Win – Lose – Or Draw ? I Give Up…. Y’all try and figure it out…

There are about 50% reports that Allen West Lost – There are also about 50% reports that Allen West has Won.

There are tons of reports the recounts did not help him – There are tons of reports the recounts showed him a winner.

There are numerous reports he was losing on election night. – There are just as many that said he lost.

NOW THIS !!

I give up. Y’all figure out what’s up, and let me know.

Thanks.

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66 Responses to Win – Lose – Or Draw ? I Give Up…. Y’all try and figure it out…

  1. Arkindole says:

    Huh? I read earlier, elsewhere, that FL state is fingering Martin county to do it today (Sun) after the the local collective counted yesterday.

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  2. Stephenarmos@gmail.com says:

    There’s now a recall in st. Lucie County too.

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  3. marie says:

    Wow. I’d love to have an Alan West standing in front of every polling place in America when the union goons and Black Panthers and other assorted lower life forms try to pervert the vote.

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  4. marie says:

    Just went to the Miami Herald–said it was updated 14 minutes ago:

    FORT PIERCE, Fla. — A partial recount has given Rep. Allen West a slight lift, though Patrick Murphy remains the unofficial winner.

    St. Lucie County recounted three days of early-voting ballots Sunday. Both candidates’ vote totals were revised downward as a result of the count, but because West lost fewer votes, it narrowed his margin of loss.

    Murphy held a 50.3 percent share of the ballots, an overall lead of 1,907 votes. That margin of six-tenths of a percentage point is just above the half-percentage point threshold to order a full recount across all three counties in the 18th congressional district.

    West’s campaign called the recount “a sham” and said all early votes should have been included. They’re vowing further legal action.

    Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/10/3091444/no-west-concession-partial-recount.html#storylink=cpy
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    Yeah, who the heck knows? I’d love to appoint West to be in charge of investigating nationwide voter fraud.

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  5. Sharon says:

    The only way voter fraud will ever be addressed is if the intensity of concern about it remains the same between elections. The kinds of concerns and certainties that are being investigated, voiced and focused on in the last 4 days are precisely the same as I have seen here and there, at different levels in terms of the numbers of precincts involved, since 1960 when JFK took the election and his father was known to challenge Bobby and others who were running the numbers. He told them to get it right because, in his words, “I’m not paying for one damn vote more than he needs.”

    Voter fraud is nothing new. The levels of it are now functioning as the flush handle on the national toilet–but if there’s not as much excitement about it next May, it won’t matter how much excitement there is about it this week. And I’m not carping about what Allen West is doing. He SHOULD do it. As should have Mitt. As should have Norm Coleman (and yeah, I know what the extent of what he did–we lived in MN at the time….but he didn’t continue, did he? Played nice as soon as the shooting was completed.)

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    • Josh says:

      Eventhough he has conceded, Mitt Romney and the Republican Party should be investigating the counties where over 100% of voter’s voted. To walk away from it is to endorse it.

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      • ctdar says:

        Yes, to have conceded so early without looking further into obvious voter irregularities and especially the swing states raises questions too…why? The Republicans have known about the dirty tricks/Chicago/Union tactics going back to the 2008 election starting with Obama accepting the illegal campaign money, duplicates donars, false names and outside the USA donations.

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    • marie says:

      I’m convinced that the only way we ever take back any semblance of our country is through street demonstrations, civil disobediance of a peaceful nature. Seriously, when all this “Hey, illegals are deserving of being here because they pay taxes crap” began, with talking heads spinning (like Geraldo and the rest of the msm) and legislators like that ass from Illinois telling citizens like me and you that because illegals are law-abiding (oh, yeah, want to see how many illegal aliens are in ca prisons? and since when is crossing the border w/out an invitation to do so and forging documents “legal?”) we should have taken to the streets then in protest. Instead, we allowed the spinners to give the youth of America a “social issue’s” cause (something all good socialists know how to do–get the age group with the most time on their hands, the groups most moldable to your will). Obama was simply the candidate willing to use them and they responded. I’ve actually myriads of college age females (the most susceptible) and some college-ages males tell me they wished to find a social issue to feel good about, like the Boomers had with civil rights. Yep, idiots. So, they are the ones the spinners use for immigration causes, gay marriage, OWS, etc.

