Skip to comments.VANITY - Can/Will Romney "Unconcede"?
Posted on 11/10/2012 8:32:49 AM PST by melissa_in_ga
It's been almost a week since the de-lection, and various posts have popped up showing unrealistic numbers for NObama in Virginia, Florida and Ohio. We all know massive voter fraud was in play in this election - the Chicago way.
Question: Can Romney pull his concession speech based on the data from polling centers? Can he ask for a recount? And if he could...would he?
Will a Republican, particularly a rino, do the gutsy thing?
No, he’ll probably take the “moral high ground”. After all, Nixon did the same in 1960.
The moral high ground gets us nowhere against amoral Chicago thugs.
Concessions are not legal declarations. Gore did the same thing in 2000.
But the question is if he wants to serious investigate fraud. Anyone that wants to has until the electors vote in December.
Gore did it, but to answer your question, no, Romney won’t.
Look out your window...Are donkey’s flying? No, then forget about it! rinos are too wimpy to even consider such a thing. Even when they are right!
Romney should be fighting like Alan West is going after the Chicago mobsters for stealing his election (see St Lucie county over voting).
The Chicago way.
Romney won’t do anything,if he values the lives of his children.
It’s over,the criminals won.
One problem is that it isn’t in one state, and Romney needs more than one state to win.
If Romney had won Florida, like he should have...I still can’t believe he lost FL even with fraud...and Virginia and one other state, then going in and challenging Ohio would be one thing. But challenging in FOUR states at once, just isn’t feasible.
It SHOULD be feasible, mind you, but that is why it won’t be done...among other things.
I’d like to know more about that “software malfunction” on election day for Team Romney.
Concession by a candidate means nothing, however, there is no way Romney will (or should) un-concede. There just isn’t enough evidence of fraud to ever convince the nation it occurred. It will surprise nobody that inner city precincts voted almost 100% for the black Dem candidate. The reports of more voters than registered voters that I’ve seen have pretty legitimate explanations — eg multiple ballots cast because they couldn’t fit everything on one ballot.
I don’t know, just wanted to say that
I’ve been wondering the same thing.
Smarter peeps might answer, but I think
some kind of authority will have to rule on the
Problem is, most of our dear Pubbies will hide
under their desks and wet themselves if they’re
confronted with having to oppose the libs.
The fraud stories are jaw dropping - a revote is
what’s needed, with paper ballots and the inspectors
chained to the wall, in handcuffs.
He certainly should.
And someone must impeach the islamic animal in the Oval Office.
Only if something really big breaks out of the Benghazi scandal between now and the final vote by the Electoral College.
FWIW: Interesting article here: Did JFK Lose the Popular Vote?
Hint: It's not what you think (though that may be true as well).
Considering that since the election Boehner has been fighting Krispy Kreme Christie for a prime spot to kiss 0bama’s butt, I doubt the GOP will wage any serious protest on even the most blatant vote fraud. Romney apparently wants to go out looking like the “Good Guy” so he won’t do it, but imagine the bounce the Stock Market would get if the election suddenly looked like it was turned around!
I can't see the GOP or Romney having enough nut to do this. But, if it's not done, we can dismantle the GOP and go home. We will never win another election that matters.
If Romney loves this Country, then he should “unconceede” and demand a recount. He should put action to his words.
If he meant that he loves this Country’s crookedness, then there’s no need for him to do anything.
It is for him to show us in what way he loves this Country.
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