Obama’s Election Victory: 22 things Obama doesn’t want you to know

Obama’s election victory margin is known to be rife with voter fraud. What does that mean for our country?

By Benjamin Gaul:

The following list was originally compiled by The American Dream, and chronicles just the election shenanigans from November 6th, which were actually reported. We may never know the full extent of the Chicago Thug-style election fraud engaged in nationwide, by the Democrat Party.

All we know is that Obama won the Presidential election by a narrow margin, with all of the traditional indicators of an incumbent loss working against him: High unemployment numbers, miniscule economic growth, domestic scandals like Fast & Furious and the immediate scandal of the Benghazi cover-up; no incumbent President in the history of the country has survived for a second term, under circumstances like the one which obtain for President Obama.

#1 According to the Election Protection Coalition, voters across the United States reported more than 70,000 voting problems by 5 PM Eastern time on election day.

#2 There were 59 voting divisions in the city of Philadelphia where Mitt Romney did not receive a single vote. In those voting divisions, the combined vote total was 19,605 for Barack Obama and 0 for Mitt Romney.

#3 The overall voter turnout rate in Philadelphia was only about 60 percent. But in the areas of Philadelphia where Republican poll watchers were illegally removed, the voter turnout rate was over 90% and Obama received over 99% of the vote. Officials in Philadelphia have already ruled out an investigation.

#4 According to WND, one poll watcher in Pennsylvania actually claims that he witnessed voting machine software repeatedly switch votes from Mitt Romney to Barack Obama…

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.

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.

#5 Somehow Mitt Romney won 55 out of the 67 counties in the state of Pennsylvania and still managed to lose the entire state by a wide margin because of the absurd vote totals that Obama ran up in the urban areas.

#6 Barack Obama received more than 98 percent of the vote in 10 out of the 50 wards in the city of Chicago.

#7 Prior to the election, voters in the states of Nevada, North Carolina, Texas and Ohio all reported that voting machines were switching their votes for Romney over to Obama.

#8 There were more than 50 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio where Mitt Romney received 2 votes or less.

#9 There were more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio where Barack Obama received more than 99 times the votes that Mitt Romney did.

#10 Barack Obama also received more than 99% of the vote in a number of very important precincts down in Broward County, Florida.

#11 Wood County, Ohio (which Obama won) has a voting age population of 98,213, but somehow 106,258 voters were registered to vote on election day.

#12 Ten counties in the swing state of Colorado have a voter registration rate of more than 100%.

#13 Barack Obama did not win in a single state that absolutely requires a photo I.D. in order to vote.

#14 In Ohio, two election judges were caught allowing unregistered voters to cast ballots.

#15 Many Ohio voters that showed up at the polls on election day were surprised when they were informed that they had already voted.

#16 In fact, there were reports all over the nation of people being unable to vote because records showed that they had already voted.

#17 According to U.S. Representative Allen West, there were numerous “voting irregularities in St. Lucie County, Florida on election day…

The thing that spurred our curiosity in our race was the fact that at 1 o’clock in the morning on Election Night, all of a sudden there was a 4,000-vote swing that took me from being ahead to put the lead into my opponent’s hands.”

#18 In Wisconsin, there were allegations that Obama voters were actually being bussed in from out of state

The Democrats stationed a self described “BIG Chicago pro bono attorney” as one of their two observers at this small polling place. He remained at the polling place from 7:00 a.m. until well after 8:p.m. …..A high priced CHICAGO attorney, sitting in a Sheboygan WISCONSIN polling place, observing wards comprised of 1500 voters? …. WHY???
Why would someone from Chicago be observing in Sheboygan Wisconsin? And WHY at such a small polling place? Finally, isn’t it interesting that this would occur at the VERY polling place in which all of the above described events ALSO occurred? AGAIN WHY WOULD A CHICAGO ATTORNEY BE OBSERVING AN ELECTION POLLING PLACE WITH FEWER THAN 1500 VOTERS IN IT, IN SHEBOYGAN WISCONSIN? Of all the places where there has been suspected voting irregularities, and OUTRIGHT FRAUD throughout the ENTIRE United States, WHY HERE? WHY SHEBOYGAN? WHY THIS SMALL WARD?

