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Why We Were Surprised on November 6th?

charlesthehammer Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 6:50 AM
When election results show that McCain in 2008 received 200,000 more votes in Ohio than Romney in 2012, you know that something is wrong. We have been had by a fraudulent election.
Science Avenger Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 11:57 AM
Riiiight, because its just not possible that the Ohio electorate thought Romney was that much worse a candidate than McCain...

You people sound like sports fans who always blame the refs when they lose. That tends to perpetuate the same result you know.
restoreliberty Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 12:13 PM
But that Ohio electorate is going to be real happy with job losses in the New Year.

Last week, in a mere 7 days after the election, more than 27,000 people found out they were losing their jobs. This morning the fun begins anew, it isn't even lunch time yet on the east coast and already 6,000 people got their Obama Christmas layoff letter. And what about the month of October and the 6 days leading up to the election, why there were only in excess of 99,000 WARN notices issued informing people they would be unemployed by Christmas. or google WARN notice and your state for job losses near you.
LibertyBell777 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 3:12 PM
Ohio still enjoys an unemployment rate better than most states and Ohioans still understood that Obama was on their side and not the side of corporate-owned America.

Obama won because the majority of Americans thought he would do a better job of leading this country.

Ok, I was wrong. I thought the Republicans would win the Presidency. I was not the only one. Smart people like Michael Barone and Karl Rove thought so also, in addition to people like Dick Morris. A knowledgeable friend called me the Saturday before the election and told me John McLaughlin, the pollster, just told him Romney wins it going away. So what happened?

First there is the big picture. I think there were three issues that hurt the Romney campaign along the way. The first is his turn to the right to win the primaries. My now politically-astute son asserted...