If the Democrat loses, he/she can claim voter fraud on the part of the Republican "machine", and not only will people believe it because it has been raised as an issue so often, but it gives them the excuse to demand as many recounts as it takes to find the necessary votes to overturn the election. If the Democrat wins, well, then he wins. Fair and square. The system works and all the Republicans' conspiracy theories about voter fraud are baseless. Game over.
If there is one thing all Democrats embrace, it is corruption. How much corruption they can "tolerate" from their own side is seen as a measure of how open-minded and inclusive they are. Corruption from the right, though, just proves how hypocritical and dangerous conservatives are. Makes perfect sense.
Bill Whittle narrates this video about the problem. The upshot? There's trouble in River City, kittens.
My take always has been that if this election gets to a point where it seriously looks like Obama might lose, the efforts to implement MASSIVE voter fraud will be unprecedented. They all know that if they cheat enough to get caught, but not enough to win, then they are in jail. If they cheat at all, they will need to cheat enough to win so that it doesn't matter whether anyone knows it or proves it.
As a nation we aren't going to pull down the entire system because of a rigged election. And if we don't win the Congress, there could be no real movement to bring anyone to justice, anyway.
So they have to cheat and cheat BIG.
I think it's going to get really interesting really fast. Hang onto your hats, kittens.
This is exactly what I was hinting at. Obama and the Democrats MUST win this election - at all costs. If they do, the game is over. If they don't, they start over. The Tea Party will be energized and the tide may have swung away from them. So they will cheat. Cheat HARD and cheat BIG. And that is not the title of a porn film.
Obama already doesn’t answer to the mainstream press — and they’re fine with that which is why they never ask him directly challenging questions, or even simple ones like, “can we see your college transcripts?”
I mean, that’s an easy one. And the follow up is easy, too: “why not?”
Another easy-peasy: “define ‘transparency’”.
So, forget the press. Obama does not answer to them and never will, because the press doesn’t even want that. They’ve worked very hard building their narrative and they don’t want it mussed with.
Obama barely answers to congress. His own wife admits that he’s “done a phenomenal job” making end-runs around legislation (96 Executive Orders and counting) and his administration co-operates as little with congressional inquiries (or with congress, itself) aspossible, while the press either plays it down or simply ignores it, for them.Like I said, things are going to get really, really interesting.