This lawyer spent the day running in and out making, and taking calls, which coincidentally then coincided with influxes of groups of individuals by the van and bus loads, coming in to register, AND VOTE, using what appeared to be copied Allient energy bills. These individuals often did not have photo I.D.’s, could not remember their own addresses without looking at the paper, and became easily tripped, confused and annoyed when questioned.

Many of these same individuals, just so happened to be dressed in/wearing CHICAGO BEARS apparel, and whom openly discussed “catching busses back to Chicago” with each other, with poll workers, via their cell phones in the lobby area just outside the polling place, as well as in the parking lot, both before and AFTER registering and voting.

One woman was dressed head to toe in CHICAGO BEARS apparel including perfectly manicured BEARS fake fingernails!

She complained because registering was taking too long and she had to hurry up to catch her bus back to Chicago.

We have photos of these people in vehicles with plates from different states, photos of them leaving the polls, and other irregularities.

#19 Prior to election day, an Obama for America staffer was caught on video trying to help someone register to vote in more than one state.

#20 It is being alleged that unions in Nevada have been registering illegal immigrants and pressuring them to vote.

#21 According to townhall.com, there was a systematic effort by the Obama campaign to suppress the military vote because they knew that most military votes would go against Obama…

Aiding Obama’s win was a devious suppression of the conservative vote. The conservative-leaning military vote has decreased drastically since 2010 due to the so-called Military Voter Protection Act that was enacted into law the year before. It has made it so difficult for overseas military personnel to obtain absentee ballots that in Virginia and Ohio there has been a 70% decrease in requests for ballots since 2008. In Virginia, almost 30,000 fewer overseas military voters requested ballots than in 2008. In Ohio, more than 20,000 fewer overseas military voters requested ballots. This is significant considering Obama won in both states by a little over 100,000 votes.

#22 According to the Naval Enlisted Reserve Association, it appears that thousands of military votes from this election will never be counted at all.

Do you still believe that Obama won the election honestly?

This isn’t just about one election. If a political party can engage in this level of patently obvious fraud, and the nation’s Major Media is satisfied to turn a blind eye while the opposing Party is too cowed to mount a challenge, that spells disaster for at least the next 2 generations.

[Watch the video] Obama voters who hate Obama’s actual policies.

MANY of the people who honestly voted for Obama (who weren’t dead, illegal aliens or engaging in massive voter fraud, that is) only voted for him because they have such a tenuous grasp of the facts. They succumbed to a cleverly crafted marketing campaign, designed specifically to keep them enthusiastic, if sadly uninformed.

As long as such a large chunk of the population is happy to go through life in a media-created fog of ignorance, we will continue to be dictated to by leaders who are far more than happy to game the system.

21 Responses to Obama’s Election Victory: 22 things Obama doesn’t want you to know

  1. Jennifer November 20, 2012 at 3:50 pm

    I’m thoroughly enjoying the back & forth here! Just wanted to give you my voting experience. Now I’m one of those pesky Independents who will go either way, but there was never any doubt in my mind to vote for ABO, you know? I’m in SC, and we are an easy Repub state, but my county is more liberal. I just started a new job, and found out I had to vote “on your own time”, so I get to the polling place @ 6:15am; there are @ least 50 folks ahead of me. I stand in line (I’m not feeling well, either) but thought I had a shot of getting thru before I had to go to work. 7 rolls around & we all continue to stand there, and we continue to stand there. I finally had to leave @ 7:25am because I had to get to work. our poll had not opened yet. our wait time turned out to be 4+ hours, yes, you got that right. the fine folks across the river in an adjoining county had < an hour wait…max. found out later that across our county, less than half of the statewide required machines were brought to each precinct & some of them didn't work. poll workers were not trained. then discovered, because it was & continues to be a huge story here, that the head of the election board was seated in 2011 & makes over 86k a year, & can only lose her job if a legistlative committee votes her out?? they put her in. who the heck is she, and how did she qualify for such a job as this? did she bother to check with the outgoing dude to see how many machines she would need? nah. too much work. votes were miscounted, lost/found in a closet. mercy, what a mess. makes me really wonder about how she got seated…

