Thursday, November 15, 2012

Post-Election News: Turns out Romney didn't get much less votes than McCain after all

From Eric Dondero:

This kind of changes the evaluations of the election results that some have made on the Right. Many have blamed Romney for the loss, saying he wasn't a good candidate. Others have suggested Paul Ryan wasn't a good VP pick.

Twitter account:
Brit Hume ‏@brithume Claim that Romney got 3 mil fewer votes than McCain were way premature. Current count has him 545K behind, and the count continues.
Editor's comment - Others may have a different view. But I see this as more evidence that the Republican base is just as large as it was in 2008. Only thing is we're now outnumbered by a massive increase in moochers living off the taxpayers (food stamp recipients, SSI disability receivers, people living off unemployment checks for 2 years), added to an increase in illegal aliens voting in U.S. elections, and just straight out blatant election fraud by Democrats.

1 comment:

Jon Troxler said...

Obama received 8 million fewer votes and Romney could not get more votes than McCain. Still a problem with candidate Romney. He should have been able to easily surpass McCain's numbers.