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Old 01-22-2013, 09:41 PM  
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Is the republican party trying to rig the presidential election?

Several battleground states have Republican parties firmly in control of the state congress's are deciding, proposing legislation to not award all the EC votes to the winner but by congressional district.

The issues that I see with this new development
  • Gerrymandering of districts has made a mockery of fairness in the states.
  • Will create a constitutional crisis at some point and violence in the streets.
How would this effect the election? I'll let someone else post all the numbers. But, here's an example from what the Republican senate did in Virgina. Obama won the election in the state, But due to gerrymandering, Romeny would have been given 9 EC votes and Obama 4 EC votes.
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:53 PM   #46
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http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/11/05...toral-college/

1876: The conservative Democrat won more votes, but the liberal Republican won the EC.

1888: The conservative Democrat won more votes, but the liberal Republican won the EC.

2000: The liberal Democrat won more votes, but the conservative Republican won the EC.

What point are we making here, exactly? That we're loyally partisan for the pro-Confederacy Democratic Party of the 1800s?


You never disappoint with your lack of moral partisan democratic POV.

My point stands and you can't deny it.
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:56 PM   #47
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You never disappoint with your lack of moral partisan democratic POV.

My point stands and you can't deny it.
Your point is that I wanted the conservative, southern Democrats to have benefitted, along with Al Gore?

Is that your point? I'm asking because I am immensely confused if it is.

You think I'm loyal as a Democrat to the Confederacy Democrats of the 1800s?
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:06 PM   #48
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Your point is that I wanted the conservative, southern Democrats to have benefitted, along with Al Gore?

Is that your point? I'm asking because I am immensely confused if it is.

You think I'm loyal as a Democrat to the Confederacy Democrats of the 1800s?
It's like I'm arguing with a 14 year old girl with braces that Justin Bieber isn't in the same class of singer as Sinatra, Crosby, or Franklin.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:45 PM   #49
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I am immensely confused
Everything else was just wasted time typing. These four words sum you up rather accurately~
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:49 PM   #50
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None of this is illegal nor is it rigging anything, which would be illegal.

I think the Democrats, 'er well at least Chicago-style ones, should be dealt a heavy blow where there was voting fraud for Obama due to more votes than registered voters. The Ds love lazy voters who won't put much effort into registering on their own, won't make an effort to vote on election day when they could, and those who want to steal from others. In other words they recruit and aid the criminal demographic.
Full of shit. Back it up or .
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:03 PM   #51
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Comparing this to the filibuster is silly.

And I never said I agreed with it. I was just wondering why it seems to be ok when a far red state like Nebraska has this in place and the only ones that can benefit from it are the dems.
I don't know the rules or why Nebraska is the way it is. I just know is this is really done, it will end really badly for the country.

If we have another Republican elected by the EC when the Democrat receives the most votes...... or for that matter a Dem winning over a R........ the passions will boil over and people will die in the streets.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:07 PM   #52
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I don't know the rules or why Nebraska is the way it is. I just know is this is really done, it will end really badly for the country.

If we have another Republican elected by the EC when the Democrat receives the most votes...... or for that matter a Dem winning over a R........ the passions will boil over and people will die in the streets.
In that case, either way it goes, they should die.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:12 PM   #53
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I don't know the rules or why Nebraska is the way it is. I just know is this is really done, it will end really badly for the country.

If we have another Republican elected by the EC when the Democrat receives the most votes...... or for that matter a Dem winning over a R........ the passions will boil over and people will die in the streets.
JFC just shut the **** up
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In that case, either way it goes, they should die.
Like I was saying in the Florida voting thread. People were pissed off just on the thought that someone was trying to keep them from voting. How do you think people will react if they think the election was stolen from them?

But anyways.......... It's stupid to go down this path. One party will not profit from this in the long term but the risk is great so why do it in the first place?
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It's like I'm arguing with a 14 year old girl with braces that Justin Bieber isn't in the same class of singer as Sinatra, Crosby, or Franklin.
I am completely at a loss. I really don't know what you're saying.

You're saying I and liberal Democrats like me would have preferred the result of the Democrats winning all three races? Two of them having been Confederate Democrats from the 1800s?

Tell me that's not what you're arguing. Because that is assinine.
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I am completely at a loss. I really don't know what you're saying.

You're saying I and liberal Democrats like me would have preferred the result of the Democrats winning all three races? Two of them having been Confederate Democrats from the 1800s?

Tell me that's not what you're arguing. Because that is assinine.
Which is exactly what I'd expect from her.

My point stands. You've posting nothing to make it void.
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I don't know what your point is, is what I'm saying.

If you could overtly state it, I would be in your debt.
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Full of shit. Back it up or .
I did in earlier threads, including undercover video. There's even indictments in some states. I am joining one of these groups to help change this.
Don't hijack now, because I am not going to discuss this in this thread more again.
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:06 PM   #60
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I did in earlier threads, including undercover video. There's even indictments in some states. I am joining one of these groups to help change this.
Don't hijack now, because I am not going to discuss this in this thread more again.
Hijack? You brought it up, you loon. You're not going to discuss it because you're full of shit.

http://www.politifact.com/ohio/state...-votes-one-co/

Election returns posted on the website of Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted showed no county in which Obama received 106,258 votes, or similar number. Less surprisingly, it showed that the vote for Obama nowhere exceeded the number of voters.

PolitiFact Ohio did a search on Google hoping to find the origin of the claim and discovered it was a twist on numerous blog postings, many of them worded identically, making the odd assertion that Obama "won the majority of Wood County's 108 percent of registered voters."

A number of those postings cited as their source a Nov. 9 posting on the right-leaning blog frontpagemag.com.


The much-cited blog post referring to "108 percent of registered voters" is muddled and misleading. It makes a claim of fraud using a registration figure that is known to include inactive and ineligible voters -- who would be identified at the polls -- while ignoring the actual vote.

But the "We the People" petition, which gathered more than 53,000 signatures in four days, is even worse. Posted to a public forum on the White Houseís web site, it more forcefully takes up the cause, making a claim that voter fraud is "blatantly obvious" and that Obama received 106,258 votes in Wood County.

That quoted figure isnít even a figure for votes. Itís a total for registered voters in that county. The actual votes cast for both Obama and Romney combined amount to about 57 percent of that number, a figure easily checked.

The petition's claim that Obama somehow managed to collect that many votes is not only demonstrably false, it's ridiculous.

The Truth-O-Meter has a rating for that: Pants on Fire!
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