In 59 Philadelphia voting wards, Mitt Romney got zero votes
It's one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning figure: In 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote.
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#1 Nov 12, 2012
Open letter to all voters in Philadelphia:
Does anyone out there care to dispute this? Did you vote for Romney?
Please come forward if you did!
#5 Nov 15, 2012
Me and my mother both voted for Romney at Ward 42.
#6 Nov 15, 2012
Me and my mother both voted for Romney at Ward 42 District 6.
#7 Nov 15, 2012
I GUESS THE TRUTH HURTS DONTIT just love your president Obama
#8 Nov 15, 2012
There HAVE been reports etc that Obama and/or his campaign stole the 2008 nomination from Hillary Clinton. Much of the fraud was early in the process including the Iwoa caucasuses.
There are also reports that the Obama campaign challenged the voters in his early campaigns of the 90s and yet if it's done now with voter ID it's labeled voter supression.
Obama isn't the big problem it is the campaign staff and hardcore fans/followers that ARE the danger in any campaign. They feel compelled to use the what ever playbook and manytimes it's even implied by campaign management. Or orders can come from the top much like the Nixon campaign/Watergate.
A politician's entourage/fan club stand to gain the most through political favoritism wether it's legislation, a job, a "fix", money etc. This is why a political "machine" is so hard to defeat. Sometimes because that "machine" or staff/workers have more at stake than a win or loss. The politician's entourage/fan club is frequently more dangerous than the politician because they have more to lose even if it's a personal belief or agenda.
Part of the evidence or trail of voter fraud started long before the election of 2012.
#9 Nov 15, 2012
Really. Like people believe that these elections aren't fixed out the gate. Have been for years. How far back, idk. Since the 80's at least. That's exactly why I don't vote. It doesn't matter. The powers that be will elect who they see fit. Except this time they forgot to throw in a few for the other guy. Don't know who FKd up there. Sure would hate to be him. If he's lucky, he just "disappeared". If not.....well, ever seen Enemy of the State?
#10 Nov 16, 2012
Many who have been around awhile get the realties politics but the younger voters or new citizens do not. They ASSume it's a straight up game which it is not. You ask a college kid about the Chicago Way and they'll think you are talking about the Cubs or Bears.
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