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#16    F3SS



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Posted 11 November 2012 - 05:59 AM

View PostSakari, on 11 November 2012 - 01:45 AM, said:

As I sad above.....Why is this not on CNN, ABC, NBC, ABC?....

Why is Romney not calling out for justice?

Oh, and " you people "......Did you not see I do not like either candidate, so I did not vote?....I could give a rats ass who won.

Honestly, with replies like that, I hope you are not legal age to vote yet.

My God man, common sense.......

Let me help you a little more, here is the local News for that County        http://www.wptv.com/  

Not a thing there about this?.....Strange?
Hey unless you're feeling guilty about something 'you people' was meant for who it was meant for. I didn't name names but clearly it wasnt towards you.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 06:09 AM

there can be only One.... lol

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 09:21 AM

the Florida result was not needed anyway

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:39 PM

View PostThe New Richard Nixon, on 11 November 2012 - 09:21 AM, said:

the Florida result was not needed anyway

We will know more about Florida soon;

Florida officials order partial recount in tight House race between Rep. West and Democratic challenger Murphy


"There are possible irregularities in St. Lucie County," claims Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, a Florida lawyer volunteering for the West campaign who has been quoted on the issue. "On Sunday we'll have a chance to recount the early votes and that's a good start to preserving the integrity of the democratic process."

Also voting irregularities are not just happening in Florida:

Boston reports 129% voter turnout, 79% for Obama; 74% for Elizabeth Warren

Obama Won %108 of Registered Voters in Ohio County

What are the odds if this:

Obama Won Dozens of Cleveland Districts with 100% of the Vote

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 08:49 PM

^ hmm... We will never know. The first link about Boston sheds some reasoning but the other places, and a full 100% Obama vote seems somewhat unlikely. Every single person, and then some, who cast votes there all think the same? We can't get 10 random people on this website to agree on anything.

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 09:06 PM

View PostSakari, on 11 November 2012 - 12:29 AM, said:

More examples of the pussification of America....

I do not like either one of the guys that ran, so much so I did not vote.

I do know how to handle a loss, and how to accept it though.

I don't blame you.

1 side is someone who seems like a right **** and the other... Well:

Really don't understand why Obama has so much support. Oh yes I do.. He's a celebrity, that's the problem.

I'm not saying he's perfect, but the only person out of everyone I've looked into that i would vote for if I was American is Ron Paul. Only because he seems more like he knows what to with the economy and the military.

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 10:31 PM

I think this guy is on the right track;



I believe that the election was stolen. All the signs pointed to a Romney/Ryan win. The enthusiasm was high in the GOP. The GOTV operation was excellent.

How then, did Obama win? I think they were running a sophisticated game of electronic vote stealing and ballot box stuffing.

What I am about to describe takes a lot of money. To me, one clue is the dog that didn’t bark: Soros. He was quiet during this election. Not a word from his puppets and minions. I vaguely thought this was odd. And now we know why. They had a stealth operation of wide-spread ballot-stuffing.

1. They “salted” the vote in rural areas in swing states like Wisconsin. Many small towns were reporting suspicious registrations. This is an great strategy because there were no flashing lights or big red flags. In addition to stuffing the ballot box in the big cities like Milwaukee and Racine, they planted extra votes around small towns in such a way as to be undetectable. This is why they fought so hard on voter ID. Lax voter ID and early balloting enabled them to register by the carload and vote for Obama in small towns. The precincts still go Republican, but not by as much. The extra margin makes the difference in a 1 point race.

2. The beauty of this strategy is that you can narrow your effort and focus your resources to just those states (and counties) where it matters.

3. I look forward to a study of the “over-vote” for president in Wisconsin and Ohio. The over-vote is the number of ballots that had votes for president but none of the down-ticket candidates. This would be an indication of the salt the small town vote strategy. The “salted” votes would only have presidential votes because the financiers of this operation just want a federal win and don’t care about the rest.

4. In states with electronic voting machines, votes were flipped and stolen. Being wise in the ways of the world tells me that the temptation to build a “back-door” into voting software is overwhelmingly attractive because you can sell that access for a lot of money. Anecdotes of machines showing Obama when Romney was selected were reported. But that probably was only a part of it. The big stealing can go on after the voting is done but before it is counted. I can envision software that takes running vote totals for a candidate and then “flips” just enough votes for the Democrat to win, but not so many as to be suspicious.

5. Executing this strategy is expensive. It has to be planned carefully. Where to stuff and by how much so it isn't detectible has to be worked out. Organizing the carloads to travel from town to town is a logistical task. An operation of this sophistication takes professional expertise to plan and execute and that takes money. Enter Mr. Soros.

If votes are timestamped I sure would like to see that data; I would think normal votes would have some time spacing between casts, but changed or "flipped" electronically would be in large chunks with less than milliseconds between each cast.

Of course a big tell would how many votes were cast with a timestamps after the poles closed.

Also if they know how many registered voters were in a district and knew how many votes were cast at the close of the pole it would be easy to know how many did not vote or unused votes they could give to a candidate which could explain some of the 100% votes. And possibly why in Florida they had 141% voter turnout, the guy in charge of "flipping" did not do the math right.

Edit: looks like it is doable;



Could e-voting machines in Election 2012 be hacked? Yes.


"The risk of cyber manipulation of these machines is quite real," says Barbara Simons, a computer researcher and author of "Broken Ballots," a book documenting e-voting vulnerabilities. "Most people don't understand that these computer-based voting machines can have software bugs or even election-rigging malicious software in them."
There are plenty of software vulnerabilities to exploit, says Matt Blaze, a computer scientist at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. In 2007, he was on a team investigating touch-screen and other voting systems for California and Ohio. The resulting study concluded "virtually every important software security mechanism is vulnerable."

Edited by Socio, 13 November 2012 - 11:02 PM.

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 03:22 AM

What about Romney's ORCA epic failure?  


Both candidates had voting irregularities but exit polling combined with polling audits confirmed the outcome. Not enough to break out the tin foil hats. Bottom line, enough republicans just didn't show up. Game over.

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 03:30 AM

They own the system but it is collapsing so stand by for a rough ride because the next few years are gonna be real hard.

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