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The Liberal Media Unites to Stop Romney

vietnamvet Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 11:43 AM
There are other forces at work to deny Romney an election win. It was recently annopunced that a plane crash in Afghanistan may have destroyed a pile of military absentee ballots when it crashed and burned. The thing is, the unit stationed at the base where the accident occurred has no crashes on their record. Plus, the crash 'happened' on October 19th, and it was a full week later that the media was informed. They (the Democrats) will do whatever they can to keep military votes from being counted.
Jay Wye Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 6:10 PM
it's well past time for the military to absentee-vote by Internet. It CAN be done securely.

I don't know why there isn't a nationwide system of electronic voting over the Internet,using public and private keys for security,and a return receipt email confirming the vote and showing how you voted.It could print out the ballot at the voting precincts for a hard copy and verification by 3rd parties,optically read,of course. Most people would not need to stand in line,they could vote from home,any library,Starbucks,etc.
you'd still have to register in person,in advance,and have the public key sent to you after you've been verified as legitimate.
Jeanne116 Wrote: Oct 27, 2012 1:47 PM
Yes, I just read it in our newspaper a few hours ago. This should have been put in the headlines and bring it to the attention of the American people. How very convenient. God is with us, and all these weapons formed against Gov. Romney will not prosper....Let's continue to ask God for his help in this hour of need for America. Love Ya!

With many of the polls and much of the momentum trending for Mitt Romney, much of the mainstream media is in full-panic mode as they work overtime to tilt the "news" in favor of Barack Obama.

For a recent example of such bias, one need only look at the October 25th edition of USA Today. On their front page was the headline: "Economists see less pain in 2013."

Even while pushing such an Obama-friendly headline, their own facts belie the trumped-up prediction. Of the 48 "economists" surveyed, 83 percent said the economy will actually stay the same or get worse. A...