Remembering 2012

Presidential polls have traditionally been very accurate, but they were way off the mark in 2012. That is what happens when Democrats control the vote counting.

“You know, comrades,” says Stalin, “that I think in regard to this: I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.”

I expect to see many Democratic surprises in this election too. They have demonstrated they have zero integrity or respect for the rule of law.

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18 Responses to Remembering 2012

  1. squid2112 says:

    Voter Fraud this election will be absolutely RAMPANT! … I guarantee it…

  2. Latitude says:

    conservatives do not poll…..they don’t answer or hang up

  3. annieoakley says:

    All kinds of voter fraud going on already. Dems are immoral blaming Ebola on the GOP opposing Obamacare.

  4. D.SELF says:

    Yep, many dead people And illegals will be voting.

  5. bobmaginnis says:

    Florida Republican vote counting gave us Bush instead of Gore, 911, TSA groping, NSA snooping, trillions wasted in the Mideast.

    • Bob, do you ever wonder what makes you indistinguishable from the combative apparatchik in old Soviet jokes?

    • nielszoo says:

      Even the NYT counted ballots after the election and said that Bush carried Florida… (and I would remind you that no Republican county clerk kept finding boxes of ballots in car trunks after the elections… just Democrat county clerks. And funny that all those “lost” ballots always favored the Dem candidate by 20 or 30 points over the precinct averages.)

      When are you guys going to quit lying about Bush? He did enough genuinely dumb things that you have plenty to choose from yet you keep harping on things that are provably false, radically out of context or lies by the Progressive press to begin with.

    • Jl says:

      I believe there were at least 3 recounts done and Bush won all of them.

    • Jl says:

      And if Gore would have won his own state of Tennessee, Florida wouldn’t have mattered. Even they couldn’t stand him.

    • rah says:

      Can’t even get the basics right? It was not vote counting by anyone that gave Bush the election It was the SCOTUS that ended the vote “counting”. No matter any other issues It was quite apparent that the recount could not be concluded before the Federally mandated dead line.

      And tell us Bobmeningitis, are you a truther? I mean you said Bush brought us 9/11 so I was just wondering.

  6. R. Shearer says:

    Ebola is OK to the Dems, since the dead tend to vote their way.

  7. pyromancer76 says:

    True, Gore is an idiot, but Bush got us into a war where we probably shouldn’t have been and he perfected “big government” in the Republican Party. What might have Gore have done? Maybe even worse. As an American historian I know that voting fraud is a good old-fashioned American tradition, beginning in the 19th Century. But the competing forces/parties could expose the fraud in one another, and some limitations (mainly geographical/regional) were maintained. Today there seems to be unchecked wholesale fraud, especially on the part of the elitist entity(entities) that have take over completely the Democratic party, most of the environmental organizations, scientific publications, much of the media, universities, etc. And this argument does not leave out the Republicans. The problem with voting is that computer voting without a paper trail is fixed by who makes the computers, who programs them, who counts the outcome, etc. The problem with voting is that there is very little voter ID. The problem with voting is that organizations like the formerly named ACORN have perfected the methods of fraud. The problem with voting….the list could go on an on.

    I don’t believe that Obama won the last election. It finally is being noted that in every close election where it counted, the Democrats won. That tactic will be even more important in this election. My hope is that this time opposition voting will create a swamp, a flash flood, maybe even a tsunami. As it has been said, hope is not a strategy. Thanks, Steven/Tony for helping to keep voters’ eyes open.

  8. Don says:

    Like this in Illinois a day or so ago? I do not trust the electronic machines, give me the old, clunky, machines, or paper ballots. Fraud was still possible, but this is ridiculous.

    Vote early, vote often!

  9. Smokey says:

    I started a “Voter Fraud” folder about a year ago and it’s bulging with articles.

  10. stpaulchuck says:

    I expect Al “Diaper Boy” Franken to get another couple of magic ballot boxes again this year. Without that he would not have been elected last time around.

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