The Party of Stupid Continues

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#1 Dec 5, 2012
It has to be "The Fox Effect" The party of stupid...

Republican Voters Pretty Sure 2012 Election Was Stolen By Non-Existent Organization.

49% of GOP voters nationally say they think that ACORN stole the election for President Obama.

The problem is ACORN hasn't existed since 2010.

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2012/...
gusinski

Springfield, MA

#2 Dec 5, 2012
Heisenberg49 wrote:
It has to be "The Fox Effect" The party of stupid...
Republican Voters Pretty Sure 2012 Election Was Stolen By Non-Existent Organization.
49% of GOP voters nationally say they think that ACORN stole the election for President Obama.
The problem is ACORN hasn't existed since 2010.
http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2012/...
You are wrong old man. Go look at Cause of Action. There is a long list of ACORN ENTITIES and REBRANDED ACORN ORGANIZATIONS. They still receive fed dollars. YOU don't really believe that ACORN would discontinue do you?

Since: Aug 07

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#3 Dec 5, 2012
They're dimwitted crybabies. I wouldn't expect anything less.
Dan

Wilmington, DE

#4 Dec 5, 2012
I guess the poll should have asked if the GOP lost because it picked two losers on its ticket.

Now THAT would have been a LANDSLIDE !
Ralph

Fredonia, NY

#5 Dec 6, 2012
gusinski wrote:
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You are wrong old man. Go look at Cause of Action. There is a long list of ACORN ENTITIES and REBRANDED ACORN ORGANIZATIONS. They still receive fed dollars. YOU don't really believe that ACORN would discontinue do you?
The heisenberger person posts lots of uninformed and ignorant statements,look at what he said about disabled vets for example.
President Obama 2012

High Point, NC

#6 Dec 6, 2012
The ELECTION was one month ago , for anyone who was out of town and didn't hear PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA EASILY WON RE-ELECTION
THE ELECTORAL VOTE WAS 332 for OBAMA to aha emm sorry to 206 for mitt ? something (l 'll look in the least influencial file ) PRESIDENT OBAMA ALSO WON THE POPULAR VOTE BY 3 1/2 MILLION VOTES .
Huh

Dunkirk, NY

#7 Dec 6, 2012
PO12 - He easily won the electoral college, yes. The margin of victory populous was ~3%, which is sizeable but no landslide. The GOP remain in control of the House. So clearly there is no "national referendum" on which way the citizens want the country headed, as the Dems would like everyone to believe.

We are in for stalemate part 2 for 4 years.

Since: Aug 07

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#8 Dec 6, 2012
So, Bush wins reelection by 3.02 million votes, and republicans puffed out their chests and called it a mandate... Obama beats Romney by 4.6 million (and counting), and you downplay it like it's statistically insignificant. Keep drinking the Kool Aid and pretending that people actually want your death cult to run the show... I'm sure it'll pay off any minute now.
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#9 Dec 6, 2012
Huh wrote:
So clearly there is no "national referendum" on which way the citizens want the country headed, as the Dems would like everyone to believe.
Does this mean that, finally, we can stop hearing that the 2010 congressional elections represented a "rejection of Obama's policies" or that it was representative of some type of national sentiment in favor of Republican policies?
gusinski

Bear, DE

#10 Dec 6, 2012
President Obama 2012 wrote:
The ELECTION was one month ago , for anyone who was out of town and didn't hear PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA EASILY WON RE-ELECTION
THE ELECTORAL VOTE WAS 332 for OBAMA to aha emm sorry to 206 for mitt ? something (l 'll look in the least influencial file ) PRESIDENT OBAMA ALSO WON THE POPULAR VOTE BY 3 1/2 MILLION VOTES .
You are the one that keeps bringing up the election. My guess is that you can't believe obama actually won. Now you have nothing to say. You are too transparently.
Huh

Dunkirk, NY

#11 Dec 6, 2012
Clyde, the 2010 election was moreso a rejection of Obama and the Democrats than electing Obama POTUS was an affirmation of his policies. In 2010 the Republicans overturned the House to their favor. That was those states saying, "enough".

It's far easier for a recumbant President to be re-elected than it is for a wholesale change by multiple challengers.

Either way, I don't think anything's changing. The parties unfortunately cater to their fringe element rather than the moderate element. If all of us here got in a room we'd probably find that the majority of us were not too far off from each other politically. The problem is when you bring in the wackos - left and right.
Clyde10

Pittsburgh, PA

#12 Dec 6, 2012
Huh wrote:
Clyde, the 2010 election was moreso a rejection of Obama and the Democrats than electing Obama POTUS was an affirmation of his policies. In 2010 the Republicans overturned the House to their favor. That was those states saying, "enough".
It's far easier for a recumbant President to be re-elected than it is for a wholesale change by multiple challengers.
Either way, I don't think anything's changing. The parties unfortunately cater to their fringe element rather than the moderate element. If all of us here got in a room we'd probably find that the majority of us were not too far off from each other politically. The problem is when you bring in the wackos - left and right.
You claim that the 2010 Congressional elections -- where Obama was not actually a candidate, and you had hundreds of elections involving different candidates (with different personal pluses and minuses) was really a referendum on Obama, but the 2012 Presidential election -- where everyone actually voted for or against Obama -- was not?
Ralph

Fredonia, NY

#13 Dec 6, 2012
Clyde10 wrote:
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You claim that the 2010 Congressional elections -- where Obama was not actually a candidate, and you had hundreds of elections involving different candidates (with different personal pluses and minuses) was really a referendum on Obama, but the 2012 Presidential election -- where everyone actually voted for or against Obama -- was not?
Was without a doubt a referedum on the obscene spending taking place that put us in the fiscal bind.
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#14 Dec 7, 2012
Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>Was without a doubt a referedum on the obscene spending taking place that put us in the fiscal bind.
So, what, the majority changed their minds in the last two years? Your powers of denial are truly awe inspiring.

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