Invalid

There are so many reports of election irregularities and suspicious occurrences… I do not believe this Election is valid.
I call Shenanigans.

Every election has such reports… but this time there are reports of possible foul play across the country.  140% turn out in some places, an they just happen to have 99% votes for Obama?  Where the hell are we?  Cuba?

I’m not the only one to think this way.

Here are some facts to consider:

  • The Obama campaign accepted at least some foreign campaign cash – willingly and knowingly. The campaign website could have prohibited it. It did not. In other words, it deliberately left open the door for illegal foreign contributions in its “by any means necessary” quest for re-election. WND has proven that by actually contributing under the name Osama bin Laden from a Pakistani IP address, with a phony physical address and other neon-lit red flags in hopes of catching attention. Obamaaccepted illegal foreign contributions in 2008 without penalty, so why would anyone expect him not to repeat his crime in 2012? No one can know the extent of the fraud, because Obama has refused to release the identity of donors of $200 or less – yet he boasts that most of the money he collected was in small amounts.
  • James O’Keefe and Project Veritas spent months heroically proving the absolute willingness and eagerness of Democratic operatives to commit voter fraud – especially by having people cast multiple votes.
  • Military ballots were systematically denied active-duty servicemen and women around the world. This would be a scandal if it happened once. But it has become the norm when Democrats are in charge of the Defense Department. It would be a scandal if it were due to incompetence. But it appears to be a deliberate effort to suppress the military vote. It would be a scandal if it were not a close election. But it was.
  • Prior to the election, Democrats fought for open voting requiring no identification – particularly photo ID. Coincidentally, Obama won every state that didn’t fully require photo ID to vote.Democrats contended that voter ID laws suppress the vote. But they do not. They only suppress theillegal vote.
  • Across Philadelphia, GOP poll inspectors were forcibly (and illegally) removed from polling locations. Coincidentally (or not), Obama received “astronomical” numbers in those very same regions, including locations where he received “over 99 percent” of the vote. Ward 4, which also had a poll watcher dressed in Obama attire, went massively for Obama. Obama received 99.5 percent of the vote, defeating Romney 9,955 to 55.
  • Obama also won 99.8 percent of the vote in 44 Cleveland districts. In another Ohio county, Obama won with 108 percent of the voters registered.
  • Obama received 10 million fewer votes than he did in 2008. Romney received 3 million fewer votes than McCain. Obama won in the four critical swing states by a grand total of 500,000 votes.
  • Some 5 million independents changed their votes from Obama to Romney in 2012. So Romney started the day 2.5 million votes ahead of where McCain was in 2008, as Jack Wheeler points out. This means that 5.5 million Republican voters are not accounted for. Either they didn’t show up at the polls or their votes were not counted. Does anyone believe there was less enthusiasm by Republicans about this election than for the one in 2008?

I find this very interesting… even more so are the people who are just blowing this off.  Of course, there is really nothing we can do about this.  I mean, we’ve got a president who is invalid from the start winning a stolen election… what can we do?  The System is doing everything it can to keep him there and no one cares if it’s completely transparent.  Don’t pay attention to it.  Instead, here’s our Sacrificial General!  He had an affair with a Hotty Librarian Chick!  He’s BAAAAAD!!!  Everyone point fingers at the Naughty General!

This reminds me of The Wizard’s First Rule:  “People will believe a Lie if they want it to be true, or if they are afraid it might be true.”

Take a look at this.  They called the election the night of the voting, but not all the ballots have been counted.   That’s enough ballots to change the close race in Ohio.  That’s just one state.  Look at this.  In another close race, they just “Found” another 900+ ballots in a Warehouse…
These guys have handled the Election with less professionalism than a pack of Girl Scouts selling Cookies.   They’ve completely fucked up the whole mess.
And where are the Military Votes?  I’ve word from several of our Soldiers that they still have not received their Absentee Ballots.

COUNT EVERY LEGITIMATE VOTE!

