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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:54 am

Obama weeps in the midst of a celebration. With hearings on Benghazi (during which questions will be asked that Romney foolishly avoided), moving along Obamacare, the deficit/debt problem, the Petreaus mess, etc., --is it too soon to say ""Pyrrhic victory"? Save some of those tears, Mr. President.
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:54 am

Dick Morris draws two conclusions from the '12 returns:
"Two implications flow from these data:

1. Television is losing its impact. Particularly in the presidential race, it is astonishing that the almost one billion dollars spent advertising in eight states did very little to move the vote share. Voters are not watching television as much these days and those that are still turning it on are fast forwarding through the ads. And negative campaign ads — in fact, all ads, — are losing their impact.

2. Demographic voting is the new norm in America. You vote based on who you are, not where you live or how well each campaign has articulated its case. 93% of blacks, 70% of Latinos, 60% of those under 30, and 62% of single people, voted for Obama. And white married couples over 30 years of age voted for Romney. Not much else matters. A president who was elected and re-elected through identity politics has brought about a state of affairs where demographic voting determines the outcome. Our votes are predictable based on our race, ethnicity, age, and marital status well before anybody doews any campaigning."
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:17 am

Conclusion of a post by Rick Reed in "Opinion":

Every winning presidential campaigner in recent memory — George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama — was unafraid to launch blistering, sharp-edged ads that took aim at their opponents, while simultaneously crafting positive biographical narratives about themselves that tied into their policy philosophies. Mitt Romney, an exceedingly fine man, did neither.

Before we get too “sophisticated” in our analysis of what went wrong in 2012, perhaps it is as simple as we played nice and the other guys didn’t.
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:00 am

A macro view of the election from Dick Morris:

The final numbers suggest that 91.6 million votes were cast by whites -- seven million less than the 98.6 million that were cast in 2008! Meanwhile, 16.6 million blacks voted -- 300,000 more than in 2008; 11 million Latinos voted -- 1.7 million more votes than were cast by Hispanics in 2008.

We lost because whites stayed home! Particularly among the elderly, the voter turnout was disappointing with seniors casting only 16% of the vote, much less than had been anticipated. (Seniors were the only age group that Obama lost by a significant margin -- 15 points).

(Morris believes the problem for Romney was not that of hesitancy to launch attack ads, but rather the unwillingness to answer the negative Bain ads of Obama in early summer.)
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Ideal Baloney » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:40 pm

FRAUD seems more plausible than old white people staying home? Read:

Forensic profiler: Obama confessing election fraud
Concludes 'in his secret fury he stole 2012 presidential' race

Published: 11/24/2012 at 8:15 PM
by Bob Unruh Email

A forensic profiler whose previous cases have included the Natalie Holloway disappearance and the O.J. Simpson double murder says Barack Obama is confessing to stealing the 2012 president election.

“Obama appears to unconsciously confess on multiple occasions that in his secret fury he stole the 2012 presidential election – continuing his attacks on our nation,” Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., told WND in an assessment of Obama.

“But really that is no different whatsoever than in 2008 becoming an illegal president who violated the Constitution. This knowledge comes from one undeniable fact: we have discovered a new unconscious mind that continually quick-reads situations and communicates about it – as Obama reveals.”

Hodges, who wrote “The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury,” previously deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note from the Boulder, Colo., murder case.

He uses a unique psycholinguistic technique he calls “ThoughtPrint Decoding” to “read between the lines” of people’s statements – called “the cutting-edge of forensic science” by expert investigators. He’s not exactly new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. He decoded O.J.’s “suicide note” to confirm Simpson had committed a double murder. He deciphered the JonBenet ransom note from Boulder, Colo., to identify the child’s killer. He decrypted letters from BTK to predict that he was about to kill again – the only profiler to do so. He studied statements by Joran van der Sloot and Deepak Kalpoe to tie them to the slaying of Holloway. He showed how Casey Anthony secretly confessed to killing her daughter in 200 letters written to a jail mate. He even decoded Bill Clinton’s Lewinsky comments.

See all the details in Hodges’ book “The Obama Confession.”

In a new analysis for WND, Hodges explains that Obama not only confesses, but he suggests a solution for Americans.

