Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 8, 2012 – North Carolina Organization Files Complaint in Nevada
- About illegal immigrants being allowed to vote in Nevada
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If a recount by the St. Lucie County Supervisor immediately following the closing of the polls can produce a 4400 vote difference in one district in Florida … something is hinky. IMO
November 8, 2012
Allen West demands recount amidst ‘disturbing irregularities’
Tim Edson, West’s campaign manager, issued a statement Wednesday morning calling for a “full hand recount of the ballots” in St. Lucie County, Fla.: “Late last night Congressman West maintained a district-wide lead of nearly 2000 votes until the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections ‘recounted’ thousands of early ballots. Following that ‘recount’ Congressman West trailed by 2,400 votes.
Obama wins with backing from biggest supporters – the media
Published November 07, 2012
It was a big win for President Obama on Tuesday night. Exit polls had him scoring lots of minority votes – African-Americans again voted in huge numbers for the first black president. But the political bloc that most helped push Obama to reelection was the American media. …
On Election Day, unemployment was 7.9 percent, actually higher than it had been when Obama took office. Debt, deficit and underemployment were off the charts.
Obama didn’t win despite the numbers. He won because the media didn’t report them. They spent an entire campaign promoting social issues – abortion, gay marriage and more – where journalists near 100 percent support. The onslaught against GOP candidates was huge. …
Media Research Center President L. Brent Bozell summed up the campaign news coverage by calling journalism “roadkill.” “The media lauded Obama no matter how horrendous his record, and they savaged Obama’s Republican contenders as ridiculous pretenders,” he wrote.
When his positions on fundamental Biblical issues are considered … positions the are contrary to Scripture … why would the majority of Hispanic and Black Christians support Barack Obama?
Most Catholics vote for Obama, but Latinos and whites divided
5:59 p.m. CST, November 8, 2012
Hispanic Catholics were far more likely to favor Obama – by 76 percent to 23 percent – than white Catholics, who favored Romney by 56 percent to 43 percent, according to the Reuters poll.
Black Protestants favored Obama by 97 percent to 3 percent, while white Protestants favored Romney by 69 percent compared to 29 percent for Obama.
“When you talk about Catholics, there are really two Catholic votes, the white vote and the Hispanic vote, which look starkly different,” said Robert Jones, chief executive of the Public Religion Research Institute.