407,000 Votes in Four States. “…4 states, with a collective margin of, 406,348 for Obama, add up to 69 electoral votes. Had Romney won 407,000 or so additional votes in the right proportion in those states, he would have 275 electoral votes.” And numerous precincts reported head-scratching turnout and pro-Obama vote majorities in those states… as if the dead rose up and voted or something.

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Ruben
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With the system rigged as badly as it is now – and a flaccid opposition party who apparently refuses to lift a finger – I can say I’ve never felt so powerless as I do at this moment.

DefHarryMelon
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That’s why I won’t even broach the subject in my normal goings on, unless someone asks me because they heard it somewhere else. The media is not our friend, and they are not spreading the news. If any of my lefty leaner ‘friends’ were to bring it up that would mean its coming from some media outlet they might believe. Their revelation could be a sign of hope, so it ain’t happening. We’re stuck, and we ain’t getting unstuck without some change in the conveyance of the truth minus the propaganda. The way things are right now, there can hardly exist doubt that a plan to fundamentally change the way of life in this nation is afoot. Hundreds of millions of people here are facing blindly into oblivion, virtually unaware that the lever is about to be pulled.

flashingscotsman
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Obama DID mention his desire to “fundamentally change” the greatest nation ever to exist on this planet.

BobontheJob
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I’m 121% sure there was voter fraud.

jcrowley1985
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Those 407,000 votes were probably the Ron Paul supporters that Romney screwed over at the convention.

KW Willy
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I spoke to only two non o voters here in kommie kali, they both voted for Paul. I agree with Rush on that subject, “If there’s a 70% chance of curing your cancer, but you hold out for a hundred percent, is that what you would do? Or would you go for the 70% chance?
One more reason I don’t understand the logic of Paul supporters

sa_rose
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Because they are dumber than a pile of rocks. It is hard to wra your mind around their continued inability to move on after Romney won the primaries. He wasn’t exactly my dream candidate either, but when he became the guy running against Obama, I voted for him. Anything else was retarded behavior. Yes, cheeto boy, that includes you.

flashingscotsman
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In California, if you support anyone other than the Democrat candidate, your vote doesn’t matter. That’s why I felt comfortable with voting for Johnson, knowing that my vote for Romney would have no effect whatsoever.

ooddballz
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Begone you defiler of pigs, goats, small household appliances, and an inflatable Ron Paul doll.

ooddballz
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Damn that zombie vote.

drb
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No one will be able to convince me that voter fraud didn’t put him back into the WH.

drb
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hundycougar
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Yeah… it’s funny all those slim margins… almost like the fix was in…

Sidekick
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Hardly a mandate!

hisham
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With Marxists, if they have a one vote majority, they call it a mandate. It’s called: “I win!” “You lose!”

KimmyQueen
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which is essentially what Obama said those first two weeks after he wont the first time around. like a little punk b*tch.

flashingscotsman
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When Marxists win, everyone loses. It just takes longer to trickle down to the gimme class.

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