“Obama’s deeper moral compass continues to provide guidance to America on how to combat his assaults. In his U.N. speech he repeatedly referred to courageous protesters. ‘They should give us hope… remind us that so long as we work for it justice will be done; that history is on our side; and that a rising tide of liberty will never be reversed.’ Repeatedly, he tells us ‘protest,’ ‘march for justice’ and we can become a rising tide. Citizens still have the power,” Hodges said.

That there are questions about the 2012 election has been reported numerous times by WND.

In Hodges’ assessment: “Following Obama’s presidential reelection impressive findings have emerged pointing to a fraudulent election. A brief summary reveals precincts in Ohio and Pennsylvania reported greater than 100 percent of registered voters turned out to vote. In 100 precincts in Ohio Obama got 99 percent of the votes. Pennsylvania illegally removed GOP poll inspectors from voting locations. Computer irregularities in Pennsylvania (and elsewhere) reverted to a default Obama vote no matter who the voter selected.”

He continued, “Florida prevented absentee ballots from being observed by neutral observers. Military ballots were systematically denied active-duty servicemen and women around the world.”

So he said all he had to do was sit back and wait for the confession.

“One thing is for certain – if Obama stole this election he would confess unconsciously. We now review that possibility from his own mind, listening for his all-seeing unconscious super intelligence to once more tell us how he truly sees himself deep down. As I described in my book, ‘The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury,’ Obama has repeatedly confessed to his misdeeds of his illegal presidency and sweeping attack on America for four years.”

He explains his observations:

“On election night after initial voting reports declared him the winner, Obama once more unconsciously pointed to a confession. Before his anxious and relieved supporters, Obama spoke of his pride in his daughters but commented, ‘But I will say this for now, one dog’s probably enough’ – on the surface referring back to promising his daughters a puppy after his 2008 victory,” Hodges said.

“But stay with his spontaneous right-brain image. Understand he could have chosen any matter on which to comment and any description but his brilliant unconscious mind which always speaks in a symbolic right-brain language – and carefully chooses its images – selected ‘one dog is enough.’

“Read his confession that America has just elected a dog of a president – and once was enough,” Hodges said.

“He suggests that he’s dogging it as president, faking it as an illegal president in a second way now with a stolen election. That he’s a real ‘dog’ for such deception. The image of a dog further suggests: a pet favored by the media and blind supporters who would not dare to explore his illegality by birth or unfair election; that he will dog or haunt America for another four years because a dog also bites especially a wounded one. (And Obama is deeply wounded beyond belief.) Once again Obama unconsciously points to his deceptive anger and indeed he has bitten/assaulted America in multiple ways, both covert and overt, and plans on more of the same.”

It was interesting, Hodges noted, that Time magazine also then referred to the “dog” image, using it extensively to declare, “It was a fitting end to a one-dog’s-enough sort of campaign.”

“The magazine writer suggests that he had picked up deep down on Obama’s unconscious confession,” Hodges said.

Further, during a Nov. 9 press conference, “Obama snapped at two senators who had criticized U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice for her erroneous declarations regarding the Benghazi attack. He challenged the senators to ‘come after me,’ not Rice,” Hodges said.

“This matches his hidden instructions in the U.N. speech that American citizens be prepared to protest unfair elections. In both his 2008 Fathers’ Day speech as a candidate and in his inaugural address he unconsciously instructed citizens to confront him as an illegal foreign-born candidate/ president,” Hodges said.

“Obama’s ideas continually reflect a preoccupation with unconscious guilt and a need to be caught and stopped. His behavior and decision-making around the Benghazi tragedy with obvious cover-up suggest more guilt – a need to be questioned, a secret confession of being a weak leader and a president who puts a U.S. ambassador’s life at risk,” said Hodges.

He said the newest messages shine new light on Obama’s July 13, 2012, statement that, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

“The symbolic unconscious message (with a deeper context of a potential vote scam) is not difficult to discern: ‘If I stay in business as president, it won’t be because of me. I’m not really the one who will bring about my reelection – others are going to make sure it happens,’” Hodges said. “His headline-grabbing comment has all the earmarks that he was warning America – attempting to shock everyone into grasping – that a secret plan was taking shape to guarantee his reelection.”

