Every conservative, Republican, Moderate, and Independent should prepare for the blame game and wrath of the Left once it's final!

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    To wit, Mitt Romney may defeat Barack Obama for the presidency on November 6, after which there will be hysterical blowback. The election result is quantifiable, with Romney consistently leading in national tracking polls, finding a level at or above 50 percent in many, and closing the necessary gaps in swing states and among demographic groups. Greater evidence can be found, however, in Obama’s sour demeanor and the conduct of his campaign. What a mess.

    Opinion-peddlers have noted that the Obama re-election effort has taken on the hallmarks of failed campaigns from previous cycles: scattershot messaging, flailing narratives, ad hominem attacks and joyless mockery. This was never going to work, and Democratic political veterans like Bob Beckel and Doug Schoen will likely admit as much once the polls are closed. Incurables like Alan Colmes and Maureen Dowd, however, will never let it go. And this latter stance — that Obama’s defeat is somehow illegitimate — will take hold in many, noisy quarters.

    It is not only the politically interested who will adopt this view — even casual observers will be sucked in. We often see leftist orthodoxy morph into popular convention. This is because, while there are some smart people on the left, it requires almost no thinking to be a liberal. Simply absorb the political sentiments you hear in almost any Hollywood film, or on most any television program or newscast and, presto, you’re in. Repeat these nostrums at school or work and you will be rewarded. Augmented by the emotional satisfaction of the left’s perpetual righteous indignation, this dynamic becomes self-fulfilling and very cozy.

    And it’s that snorting indignation warming up in the bullpen that augurs an ugly autumn. After Obama loses, every bellyacher you know will take to the worldwide interwebs to blame the Bilderbergs, Bain Capital, Big Oil, Brigham Young — basically anyone but Obama himself. It will be insufferable. Theories will be all over the map, mutually contradicting one another, but advanced with furious certainty. Again, we see this often. The showerless outrage of the left knows no bounds, and it is impervious to reason.

    Whether Romney’s margin of victory is large or small will matter little to the tone of these plaints. Certainly, a resounding win will foreclose the Democrats’ propensity to steal close elections through after-the-fact chicanery (presented as Exhibit A: Al Franken is a senator) but, for Obama apologists, a blowout will simply evince a wider conspiracy, and darker depths of American ignorance, bigotry and credulousness.

    This sort of heads-we-win-tails-you’re-a-cheating-moron default is endemic to Democrats and emblematic of the international left. The last time a fabulously wealthy politician from Massachusetts ran for president, he lost fair and square. But John Kerry had the good fortune to be a Democrat (and had the further good fortune to marry into money — twice — making him several times wealthier than the self-made Romney), which is why California Sen. Barbara Boxer, among others, made it her business to overturn the electoral results in Ohio owing to voting “irregularities” she knew, just knew, had occurred. Britain’s Daily Mirror, meanwhile, responded to George W. Bush’s 2004 defeat of Kerry by asking, “How can 59,054,087 people be so DUMB?”



    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/10/30/the-presidential-race-is-over-cue-the-conspiracy-theories/#ixzz2AsdyOJMw

     
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  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from BilltheKat. Show BilltheKat's posts

    Arn't the wingnuts already screaming "voter fraud"?

     
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    Arn't the wingnuts already screaming "voter fraud"?

     
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    Arn't the wingnuts already screaming "voter fraud"?

     
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    Arn't the wingnuts already screaming "voter fraud"?

     
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    Wow, what happened there?

     
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    In response to WhichOnesPink2's comment:
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    Someone doesn't know how to use the internet...

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    I will assume this post goes for Meffa too?

     
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    Yes, just to be clear, you're saying the Meffa and I don't know how to use the entire internet, as opposed to struggling with the currently poor functionality of this specific forums software?

     
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    haha, The thread is in response to the multitude of twitter posts out already calling for Obama supporters to unite an fivck shlt up  and blame everyone BUT, Obama if, Obama loses!

    Very racist tone to alot of them too!!

     
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    Yes, so should we assume that your statement that "someone doesn't know how to use the internet" is just a nonsensical rambling verbal vomit toss out tantamount to saying, for example "someone can't hold their liquor", and has no actual bearing on the thread at hand? Sort of like tourettes syndrome for bored cube dwellers?

     
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    In response to WhichOnesPink2's comment:
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    In response to BilltheKat's comment:
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    Yes, so should we assume that your statement that "someone doesn't know how to use the internet" is just a nonsensical rambling verbal vomit toss out tantamount to saying, for example "someone can't hold their liquor", and has no actual bearing on the thread at hand? Sort of like tourettes syndrome for bored cube dwellers?

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    That's ok. I assume you're an idiot. I'll allow you the last word as I know that makes you feel superior. Go ahead...enjoy!

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    Oh no, please, feel free to clarify...Im all pins and needles.

     
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    Silver: 

    77.4% chance of an Obama win, 22.6 for Romney. 

    Electoral:  299 Obama, 239 Romney.

    My guess is Rasmussen and Gallup will make their way back to 'toss-up' by the weekend to try and salvage their credibility for the next election.

     
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    Obama's response to the hurricane should play well in Florida as well - there's enough time for the news cycle to pick up on Romney's FEMA remarks before the election.

    I'm much more worried about an Obama win, with Romney winning the popular vote.  How did the Dems handle that in 2000, when the governor of the state ultimately making the difference  was the brother of the GOP candidate?  They stood behind the new president, passing his signature education bill 91-8 just months after taking office.

    How will congressional Republicans respond?  I'm looking at the Mayan calendar for clues.

     
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