333,000 Votes in 4 Swing States Would Have Given Romney the Presidency

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posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:38 PM
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333,000 Votes in 4 Swing States Would Have Given Romney the Presidency

This article opens the floodgates about "your vote counts" .... and maybe "HOW" or "to WHO".

In four States that Obama won, it seems a "few more" Republican votes would have given Romney the win !!

Close election for sure.


On November 6, 2012, 3.2 million fewer Americans voted for Mitt Romney than President Obama. 61.8 million Americans voted for Obama, while only 58.6 million voted for Romney.



Good conspiracy to think about if those needed votes were actually there !!
Maybe they somehow got "erased" or a miracle "conversion" took place like a voting machine "error" ?
Hard to believe just 300,000 votes made the magical difference !!
The links go to Politico pages....

Romney lost New Hampshire’s 4 electoral college votes by a margin of 40,659 Obama won with 368,529 to Romney’s 327,870.

Romney lost Florida’s 29 electoral college votes by a margin of 73,858 Obama won with 4,236,032 to Romney's 4,162,174.

Romney lost Ohio’s 18 electoral college votes by a margin of 103,481 Obama won with 2,697,260 to Romney’s 2,593,779

Romney lost Virginia’s 13 electoral college votes by a margin of 115,910 Obama won with 1,905,528 to Romney’s 1,789,618.

Add the 64 electoral college votes from this switch of 333,908 votes in these four key states to Romney’s 206, remove them from Obama’s 332, and Romney defeats Obama 270 to 268.


The Democrats squeeked by with an "electoral landslide".

The popular vote was close.




posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:42 PM
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Yeah and then everyone got over it except you.......lol
seriously close election tho.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:46 PM
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I'm not worried about traditional "swing" states..

I'm worried about voting machine swing votes..




posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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woulda coulda shoulda....the mistake the rep. made was giving Ron paul a bad jacket.. if they put half of their support in Ron paul as they did with Mit.. Ron Paul would have handed BO his A$%... i'm no Rep. but i sure liked Ron Pauls outlook on how thing's need to be.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:50 PM
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It was close, but it's over.

I look forward to the work the GOP has to do in order to get re-energized and grow the base. And I'm excited to see who carries that banner in 2016.

It is kind of funny how most commentators on the left were saying 'too close to call' or 'close but an edge to obama' and now it's all 'republicans rebuffed by reality.'


How modest we become before judgment and how absolutely brash and childish we become after we get away with something.



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:52 PM
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WOW REALLY?? You just CANNOT LET IT GO, eh?

Obama won, Romney LOST and he lost BADLY. Electoral votes and well over 3 MILLION POPULAR VOTES.


I have always heard that folks from the Right of politics were nutty and delusional, but this is ridiculous! Geez, give it a break you are looking sillier now than you did during pre-election!!!!!!!



posted on Nov, 11 2012 @ 05:53 PM
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Yep. They threw the election, by not only ignoring the Ron Paul supporters, but by actively demonizing and alienating them. Gary Johnson got 1 million votes. If only a third of those went to Romney, he would currently be prez. Worse yet, a lot of those Democrat votes that half-heartedly went to Obama, might have come over to the GOP if they put up a Conservative candidate instead of a Religious candidate. They have fallen victim of believing the two words are interchangeable, and it cost them the election.

HEY GOP, next time listen to your voter base instead of doing your own thing, and then wearing blinders to only see your yes-men.
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posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 06:44 PM
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Yeppers, showing a little respect to Ron Paul and his enthusiastic supporters would have gone a long way.

Oh well, spilt milk. Just would not be the same after wringing it out of a dirty rag a day later. Life goes on. Make the best of it. I will.

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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 12:42 AM
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The people voting for Gary Johnson would have voted for him anyway regardless of whether the GOP played nice. You know that but somehow you think you can use that to criticize the GOP. Many people who follow Gary are into getting pot legalized, and I'm sorry, but that is still a bit not mainstream. Mark Levin blasted republicans for caving in just because Obama won the election. But in my view that is what the Hegelian dialectic is for anyways. It blurs the lines after the conflict.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 12:56 AM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
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The people voting for Gary Johnson would have voted for him anyway regardless of whether the GOP played nice. You know that but somehow you think you can use that to criticize the GOP. Many people who follow Gary are into getting pot legalized, and I'm sorry, but that is still a bit not mainstream. Mark Levin blasted republicans for caving in just because Obama won the election. But in my view that is what the Hegelian dialectic is for anyways. It blurs the lines after the conflict.


The last thing anyone should think about while voting is pot legalization. Talk about a non issue.

