Are we just going to let the Democrats steal this election? If we don’t contest, sue, complain, prosecute or whatever we have to do to get this election turned around, then from now on, the Republicans will never win another election. The Democrats will simply vote as many times as it takes, and we’ll lose because we are wimps. Get off your a–es and scream to the heavens and anyone else who will listen that this whole mess needs an investigation, and Romney needs to be made president.
Wait a minute! Somebody in Washington was having an extramarital affair? No wonder our consulate in Benghazi was attacked and nobody responded to their pleas for help.
Up until last week’s election, I would have said that the American people are too smart to fall for this old shell-and-pea game. Now, I’m beginning to think that garbage like this just might work.
Lord, please help us.
Dear Mr. Farah,
It was a landslide; Mitt won. There are multiple ways and means of messing with the computers, including virus-programs like Stuxnet. Remember how that messed with the Iranian reactor, a little here and a little there?
Mitt won by ballots cast; Obama won by ballots counted.
[To Joseph Farah:] You have to be one of the most pathetic Obama haters out there. Why don’t you crawl back in your hole, you cretin!
“Farah” is not an American name. If you don’t like the outcome of the election, please do us all a favor and leave the U.S. Go back to Lebanon or Syria. We all know that you are not a real American.
God bless America. God bless President Barack Hussein Obama.
Finally! Somebody talks about this ["Did Obama really win?"]. I was getting sick of the commentary out there that was trying to explain away how Romney and the GOP lost.
Did they make mistakes? Sure! Kicking the tea party and Ron Paul in the face at the Convention were big mistakes. I also think the GOP was guilty of massive voter fraud during the early primary elections, which robbed Ron Paul of some early momentum. How about the massive landslide victory in 2010 yielding the passage of the NDAA and the addition of $2 trillion to the national debt. There were plenty of valid reasons for ... continue reading »