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 20, 2012 at 5:47 pm

      Thanks for sharing that, Jennifer. And thanks for reading all these comments. Did you ever get to vote?

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  2. Jym November 20, 2012 at 6:29 am

    As a conservative myself, what concerns me the most about this article is the repeated and obvious bias and ignorance of the facts. For instance, take the second paragraph, re-written here, where Obama references are replaced with BUSH references:

    “All we know is that BUSH won the Presidential election by a narrow margin, with all of the traditional indicators of an incumbent loss working against him: High unemployment numbers, miniscule economic growth, domestic scandals like CIA DOMESTIC SPYING and the immediate scandal of the PRE-9/11 INTELLIGENCE FAILURES; no incumbent President in the history of the country has survived for a second term, under circumstances like the one which obtain for President BUSH.”

    Bush, and incumbent, beat Kerry by relatively the same popular vote margin as Obama beat Romney. Don’t take my word for it, look it up for yourself, THINK FOR YOURSELF.

    Instead of using un-biased, solid, irrefutable fact to make our case to the American people, too many “conservatives” rely on slant, spin, and waves of indignation, further distancing everything that is good about conservatism from the actual reality of the United States. It takes little intellectual effort to point out the bias and flaws in the case presented here. The facts should be self-evident and tested with counter-point, not polluted with the irrational and emotional exaggeration. Without accuracy, there is no credibility. Without credibility, there is no integrity. Without integrity, there is no hope for the future of conservative ideals.

    Romney and his entire camp “felt really good” about their chances the morning of November 6th. Feelings don’t win elections. Indignation doesn’t solve problems. If you are a conservative, stop whining, stop fooling yourself, face the facts and fix the problems.

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 20, 2012 at 10:43 am

      Ah Jym. Nice try, but I’ve dealt with your kind before on my radio show too often to fall for it. You open with “Benjamin, I’m a conservative, I voted for McCain in spite of Palin, and I usually agree with everything you say, BUT…” and then off you go on your Liberal rant.

      You’re about as conservative as I am Polish. (I’m Irish, but only on my mother & father’s side.) So let’s hit your liberal talking points as you trotted them out.

      Unemployment through 2004 was steady in the 5.4 to 5.8% range. 5.4% in November, in fact. My Econ 101 Prof told me that in a nation as diverse as America, 6% unemployment is 100% employment. The economy was growing at a rapid pace of 7.5% above inflation during the third quarter of 2003 – the highest since 1984 – and it averaged 6.5% through 2004. Compare that to Obama’s 4 year average of 2%, which PEAKED at 4%.

      Add to that, John F. Kerry (who is purported to have served in Viet Nam) was, in reality, everything the Left tried to paint Mitt Romney as: Richest guy on the ticket (Romney is worth $250Mil, Kerry was worth $240Mil in 2004, which says nothing of his wife’s cool Billion) with a complete ditz of an insulated-from-reality-by-money wife and an empty-suit pretty-boy VP (famous for cheating on his wife and siring a child while she was in the hospital with cancer, John Edwards). People who served with Kerry in ‘Nam declared him “Unfit for Command” and Kerry himself was wooden and hard to relate to, at the best of times.

      There wasn’t a Conservative in America who felt that keeping track of phone calls made to KNOWN Middle Eastern Terrorist phone numbers overseas, was a bad idea. Telling the bloodthirsty idiots we WERE tracking them, bordered on treason.