22 thoughts on “Invalid”

  1. OK for some clarity. Remove the tin foil hats. I hate Obummer as much as the next rational person.
    There were CARDS cast that would = 141% voter turnout. But remember that FL does elections in the most difficult way possible. The ballot is FOUR CARDS. If you divide the 141% by 4 the actual voter turnout is 35.25% which is pretty normal for a presidential election.
    Sample ballot. http://www.slcelections.com/Pdf%20Docs/sample%20ballot/combined%20sample%20ballot%20with%20watermark.pdf

    Here is the PDF that is causing the contoversy. http://www.slcelections.com/Pdf%20Docs/2012%20General/GEMS%20SOVC%20REPORT.pdf
    Someone that will probably not have a job come Monday did not clarify the difference between votes and cards cast. Mind you some people probably did not cast all four cards.

  2. I am not going to research all of the examples in the examiner article. I am also not saying that there is no voter fraud.

    1. You’re not going to check, but this doesn’t stop you from talking about tin foil hats. Right. Don’t let facts get in the way of your opinions.

  3. If voting could actually cause real change then it would be illegal. Voting has got to be one of the biggest, greatest shams out there.

  4. Ah yes, the traditional post-election fraud accusations. A long, storied history:

    1996: http://www.votefraud.org/relevance_o'halloran_pandora's_box.htm
    2000: http://www.truthmove.org/content/2000/
    2004: http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/2004votefraud_ohio.html
    2008: http://www.prisonplanet.com/could-voter-fraud-steal-the-2008-election.html

    Conclusion: Either both sides are committing fraud left and right or people have an innate tendency to scramble for reasons that their side should have won. In the case of the former, well at least it’s balanced. The latter, on the other hand, seems much more likely to me.

    1. Waving it off doesn’t change the fact that it’s happening. This isn’t a case of Crying Wolf or anything… it’s continual and unchallenged and getting worse. So much so that this time around, they were not even hiding it.

      1. I would be waving it off if I believed that it was actually happening. As I said though, I think it’s much more likely that this is a case of people scrambling for reasons that their side lost. Tinfoil hat crowd floats a theory, disappointed GOP voters jump at the possibility, and MSM starts inflating it.

        As sad as it is, I think O won fair and square. Having spent a good bit of time living in “swing states” and the east I’m disappointed but not surprised.

  5. Its not happening in decisive levels in dang near every battleground state. Obama won. In 2000 I can see people seeing the conspiracy when the election comes down to a single state by a few thousand votes and the other candidate wins the popular vote nationwide. I think Bush won fair and square but I can understand the paranoia. But this is a stretch VA, FL, WI, CO, OH, PA. Ya cant steal them all. The rules in each state are so different, the systems of voting so different that I think it would be monumentally difficult to organize such comprehensive voter fraud. Probably harder than just winning the old fashion way.

    If its any consolation its not that you are wrong in your beliefs, its just that a growing portion of the population is wrong in their beliefs. You know the stupid masses that most folks make fun of on most days but then when election day rolls around and candidate X wins they claim its not stupid its a mandate? Those people. Being in the right (as in having the correct or valid beliefs) and winning are not necessarily linked.

    As to the sources, I am sorry…its the internet. To paraphrase the movie Reservoir Dogs, “if you look hard enough you can find a website that says Obama started the Great Chicago Fire, but that doesn’t make it F*****g so!”

      1. Opinion trumps fact every time. That’s why Obama is President of the United States. Welcome to Argentina.

  6. If Obama had gotten many more votes in this election than in the previous one, I’d be suspicious.

    But he didn’t. In fact, he got about 10 million FEWER votes. Just as Romney got about 3 million fewer votes than McCain did.

    Voter turnout is very low these days. Apparently, most people are just too lazy to vote, or have given up on the notion that their vote will make any difference.

  7. @Chem:

    ” The rules in each state are so different, the systems of voting so different that I think it would be monumentally difficult to organize such comprehensive voter fraud.”

    What makes you think it had to be organized?
    It’s done on a local level by locals, who are intimately familiar with the workings of the local system. For instance, the poll worker in Obama’s ward, wearing the Obama hat, handing a woman two voting ballots (photo was seen, it’s on the web). There are enough reports of impropriety across the nation to raise serious doubts about the results. What is interesting is that the Dems are not making much effort to hide this sort of thing anymore.

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