I feel there's been rampant election fraud this time around, even more than when Acorn was engaging in fraud in the first election.
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the voting machines that you keep perpetuating, Josh. Give it up. To refresh your memory:
Please make sure you only post the FACTS, Josh.......I mean you keep accusing me of lying, while you hide behind your own inability to conjure up the truth. Let's be fair for a change, OK? Now tell me how it feels to be called a liar publicly............
And I'M not the one who came up with the actual numbers for the Ohio District Votes.....OHIO did. Even YOU have to admit they are bizarre to say the least, right?
you probably missed this part.
"H.I.G. Capital, on the other hand, which does control Hart InterCivic, has clear ties to the Romney campaign — another part of this conspiracy theory. H.I.G. Capital's cofounder and managing partner, Anthony Tamer, was a partner at Bain & Co., where Romney once served as CEO."
So while Tagg (Taggart) Romney may be in the clear, the link to Mitt Romney is still solid, in fact I consider this even more solid.
And I think it may have been me you were attempting to address when you posted this, because I've made mention of the Tagg Romney story which I believed to be true.
Certainly, I think its more solid than this delayed reaction, ginned-up controversy. More Conservative Fakery and Toni Heckling.
I don't know if it happened to anybody else or not, but this is the first time in all the years that we voted that this has ever happened to me," said Marion, Ohio, voter Joan Stevens.
Stevens said that when she voted, it took her three tries before the machine accepted her choice to vote for Romney.
"I went to vote and I got right in the middle of Romney's name," Stevens told Fox News, saying that she was certain to put her finger directly on her choice for the White House.
She said that the first time she pushed "Romney," the machine marked "Obama."
So she pushed Romney again. Obama came up again. Then it happened a third time.
"Maybe you make a mistake once, but not three times," she told Fox News.
Did she tell any Election Official?
to be done by absentee ballot, notarized by a notary or law officer. Then before the vote is removed from the envelope, any challenges can be checked out to verify it's proper, and then the vote is added to the others which can then all be counted anonymously. We MUST do something to verify the voting or the entire process is breaking down and fraud will/has run rampant. The more people come to believe Obama stole the election, the more the outrage will grow, and calls from some states even for separation.
Yes, let's spend billions and cause every election to take months over something like a dozen documented cases of voter fraud over the last ten years or so.
The only people who have "come to believe Obama stole the election" are wearing tin foil hats and/or reading way too many paranoid right-wing blogs.
He won. Get over it.
He won, fair and square, and one reason was that his opponent was a very weak candidate. Your inability to accept that fact is precisely what's wrong with the "party of personal responsibility."
But please, do carry on. The longer you refuse to understand what's wrong with your party, the better for ours.
It isn't that you believe the Conservatives are 'sore losers'.....and it isn't that you don't like the fact that I will continue to complain/rant about this particular president and his lousy policies....but that you have absolutely no issues with anything he does. You are like the LSM......you literally slobber all over yourself with every post trying to defend everything that spills out of his mouth. You don't hold him accountable for anything, including the last four years, yet you tell me that I personally have no ability to accept what is wrong with the 'party of personal responsibility'. WHEN does the Democratic party and BO start taking responsibility and stop blaming Bush, Josh? BO made the statement again today about boo-hoo, look at what I inherited.........it's so disgusting to see him pawn off his bad decisions continuously on SOMEBODY else.....ANYBODY else........ANYTHING else. WHEN do YOU start getting tired of it and hold HIM responsible, Josh?
I'm not blaming the win on anything other than dirty BO Chicago politics/methods because he had nothing to brag about for his four years. Romney didn't get into the dirt with him and he lost. Oh well.......
What is really denial, Josh, is your inability to respond to the actual election results for those districts. Can you explain them or do you wish to keep deflecting away from how bizarre they really are?
I don't have to explain anything. I never said anything about those vote tallies other than they are bizarre. Josh is obsessed with trying to get me to admit to something I haven't even hinted at. I just asked him if he thought they were bizarre as well and if not, can he explain the numbers. Since you decided to become a part of that conversation, can YOU explain them?
You want a reason for the numbers..
The short answer is.........Romney got 0 votes in those precincts.
Them's the facts. It breaks my heart to tell you. It was bad last election...it's worse this time, you would think they could read the writing on the wall.
If We Lose, It Was Stolen
The 59 Precincts Theory is a natural, paranoid extension of this. In Wisconsin, Mitt Romney's state co-chair asserts that voter ID could have changed the result, stoking fears of "all sorts of different precincts and all sorts of same-day registrations." In Ohio, conservative bloggers are raising questions about Cleveland precincts that cast no Romney votes. In Pennsylvania, when Republican House Leader Mike Turzai said voter ID would "allow Mitt Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania," he was implying that fraudulent votes had made up the old Democratic margins.
There is a common thread: a total lack of evidence that any fraud occurred. Let's start in Cleveland, where bloggers have been writing about more than 100 precincts where Obama won at least 99 percent of the vote and 16 precincts where Mitt Romney won no votes at all. "How in the world did this happen?" asked an anonymous author at YoloHub. "Third world dictators don't even get 99 percent of the vote."
But black Democrats do, sometimes, get 99 percent or more of the vote in black precincts. In 2008, Obama actually pitched a shutout in 18 Cuyahoga County precincts. And you would expect him to. In 2008, Obama won 97 percent of the black vote in Ohio. In 2012, it was 96 percent. In Pennsylvania this year, he won 93 percent of the black vote and 80 percent of the Hispanic vote. This was why Obama could clean up in precincts that are almost entirely black or Hispanic.
There are places where Obama won less than 10 percent of the vote. In King County, Texas, he won exactly five votes to Romney's 135. But nowhere was Obama's loss among white voters as stark as Romney's loss among urban blacks.
Yesterday, as I checked into the flimsy "fraud" stories, I got an email from TheTeaParty.net. This is one of the more hard-to-classify groups that take the name of the taxpayer movement. I haven't seen it in action in elections or local government, but I've seen it sponsor tables at conferences. Now, it was promising—without really saying how—that it would get to the bottom of the 59 Precinct Theory.
"Stand with us as we work to demand a full recount of ALL votes for the 2012 election," read the letter. "In this fight, we are up against a well funded progressive, far left machine funded by the likes of George Soros. Any amount that you can contribute, whether $5 or $500 or anything above or in between, will assist us in the fight for the integrity of elections in this country!
RE: I haven't even hinted at.
You haven't even hinted at, EH?
YES, you have Toni, YES you have.
Fishy voting results?
Everything that seems too good to be true most likely IS too good to be true; there's something suspicious about that.
Elections Commission in 2000 under Katherine Harris, the Bush Campaign Chair for Florida (but that can't be suspicious or a conflict of interest, she's a Republican).
The Palm Beach Post reported that
"[C]omputer analysis has found at least 1,100 eligible voters wrongly purged from the rolls before last year's election. [...] At least 108 law-abiding people were purged from the voter rolls as suspected criminals, only to be cleared after the election. DBT's computers had matched these people with felons, though in dozens of cases they did not share the same name, birthdate, gender or race.
As you said after the contentious vote in Ohio in 2004, "He won, get over it." Of course you were refering that tall pile of natural fertilizer, George Witless Bush.
But I have to say, entrusting a vote for Office to a machine is the stupidest idea in the world. I was always uncomfortable that my vote was being counted properly even before computers entered the equation. Use a paper ballot for the Candidates for Office, and the bloody Computer for all the other stuff. At least you could have a proper re-count of paper ballots to be sure the candidates were right.