      And those Dots which Bush himself should have Connected, prior to 9-11? Blocked completely by a WALL built during the Clinton administration. Sadly, Democrats insisted on placing two of the people on the 9-11 Commission, who were complicit in building that very wall.

      I’m thrilled that this article is bringing out all the hi-brow Liberal argument styles: Innuendo, STFU, casting aspersions on the Person instead of any particular issue brought up because People can be impugned far more easily than facts or ideas. Accusing the person of any manner of malfeasance… I’m looking forward to being called a Racist, any time now. I AM attacking a mulatto, after all. How dare I?

      Don’t you realize that you destroy your own ability to do battle in the Arena of Ideas if you open with a lie, Jym? You tipped your hand completely at the end there, when you spoke of the Romney camp as Them, instead of Us.

      I suppose I should thank you for inspiring me to write an article about the foolishness of taking advice from your enemies. Now go sit on the bench with Freddies and the Rev. Birds of a feather, and all that.

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      • Jym November 20, 2012 at 11:37 am

        Mr. Gaul,

        Thank you for eloquently, if erratically, both missing and proving my point.

        My comments were not directed at the presence of the facts in the matter, but at their delivery, in which, you once again soaked with bile and contempt.

        If your aim was to provide fuel and fodder for conservatives addicted to confirmation bias, then you have succeeded. That portion of America does not need convincing.

        But for the rest of the country that wants to make an informed decision without the pollution of bias and exaggeration, your emotional rhetoric undermines the credibility of the conservative stance. To say nothing of half the country on the other side of the political spectrum who use your same tactics to skew the facts on their behalf.

        Your lack of a credible, un-biased argument turn your “facts” into mere “claims”, which automatically have to be verified when taken in consideration of the source. That is time and effort rarely wasted in this day and age. And instead of immediately moving to solving problems whose facts are not in dispute, they are instead chalked up to political rhetoric and NOTHING GETS DONE. As a result, more and more flock to the Democratic banner because of your misguided efforts, which, more often than not, are misconstrued as hate.

        Insomuch as you have failed to convince anyone who does not already agree with you that something must be done to correct these injustices, you have my logical and humble suggestion as to a change of strategy.

        Incidentally, I am a staunchly pro-life Catholic, Army Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and West Point graduate who has voted Republican for president in every election since I was 18. And I’m Polish. All of which is an impeccable resume for a flaming liberal, wouldn’t you say?

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      • Jym November 20, 2012 at 11:53 am

        I was just informed that, with regard to my last statement, sarcasm does not always translate in the written word.

        Let me spell it out for those affected: I am conservative. Mr Gaul is the first one ever in my life, that I can recall, that has accused me of being a liberal, and for nothing more than respectfully disagreeing with him.

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        • Benjamin Gaul November 20, 2012 at 2:12 pm

          Well well, Jym. Thank you for your service. And my condolences on not having been born of Irish descent. ;-) We all have our burdens, I guess.

          I need to ask you why a man who claims to be a Conservative, would speak from such well established Liberal talking-points, though. And in my own defense: I answered you clearly and succinctly, not at all erratically. With easily verified facts and figures which thoroughly debunk said claims.

          All your protestations to the contrary, you’re coming off as a Lib, Jym. Which raises another good point: When is the last time a Liberal lost an election, and then heard that he should damp-down the emotional content of his political approach? Become a more conservative person, so that the Right might find him more acceptable?

          Certainly, they CAMPAIGN from the Right; marketing themselves as low-tax, job-making Hawks. But they invariably and inevitably govern from the Left: Taxing everything, hindering economic growth, hampering those people who ACTUALLY create jobs, wealth & prosperity and demonizing anyone who doesn’t knuckle under.

          If indeed you want the Republican Party to return to ascendance in the Nation’s leadership, and feel a “defensive, inoffensive” approach is best, can you relate that to me as a successful Military strategy, as taught at West Point? The “winning through appeasement” school of war-college thought, which I myself am completely unfamiliar with?

