Evidence Of Massive Election Fraud Mounts: Obama Won More Than 99 Percent Of The Vote In More Than 100 Ohio Precincts. Either Obama set a new high for being the most popular president….ever, or there’s some real problems with the election process. We’ll take the latter for $1200 Alex.

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PsychoDad November 12, 2012 at 7:58 pm

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Just wow. I’m generally not as conspiratorially minded as some folks around here, but this looks really REALLY screwy.

Ruben November 12, 2012 at 8:50 pm

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I’m one of the “as some folks around here” and it’s great to have you aboard on this one, PD.

Karmaa November 13, 2012 at 5:41 am

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I love a good conspiracy theory, but until recently I always put them into the “wow – it COULD have happened that way” context. But all of the weirdness and evidence swirling around about Obama and his goons (for 4 years) has pushed me over the edge into the “I bet something like that DID happen” camp.

Fr example, the birther issue. I know, in my heart, that SOMETHING is up with that. Was he born in Kenya? Is his daddy Malcolm X? Frank Marshall Davis? I don’t know. But I DO know that something is hinky with the birth certificate. Did he lose citizenship by being adopted? Is he a fair & square citizen who fraudulently used a false citizenship to get ahead? Again, I don’t know. But any one of those theories are possible. What I am completely confident in is that there is SOMETHING not kosher there.

Regardless, when you add that whole thing to Fast & Furious and the coverup (and the theories), and all of the other coverups and theories – it makes me extremely susceptible to imagining the worst from these creeps.

As for election fraud? We KNOW it happened in 2008. And these idiots are so confident because they got away with it then, that they have doubled down on stupid. If we don’t DO something about it now – in 2016 they will be standing next to the voting booths, and just placing republican voter cards directly in the trash. And it will be too late to do anything about it.

Voter fraud is a felony. It is punishable by jail time. And that is what MUST be done. EVERY election official who assisted in or ALLOWED fraud should be punished swiftly, harshly and LOUDLY to prevent it in the future. But my conspiracy theories lead right back to the DOJ. For all of our howls of outrage at the black panthers in Philly in 2008 we got the middle finger from Holder – on behalf of Obama. I am not holding my breath that this will be any different.

RobertW November 13, 2012 at 5:22 pm

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And these idiots are so confident because they got away with it then, that they have doubled down on stupid.

in the same way HAMAS will double down on killing Americans, being as they ipso facto (i hope that’s the right term, i didn’t look it up yet) have gotten away with Benghazi.

ballaratbill November 12, 2012 at 8:10 pm

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Maybe you should have been demanding the UN observers at every polling station instead of being offended by their overseeing the voting. While it is possible to vote here in Australia more than once you have to go to a different station each time and eventual the Electrol Office will get around to querying why your name was crossed off at more than one location. Also as voting is compulsory here the effort required to significantly alter the vote.

Still at a minimum voter should be required to provide recognized photo ID and dip a finger in a dye to show that they have already voted.

KW Willy November 12, 2012 at 9:33 pm

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AGREED 100% Now, when do you suppose the investigation will start. Will the investigators be hired by msnbc so we can get a thorough and impartial investigation

RobertW November 12, 2012 at 10:19 pm

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ballaratbill, of course we’re offended by the un lurkers, they are nothing but proponents of one world govt. which no real American needs or wants. We will take care of this mess ourselves without outside interference from anyone. And while photo ID’s are legitimate, dying one’s finger is not a valid device answer, as many cosmetological prostheses and other devices would allow even greater opportunity for the anti-Americans to suborn our political process.
We have these things called ink-pads that are used in police stations and in banks to capture on paper a likeness of a person’s fingerprints, and that dye is easily wiped off, and would be a better device to employ than an inkwell, but totally unnecessary. Much as your comments regarding our electoral process are unnecessary.
But thanks for your concern for the internal affairs of the last and best bastion of Liberty, Freedom, and Justice on earth.
Cheers mate, and thanks to your warriors for their inestimable sacrifices throughout the late global conflicts in which both our countries have been engaged. :)

ballaratbill November 13, 2012 at 1:19 am

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Robert W
Sorry if I offended but it seem that over decades of elections there has been accusation of electoral fraud. Despite these claims there doesn’t seem to be any great effort to fix the problem and I accept that any corrective action should be initiated and administered by US laws and enforcement.

