moops: Sock Ruh Tease: comment page.....and it's forwarding to lemon party.
astro716: [static5.businessinsider.com image 400x300]The thing that keeps bothering me about this picture is how in-focus the tree is behind him. It's as if the camera's face-detect passed over that pasty doughy thing in the center and said "It...it's gotta be in the tree!"Either that or it's a photoshop, i can tell by the pixels, etc.
Noam Chimpsky: This guy is way underestimating the fraud that took place. Half the Democrat votes could be fraud, not to mention the Republican votes that weren't counted or switched to Democrat votes. I knew they had the machines fixed when they started the business about Romney fixing the machines. If you are making the accusation, you are free to engage in that exact behavior because the opposition will be on the defensive.It's easy when most of the Republicans charged with safeguarding the elections are actually Democrats in disguise.'rats aren't gonna like the revenge.
hourheroyes: Everyone read this and laugh at the person who posted it.
Jabberwookiee: [i.imgur.com image 850x483]
clambam: jso2897: clambam: You've got to hand it to Barack and his magical time/weather machine. If Sandy had come just one week earlier, Obama might have lost NY and NJ--just ask anyone on Staten Island who still has no power what they think of Obama.As to this kind of craziness--in retrospect it's too bad the repubs didn't go full derp and nominate Santorum or Perry. The electoral disaster would have been of truly epic proportions and we wouldn't have to hear from die-hard teabggers for the next four years about how Romney was too liberal and a true conservative would have won.We wouldn't? Don't you think it's a little early in the day to be hitting the Purple Trainwreck Kush?A genuine Tea Party candidate would have lost to Obama in a landslide. I think it would be very hard to say then "Rick Santorum wasn't conservative enough, that's why we lost." I mean, I suppose they could say that but that's a little crazy even for the crazies. At a certain point being a true believer in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary becomes too much for even a Teabagger to support. Maybe I'm wrong, but under the circumstances a CATscan might be in order because we've gone past the realm of mere mental illness into something more organic.
ongbok: Jabberwookiee: [i.imgur.com image 850x483]That guys site is getting worked.And next time, please warn us about all of the shenanigans we are in store for, not just one.
The Third Man: I'm particularly amused that Pennsylvania is one of the suspect states. Obama won it by close to 300,000 votes. The state has a Republican governor and Republican Secretary of State....obviously those guys really fell down on the job to have so many votes stolen from them right under their noses.
jesdynf: If I had Dean Chambers' crippling gambling debts I'd try to raise some scratch too.
oldfarthenry: And it continues.
TheMysticS: oldfarthenry: And it continues.I have a feeling she'll be going until Xmas at least.
Skleenar: If you simply start with the axiom that more voters wanted Mitt Romney as president than Barack Obama, it becomes clear, ipso facto, that there was massive vote fraud in the 2012 election. One simply has to look at the "official" popular vote total to see incontrovertible evidence of this fraud. And, from my experience, this is the most insidious version of fraud possible--the version whereby one of the candidates illegitimately convinces a majority of voters that they would prefer him as president, instead of their true choice.I speak as someone who is a direct victim of this heinous electoral crime. Not only was I shamefully convinced by the Fraudster in Chief to cast my vote for him in the past election, I am still under this delusion that I prefer his re-election to the prospect of a Mitt Romney presidency. I don't know if our nation will ever heal
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Uchiha_Cycliste: holy shiat!
WalkingCarpet: Uchiha_Cycliste: holy shiat!For me the best part about that post aside from how stupid it is, is that it requires hundreds, maybe thousands, of people to pull something like that off. And every single one of them has to keep it a secret.The director of the CIA couldn't keep it a secret that he was banging some broad on the side but a nationwide vote fraud conspiracy? Easy peasy.
James!: I guess that mea culpa wasn't paying the bills. Back to crazy town!
qorkfiend: I just gotta say this: if Obama really did fraud his way to victory, he and his team executed flawlessly. I mean, in addition to the massive, statewide ballot-stuffing and machine-hacking that took place all over Republican states and there's zero evidence for, he managed to get state-level polls to reflect the final outcome in advance of the election. That takes hard work and dedication.
Arkanaut: In other news, Lincoln was a homosexual, Amelia Earhart was abducted by aliens, and Glenn Beck raped and murdered a girl in 1990.
king cranium maximus IV: [i.imgur.com image 400x300][i.imgur.com image 600x452]
Biological Ali: Look, I think it's obvious at this point that this really is satire. I mean, I had this suspicion even with the "Unskewed" stuff but it's really obvious now. I mean, come on - "Barack O'Fraudo"? Who would say something like that unironically?
Diogenes: Romney conceded. End of story.
quatchi: jesdynf: If I had Dean Chambers' crippling gambling debts I'd try to raise some scratch too.Wot?*click*But I wouldn't be surprised if Nate changes his predictions at the very last minute so they almost echo mine, assuming he wants to be accurate rather than try to predict Obama winning.Republicanland, where every day is opposite day, apparently.At what point do they become self aware and embarrassed by this stuff?
quatchi: At what point do they become self aware and embarrassed by this stuff?
Doc Daneeka: "Look, there are voting precincts in inner-city Philly and Cleveland where Romney got zero votes. Therefore, vote fraud."The problem with this is it isn't surprising at all. Romney didn't have much of anything in his campaign to appeal to inner-city voters. The fact that his support was close to nil in some neighborhoods, honestly, is probably to be expected.Conversely, if you go to deep red areas of the country, say rural Oklahoma or Wyoming or Idaho, you can find plenty of precincts in which Obama got zero votes, or one or two, compared to hundreds for Romney. That's not evidence of fraud either.
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