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I'm Even More Confident That Mitt Will Win

modernmover Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:31 PM
You are correct. Think about it - who do you know that voted for McCain will now vote for Obama? None. How many people that voted for Obama will now vote for Romney? Lots. How many people that voted for Obama will now not bother to vote? Lots. How many people in the Democrat Party will stoop to voter fraud? Lots. Best Defense: Vote
loadstar Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 9:53 AM
Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 10:25 PM
Please, you should think about this: As a young boy visiting my uncles near Chicago, I recall them talking about how many times each had voted in the Presidential Election of 1960. They both were members of the UAW and many of their friends were too. I ask them how they could vote multiple times; they said, “Easy, go when and where their Union Rep told them too”.

MikefromDE Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:39 PM
Modern: Are you speaking from experience? The affect of voter fraud in national elections is negligent. The conditions you describe are more fitting for a mayoral race.
MikefromDE Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:36 PM
Neal: It is customary for the ball player to at least step out onto the field before he cries that the sun was in his eyes. I suggest you consult with “The Teleprompter speaks” for a good excuse. We have heard “vote fraud” from the liberals for 8 years of GW and from the conservatives for 4 years of Obama.
Bruce2397 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:17 PM
This is the failed Limbaugh meme---there is no way a Republican would lose except for vote fraud. It's a great way to avoid reality, truth, the facts, all manner of unpleasantness for those who are unaware of the reality-based community...
Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:40 PM

YES!...They’ll do anything to re-elect an incompetent Obama. If Obama does happen to get re-elected it will be for one reason ONLY…VOTE FRAUD!
I want to give you an updated list of reasons I believe that Mitt Romney will win the election Tuesday. So much information, so much confusion, so much uncertainty. But I don't think it's so complex as it seems.

In 2008, a perfect storm developed for Barack Obama: an economic crisis, which was effectively, though unfairly, blamed on Republicans; war fatigue, which had been stoked by six years of Democratic anti-Bush propaganda; a messianic illusion personified in Obama, who was promising incomprehensibly wonderful yet undefined change and utopian-level bipartisanship; and a Republican opponent who all but forfeited the election to Obama...