In respect to the UN I don’t understand why western democracies so willing to cede so much of their sovereign power to this unelected rabble. It would be much better if we withdrew and let this band of robber to themselves rather than have them feed of our taxpayer dollars.

wingater November 13, 2012 at 5:25 am

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Agreed!

RobertW November 13, 2012 at 4:31 pm

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ballaratbill, I accept your apology, and I apologize in return to you if I caused offense in my vehemence, and particularly in the admittedly condescending words regarding dye. Please mark it up to my own frustration over our obviously flawed electoral system.

Please continue to pour out vituperation upon the u.n. We never should have let that particular tick on society breathe its first breath.

I sincerely hope you’ll continue to visit, and post your comments here at IHTM.
Thanks

flashingscotsman November 14, 2012 at 11:12 am

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I used to know a couple of old guys called Ballarat Bob, and Ballarat Slim. But they were the inhabitants of Ballarat, California. Couple of interesting old characters.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ballarat,_California

RobertW November 14, 2012 at 12:57 pm

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as artie johnson used to say
veeeeeery interestink.

but why would anyone wanna ball a rat?

flashingscotsman November 14, 2012 at 6:32 pm

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I never found the ball, OR the rat. I did have a lot of fun there as a kid, though. Even went up to the ranch to visit the Manson Family. Don’t remember Charlie being there, though.

GhostntheMachine November 14, 2012 at 8:26 pm

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Seriously?

RobertW November 14, 2012 at 9:25 pm

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2 hrs to travel 22 miles, that’s gotta be some rough terrain.

ballaratbill November 15, 2012 at 2:40 am

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My Ballarat is a regional city Australian city in the state of Victoria which was founded during the gold rush of the 1850′s. The miners had to have the balls and I’m sure they bought the rats on the ships which brought them from all corners of the world including the US. Some of Americans who were lured to our shores by the gold rush founded also went on to found transport (Cobb&Co) and brewing companies.

flashingscotsman November 15, 2012 at 10:02 am

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Ballarat, CA was named after the Ballarat in Australia. It was originally kind of a supply base for the local silver mines in the mountains nearby.

When I was 13, I went on a supply run with Tommy, the 13 year old son of the owner of the store, to the last working mine, in the Panamint Mountains. We drove his military surplus Dodge Power Wagon, which he found in the desert, having been abandoned when it ran out of gas. Turned out it was stolen, some say by Charlie Manson, and he left it there and walked the rest of the way to the “ranch.”

Tommy worked to find out who owned it, and when he contacted the people, in Long Beach, they were so thankful, they told him to keep it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dennis_larson/5187292321/

I have a LOT of good childhood memories of Ballarat.

RobertW November 15, 2012 at 1:13 pm

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yes, i researched via wiki on both ballarats Bill.
not that I’ll ever have the chance to do so in the real world, but if I could, 2 overseas places I dream of visiting is the city of Witten in Gemany, where my people originated, and the Australian Island.

might be cool to visit Lord Baltimore’s lands in England, as that is where the Wittens migrated to in about 900. :D

Karmaa November 13, 2012 at 5:52 am

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Our system can handle a few nutcases who go out of their way to vote twice, and so on. We don’t need to dip our fingers in dye. What we NEED is to insist that all voters prove themselves to be citizens, and that they are who they say they are.

-We need to stop allowing political groups like ACORN to sign up voters.
-We need to stop allowing buses of voters who can’t prove their identities to pull up in front of polling centers, unload, vote and get back on the bus for the 2 hour ride back.
-We need to stop allowing voting week (or voter MONTH) and get back to voting day.
-We need to put the brakes on absentee voting – requiring that people who wish to do so have a valid excuse for it.
-We need to make SURE that our military – the people who are out in the world fighting for OUR RIGHT to vote, are not disenfranchised
-And, we need to clean up the elections commissions and officials, especially in big cities. The foxes are guarding the hens houses there, and we are letting it happen.

