Voting Glitches from New Black Panthers
Hundreds of Thousands of votes NOT counted:
The NBPP were very actively blocking and intimidating people in Philadelphia;
The people in Ohio were stopped at the door not allowing them to enter as they told them "you have already voted." The Campaign was given to Obama BEFORE all of the votes were even counted.
The Military Vote had many interruptions; and not all of them made it to be counted;
Then of course the East Coast was hit by Hurricane Sandy where only hours before were massive reports of HAARP.
All over the U.S., complaints by voters that when they voted for Romney, the votes went to obama.
Obama won ALL of the states that refused the VOTER ID LAW.
Posted by Elaine on 11/11 at 03:04 PM | #
I've wondered the same thing myself. To use a football analogy, it's 1:30 left in the 4th quarter. Your team is one point behind and the other team is on your 2 yard line with all 4 downs remaining. You can try to prevent a touchdown and continue to run down the clock or you can let them have a quick touchdown and then get the ball back with maybe enough time to score a touchdown, go for a 2 point attempt, and tie the game hoping you can win it in overtime. On the other hand, it's not guaranteed to work out. It's kind of damned if you do and damned if you don't.
Posted by Francisco Linares on 11/11 at 01:13 PM | #
Where were the people who knew better this time around? Why let the irresponsible people have everything their way now? It won't effect you, right? The fruit has been brought to bear, and now you have those who are not only dumb, but do not care, running the show. Let's say, they have been present for longer then we wish to know. I don't agree with your fairy tale. Real people would have made a difference in your country this time around, but what did they do.....might as well say they ran and hid under their pillows. Having a puppet as President for a second term, only plays into the hands of all those in favor of a One World Order. Get used to it, there is nothing you can do, no matter how many pipe dreams you come up with.
Posted by David on 11/11 at 09:25 AM | #
I agree with your idea except for one thing. Last night (11/9/12) on Bill O'Reilly's show Laura Ingraham had a guest on, and they were discussing Obama raising taxes. Don't you know, said guest said Romney would have done the same thing? Here Romney is not even elected as President and this numb-nuts was blaming him for something he had no power to do. This is how the libs are. The MSM, even if all the Repubs in congress never showed up to work again, would still find some way to blame them.
It's what they do. The problem is like the problem with Obama is that so many people believe them, even when the facts are staring them right in the face.
Take care, and here's hoping we all get through the next 4 years.
Posted by Martha on 11/10 at 09:05 PM | #
Robert, the only reason I keep up with the Democrats is to again watch JUST HOW FAR they will go. The Republicans of late have been just as irresponsible as the Dems have been; but it is worse for them. They know better!
I'm not sure it what is going on is ignorance OR, being totally "SELF CENTERED like spoiled children. They don't seem to care about the repercussion or the cost.
There was a time that if you needed foods tamps, it was meant to just "tide one over" until they could find a job. IF you had a car, you couldn't get food stamps. They figured if you had a car (and there was public transportation) you could see your car instead of making expensive care payments. I took a neighbor to apply for food stamps. I was shocked at the number of "new" or relatively NEW cars in the parking lot.
Food stamps were never meant to be a permanent program...It was meant to help those when they were out of a job; OR, totally indigent.
Posted by Elaine on 11/10 at 07:46 PM | #
Certainly demographics bespeak an almost unbreakable barrier to election of Republican lawmakers/president, however, the vocal and very conservative elements of the Republican party made the difference between gaining elements of the political middle to partner with conservatives to elect more Republicans. One can choose to take a principled stand on budget issues, however, the voting public is near to the tipping point when a majority of voters are receiving monies from the public dole. Any attempt to elect a conservative president will require major inroads into centrist voter ranks, a group who oppose many of the Tea Party principles. It is not my place to tell people how to think regarding politics, however, I believe it important to remind one and all that Presidential races are not won by just part of the conservative coalition of voters. I hope that the future will not be controlled by rigid political belief, however, the current election does not bode well.
Posted by Robert Fanning on 11/10 at 03:13 PM | #
I have already written my congressman and senators and told them this very thing let em have it. In fact just come back home spend time with the family enjoy the holidays let go let em have it and watch it implode and the only ones to blame the dems.
Posted by Roddy woodard on 11/10 at 02:27 PM | #
The fastest way through pain is right through the middle of it. It's coming anyway so why not take a straight path through and force the apathetic, ignorant, lazy, stubborn, arrogant, self-indulgent and co-dependent FEEL what their choices create?
Posted by Karen C on 11/10 at 01:35 PM | #
Changing Demographics? More Like Enduring Ignorance
Posted by Arnold Ahlert on Nov 10, 2012 at 08:30 AM
The sooner progressives and the media bring America to its knees, the sooner the people who know better can put the nation back on its feet
By now, you’ve heard from most of the chattering classes as to why Democrats in general, and Barack Obama in particular, did so well on election night. You’ve heard about changing demographics, an opportune storm, media malfeasance, etcetera, etcetera, ad nauseam.More...
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