      I realize it’s not easy for us to demonstrate as WE HAVE JOBS and we have children we are rearing or we are retired and not as healthy as once we were to engage in such activities, but as the Tea Party showed, you have to gather together. I am afraid, however, the gatherings are not enough…we must actually take to the streets by marching, yelling, and taking it to them. We need first to select the targets for those demonstrations. I realize blue New Yorkers would never do it, but if ever there were a better symbol of a statist wishing to tell me how to live it’s Mike Bloomberg.

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      • Sharon says:

        Marching and yelling……gonna have to think about that.

        Just nibbling at the edge here–unfortunately, the audience for the marching and yellling would be, let’s see–about as extensive as the audience for the people dying in the apartments on the 25th floor in Staten Island last week….bodies still being found even as we speak.

        Those in authority would physically hurt, wound and, if necessary, kill conservatives who started marching and yelling in significant numbers. And nobody would know it because the media would have other things to do that afternoon.

        So I’m gonna have to think about the potential benefits of marching and yelling.

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        • marie says:

          Take a look at how it works for causes on the left.

          Years ago, we should have told college studentsand left wing organizations to organize demonstrations on Mexico City. Organize million man (and students) march on Mexico City to give Mexicans a better standard of living and jobs. Why the hell did we let them march on us, instead, as if they were citizens of this country demanding “rights”?

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          • Sharon says:

            Of course it works for those on the left. They have a larger audience and they have the media broadcasting their message, with the implication that they have always been in the majority, so the stupid ones who don’t pay attention to what’s going on fall in line since “apparently it’s ok with everyone else…”

            Conservatives marching and yelling–and getting a significant audience? Not likely.

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      • apachetears says:

        The democrat administration will shoot conservative protestors down.
        The Unionized police forces will act against the administrations detractors.
        Your not dealing with any wimpy republican administration that believes in rights and freedom.
        These people will kill you if you demonstrate.
        Just like they killed those four in Benghazi.
        They are in power now and will never leave power the United States became a single party system on Nov 6 2012 it is no longer a constitutional Republic.

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  6. Ms. Tee says:

    Alan West is a real man, that’s for sure! Good luck and stay safe! Heaven knows the Rovians don’t like this one bit!

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    • Josh says:

      My aunt would have called him a man’s man and she would have been correct. I believe most of the good people in the United States are looking for such a man to be our leader. I believe they are tired of the metro-sexual types attemping to lead. Nothing against them, they were not raised with leadership skills so they are incapable of it.

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      • Ms. Tee says:

        With all due respect, I didn’t mean it in that way! Just thought I’d clarify. Col. West is willing to stand up and fight back—very few of the pols that we elect, do that. There is a reason why the RINOS in the FL GOP re-drew him out of his district!

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        • Josh says:

          “With all due respect, I didn’t mean it in that way!” – Not sure what you think I thought. Chances are very good that we are in agreement re: Allen West.

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      • PatriotUSA says:

        Josh:
        100% correct about AW, not 108% as libtards places went for Obama. West should have been in the VP mix IMHO and I have always believed he is the type of Man that this country needs. He totally rattles the Blacks who vote only based on skin color and still being enslaved by the plantashun, not to mention those tidy whitey folks consumed by the guilt of White Man’s Burden.

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  7. Josh says:

    This article addresses Palm Beach County.
    The main counties where Mr. West presides is (from south to north): Palm Beach County, Martin County & Port St. Lucie County.
    The big fight will be in Port St. Lucie county where, I believe, the most fraud took place. Did I not hear that over 100% of the voters in PSL voted?