          Is there some military PsyOps playbook I’ve yet to hear of, which encourages “winning the hearts and minds” of people who only want you DEAD, even as they’re shooting at you? I always figured you were supposed to crush the other guy’s ability to attack you, THEN show him the wisdom of adopting a less adversarial, more convivial position.

          I know the Left has been doing that to guys like me, for decades. So why do you come at me from their side of the line, Jym?

          I’m here to expose the clear and present danger to our Republic, which an entire political wing and its sycophantic lap-dogs in the Major Media, poses.

          If you want to admonish someone for bias, slant and emotional content, why not start with Keith Oblermann, Chris Mathews, Whoopi Goldberg, Bill Maher or any of the rest of the “Two Legs Baaad” brigade?

          Do you feel THEY fear to send people over to the Republican Party? I’m not even using foul language or hurling insults. I’m just exposing the seedy underside of their underhanded double-dealing.

          So either get behind me and watch my six, or type me up a requisition form for someone who will if that’s your MOS. Otherwise, find a convenient bridge to jump from; I’ve got a job to do.

          Huah!

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  3. Blight November 19, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    How real is this??

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 19, 2012 at 2:03 pm

      Follow the links, Blight. I have a sick feeling that this is just the tip of the Democrat Fraud iceberg.

      I was raised to believe that the R and the D were honorable opponents, each with their own valid points to make. Rather like rival football teams, simply competing to see who could keep the most men on the field. All of them genuinely seeking the nation’s greatest good.

      Then I got a crash-course in the acquisition and application of genuine Power, and learned that Machiavelli had NOTHING on people like Cloward and Piven, George Sorros and a little group of loosely associated news people who call themselves, collectively, the Journo List.

      So in answer to your question: All too real.

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      • Blight November 20, 2012 at 12:30 am

        You know Ben, I have zero love for Liberals, but I always figured that the elections showed what the country is thinking at the moment, and if the majority wanted Obama again then that’s fine. But this is absolutely sickening. I know it’s hard to stop voter fraud in ANY election, but this is to the point of being ridiculous.

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  4. FedUp November 19, 2012 at 8:40 am

    I am not sure I believe this, but freddier, you are not helping your case at all.

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  5. Pete m November 17, 2012 at 7:10 pm

    Not surprised at all. Just like Bush stole the election in 2000 and 2004.

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  6. RevTim November 17, 2012 at 11:38 pm

    This is yellow journalism at its worst. There has not been one documented case of voter fraud in this election so far. While there is the possibility that actual cases will come to light in the future, all this “journalist” is going on is hearsay and anecdotes from obvious partisans. If folks are going to claim something as sinister as a sitting President of the United States rigging a national election, they had better have some really solid evidence to back up their claim. However, all they have now are “widespread reports” that lead to a conservative websites with ten people claiming that something irregular happened. The truth is, there is nothing to prove widespread fraud and there will not be anything to prove widespread fraud – because there was not widespread fraud.

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 18, 2012 at 11:42 am

      Nice try, Rev. But aren’t you engaging in “yellow comment leaving” here? You’re attempting to impugn the entire article as one long base lie. which requires you to ignore every fact linked to in it.

      Tell me how a voting district can have well over 100% of it’s eligible voting population (up to 149%) cast votes, and it NOT be a “documented case” of voter fraud?

      Or did you not read the entire article? That would at least give you the excuse of speaking in ignorance, as apposed to blatantly attempting spin (lying through your teeth).

      Either way, you’re barking up the wrong tree. But you go right ahead and keep chanting “two legs bad, four legs good” ’til you’re horse.

      Thanks for commenting Rev, and thereby displaying the classic Liberal debate style: Offer no facts of your own, simply question the opposition’s facts and cast aspersions on their motivations and persons.

