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Fraud in PA: Obama Got Over 99% of Vote at Polls Where GOP Inspectors were Removed
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Quote:Fraud in PA: Obama Got Over 99% of Vote at Polls Where GOP Inspectors were Removed; Turnout Somehow "30%" Above Gov't Numbers


Across Philadelphia, GOP poll inspectors were forcibly (and illegally) removed from polling locations. Coincidentally (or not), Mr. Obama received "astronomical" numbers in those very same regions, including locations where he received "over 99%" of the vote.

Ward 4, which also had a poll watcher dressed in Obama attire, went massively for Obama. Mr. Obama received 99.5% of the vote, defeating Mr. Romney 9,955 to 55.

Is it odd that a county that expelled GOP inspectors and had people openly campaigning for Obama ended with 99.5% for Obama and 9955 votes for him? It's up to you to decide.

Another problem: "Voter turnout in Philadelphia was around 60 percent, according to state election figures." In these precincts it was well over 90% according to House Speaker Sam Smith of Pennsylvania. Considering all of the other "coincidences" going on, it doesn't seem kosher.

Clear fraud, odd percentages, and numbers that don't add up? Congratulations on your re-election, Mr. Obama.

http://www.punditpress.com/2012/11/fraud...-vote.html
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Don't worry Eric will do something

Ohhhh wait....
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I know...there is NO WAY there was 90% voter turnout ANYWHERE in the country.

Stinkin' cheaters. And nobody cares. But let there be ONE fraudulent vote for a Republican, and the whole country would light up in anger!!!!
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RugerGirl;39123 Wrote:I know...there is NO WAY there was 90% voter turnout ANYWHERE in the country.

Stinkin' cheaters. And nobody cares. But let there be ONE fraudulent vote for a Republican, and the whole country would light up in anger!!!!

Exactly why the Libs targeted the Media and the schools. Control them and you control brains.

Anyone who thinks D's and R's are the same are clearly mistaken.

D's are a Collection of Idealogical Narcissists and Power Hungry. R's go along to get along, wrongmindedly.
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I didn't look up every ward where republican inspectors were turned away, but from a couple them, it is no surprise a few of those wards voted 99.5% for Obama. I don't doubt there was any fraud involved, but like I mentioned, Philadelphia is a large city. If more than 1% of the people living in some of those neighborhoods voted for Romney, then I'd actually be quite surprised. I can at least happily say I saw more Romney/Ryan signs in my neighborhood than Obama. In my area it was probably a 4:1 or 5:1 ratio of Romney to Obama signs.
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middlefinger;39115 Wrote:
Quote:Fraud in PA: Obama Got Over 99% of Vote at Polls Where GOP Inspectors were Removed; Turnout Somehow "30%" Above Gov't Numbers


Across Philadelphia, GOP poll inspectors were forcibly (and illegally) removed from polling locations. Coincidentally (or not), Mr. Obama received "astronomical" numbers in those very same regions, including locations where he received "over 99%" of the vote.

Ward 4, which also had a poll watcher dressed in Obama attire, went massively for Obama. Mr. Obama received 99.5% of the vote, defeating Mr. Romney 9,955 to 55.

Is it odd that a county that expelled GOP inspectors and had people openly campaigning for Obama ended with 99.5% for Obama and 9955 votes for him? It's up to you to decide.

Another problem: "Voter turnout in Philadelphia was around 60 percent, according to state election figures." In these precincts it was well over 90% according to House Speaker Sam Smith of Pennsylvania. Considering all of the other "coincidences" going on, it doesn't seem kosher.

Clear fraud, odd percentages, and numbers that don't add up? Congratulations on your re-election, Mr. Obama.

http://www.punditpress.com/2012/11/fraud...-vote.html


There was DEFINITELY overvoting at the polling machines. And that's where the fraud is.

But guess what---VOTER ID doesn't stop it. Because it's happening before they take the floppy disk out of the back of the machine and put it into the police car to go to Delaware Ave. They mess with the machine between 8PM and 9PM.

11PM last night there were still a bunch of divisions who hadn't reported and many of them were in wards that have been accused of overvoting in the past.