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    • Arkindole says:

      Correct Josh; what our non-FL readers don’t know is that the GOP “owns” Martin and a good part of PSL Before the housing crash there was some big money there along the canals with deep water access.. What the GOP wanted to happen in Martin happened. I don’t know about PSL, but Friday and yesterday in Rivera Beach there was some blatantly nasty stuff going on. That’s the dem controlled entitlement zone in PBC–Urban League; busing in, all that stuff was obvious. and they wouldn’t even let West’s poll watchers “watch” the recount. They were disqualifying the military ballots before they even looked at them. I hope this goes down the right way.

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      • Arkindole says:

        BTW; I have no clue how you can “disqualify” a FL **ballot**. For 2 general elections they have used the “fill in the arrow” moron-like ballot. Huge spatial separation between Zero and Mitt. West was absolutely correct to request that the machines/scanners be impounded. That’s where it happened. So, what’s the problem impounding them (other than a leftist judge)? It’s not as though they’ll be needed next week. I was watching the PBC supervisor of elections print out of my precinct reporting at about 8:45, and there is absolutely NO WAY we went blue.

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    • Charlotte says:

      141% voted.New website where all instances of voter fraud is documented:

      http://obamavoterfraud.blogspot.com.au/

      Even an overseas blog is commenting and has picked out some articles:

      http://vladtepesblog.com/?p=558

      Lots more here:

      http://www.facebook.com/groups/494953897192380/496189697068800/?notif_t=group_activity

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    • Josh says:

      The article above is probably one of the best that explains Mr. West’s concerns.

      Most of the articles try to protray him as some sort of crybaby.

      “They” own the media, the schools, the courts, etc. Things are going to get tougher people. G-d bless and keep Allen West.

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  8. ctdar says:

    God bless Alan West, stand strong, and soldier on.

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  9. apachetears says:

    What stopped Romney from going the full litigation and recount path?
    Must have been some serious threats.

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  10. Popeyes spinach brand says:

    TOO MUCH at stake! Obamacare, companies shutting down, Al Queda at our door. The Obama administration is incompetent and is only there through fraud. They are a disaster waiting to happen in charge of our country.

    We cannot give up the ghost to corruption……..when we still have a chance, no matter how slim.

    Petitioning the FEC:

    http://www.change.org/petitions/united-states-federal-election-commission-we-demand-a-full-recount-of-the-2012-presidential-election

    Petitioning the Congress:

    http://www.petition2congress.com/8222/petition-recount-on-2012-presidential-election/

    25,000 signatures collected in about 24 hours. We must keep that going. You can even click to see a breakdown of where the signatures are originating from, and we can see big numbers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, even NY and California. If we can get a huge portion of voters almost reaching numbers who voted, we might have a very good chance of nullifying the election results.

    PRINT THE PETITION LINKS AND CANVAS YOUR NEIGHBORHOODS AND AREAS OUTSIDE. TAKE YOUR LAPTOP AND GET A WIRELESS INTERNET ROCKET STICK. PEOPLE CAN SIGN UP DIRECTLY FROM YOUR LAPTOP.

    Then there are the Secretary of States and Electoral Boards who should not certify the election given high proof and probability of massive fraud before, during and after election.

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    • Sharon says:

      Many of the Secretaries of State are in the pocket of the left.

      Serious question: has anyone ever known a specific situation in which these online petitions ever actually accomplished anything? I’m afraid they’re just a way to bleed off energy and cause people to feel like they’ve done something that matters.

      “Signatures” on such a petition can never be verified…how on earth would anyone “get a huge portion of voters” almost reaching the numbers who voted….when probably very close to half of them are thrilled with obama?

      Let’s be careful about what we assume will be a solution. I don’t see any 1-2-3 solutions right now, because those currently holding elective office, from which authority is wielded, from top to bottom right now are poseurs, cowards or leftists.

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  11. I don’t have the answer to who won, but at least there is a Republican who has the intestinal fortitude to fight the system. Where the @#$@ is everybody else? This should be an issue everywhere in the country and, at least to some, it is….

    http://www.examiner.com/article/citing-voter-fraud-petition-at-white-house-web-site-demands-recount-of-election

    If we can’t even fight for the process we really are done.

