Yes, there was election fraud, but what lost the election for Romney and the Republicans was the refusal to run a hard-hitting campaign, just like John McCain in 2008.
“Nice guys don’t finish last, they don’t finish at all.”
My friends and I never voted for Romney, we voted against Obama. Never was able to find out what Romney really stood for – only knew he was better than Obama.
Like surely millions of others, I’m deeply disappointed with Ohama’s election, feeling Romney would be better by any measure. And I’m sure a feeling of resentment toward Obama supporters is natural. But what I’ve come to feel lately is a certain satisfaction, knowing Obama’s supporters are going to enjoy life a lot less.
Everything they buy will cost more if it arrives by gasoline or diesel transport. It will be more difficult to find and keep a job as employers are cutting back or moving overseas to avoid Obama’s increasing regulations. And employers remaining will hire newly immigrated millions ... continue reading »
As a tea-party member since 2009, I am not surprised by it’s growth. What I am surprised by is its division! If all tea-party groups were to unite, wouldn’t that be a huge number of people? And a force to be noticed?
You, sir, are in a position to request a head count, then publish that, ask for unity – and then let’s make a trip to Washington and demand that Congress impeach Obama and Holder!
Let’s stay true to the founders’ intent for a free republic!
Thank you and God bless you.
I have been predicting election outcomes for many decades. During the years that I served as in-house political adviser for the Sun Oil Company (Pew family), they had me put my predictions in an envelope in a safe several months before the election every two years. Those predictions were opened up at a board meeting the day after the election, and I was rarely off by more then one or two percentage points, so my record of accurate predictions is near impeccable.
However, on Oct. ... continue reading »
Please do not treat this recent election as though it represents a true and unadulterated count of the votes. The reports are steadily coming in about areas throughout the country where blatant violations were occurring and reported to persons who were said to be in authority, but said persons did nothing (i.e., they ignored the breaking of the law).
From those who are considered experts on elections and voting data, it appears that many indicators of voter fraud have been observed and other indicators reveal that there are serious reasons to believe perhaps millions of Romney ballots were “lost.” The overall vote count ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Farah,
I would appreciate your efforts if you would write an article about all the Christians who did not vote thinking they were doing the righteous thing by staying home.
I live in Santa Fe, N.M. I am a precept leader (Kay and Jack Arthur) here and am quite disturbed with the number of people who not only did not vote but also those who voted for Obama.
I am floored at how many believers do not have a “biblical” worldview. Please give this some consideration as God has blessed you with a large reading audience.