posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 12:11 PM
reply to post by MegaMind
So if they aren't going to count those particular counties at all what makes you think they will count ALL the votes in the other
That assumption is just as illogical as someone assuming that all the votes were counted perfectly.
I am making no such claim...I have no proof to claim that all the votes were counted perfectly. I also don't have any proof that the counting was
wrong in ALL the counties. I don't make logical leaps with no evidence to support them...if that is what makes you feel better about the
situation...be my guest. But don't be surprised when people ask for proof.
There were unreported precincts in Waldo county...adding in those unreported precincts gives Ron Paul a +6 net gain...so instead of losing by 194, he
lost by 188. He still lost.
Washington county postponed their caucuses until tomorrow. In 2008 the voter turnout was 113 people...not even enough for Ron Paul to close the gap.
If the turnout doubles...Ron Paul would still have to win more than 83% to win Maine.
Those are the only two confirmed "issues" that I know of. I acknowledge those, and I also acknowledge that even with both of those...the result is
likely not going to change because the vote numbers aren't there.
Now you are claiming that because there are these two issues...then there MUST be more. That is called illogical. Come with proof...or don't make a