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  12. Sentenza says:

    “Someone should fight the system,” he mused, filling up cartridges with powder.

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  13. Famester says:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    November 11, 2012
    Contact: Michele Hickford
    (772) 600-7123
    or Michele@AllenWestforCongress.com

    ST. LUCIE COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS ATTEMPTS TO STEAL ELECTION

    Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker clearly runs most corrupt
    elections office in the state of Florida

    Stuart, FL – Today West for Congress campaign manager Tim Edson released the following statement in response to the sham recount underway in St. Lucie County this morning:

    “Late yesterday, the St. Lucie County Board of Elections had agreed to recount all early ballots to address concerns stemming from their acknowledgement of technical errors late on Election Night in the counting of the first three days of early voting, as posted on their website.

    However this morning, when observers arrived at the elections office for the 7:00 a.m. recount, they were told by the Supervisor of Elections only the final three days of early voting would be recounted, when in fact the data in question relates to the first three days of voting. During discussions about the recount, the canvassing board repeatedly tried to shoo away observers and prevent them from listening in on discussions. Apparently they have never heard of Florida sunshine laws.

    When questioned about counting the wrong three days of voting, the Supervisor of Elections and the canvassing board claimed the errors were in fact on the final three days, despite the record from Thursday’s canvassing board meeting showing otherwise. In addition, the Supervisor has said transcripts from the earlier canvassing board meeting will not be released until the day before the votes are certified.

    What was originally viewed as dangerous incompetence on the part of Gertrude Walker now appears more and more like a willful attempt to steal the election for Patrick Murphy. Nothing about this story adds up. If there is truly nothing wrong with the data from the first three days of voting, why will it not be released?

    West for Congress will pursue every legal means necessary to ensure a fair election, not only to ensure Gertrude Walker is held accountable, but also ultimately replaced, so the citizens of St Lucie County will be ensured fair and accurate elections.”

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    • apachetears says:

      That’s if the judges, AG Holder, the MSM wish to pursue it.
      Liberal judges? No way will they do it.
      AG Holder? Please don’t even think about it.
      The MSM? They are running with petraeus’s infidelity instead of the Benghazi fiasco.
      Someone in position of authority must want to pursue this if they do not then in four years it will not even be mentioned and will slide away just as Benghazi will.

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    • jello333 says:

      Definitely sounds like something rotten is going on. I was angry back in 2000, the way the whole recount was handled (and the, IMO, sham ruling by the SC). And since then, there’s been a number of elections that have looked less than kosher. So whether it benefits one side or the other, really doesn’t matter to me. If there’s fraud, it’s WRONG. If it looks like one side is trying to defraud the other, I’ll speak out…. I don’t like hypocrisy, and so I try my best not to engage in it myself. I think they need to do a FULL recount in West’s counties, because as of right now, it looks like someone is trying to hide something.

      (And to those of you talking about nationwide fraud, at least in some swing-states, in the election of Obama. If someone managed to force a full recount and investigation into that, I’d be 100% supportive. Of course it helps that I don’t like Obama any better than you guys do.)

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      • howie says:

        Now. We are the new minority. So let us use the status against the new majority.

        Rather than a relational social group, as the term would indicate, the term refers to a category that is differentiated and defined by the social majority, that is, those who hold the majority of positions of social power in a society. The term extends to numerous situations, and civilizations within history, despite the misnomer of minorities associated with a numerical statistic. Therefore the term causes confusion within the many definitions of a minority group.

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  14. howie says:

    West is in a super minority group. Black Conservative. The majority is depriving him of his civil rights.

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  15. dreamerspirit says:

    Romney aides had 4 planes ready to fly to swing States to demand recount, but Mitt Romney told them no, it was too late, and made his way to podium to give his concession speech. I wonder if he would have been as quick to do that if he had known these facts?