Hodges also cited Obama’s Sept. 25 address to the U.N., saying Obama was “confessing to his illegal presidency and an unfair election in 2008. In retrospect – now that evidence points to the real possibility of a fraudulent election – Obama suggests his brilliant always truthful super-intel was also looking ahead and confessing that plans were underway to steal the election.”

On Hodges’ website, Steven A. Egger, associate professor of criminology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, has written that Hodges’ technique is “becoming the cutting edge of forensic science.”

“Dr. Hodges’ investigation of forensic documents in the Natalee Holloway case indicates that his ‘thoughtprint decoding method’ and ‘reading between the lines’ is, in fact, becoming a major contribution to law enforcement tools used by criminal investigators,” wrote Egger.

See the BIG LIST of vote fraud reports coming out of the 2012 election.

WND’s newest forum is your opportunity to report voter fraud

Stand up to fight against voter fraud right now!

Here’s the blueprint Obama used to steal the 2012 election.
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:08 pm

IB: Intriguing stuff. And what are we to make of his tears on election night? Were others surprised to see that POTUS wept?
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Kingsman » Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:14 am

Another hat is being thrown into the ring for the Dem. nomination in '16: Eric Holder. World Net Daily has the story, noting that he would run well with blacks, Hispanics, and government-needy single women. Sounds like a winner to me. His sleazy persona would be a plus with the Left.
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Ideal Baloney » Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:30 am

Kingsman wrote:Another hat is being thrown into the ring for the Dem. nomination in '16: Eric Holder. World Net Daily has the story, noting that he would run well with blacks, Hispanics, and government-needy single women. Sounds like a winner to me. His sleazy persona would be a plus with the Left.

Dear God: Please accommodate those Mayan prognosticators and pull the plug next Friday, 12/21/12.

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Re: 2016 Election

Postby bob_rx2000 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 12:49 pm

I can only hope that the recent loss by Mitt Romney causes the "R" wing to do some serious soul-searching. Trying to win with a candidate who essentially represents the very group most people identify as a problem in our society was sort of like putting the red "Star Trek" shirt on Romney and beaming him down with Kirk, Spock and Bones. You know who is going to get killed. It is a measure of how unpopular the current president is that Romney came darn close to winning anyway.

We're quickly moving down the wrong path in regards to both the economy, but even more importantly, with regards to civil rights and essential liberties. The Clintons, Obama and both Bush presidents have walked this path and we need to get someone who takes the issue of liberty seriously to stop this trend. While I happen to think Mitch Danels would make a good President, on this, the most important issue in my mind, he is not solid in my mind.
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Re: 2016 Election

Postby Happy Mom » Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:12 am

Huckabee Considering A 2016 Run. I'm Considering A Cocktail.
Written by Daisy

Before I get lambasted for my post title by the Christian right out here in COTR-land, I'm just going to say that I'm also a Christian, and I also happen to love Huckabee. He's a lovely, wonderful, God-fearing man. An asset to our party, for sure. I'd like to sit down with him and have dinner and conversation and discuss a variety of issues our country faces right now.

I just don't want him running for president.

Just like I don't want Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, or any other "recycled" candidate running for president right now. I do NOT THINK THESE PEOPLE ARE ELECTABLE CANDIDATES.

They're simply not. And I want to freaking win, people. Sue me for NOT wanting to do the same thing over and over and over again while magically expecting a different result.

Seriously. Get in line.

In an interview with the "Brody File," Huckabee left the window open to actually run in 2016, and this frightens me a bit, because I just don't think that recycled candidates like him are the answer to what we need - to win the election against the "First WOMAN President!" Because let's face it - that's what it's going to be. They've elected the first black President. And now they have their sights set on the First Woman president. They don't give two hoots about qualifications, or all of the skeletons Hillary has in her closet. Democrats care about that title, y'all. And they're going to sweep folks up in that PR campaign of "FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES," and lemmings will buy it. Just like they bought it back in 2008. Hook, line, and sinker.

We need MORE than recycled candidates on our side. Period.

But your mileage may vary. I'm sure it does. ... a-cocktail
In the meantime, Huckabee is considering it.
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