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As the chairman of the Government Is Not God PAC, I have direct lines into various campaigns and media outlets that are not public, and I am now prepared to make a prediction on the outcome of the presidential election.

There are numerous polls, and most show a close race. The media refer to the polls as being in the “margin of error,” meaning that a two or three point lead cannot be determined one way or the other. I do not see the polls or the race as “in the margin of error.”

I view the poll numbers as placing the election within “the margin of corruption.” The election’s outcome may well be determined by a handful of counties in the United States well-known for corruption, and one of those is Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Virtually all the major media players refer to Cuyahoga County as being a “leading indicator for this election.” Why? Without Cuyahoga County, the state of Ohio would have been won by John McCain four years ago. The county may well determine the outcome of the 2012 election.

Barack Hussein Obama carried the state of Ohio in 2008 with 206,800 votes, but he won Cuyahoga County by 245,467 votes. Without these Cuyahoga votes the state would have gone to John McCain by 38,667 votes. The Obama victory in Ohio came from that one county alone, which is the home of Cleveland, one of the most politically corrupt cities in the United States. Channel 8 Fox News reported that Cleveland’s mayor was first in line for early voting this year to cast his vote for Obama:

“Several local officials met at the Cuyahoga County BOE to cast their early votes for President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, Warrensville Heights Mayor Brad Sellers, State Sen. Nina Turner and Ward 1 Cleveland City Councilman Terrell Pruitt were joined by special guest Craig Robinson, the brother of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama.”

That is some powerful group of Democratic politicians to be at just one ballot box in one county in Ohio. The Democratic machine is in total control of the voting process in Cleveland, and political corruption in the city is as much a way of life as it is in Barack Hussein Obama’s hometown of Chicago.

Of the 1,111,232 registered voters in Cuyahoga County, on Election Day in 2008 an astonishing 265,568 
cast absentee ballots, and 211,518 of those were by mail. How many of those mailed ballots represented voters in graveyards, we will never know. Polling-place fraud and intimidation is also an issue in Cleveland.

Cleveland is an active area for thugs associated with the Black Panthers. I am very sure they will be at polling places in Cuyahoga “reminding” voters to vote for Obama. The real purpose of the presence, which will be permitted by the mayor of Cleveland, is to intimidate and scare off white voters.

This 2012 presidential election could well be decided by the state of Ohio, as pollsters predict, and the Democratic corruption in Cleveland and the rest of Cuyahoga County may determine the outcome. To win Ohio, Mitt Romney must collect enough votes elsewhere to overcome corruption in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Very frankly, I do not know if that is possible.

As this column went live, it was reported that Black Panther thugs, as I predicted, are intimidating voters in Cleveland.

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