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Comment: Great article;

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Denise B's picture

Great article;

however, the truth is we do not know how many people actually voted for Obama because of the rampant and widespread voter fraud which occurred all over the country. In Boston, we had 130% voter turnout in many wards; in Chicago (and other places), there were entire precincts where not one person voted for Romney; there were tens of thousands of military ballots conveniently lost in some warehouse and not found until the day after the election; there were hundreds, if not thousands of reports of voter machine malfunctions. The list goes on, and on and on.

Nobody really knows for sure what the actual vote count was for Obama, but based on the amount of shinanigans that went on on election day, I would think it is safe to assume that the number was actually less than half of the population...possibly much, much less. Why cheat if you have the majority behind you? It seems to me now that the mantra we hear over and over again since the election is that a majority of the country wants what Obama has to offer; however, I am not yet convinced that this is the case. We will never know for sure if we don't fix our broken and corrupt system of voting.