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Why We Were Surprised on November 6th?

LibertyBell777 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 12:55 PM
There wasn't any voter fraud except for the RNC hired company that was throwing democratic registrations in the trash and the effort by Republican governors to prevent people from exercising their constitutional right to vote. The reason Republicans were so sure that Romney was going to win is because they listen to right-wing media which doesn't report poll numbers and doesn't believe in poll numbers unless they support their candidates. The reason Romney lost is because Americans couldn't trust him. Super conservative during primaries, super moderate at the end - wouldn't release his tax returns, showing his disdain behind closed doors, extremist party positions forced on him and a party that disrespects a large majority of Americans.
Joethetiler Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:23 PM
If there were more votes cast in a precinct/district than registered voters, would you concede there may be a voter fraud problem in those precincts/districts? If Obama received 100% of the vote in many districts in Ohio and Pennsylvannia and 99% in others, might we want to at least investigate? You do want honest, fair and accurate elections, do you not?
Emilie3 Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 2:36 PM
Well even when given specifics about Republican voter fraud, you can only generally lie that Dems are guilty of voter fraud. Just sour grapes from someone who doesn't want to know the truth
DCM in FL Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:17 PM
"There wasn't any voter fraud except for the RNC hired company that was throwing democratic registrations in the trash and the effort by Republican governors to prevent people from exercising their constitutional right to vote."

It's amazing, and sad, that someone can write this kind of stuff, actually believing it's true. Dems are the party of voter fraud, and this has been demonstrated time and time again. It's amazing what people won't allow themselves to know because they don't want to know it.

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...