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Former GOP Official Alleges Fraud: "I Was Told I'd Already Voted -- But I Hadn't"

Gregory142 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:30 PM
I generally give the Dems a 3% "cheating edge." You know they are going to play games, and the Dem. Sec'ty's of State dutifully assist in the heist. a 1% edge to a REpublican is really a 4% edge. I think Romney will get a 4% edge, nationwide, in the popular count, which is really a 7% edge. Americans have not (yet) reached the tipping point of 51% WWW's (Welfare Wastrel Wannabes). I'm confident that Americans are rising up to save our country today.
Sonny13 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:46 PM
That tipping point is very close at 47%, I have been worried about this for a number years.
tgwWhale Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 1:30 PM
Seriously, I have wondered if the the inclusion of a +7 (or whatever) Democrat sample in all the polls might not be an attempt to cover for the fact that Democrats vote more. Note that I did not say that more Democrats vote. I said that Democrats vote MORE.

In other words, the pollsters are throwing in a fudge factor to account for Democrat cheating.

The former Digital Director of the National Republican Congressional Committee tells Townhall he fears he's been victimized by voter fraud in the key swing state of Virginia.  His early morning ordeal played out in the House district of Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA), whose 23-year-old son abruptly resigned from the campaign in late October, after being caught on film conspiring to count illegal votes.  When the NRCC alumnus arrived to vote at his polling place in Alexandria this morning, his attempt to cast a ballot was rebuffed by election officials: "I got inside, they set me up, I gave the...