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Obama Likely Won Re-Election Through Election Fraud

GUY92 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:29 AM
The election boards in big cities are all run by Democrats. I have read that usually only 50% of registered voters vote. This gives the Democrat "ground game' a lot of 'spare' ballots to work with. And don't forget, unlike Republicans, MOST DEMOCRATS HAVE A DAY OFF ON ELECTION DAY ! Even passwords could be used to get the shills using someone else's ballot through selected poll workers. Republicans need to wake up and smell the coffee. This can be changed now. The Republican House can stop all legislative work until this is corrected: governing is meaningless if the will of the people is not being carried out. We have the technology now that can put an end to this: retinal scans can ID voters. Buy a million of them.
GUY92 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:55 AM
The Republicans can seize this opportunity now to force the use of retinal scans to ID voters, and not be worried about attacks from the News Media, because the foundation of Democracy is fair elections. 100% of a precinct voting is obvious fraud. Make this a focus issue. It's a Win/Win, because once informed, they will have public support. Why don't they really represent us and GET IT DONE, WHATEVER THE COST !?
If a man with such a long list of failures can get reelected, how can Republicans ever expect to win again. They will become extinct. That's why it needs to be done now- to save our Democracy.
If not, the Republicans in Congress are nothing but a bunch of blind chickens.
RepubRob2 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 9:18 AM
Guy, you and I are soul brothers, believe me. And I think we, as conservatives, are doing what any group of like-thinking people would do after a major defeat - we're getting angry and at the same time licking our wounds. But if we keep fooling ourselves that we lost this election because of voter fraud, then we'll lose the next one too. I like your technological solution - not because I think it would have won us this election, but rather because it's the right thing to do to give us confidence in the system. Just like the NFL replay rule, huh? But your question about how Obama got elected with so many failures on his resume is the right one, I think.
RepubRob2 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:37 AM
You are voicing a complaint I've had for the past several years. My kids are in high school, and for the past two elections, they have had election day off. Not only does this ensure that a primary Democrat constituency votes in disproportionately large numbers, but it also ensures that people with jobs have to stay home to tend to their kids all day. And this suppresses the vote of the employed, which tend to vote Republican in larger numbers.

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