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The overwhelming majority of the American public expects to take part in a presidential election mauled by fraud, opinion poll has revealed.
Originally posted by burdman30ott6
I'm confused and I'm not trying to bait here, just asking an honest question... When did the Obama supporters change from "If Obama loses it will be because of racism" to "If Obama loses it will be because of fraud?" Is there any room in the Obama crowds' thought processes to acknowledge the idea that entrance & exit polls don't always represent the actual voting that takes place when that curtain is drawn or the idea that there's still a large enough percentage of the population who are really undecided and could very well go with John McCain, a man who has historically done fantastically well with independant and undecided voters?
Originally posted by bonaire
By now, it seems to be proven that the winner of the last two POTUS elections won because of fraud - so I expect people will think that any winner will win due to fraud. So goes democracy.
Originally posted by LowLevelMason
A long time ago I worked for a major Republican campaign office in a non-political role. The office was broken into countless times, the "get out the vote" vehicles on election day had all their tires slashed, and from what I can tell death threats were a daily occurrence.
Additionally, the local news would astonishingly find that tens of thousands of dead voters who were registered as Democrat voted every election.
The media, which is in the tank for Obama, does this every election year: They act hysterical about supposed "republican" voter fraud, when in reality the Democrat party is doing the same if not worse.
If McCain wins they want you to think it was stolen, which is why they have already setup that narrative. Its just not true. Both sides of the aisle engage in massive election fraud. Whoever wins it wont be due to fraud on the other part, since the massive fraud from both sides somewhat cancels itself out