November 14th, 2012

A thousand ballots found in a Broward elections warehouse…

…but don’t worry, says supervisor of elections Dr. Brenda Snipes, “this happens all the time.”

How very reassuring.

26 Responses to “A thousand ballots found in a Broward elections warehouse…”

  1. Sam L. Says:

    A rat- and roach-infested warehouse, no doubt.

  2. rickl Says:

    I’m sure it does.

  3. vanderleun Says:

    Hummm….. I wonder who exactly Brenda Snipes supported in that election. What a mystery that is.

  4. Artfldgr Says:

    Its irrelevant…

    Even if you found enough everywhere to show a Romney win, its irrelevant.

    two groups would not change their vote given that they get so much, including their relations who are not citizens… one group could have been influenced, and if so, would have not brought the numbers close enough that such fraud would matter.

    note that the larger thing was the loss of the vote of military people. the law changes and things insured that they would not be able to participate. i brought this stuff up, but until after it happens, no one realizes that they are the key posts to pay attention to in the morass of distractions.

    there really isnt anything that can be done given the actions and moves that are now being made to finalize Gliecshaltung…

    the comparisons to Germany are almost perfect in alignment and methods IF you actually knew what they were, and not just surface facts.

    there is a big difference between picking a racing car by reading the surface facts and picking one because you understand whats actually under the hood how it operates and how that differs.

    its hysterically funny that most people will spend more time in their garden than their finances. will tend their cell phone games rather than study, or improve themselves, or use the time just to get basic needs filled.

    and they spent more time trying to discuss everything that they did nothing much. they did not get past the first move, and all the options and identify the fulcrum point that could be focused on and that they all had some access to.

    i found it interesting that the married women, did not teach their daughters much. did they?
    [edited for length by n-n]

  5. Artfldgr Says:

    (Business)Man Distraught Over Presidential Election Result Kills Himself
    http://tampa.cbslocal.com/2012/11/14/man-distraught-over-presidential-election-result-kills-himself/

    they found Henry Hamilton’s body in his bedroom Nov. 8, along with a living will with handwritten words “Do not revive! (expletive) Obama!” Two empty prescription empty pill bottles were in the dining room.

    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

    QEternity goes higher!

    FOMC minutes indicated that “a number” of FOMC members favored more (infiniter) QE after the end of Twist. In other words, the Fed will have to continue monetizing the long-end of the Treasury issuance in lieu of other willing buyers.

  6. PCachu Says:

    Yes, this does happen all the time … and amazingly, coincides with times when Democrats find themselves within narrow striking distance of a win. As if by magic!

  7. Artfldgr Says:

    Voting fraud roundup
    http://www.woodpilereport.com/html/index-294.htm

  8. Artfldgr Says:

    Infographic of the day: Obama lost independent voters in all swing states minus NC
    http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2012/11/14/infographic-of-the-day-obama-lost-independent-voters-in-all-swing-states-minus-nc/

    This will boggle your mind. Barack Obama lost independent voters to Mitt Romney in every swing state except North Carolina and still won reelection.

    no matter how you slice and dice it while the data exists, one group was the ONLY group large enough to move the votes near the border line that other games would work.

    but since its not PC to blame them, i guess we wont. we wont even give them credit, so they will work harder next time to do more given how ineffectual they are.

    INFOGRAPHIC: Obama Lost Independent Vote In Almost Every Swing State
    http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-whispers/2012/11/13/infographic-obama-lost-the-independent-vote-in-almost-every-swing-state

  9. rickl Says:

    Independent voters broke heavily for Romney, but conservatives and libertarians stayed home in a fit of pique.

    Suuuuure they did.

  10. Charles Says:

    Happens all the time – this isn’t really “news” now is it?

  11. csimon Says:

    Sam L says:

    “A rat- and roach-infested warehouse, no doubt.”

    I say: No the rats and roaches are all in a rather nice house…….a big one….. in Washington D.C………
    1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

    Oh, I nearly forgot — -there’s a huge nest of them in Chicago, too……..

  12. RandomThoughts Says:

    Artfldgr Says:
    November 14th, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    i found it interesting that the married women, did not teach their daughters much. did they?

    I’m starting to think you’re a bit of a misogynist when it comes to the female gender, artfldgr.

    Some married women DO teach their daughters much. Both my girls voted for Romney, and have always voted along conservative lines. As far as their general character (sense of morality and personal responsibility) goes, theirs both exceed what mine was like at their age.

    It’s easy to put the weight of the election results on women who voted for Obama. What about the men who did so…and have managed to slough off all kinds of masculine responsibility since the 1960s by saying that feminism absolves them of it?

  13. Michael Says:

    What?

    I have 2500 for Obama in my truck in case they are needed.

  14. csimon Says:

    There was a county in FL …near where my father lives, which had voter turnout of 140%. I know that one was true because it was even published in The Miami Herald — a typical left-leaning MSM outlet.

    And there seem to be more reports daily of other districts that had over 100% turnout.

    According to Sean Hannity, in Philadelphia, in 59 voting districts, the combined vote result was Obama — 100% Romney — 0%

    He also cites 20 districts in Ohio had the same combined result. Amazing, huh?

    The first news report I heard on election day which perked my ears up, was a report that some voters — it may have also been in Ohio but I’m not sure — hit the lever to vote for Romney, but instead, the machine showed the vote as for Obama. The poll workers were notified and supposedly the machine was fixed.

    Yeah, I bet it was fixed …..good!

