Rush Sums Up The Election

In a Nation of Children, Santa Claus Wins

The Obama campaign was about small stuff.  War on Women, binders, Big Bird, this kind of stuff.  The Romney campaign was about big things, was about America.

In a Nation of Children, Santa Claus Wins – The Rush Limbaugh Show

Adults voted for Romney. Children voted for Obama.


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21 Responses to Rush Sums Up The Election

  1. gofer says:

    8 out of 10 wealthiest counties voted Obama. Democrats have the wealthy on the upper end and the functionally illiterate, uneducated on the other end, both seeking handouts.

  2. David says:

    reposted from SUYTS space
    Jerry says:
    November 7, 2012 at 8:21 pm
    Thanks Jerry. I already gave PHD three reasons the republicans lost, however I agree with and am deeply troubled by your observation. The fact that it is reported that 2.5 million less republicans voted this year shocks me.

    Every where Romney went his crowds were far larger and more enthusiastic then McCain’s four years ago. I personally know of three Demcratic friends who were going to vote for Romney this year. All the poles recorded a more energised republican base. The early ballot counts for the republicans were far higher then four years ago, accurately reflecting this. This means that the republican voting day vote was down about eight percent, completely contradicting the polled republican enthusiasm.

    The polls of democratic energy indicated much less enthusiasm for Obama. Obama’s crowds were down very significantly. The early ballot count of Obama supporters likewise indicated this, down significantly. The Obama supporter election day turnout accurately reflected all of this with a turnout down about seven million on election day.

    Why do all the democratic indicators line up, but the republican election day turnout contradicts all other indications? This means that not only did 2.5 million less republicans show up, but not one more independent turned to Romney, despite all the polls indicating far stronger independent Romney support, and not one democrat switched sides. (This mean that the three I know lied to me, or were three more then the entire nation) All told, about eight million total less Obama votes, and zero switched to Romney, and 2.5 million less republicans voted in what was universally declared to be a more enthuiastic republican year. Every republican I talked to was damm enthusiastic this year, far more then for McCain.

    Something feels very wrong! Pure supeculation, but the easiest way to make several million votes dissapear is through a computer. I hate computer voting almost as much as I hate climate models. All those lines of code, doing what? Does anyone know how may votes were collected via computers? How can we examine this? How can spot checks be done to make certain our votes counted? (A computer could easily show everbody who actually did vote, but gett he count wrong.) Did the counties with hand marked ballots show a difference demographic, more accurately reflecting expected turnout, then the computer counted counties in battleground states?

    If this post intrigues anyone please feel free to clean up the unavoidable (alas) gramatic errors and copy it to any blog you wish.


  3. Jambon-X says:

    Rush was right, but I think McCain (no relation) said it better:

    “Doomed Beyond All Hope of Redemption”

    Whether there will be “redemption” in the future of course remains to be seen.

    Some things are virtually certain:

    Taxes go up, for EVERYBODY in just a couple months, which means…

    a return to RECESSION we never really got out of, which means…

    people will be LAID OFF, which means…

    tax revenue will go DOWN, which means…

    deficit and debt will go UP.

    Coal is DEAD in the US. Coal is used to create electricity. We can not let the lights go out, SO…

    Mexico will burn coal to create electricity to sell to stupid, suicidal Americans (0bama can’t carbon-tax Mexico – yet)

    China and Russia will become true Superpowers, as America slinks off the global stage

    Israel will fight a war of national survival…

  4. David says:

    ” You are all condemned men. We keep you alive to serve this ship. So row well, and live.

    • Otter says:

      …and don’t forget to save the fleet commander, so he can make you his son and you can get revenge back in Israel!

  5. gator69 says:

    Lord of the Flies…

  6. Eric Barnes says:

    Thomas Sowell said:
    Each new generation born is in effect an invasion of civilization by little barbarians, who must be civilized before it is too late.

    It looks like it’s too late. The 21st century visigoths would rather just take what they want rather than working for it.

  7. Brad says:

    “After I became a Republican in the early 1990s — in a recent column, I explained how emotionally difficult it is for a Democrat to vote Republican, let alone become one — I concluded that I had left the dangerous party and joined the stupid party.” Dennis Prager

    Republicans have a bad habit of accepting the bullying and dangerous tactics of the left. Conservatives know their message, they just don’t know how to counter the overwhelming one sided trashing done by the media and the outright lies propagated by the Left. We stand slack jawed and incredulous. Or at least some of us do.

  8. savebyj says:

    The car has been driven over the cliff. Now its just a question of when the car hits the bottom.

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