The UN can’t do anything about any of that. And having people trot around with a purple finger won’t stop the fraud.

flashingscotsman November 13, 2012 at 11:30 am

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I don’t understand what the problem is with absentee voting. It would have been nice if I had been asked for my ID when I signed up for it, but that’s another subject. I voted legitimately, and I did it three weeks before election day.

Had I not been able to do that, I would have missed my chance to vote, since I was hundreds of miles away from home on election day.

CO2Insanity November 13, 2012 at 11:43 am

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I signed my wife up on line. In CA you need a driver’s license to do it, they verify some info and if it’s OK they register you. If you’re absentee your signature has to match the one on your DL. Frankly I was surprised I just couldn’t go there and sign up to vote under 500 different names. Being California you would think that’s the way it would actually work.

Karmaa November 13, 2012 at 3:33 pm

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It’s not absentee voting that is the problem. It is the ABUSE of absentee voting. You said that you would not have been able to vote because you were hundreds of miles away. That is a legitimate reason for absentee voting. It always has been.

But absentee carries risks. There are no faces. There is no actual person. The neckbeard living in mama’s basement can vote for 500 dead people in a few hours, and no one will be the wiser. Depending on the state he can vote for 500 more imaginary people too.

So, it should be something that requires at least a cursory explanation. and individual contact with the voter at some point along the line. Yes, people will still abuse it, but as I said in my original post – the system can handle a bit of fraud. We can’t handle easy, organized, massive fraud. And that’s what the Obama goons, Acorn, unions, etc. specialize in.

flashingscotsman November 14, 2012 at 11:16 am

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I registered to vote in front of a WalMart, in person, but was not required to show my ID to do so. Then, when my sample ballot showed up, I sent in the included request for Absentee status.

As long as I vote in each election, I am on permanent Absentee status, even though I move around the state and re-register in person each time. I do that because I never know from one day to the next where I will be on election day.

Joe November 12, 2012 at 10:27 pm

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Damn, Obama makes Hugo Chavez look like an amateur.

RobertW November 12, 2012 at 10:38 pm

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Maybe Dubya was countin the votes. Likely he didn’t want Romney to win either.

sa_rose November 15, 2012 at 2:54 pm

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Sorry for the TU. I intended for a TD. I don’t think Bush gives a rat’s ass who won, as long as he can live in peace out of the public eye.

MGAP November 13, 2012 at 5:51 am

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They are looking at this the wrong way. Someone needs to look for and bring forward someone who did vote against obama in these 100% precincts. If they say there’s no way he got all the votes in a precinct, well, you’re automatically called a hysterical racist and ignored. If you step forward and say you voted and your vote didn’t get counted…. then you’re on to something.

Karmaa November 13, 2012 at 5:58 am

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BINGO! But there are problems with that. Many people in those areas are afraid to buck the system. Just like when a crime is committed, they will not come forward, because the impact from the community can be harsh. Offering an incentive would immediately taint the evidence. So how to do this? And where do these people go to make their reports?

Someone needs to start an anonymous site or a well-publicized email, where anyone who knows the facts can go and report. And it can’t be Glen Beck or Rush Limbaugh. Maybe Col. West could cut through the haze!

drb November 13, 2012 at 6:54 am

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Maybe Herman Cain, West is already neck deep down in Florida.

drb November 13, 2012 at 6:49 am

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Nobody is going to look into this, gop doesn’t have the cajones

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GhostntheMachine November 15, 2012 at 5:11 am

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♫ Wastin’ away again in Cheetoville, searchin’ for my lost EBT card… ♪

Forgive him, it’s the middle of the month, these things happen.

danybhoy November 15, 2012 at 6:06 am
GhostntheMachine November 15, 2012 at 6:37 am

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Perfect.

flashingscotsman November 15, 2012 at 10:16 am
RobertW November 15, 2012 at 2:13 pm
flashingscotsman November 15, 2012 at 6:54 pm

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I blame all this on the welfare state.

sa_rose November 15, 2012 at 9:10 pm

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and don’t they both look iek absolute geniuses? Obviously noone of that gene pool could have been in trouble, or argued with police!