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  7. ROSEMARY November 17, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    Fred er…. “Freddier” whatever
    You are a nut.
    Voter fraud was rampant through out the country I worked the polls here in Virginia and many voted without ID or with a strange paper ID from… somewhere?
    Obama did not win this election. He stole it.
    Nice job liberals

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 17, 2012 at 8:32 pm

      Rosemary,

      Thank you very much for commenting, and thank you even more for working at the polls in Virginia.

      Many Democrats have allowed themselves to become so committed to the government as Santa Clause idea (and that any Republican in office is an Uber Grinch), that any lies or cheating to keep Santa in office, is 100% justified.

      Often, we are not dealing with rational adults. We are dealing with emotionally regressed spoiled brats, upon whom we confer the rights of adults. And I fear that might be our undoing.

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      • RevTim November 19, 2012 at 11:46 am

        Sorry, Benjamin – I did read this article but you must not have read my post. The fact I gave that allowed me to make such a blanket statement about this being being “yellow journalism” is that there has not been a single case of documented voter fraud in this election. Hearsay and partisan politics is different from actually being investigated for breaking voter laws (all 22 of his points are either allegations or partisan views of the numbers). For instance, if it appears that more people in a district voted than was shown registered – and there is not an actual investigation into why this was the case – then there is probably a good reason for why this happened (like, the website or records have not been updated to reflect the actual number of registered voters). So, again, one cannot say – “Obama won this election because of fraud” until fraud has been proven.

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        • Benjamin Gaul November 19, 2012 at 1:47 pm

          Rev, I’m ever impressed by people who cannot help but use words like All and Every, when indeed the truth is more like Some, or A Few. Rather in the same way people will attempt to justify their actions by saying “I HAD to,” when in truth they should merely say “I did.”

          You’re setting an arbitrary benchmark of your own construction as to what level fraud must rise to, for YOU to call it such. I’m curious if you apply such rigorous requirements to Obama’s first 14 days of Benghazi reasoning? Harry Reid’s campaign claim that Romney was guilty of felony neglect? The Congressional Black Caucus’ claims that they were called the N-word 15 times when they went out of their way to walk through a Tea Party Rally?

          I feel confident when I assume that you will call any and all attempts at requiring Photo ID in order to vote as “a perfectly obvious Republican attempt at voter suppression!”

          Even in light of fact that the Feds (in Federal Court, suing Texas over it’s voter ID law) could not produce one single person, or provide the name of a single person, who was legitimately unable to vote due to voter I.D. requirements.

          I bring facts, you bring innuendo and blanket statements. Your ploy only works with people who are too lazy to look even a single step past your statements, Rev.

          “OBAMA PHONE!! KEEP HIM IN PRESIDENT!!” lady comes to mind.

          Here’s the link the the Fed folly:
          http://guardianlv.com/2012/07/us-dept-of-justice-case-against-texas-voter-i-d-law-destroyed/

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  8. freddie November 17, 2012 at 9:17 am

    shut the hell up you are a Romney supporter that’s why you go to the length of writing these lies. Now you go and do your research and write an article on whether George Bush Jr really won his second term honestly.

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    • Benjamin Gaul November 17, 2012 at 9:43 am

      Here we are, ladies and gentlemen: The Classic Lockstep Liberal Obama voter. Freddie, and his spare head Freddier.

      First I am told to shut up, because Liberals are all about Free Speech and open discussion of the issues. Then I’m accused of lying, despite offering a link to every point.

      And of course finally, I’m asked to perform research, which poor Freddie hasn’t the energy to conduct, himself. Liberals and Socialists will always require Conservative Capitalists to perform the labors necessary to produce the wealth they steal. (I’m sorry. Wealth they Tax.) Because the bulk of them are really not comfortable with the concept of “work” and a large Dolist population ensures voter turnout.

      Thank you for commenting, Freddies. You prove my point beautifully.

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  9. freddier November 17, 2012 at 9:14 am

    shut the hell up you are a Romney supporter that why you go to the length of writing these lies. Now you go and do your research and write an article whether George Bush Jr really won his second term honestly.

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