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/11/11/333-000-Votes-in-4-Swing-States-Would-Have-Given-Romney-the-Presidency

    http://www.infowars.com/vote-fraud-expert-romney-votes-not-counted-in-key-states/

    http://www.blackboxvoting.org/

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    • Popeyes spinach brand says:

      I was watching Fox News for the results of the election and was astonished at how the anchor (I don’t know his name since I’m not a fan of Fox except for Bret Baier and a few others) bullied the GOP spokesperson about why Romney was not immediately stepping up to concede so everyone could go home. I heard rumors beforehand, and I guess it was true, that Fox and other media had planned to call the election early. With fraud in play to win the election for Obama, they had to force Romney to concede in public as soon as possible. They tried to shut the contest down early, and while Rove agreed with Fox on calling the election as soon as they had results, he didn’t realize it would be called so early before hundred of thousands had yet cast their votes. The anchor kept ignoring Rove well founded remarks and bullied him on Romney ceding. I was dumbfounded as to why he was so aggressive. Now I know. It was part of the pre-plan to win it for Obama fraudulent operation just as rumored.

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      • dreamerspirit says:

        Our polls in Michigan close 8:00 PM. Some of the polls still had people in line in my county…which is the second largest metro area in Michigan…and could not close until those votes had been cast. The county went pure Red, but not sure what numbers really were. I left the precinct polling place where I had spent the day just a little after 8 PM and they said they had to gather all the data from the voting machines and their voting books plus all the provisional and absentee ballots from that precinct and take them to the City Clerk’s Office and it would be at least midnight by the time they turned everything in…not counted…turned it in. Forty-five minutes later I was home and Fox News had called Michigan for Obama. To say I was dumbfounded would be an understatement. Then I read about how all the networks don’t use voter counts or even exit polling to call the races, but they all rely on one central agency who uses statistical modeling to call the State. This probably accounts for Rove’s reaction too. Do I believe there is massive voter fraud. YES!

        http://www.blackboxvoting.org/

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  16. dreamerspirit says:

    Is Obama trying to downsize the White Race through Obamacare?

    Okay, I am going out on a limb here. I am not implying anything racist nor is it my intent to offend anyone. Maybe you have discussed this before or maybe I am way out of line here. If so, just tell me. Has anybody given any thought to the election results and how they keep referring to demographics? There has been such a strong emphasis on the increase in the Hispanic and Black vote and how the White voters are not the majority population anymore.

    Well, this is factually not true. The White population of eligible voters far exceeds that of all those of eligible minority voters based on 2010 census statistics. Now the White vote is obviously then broken down along party lines, where as the minority votes for the past two presidential elections have been more highly concentrated toward Obama, a minority and Democratic candidate. Also, the minority voter turnout has far exceeded that of White voter turnout. I sure do not want to hear anybody that did not vote complain about what is happening to our country, but I digress.

    The White population is viewed primarily as a large block of the aging population as the baby boomer generation heads into their retirement years. While the younger White generation is not expanding as fast as the minority population is. The overall minority population, while smaller is much younger on average than the White population. Many of the minority population are currently under 18 years of age and and/or not citizens of the U.S….yet.

    http://www.frey-demographer.org/reports/R-2009-2_HowRaceAffect2008Election.pdf

    http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2012/05/01-race-elections-frey

    The above information is all based on published fact.

    Now, the question is, why will these minority populations grow at a much faster pace than the White population? Over the years the White population has decreased their family size. Many of the yuppie generation were referred to as “DINKS” an acronym for double income no kids. All about work, wealth, and being unencumbered. No judgement..just it is what it is. Others worked hard to get educated and put off having families. Sometimes this resulted in difficulties getting pregnant and either led to alternative methods such as artificial insemination, adoption or no children. The White family for the most part became double income households and limited their family size by means of birth control. With the legalization of abortion, more and more of young, single, White females, while enjoying the sexual freedoms afforded by a more relaxed social norm, found the unexpected pregnancy was no longer cause for a quickie marriage, a single parent assisted by grandparents raising a child or a child being put up for adoption. Who stood up at the Democratic National Convention advocating for free birth control and government paid abortion? Who declared that if you did not support this, you were at war with women? Not Hispanics, Blacks or Asians. A very White, very educated Sandra Fluke and a very White and very educated Caroline Kennedy Scholessberg.