Now that Colorado and Washington have made some changes, I am sure more states will realize how much money the states are saving and quite possibly adopt new regulations.

The 3rd party debates weren't shown on any MSM for a reason. Republicans and Democrats alike don't necessarily fear any of the 3rd parties that were running.

What the 3rd party candidates do is show people you don't have to choose between Republican or Democrat. When people do their own research and realize they don't HAVE to vote for the two poster boys we get fed every 4 years, real honest change could possibly happen.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:37 AM
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It was enough of an issue that it separted Gary out from mainstream Republicans. That and gay marriage. Gary is socially liberal. Those things were made an issue in this election cycle by everyone. Not the least of whom were gays in the military. You think people didn't notice media stories on pot? I've never seen so much focus on pot since I was in high school.

Don't liberals ever grow up? They wanna sit around and smoke pot and tell everyone to pay more taxes.
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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:55 AM
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Romney was being setup as the one to lose to Obama from the beginning. Romney was always the 'front runner' even before the primaries even started. the media propped him up, making it seem like he was the strongest candidate (Which he wasn't, he was captain flip-flop.) now with thise close finish, you guys are still falling for it.

elections were rigged imo. Romney just happened to be the losing puppet. Close or not, its still setup.



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:59 AM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
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It was enough of an issue that it separted Gary out from mainstream Republicans. That and gay marriage. Gary is socially liberal. Those things were made an issue in this election cycle by everyone. Not the least of whom were gays in the military. You think people didn't notice media stories on pot? I've never seen so much focus on pot since I was in high school.

Don't liberals ever grow up? They wanna sit around and smoke pot and tell everyone to pay more taxes.
edit on 13-11-2012 by ThirdEyeofHorus because: fix typo


Maybe not... But I personally wonder when conservatives will face reality?

You guys are your own worst enemy.

But you ignore things you do that create a reaction in the general public.

You guys pounded away on so many deluded things that conservative

America has grown completely braindead. That is why you guys lost...

Communist takeovers
And
Muslim, Arab, communist president
And
A whole host of emotional charged, high school bully bull.

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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 09:21 AM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
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The people voting for Gary Johnson would have voted for him anyway regardless of whether the GOP played nice. You know that but somehow you think you can use that to criticize the GOP. Many people who follow Gary are into getting pot legalized, and I'm sorry, but that is still a bit not mainstream. Mark Levin blasted republicans for caving in just because Obama won the election. But in my view that is what the Hegelian dialectic is for anyways. It blurs the lines after the conflict.


If Ron Paul, or Gary Johnson had been the Republican nominee, they would still have gotten all the votes that Romney got, plus the votes they carried on their own, plus some of the votes that went to the Democrat side. There are a lot of Conservative Democrats out there, and given a better option, they would have voted Republican.

It is the GOP's fault. They decided to ride the religious crazy train off the end of the tracks, instead of getting back to their conservative roots.
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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 04:50 PM
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And if a frog had a glass butt it would break when it bounced, what is the point?

Mittens had no chance to win the election, not after the primary season where to win the GOP ticket you need paint yourself the Neo-Nazi candidate of choice. Don't believe me? Extreme right DULLARDS like Palin, Bachman, Santorum, Perry (just to name a few) were considered viable candidates.

Don't forget the Southern Strategy... that's SURE to get the masses on your side.


Is it a wonder that the GOP lost? Really?

Derek



posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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Here's some interesting tidbits:

ROB THE VOTE
Here's how touchscreens killed Romney votes by Bob Unruh
You won't believe what machine expert claims