Philadelphia Patriot;39238 Wrote:I didn't look up every ward where republican inspectors were turned away, but from a couple them, it is no surprise a few of those wards voted 99.5% for Obama. I don't doubt there was any fraud involved, but like I mentioned, Philadelphia is a large city. If more than 1% of the people living in some of those neighborhoods voted for Romney, then I'd actually be quite surprised. I can't at least happily say I saw more Romney/Ryan signs in my neighborhood than Obama. In my area it was probably a 4:1 or 5:1 ratio of Romney to Obama signs.

Yup.

Many of those 99% divisions are legitimate. I don't think everyone on PA2A is intimately familiar with Philadelphia outside the tourist areas. There's large areas of Philly where you would be really hard pressed to find a Republican, much less one that actually votes.


Nicetown/Tioga - If there was any Romney votes in the wards in that neighborhood it's because a voter sneezed when pushing the buttons on the machine and hit the wrong ones or it was fraud from a Republican poll inspector putting Romney votes on the machine, because there is NOBODY in that neighborhood that would ever vote Romney.

You're talking a neighborhood that's 80% public housing, you figure it out.
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One of my best friends was a Republican Ward leader in North Philadelphia for a number of years. I think until just recently, he was the only white person in a 5 block radius much less a Republican.

He bought a fixer-upper back in 2000-ish and thought gentrification would quickly reach him. It did eventually, just took 12 years. He has recruited Republican support though in North Philadelphia and also ran as a delegate to the RNC there.

We have a quirk in my part of the City---our Republican state rep is super-popular and his support comes almost entirely from Democrats. It's possible in Philly to be Republican and establish a loyal voter base. It's been the case forever but with all the newcomers in the City who are Democrat, they don't really understand local politics and they throw the baby out with the bathwater and vote straight ticket.
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Its not the 99% Obama votes that makes me question...its the 90% voter turnout that makes me question.

You cannot convince me that 90% of ANY precinct in the ENTIRE country actually went out to vote on Tuesday........

THAT is the number that is flawed. That means that probably about 65% of the precinct voted honestly, and the other 25% were fraudulent votes.
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RugerGirl;39282 Wrote:Its not the 99% Obama votes that makes me question...its the 90% voter turnout that makes me question.

You cannot convince me that 90% of ANY precinct in the ENTIRE country actually went out to vote on Tuesday........

THAT is the number that is flawed. That means that probably about 65% of the precinct voted honestly, and the other 25% were fraudulent votes.

Yup and that's where the overvoting is likely and it's what Joe DeFelice, who is our local GOP guy here in the city has been trying to investigate.

We got rid of the 30+ year Elections Commissioner one election ago, old battle-ax Marge Tartaglione, with a Democrat nerd (and she was kicked off as chairwoman of the Elections commission just this morning). Republican Al Schmidt is now co-chair with the minority Democrat. Maybe the investigation into overvoting will get some legs, who knows. It will take more lawsuits against the City in Commonwealth Court methinks to get the signature books from the polling stations inspected and compared with the vote talley from the machines.


Either way--it doesn't matter in the end result---there's statistically no way that even mass overvoting in Philadelphia was a make/break for Obama or even for the new AG, they were blowout margins and they were followed up by big Democrat turnout in Bucks County (remember the night before the election Mitt Romney was in Bucks at Shady Brook Farms stumping, hoping to put down the Democrat vote in the ghetto SE part of Bucks County).

Here's the Obama votes in Philadelphia plus all the collar counties.

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politi...egion.html


Montgomery County was heavy Obama. Eastern Delco. Lower Bucks and New Hope.

In the suburban counties the pattern is the same: the townships voted Obama anywhere there were concentrations of population, even far away from the city.

There's 5.5 million people in the Delaware Valley and only 1.5 of them live in Philly, and there's 1MM registered voters in Philly, so the suburbs around Philadelphia is the most heavily populated area of Pennsylvania and it's what makes or breaks the state. Not Philly itself.
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Media, PA where Viper lives:

69.2% Obama. That's not a mediocre return that's blow-out. And the boondocks just south of Media is also Obama.

in Chester County every single township that follows the mainline... Obama.

Anyone investigating voter fraud out there?
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