    Most Black people, emphasis on most here, and most Hispanic people, do not believe in abortion. Are there exceptions? Of course, but it is a fact that most Blacks and most Hispanics tend to have many more children then White people do, whether in a family unit or a single parent household. Most Hispanics are deeply rooted in the Catholic faith and have strong family values. Many Blacks also have deep religious Christian values. Again, no judgements here.

    Just wondering if all this big push for government funded birth control and expanding the abortion laws (I believe that will come to be more reflective of what Obama had in Chicago where he passed live birth abortion law) and also to be covered under Obamacare, is really a way of downsizing the White Race? Between theses elements and the gutting of Medicare which will impact the largest voting block…aging White people….it just got me to thinking. Any thoughts on this?

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    • Sharon says:

      You’re not out on a limb at all, I don’t think. You’ve just described the forest.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      In a nutshell, yes, he is. If you need me to look up his good friend Bill Ayers manifesto on getting rid of old whitey lemme know. Thus, the death panels.

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      • dreamerspirit says:

        You don’t mean those death panels they keep claiming will not manifest under Obamacare? I am just waiting to get my number…sort of like my expiration date assigned to me. Wonder if it will be a computer chip they’ll implant or something less subtle like a tattoo inscribed on your body like the Nazi death camps during the holocaust.

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    • Charlotte says:

      Don’t worry They all abort their futures too. Guess who the biggest group of aborters are?Black women. Then they all get STDs from promiscuous sex and no medical care. Those with HIV won’t get their ARVs. Plus if they do have kids, they all be drug addicted street thugs with no education since they grew up in single parent homes where the mothers are screwing around all the time. LOL.True–look at Chicago, Harlem

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  17. Popeyes spinach brand says:

    Examples of successful online petitions do exist. Below is a sampling. It’s not clear what percentage do succeed. Much of it depends on the organization and work of those behind the petition I imagine. It’s just PART of the tools used in activism to gather an idea of the strength in numbers of people who desire an action.

    On line petitions are a natural consequence of blogospheres. But one of the petitions listed actually sends an email letter to Congress for each person who signs, so each name is valid and can be validated. It also is a way to put your name to the effort and for the organization to canvas names for additional related work needed in each state if it comes to that. You’re right, Sharon, in that a strong game is essential, an online petition is not enough on its own and probably some kind of equivalence to a Super Pac funding. The on line petition is a start though. How strong is this movement for a recount? No one knows until a number is put behind it.

    http://www.petition2congress.com/8222/petition-recount-on-2012-presidential-election/

    Examples of the Power of Online Activism

    These days it’s hard to imagine significant change happening that’s not greatly influenced by so-called armchair “slacktivists.” Web 2.0 activism has transformed the power structure, putting power in the hands of the people and forcing authorities to be accountable like never before. The frustrations with G.W. Bush and the subsequent enthusiasm, fundraising, and election of Obama and a Democrat-controlled Congress are well-documented examples fueled by online petitions and other online activism.

    While most successful online actions never attain such recognition, here are a few lesser known examples where online petitions played a key role:

    Laura Ling and Euna Lee Freed
    In March of 2009, independent journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were imprisoned in North Korea, charged with grave crimes against the state, and sentenced to 12 years of hard labor. Their friends and family rallied to bring attention to their plight, and created petitions on Care2 to raise awareness and call on North Korea to free the women. Close to 90,000 people signed these petitions, helping to keep the story in the national spotlight for months. In August, former President Bill Clinton traveled to North Korea and negotiated Laura and Euna’s release. Read more here as well as Laura Ling’s thank you letter to Care2 petition signers.

    US Military Changes Course
    When Sergeant Gwen Beberg attempted to take home a dog she had saved off the streets of Baghdad as a puppy, the US military confiscated the dog to destroy it. A friend helped her start a Care2 petition that quickly gained 70,000 signatures and made headlines around the world. The US Military responded to the outcry, changed course, and returned “Ratchet”, the dog, to Beberg. They now live at home in Minneapolis.

