Nov 08, 2012 10:40 am It’s been less than 24 hours since the polls closed and already the first shots in an emerging civil war within the conservative movement are being fired. Right-leaning pundits have been taking turns beating up on Mitt Romney and blaming him for the loss last night. Donald Trump just tweeted, “Congrats to @KarlRove on blowing [...]
Hundreds of students at Mississippi State University angrily protested the second stolen election by Barack Obama and the collaborationist media… Related posts: Will The 2012 U.S. Presidential Election Be Stolen? Will The 2012 U.S. Presidential Election Be STOLEN by using… Checks Stolen From Obama Campaign Headquarters CHICAGO (OfficialWire) — Three checks for campaign services have [...]
We know the Obama campaign engaged in massive voter fraud in 2008. They also sought unsuccessfully to suppress the military vote, which historically votes conservative. This time, they did both. Before the election, we heard almost weekly about some shipment of absentee ballots getting lost on the way to our troops in Afghanistan. Or ballots [...]
REGISTRATION SMEGISTRATION A lot of folks want to blame Romney’s loss in Nevada on voter registration; pointing to the Democrats’ well-publicized registration efforts over the three-month period leading up to this year’s general election. Alas, the numbers just don’t back that up. Registration simply was NOT the GOP’s problem. Consider the following: At the close of registration in 2008 in Nevada, there were approximately 531,000 “active” registered Democrats. At the close of registration this year, there were approximately 527,000 “active” registered Democrats. So over a period of four years, with a Democrat in the White House and with the benefit of the vaunted “Reid Machine,” the number of active registered Democrats in Nevada shrunk by 4,000. Meanwhile, at the close of registration in 2008, there were about 431,000 “active” registered Republicans in Nevada. At the close of registration this year, after supposedly being “swamped” by the Democrat voter registration effort, Republicans had about 437,000 “active” registered voters. An increase of about 6,000.
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