    And the sad thing is I wasn’t surprised. Except maybe by the audacity of the sheer no. of adjacent districts reporting 100% voting for Obama. I can see where, in urban inner city areas populated by all, or nearly all minority voters where it might happen. But
    59 districts in Philadelphia alone? Even with rampant gerrymandering that is unlikely, IMO. Maybe possible. But highly improbable.

    Even sadder is the fact that the liklihood of anything coming out of this will be nothing. A big, fat, nothing. I’m wondering how all these reports even made it through the MSM’s fine news sieve because it isn’t just Fox News reporting.

    Anyone remember all the registration and voting irregularities in 2008. Oh, and that wonderful org., ACORN? There were 14 formal investigations in 14 states… Anyone ever hear the outcome of even one of these? (Maybe that was Eric Holder’s 2nd job. After not dealing with the New Black Panthers’ members staking out polls in full military dress, weapons and all.)

    But that was then. He’s amassed a rather long and remarkable list of political intervention in law enforcement since, hasn’t he?

  15. csimon Says:

    Also interesting, though the popular vote margin in favor of Obama was about 3 million votes, the actual vote totals it took to swing individual states — especially battleground states — into the win column for Obama enabling him to collect all the electoral votes in a state was approx. 300,000.

    Anyone else suspect that Messina and Axelrod and Plouffe had it well-figured out as to how many votes they needed in individual states, that would put them just over the edge in each state. Just enough to be plausible…should there be any investigation (although we well know the power of this White House team “to reach out and touch, don’t we?” And I bet they knew just which districts could be, well, open to Obama’s influence, and just where they could “increase” voter turnout.

    I admit it. I have become a very cynical conspiracist. Though I have a rather lively imagination, I regard this more as realism.

  16. neo-neocon Says:

    csimon: somewhere I posted some stats about those 59 precincts in Philadelphia where all the voters who voted went for Obama. Can’t find it now, but I’ll summarize.

    Some people falsely stated they had 100% turnout there. They didn’t, but 100% of their voters who did show up voted for Obama. These precincts (I believe there were 59 in Philadelphia) have almost no registered Republican voters, and haven’t for years. So it’s not really surprising. They also went 100% for Obama in 2008, at least 57 of those same precincts did. Also, the entire city of Philadelphia went 85% for Obama.

    The point is that there, fraud is not necessary, although it’s certainly a possibility that can’t be ruled out. However, it’s already a wholly Democratic (and mostly black) group of precincts.

  17. parker Says:

    Its Chinatown Jake.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1v_BVNGAfYM

  18. rickl Says:

    Yes, I don’t have a problem believing 100-0 totals in completely black precincts.

    But there were quite a lot of them.

    Since Democrats have a well-earned reputation for voter fraud in big-city machine areas, I’m not inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt in this case. And why did the Dems scream like stuck pigs every time the topic of voter ID came up? Nope, nothing to see there.

    No, far better to have Republicans pointing fingers of blame at various members of their own coalition (social conservatives, libertarians) and vowing to take the party further to the left next time.

    That will bring those socons and libertarians back, right?

  19. rickl Says:

    Dont forget that Democrats also oppose pruning the voter rolls of people who have died or moved away. They call that “suppressing the black vote”.

  20. expat Says:

    How come UPS can tell me where a package from Amazon is at any minute, and election boards can’t keep track of boxes of ballots? Couldn’t they use bar codes and GPS devices to track down votes left in the back of car trunks?

    As to Philly, I lived there when Rizzo was chief of police and his forces where known for corruption. What did Philly do? They made him mayor. That was back in the days when the ACORN forerunner Welfare Rights Organization was just getting started. They have had a long time to further “educate” the citizens.

  21. Steve D Says:

    According to Sean Hannity, in Philadelphia, in 59 voting districts, the combined vote result was Obama — 100% Romney — 0%

    Wow. These guys really didn’t like Romney did they?

    BTW: I don’t get what the issue is with voter ID.

    http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=vot&dir=ids&document=index&lang=e

  22. IGotBupkis, Legally Defined Cyberbully in All 57 States Says:

    }}}}I’m starting to think you’re a bit of a misogynist when it comes to the female gender, artfldgr.

    LOL, as opposed to some OTHER gender? :^D

  23. IGotBupkis, Legally Defined Cyberbully in All 57 States Says:

    }}} Yes, I don’t have a problem believing 100-0 totals in completely black precincts.

    I do. I am not surprised by 95% pro-O votes in these precincts, but don’t ack that every single black person — every single, solitary one — is a racist moron.

    Even Saddam and Chavez are embarrassed by claiming that kind of support.

  24. gcotharn Says:

    Mitt Romney … believed Bill Clinton … when Clinton told Romney that Romney might have won, if not for the storm.

    What kind of naivete believes Bill Clinton, about anything? This is how the Romney chapter closes for me: Mitt Romney believed Bill Clinton.

  25. Francesca Says:

    According to Sean Hannity, in Philadelphia, in 59 voting districts, the combined vote result was Obama — 100% Romney — 0%

    Wow. These guys really didn’t like Romney did they?

    *********************************

    NO. They don’t like whites.

  26. Ymarsakar Says:

    The point is, when people start realizing that elections don’t matter because one party always wins and it isn’t because there’s going to be a pox on both houses (there’s no both, when only one has power to do anything), Americans will be forced to take up arms to solve their political issues.

    And that’s something that would probably revitalize American culture, one way or another. In blood that is.

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