reply to post by OutKast Searcher
Let me say that I really appreciate your taking the time to participate in intelligent discussion on this. This is one of the reasons that I felt like
it was time to give it some exposure on the web. I haven't dismissed anyone's argument and I do not believe myself superior to any of you. I felt a
need to speak up because of the demeaning adjectives that were used to describe me personally in this thread. Now For that, I wil try to address your
1. The state I am referring to is South Carolina in this year's GOP Primary. According to the FOX network news staff, they called the election with
1% of the Vote counted and an exit poll with less than 2400 people (more than 600,000 people voted total in SC). I watched it live on TV. You can see
it at this link: revolutionarypolitics.tv...
I happened to see it live.
2. As anticipated, when you reverse the precinct order, you get two very straight lines with Gingrich and Santorum. Paul and Romney's lines are
straight until around 18,000 votes cast, when Romney's slope decreases by 3.0% and Paul's percentage increase by 3.0%.
If you would like to do your own analysis of this data, allow me to send it to you. You are wrong in assuming that I just want to state that I'm
correct and not address the arguments. I stand firm behind the mathematics. You can argue the method. And look, if there is electronic vote
manipulation occuring, this is all that we can do- analyze the data. I live in a State where the vote is 100% electronic, Alvin Greene was elected as
the Democratic nominee to the Senate (probably the greatest voting anomaly in history), the EVM manufacture (ES&S) has been involved in countless
election irregularities previously, the votes are electronically "counted" in Europe, there is no paper receipt, there can never be a real recount,
and many South Carolinians don't trust the results. Would you?
I recently had a conversation with a political representative in SC regarding this subject, whose reaction was, "How could the election be
rigged if the results perfectly match all of the exit polls of the major television networks/" At the time, I didn't know that a single exit polling
company, Edison Reseach, supplies all of the networks with their poll and each network implies that it is their own independent exit poll. And after
delving deeper (please check me on this), their standard practice is to "adjust" the poll after they know the actual reported vote totals. I'd like
to get your take.
So knowing Anderson County, I mapped out the precincts last night and did my best to look at this situation demographically. Mitt Romney definitely
does better in the Urban precincts and Paul definitely does better in the Rural- just like you would expect. I'd like to hear your comments on
In smaller urban precincts: Santorum 16.7%, Gingrich 44.1%, Paul 18.4%, Romney 16.9%
In smaller rural precincts: Santorum 16.4%, Gingrich 42.2%, Paul 21.9%, Romney15.6%
In larger Urban precincts: Santorum 14.9%, Gingrich 41.5%, Paul 13.4%, Romney 25.2%
In larger Rural precincts: Santorum 16.2, Gingrich 42.5%, Paul 16.7%, Romney 19.8%
Again, I welcome your participation and will gladly send the data already in spreadsheet to you, including the demographics part.