. A large majority of america are social conservatives.

Romney was a moderate liberal push by the fiscal (the rich) of the party. The problem is, there was nothing socially that seperated Romney from Obama. The RNC was allowed to push a fiscal with the assumption the sheep would vote for him.

They couldnt of picked a worse canidate. Even Romney's hometown didn't vote for him.

Social conservatives will have to retake the party if there is ever another republican elected president.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


You are completely backwards, and the election results bear this out. GOP needs to become more socially liberal if they ever want to win the Presidency again. The youth of this country, you know those that will be voting for the rest of their lives, are more socially liberal than ever. Dems just need to loudly yell VAGINA, and normally fiscally conservative people will vote for them. Focus on the economy, and stop these ridiculous rape/abortion arguments altogether and start to win Presidential elections again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7508376


You (in the response) are exactly right. The US is growing RAPIDLY more liberal. Whether you like it or not, you have to be blind not to see it.
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11/07/2012 12:05 PM
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that's what happens when you elect the guy that finished second to McCain in 08. self explanatory and expected, but most Americans are too stupid to see that Romney is a puppet and so was McCain, it's always whoever the elites put in the race, both sides are puppets to the same handler...

work it out
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6035998


Yeah the more I look back on this, the more I feel like I was acting delusional even thinking Romney had a snowball's chance in hell to win this.

And the Mormon thing played a huge part in this as much as nobody wants to admit it. The news will not even bring up the Mormon issue in public because we have to act like it's a totally normal religion, not a bizarre cult that wants to take over the world.
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You are completely backwards, and the election results bear this out. GOP needs to become more socially liberal if they ever want to win the Presidency again. The youth of this country, you know those that will be voting for the rest of their lives, are more socially liberal than ever. Dems just need to loudly yell VAGINA, and normally fiscally conservative people will vote for them. Focus on the economy, and stop these ridiculous rape/abortion arguments altogether and start to win Presidential elections again.
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That was my point though - stop with the stupid arguments and get in touch with the electorate.

A social republican is one who adorns themself with the church - the christian right. That is the problem with the party - relying upon an easy basket of votes instead of looking more deeply into the underlying problems.

Separation of church and state - the social republicans totally forget this.
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I am telling you, republicans keep throwing moderates out and they keep getting denied.

The republican party needs to go back to conservative roots, if they ever want to win an election.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20676524


You are exactly wrong. With every passing election it will be harder and harder to elect a conservative.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26589492


We'll never know since the GOP is too pussy to actually run one.
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You are completely backwards, and the election results bear this out. GOP needs to become more socially liberal if they ever want to win the Presidency again. The youth of this country, you know those that will be voting for the rest of their lives, are more socially liberal than ever. Dems just need to loudly yell VAGINA, and normally fiscally conservative people will vote for them. Focus on the economy, and stop these ridiculous rape/abortion arguments altogether and start to win Presidential elections again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7508376


That was my point though - stop with the stupid arguments and get in touch with the electorate.

A social republican is one who adorns themself with the church - the christian right. That is the problem with the party - relying upon an easy basket of votes instead of looking more deeply into the underlying problems.

Separation of church and state - the social republicans totally forget this.

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