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South Carolina Voter Fraud? Wasn't the SC Attorney General looking into it?

2008 Total SC Primary votes = 445,677
2012 Total SC Primary votes = 601,166

155,489 more people in South Carolina voted this year? Really? It wasn't even near that number of difference in Iowa or New Hampshire.

I had read that there were reports of ballots that were entered by people that had been dead for over 2 to 6 years, and that around 1,000 had been cast.

I just had to really wonder when Gingrich got over 243,000 votes as the winner in 2012, but McCain only got 147,733 in 2008. I just have a really hard time still trying to wrap my mind around how nearly 100,000 more people could have voted for Gingrich.

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Even Romney in 2nd place had around 167,000 votes.

167,000 votes for Romney is still over 20,000 more votes than McCain in 2008.
Let's just wait & see I guess. It did take about 2 weeks after the Iowa caucus to find out that Santorum won, and not Romney. I think that actually helped Romney go from what was supposed to be 3-0 to 1-2.
Thursday, January 19th, 2012, changed EVERYTHING. Santorum won Iowa, Rick Perry dropped out and endorsed Gingrich, Gingrich's ex-wife spoke about the open marriage controversy, and finally Gingrich yelled at John King over asking him about it, so Gingrich won by yelling at a moderator.
Maybe this will be what takes Gingrich down for good?
By the way, Ron Paul getting 77,000 votes in 2012, was more than Romney's 67,000 in 2008. :-)

Perhaps the..

..Atty. General is a part of the disease.

Depends...

How much was he paid and or threatened?
In the age of deciet, truth is a revolutionary act.

A patriot must always be prepared to defend his country from his government.

Odd, isn't it?

Actually, it's more accurate to say that 'probably it was a status quo election'.

Certainly, for the media hypsters, it was spectacle, and almost no thought or analysis was provided those who get their information from the TV and radio.

The 2 major parties have dominated the election process and that's just the way it is.

Nothing new here; your point is well taken.

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