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Missing Republicans -- Found!

RedRum Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 11:21 AM
I think fraud (in Obama's favor, of course) was likely widespread. The only reason it didn't become a heated issue was due to Obama's comfortable Electoral College margin of victory. I find it more than "convenient" that Obama pulled out wins in every "swing-state" bar NC. Many of us who opposed Obama knew his campaign was more than willing and able to commit outright fraud to win. Yes, I know the Romney team was relying on innacurate polling and voter turnout models, but could they have been THAT wrong? And of course the media went into full-on swoon mode in the aftermath of Obama's re-election and spent no time on the more than "convenient" victories in OH, VA, FL, CO, etc.

On talk radio, in internet commentary and at right wing conferences, worried analysts and activists obsess over the dire electoral consequence of "three million missing Republicans" who doomed conservative chances in 2012.

This lament for the lost legions of conservatism has been relentlessly recycled in right-leaning media to prove that Mitt Romney failed to mobilize his base with his inept, uninspired campaign. The commonly cited proof for this conclusion is that Mitt Romney received even fewer votes than did the hapless McCain-Palin ticket. If only the GOP had run with a "true conservative" instead of another flip-flopping RINO, the true-believers...