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Romney Lost OH, PA, and VA Because of the Youth Vote

a Concerned American Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:36 AM
You Might Be A Communist If . . . You scream "voter disenfranchisement" of certain groups that "just happen" to vote overwhelmingly (and monolithically) Democrat in order to hogtie states that seek to combat voter fraud and maintain vote integrity, while at the same time actively disenfranchising military voters who serve overseas and looking the other way when black militants stand outside polling precincts in major cities to suppress the white vote. Sounds just like the Occupy Wall Street led Democrat Party, doesn't it?

Editor's note: This piece was co-authored by Ron Meyer.

It’s been more than a week since the election, and everyone is still Monday-morning-quarterbacking Governor Romney’s campaign. It’s annoying. Romney ran an honest and positive campaign, and we wish him the best.

From the beginning of this race, we said the Conservative Movement and our candidates needed to speak directly to young Americans.

We didn’t, and we lost the White House largely because of this lack of effort.

Romney would’ve won the election had he won the same percentage of the youth vote--45 percent--that George Bush had won...