    David and Sean Goldman Reunited
    David Goldman’s son Sean was abducted by his biological mother and taken to Brazil against international law five years ago, and David has been fighting to bring him home ever since. His friends started a petition on Care2 to help his cause, and 60,000 people from around the world signed. The magnitude of the petition helped spawn rallies and media attention, and eventually David received support from the U.S. Congress and the Obama Administration. On Christmas Eve, 2009, David and Sean were finally reunited.

    Roxana Saberi Freed
    Roxana Saberi, an American journalist with dual Iranian-American citizenship, was arrested in Iran in late January 2009 and imprisoned without charges for over a month. In April, based on a closed, one-day trial, Ms. Saberi was sentenced to eight years in prison for charges of spying for the U.S., a charge the White House vigorously denied as “baseless.” Almost 28,000 activists signed the Care2 petition urging the Iranian government to free Roxana Saberi. These signatures and the resulting global spotlight put pressure on both the Iranian and US governments. On May 11th, American journalist Roxana Saberi walked out of prison in Iran, and is now free.

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  18. Mikado Cat says:

    SNAFU, typical FL machine politics, cheating whenever they think no one is looking.

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    • akathesob says:

      I live here in FloriDuh, trust me they do not care if you are looking or not.
      It has been said and rings truer than ever before. It matters not who you vote for, it only matters “who” counts the votes…

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      • Popeyes spinach brand says:

        Agree, they don’t care if you call the police or authorities or if you have court appointed documents, Obamabots aggressively and obnoxiously blocked any valid poll watching efforts. There had to have been fraud planned on a more audacious level than anyone dared think possible.

        Election officials in Philadelphia’s 20th Ward, 1st Division attempted to prevent court-appointed Republican minority inspectors from doing their job to monitor elections. The officials in the precinct went as far as to say they “do not care what the law says.”

        http://www.westernjournalism.com/election-fraud-in-philadelphia/

        Obama is without doubt an overt terrorist to the unity and well being of America as a whole.

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  19. akathesob says:

    It may well take extreme measures to straighten this mess we now have up.

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  20. Josh says:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    November 11, 2012
    Contact: Michele Hickford
    (772) 600-7123
    or Michele@AllenWestforCongress.com

    ST. LUCIE COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS ATTEMPTS TO STEAL ELECTION

    Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker clearly runs most corrupt

    elections office in the state of Florida

    Stuart, FL – Today West for Congress campaign manager Tim Edson released the following statement in response to the sham recount underway in St. Lucie County this morning:

    “Late yesterday, the St. Lucie County Board of Elections had agreed to recount all early ballots to address concerns stemming from their acknowledgement of technical errors late on Election Night in the counting of the first three days of early voting, as posted on their website.

    However this morning, when observers arrived at the elections office for the 7:00 a.m. recount, they were told by the Supervisor of Elections only the final three days of early voting would be recounted, when in fact the data in question relates to the first three days of voting. During discussions about the recount, the canvassing board repeatedly tried to shoo away observers and prevent them from listening in on discussions. Apparently they have never heard of Florida sunshine laws.

    When questioned about counting the wrong three days of voting, the Supervisor of Elections and the canvassing board claimed the errors were in fact on the final three days, despite the record from Thursday’s canvassing board meeting showing otherwise. In addition, the Supervisor has said transcripts from the earlier canvassing board meeting will not be released until the day before the votes are certified.

    What was originally viewed as dangerous incompetence on the part of Gertrude Walker now appears more and more like a willful attempt to steal the election for Patrick Murphy. Nothing about this story adds up. If there is truly nothing wrong with the data from the first three days of voting, why will it not be released?

    West for Congress will pursue every legal means necessary to ensure a fair election, not only to ensure Gertrude Walker is held accountable, but also ultimately replaced, so the citizens of St Lucie County will be ensured fair and accurate elections.”

    http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=2afded322d39b630064fe7c24&id=3b02c6e99c&e=7956ae5edb

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