Obama's Election Victory Tainted By Anomalies?
By Kevin Roeten
Fraud Rears Its Ugly Head
Suddenly, election results are becoming obvious, showing what looks like massive fraud. Can an election actually be reversed? According to Joseph Farah (WND) [Did Obama really win?], the winner should disclaim victory. In a separate column by Bob Unruh, more details came to light. In a WND Exclusive: Poll watcher sees Romney ballots changed, he confirmed election disparities.
Even ignoring possible fraud turning the election, there was no way Obama could declare his win a 'mandate'. Even with possible fraud, Obama only got 51% of the vote, to Romney's 48%, hardly giving him a mandate.
Obama's election victory was heavily tainted by a few anomalies. The most serious ones:
1) automated voting machines in many states (late undecided) automatically switched 5-10% votes for Romney, to Obama.
2) Democrat operatives had people cast multiple votes.
3) Deliberately trying to suppress the military vote, ballots were systematically denied for active-duty servicemen and women around the world.
4) Democrats, in many cases, achieved open voting, requiring no identification (e.g., no photo ID).
Barak Obama supporter at rally on Boston Common. October 2007 photo by John Stephen Dwyer.
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Looking more carefully at all the data, one is amazed that Obama won every state that didn't fully require photo ID to vote.
Obama claimed no new taxes, but Obamacare (Rush Limbaugh; 11/14 EIB) adds another $1.79/ hr/full-time-employee tax. And add another $0.98/ hr/employee as a 'fine' for not having Obamacare.
It turns out 330,000 votes for Romney (instead of Obama), in 4 'swing' states (Fl, Oh, Va, & NH), would have given Romney the decision by the Electoral College. That includes the millions of votes changed to Obama from Romney (errant voting machines), more than 10 methods of voter fraud, 3 million Republicans countrywide that didn't vote (thinking Romney had already won from polls taken), or the millions who didn't register to vote for fear of being called for Jury Duty.
Obama Does Not Discuss Benghazi
After the election, we hear all of the discrepancies in the official 'Benghazi-gate' story. When asked on television to give an account of Benghazi, Obama would not respond, but said an investigation was forthcoming. It's suspected that public knowledge about the exact happenings could have changed election results, even with fraud.
Obama and his campaign cohorts were sly in their election antics. It's almost impossible to pin any of the voter fraud actions on the Democrat Party, even though they seemed to win every contested vote. It will be highly difficult to pin any blame of fraud due to circumstances, and the lack of hard facts in most cases.
It is suspected the country will be subjected to four more years of crushing debt, gifts to half the electorate for re-electing Obama, Marxist practices, possibly Supreme Court Justices nominated by a pro-abortion Senate, overbearing regulations, higher tax rates for all, and higher unemployment.
Results To Go Untouched
In all likelihood, none of the above can be changed. There will likely be no recall, or even a referendum, because many things were circumstantial, and unprovable.
For those who again voted for Obama only because he's Black (only 45%), it may be wise to remember that to vote for someone only because he's Black, is as racist as not to vote for someone just because they are Black.
And most importantly, it may be wise to pray for those aborted, especially under the Obama regime. If those aborted souls are still existing, as most Christians know they are, there will likely be h-l to pay for the unrepentant, and those who voted all the aborters into office.
They say many, even an entire country, must hit 'rock-bottom' before a return to glory. Designed by our Forefathers almost 250 years ago, a country designed with God's help, will never fail.
Kevin Roeten can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A former Chemical Engineer, Kevin Roeten enjoys riding the third rail of journalism: politics and religion. As an orthodox Catholic, Roeten appreciates the juxtaposition of the two supposedly incompatible subjects. He is a Guest Columnist for the Asheville Citizen-Times, and the Independent (Ohio), and writes for numerous blogs (Nolan Chart, Allvoices) and newspapers, including USA Today. A collaborator in the book Americans on Politics, Policy, and Pop Culture (Jason Wright and Aaron Lee), he is also an amateur astronomer, and delves into scientific topics. Read more stories by Kevin Roeten.
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