A Chicago voting-machine tech is sounding the alarm, claiming he witnessed multiple error messages on the voting touch-screens this election – but only in cases where people voted for Mitt Romney. Steve Pickrum said he worked for Chicago’s election system during the early voting and Election Day voting for the 2012 race. Ads by GoogleCoffee Exposed A shocking secret coffee co's don't want you to know www.CoffeeFool.comMan Cheats Credit Score 1 simple trick & my credit score jumped 217 pts. Banks hate this! www.thecreditsolutionprogram.comAs an equipment manager for the system, Pickrum said, he responded whenever there was a glitch with a voting machine. “On early voting, when I did work on the floor when voters needed help using the equipment, I was able to see the preference of the voter, and every time that I saw [a] voter voted for Romney a ‘voter save failure’ message came up on the screen,’” he reported. See the Big List of vote fraud reports. Then when he went on Election Day to cast his own vote, he picked Romney and experienced the same error message. Pickrum said he worked at both the Matteson voting area as well as in Precinct 70, and although he discussed the anomalies with his boss, had not yet filed a formal report. He said when he voted, he was told by a precinct worker to just go ahead and assume that his vote had been tabulated, despite the error message. But since he knew the operations of the machines, he asked the poll workers to check the vote report, and they found his vote had not been counted. He insisted on completing his ballot on another machine, he told WND. Curiously, he reported he never saw the error message when the voter was choosing Barack Obama. Stand up to fight against voter fraud right now! Another poll worker, this one assigned at the University of Michigan, reported a list of irregularities, including that the precinct captain told her at one point, “You go sit down, you are bothering me,” when she was trying to observe the proceedings. “I was only standing there and looking at voter documents,” she told WND. “It was clear that what bothered him was my very presence.” She said a short time later a young man arrived and identified himself as a Democrat poll challenger. “The first time he said anything was to object to my challenge of a voter. He tried to anger the voter by telling her, ‘She does not believe you are who you say you are.’ He was trying to create a scene. It then happened again, and I told him, ‘You are not here to challenge me!’ His reply was a very loud, ‘Yes I am! You are a Republican, and you are here to prevent people from voting. You are holding up the line and creating obstructions,’” she reported. She told WND, in fact, no one waited more than about 15 minutes to vote the entire day, and there were no obstructions. The balloting is unofficial until the Electoral College electors designated by each state meet Dec. 17 to cast their ballots. WND’s newest forum is your opportunity to report voter fraud Other reports of questionable vote tabulations include: •Byron York of the Washington Examiner reports that some 200,000 fewer white voters were recorded in Ohio’s election this year than in 2008. “There are several theories about those missing white voters, but the most plausible is that the ones who were undecideds or weak Republicans were deeply influenced by Obama’s relentless attacks on Romney.” •And in Florida, the Sun Sentinel reported that election workers a week after the election said they found 963 unaccounted-for ballots – in a warehouse. “How can you lose them? This is terrible,” candidate Chickie Brandimarte told officials. Election supervisor Brenda Snipes, however, said it’s routine for various vote totals to be adjusted up until the Nov. 18 final certification. •Also in Florida, residents began demanding changes in the electoral system that handed voters chaos, frustration and delays at polling stations. The Florida League of Women Voters and other groups are demanding from Gov. Rick Scott a plan to draft reforms for the state’s elections. WND reported just a day ago about an observer who noted up to 10 percent of the ballots cast at a polling station in Pennsylvania reverted to a default, which gave Barack Obama a vote no matter who the voter had selected. The poll watcher reported the incident took place in the state where officials claimed Obama got a total of 19,605 votes in 59 voting divisions to zero for Mitt Romney and not far from the 100 precincts in Ohio where Obama got 99 percent of the vote, a feat not even achieved by Third-World dictators, according to Market Daily News.


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posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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With evidence mounting that the vote tabulation did not reflect the true choices of voters, talk-radio icon Rush Limbaugh echoed the Daily News, saying Monday: “Third-world, tin-horn dictators don’t get [these percentages]. I mean, the last guy that got this percentage of the vote was Saddam Hussein, and the people that didn’t vote for him got shot. This just doesn’t happen. Even Hugo Chavez [of Venezuela] doesn’t get 100 percent or 99 percent of the vote.” It was in Upper Macungie Township, near Allentown, Pa., where an auditor, Robert Ashcroft, was dispatched by Republicans to monitor the vote on Election Day. He said the software he observed would “change the selection back to default – to Obama.” He said that happened in about 5 percent to 10 percent of the votes. WND’s newest forum is your opportunity to report voter fraud He said the changes appeared to have been made by a software program. Ashcroft said the format for computer programming has a default status, and in this case it appeared to be designating a vote for Obama each time it went to default. He found it suspicious that Romney and Obama were in a virtual tie in most polls, but Obama then suddenly surged ahead by a number of points on election night. “How the heck does that happen?” he wondered. He said as a poll watcher, he was not allowed to communicate with officials there, so his concerns were submitted later to the state GOP. Officials with the Republican Committee in Harrisburg did not respond to a WND request for comment. WND previously reported Obama’s success was nominal in states where authorities required voter identification, while he was very successful in states that did not require it. WND also reported prior to Election Day that officials in Virginia were asked to investigate after a video caught the field director for Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Moran’s campaign in an apparent conspiracy to commit election fraud. What will Barack Obama do now that he has another four years in office? Find out in Aaron Klein’s “Fool Me Twice,” on sale now at WND’s Superstore The video sting by James O’Keefe‘s Project Veritas, first reported by WND, prompted the resignation of Patrick Moran, who is also Jim Moran’s son, and a criminal investigation by the Arlington County Police Department in Northern Virginia, near Washington, D.C. Here’s the blueprint Obama used to steal the 2012 election.





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