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Proof that the elections are fixed in America

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Adam Howard, Mar 20, 2012.

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  1. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    Illinois primary is on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 and its 1:00 AM So how is it ABC News already has the results? PROOF that YOUR vote does NOT matter and the elections are fixed. http://abclocal.go.com/wls/elections/local/results For the love of GOD & Country... Save a screen shot. Show it to EVERYONE you know. ABC results leaked on website before anyone even voted & polls had not even open.
     
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    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    PRESIDENT
    • Santorum​
    • 987,453​
    • 32%​
    • 100%​
    • Romney​
    • 919,993​
    • 29%​
    • Gingrich​
    • 876,937​
    • 28%​
    • Paul​
    • 95,106​
    • 3%​
    • Roemer​
    • 89,868​
    • 2%​
    • Perry​
    • 88,005​
    • 2%​
    • Uncommitted​
    • 20,706​
    • 0%​
    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 1
    • Rush (I)​
    • 41,027​
    • 43%​
    • 100%​
    • Sims​
    • 37,988​
    • 40%​
    • Lodato​
    • 4,216​
    • 4%​
    • Bailey​
    • 4,140​
    • 4%​
    • Russell​
    • 3,942​
    • 4%​
    • Smith​
    • 3,656​
    • 3%​
    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 1
    • Peloquin​
    • 42,736​
    • 44%​
    • 100%​
    • Tillman​
    • 37,987​
    • 39%​
    • Collins​
    • 14,246​
    • 15%​
    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 2
    • Jackson (I)​
    • 64,837​
    • 55%​
    • 100%​
      • Halvorson​
      • 53,048​
      • 44%​
     
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    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 2
    • Taylor​
    • 64,837​
    • 55%​
    • 100%​
    • Woodworth​
    • 53,048​
    • 44%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 3
    • Lipinski (I)​
    • 51,215​
    • 55%​
    • 100%​
    • Baqai​
    • 41,902​
    • 44%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 3
    • Grabowski​
    • 41,903​
    • 45%​
    • 100%​
    • Falvey​
    • 37,246​
    • 39%​
    • Jones​
    • 13,968​
    • 15%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 6
    • Yates​
    • 61,516​
    • 44%​
    • 100%​
    • Coolidge​
    • 54,682​
    • 40%​
    • Petzel​
    • 20,506​
    • 15%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 7
    • Davis (I)​
    • 61,240​
    • 54%​
    • 100%​
    • Conway​
    • 50,106​
    • 45%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 8
    • Krishnamoorthi​
    • 32,866​
    • 55%​
    • X​
    • 100%​
    • Duckworth​
    • 26,889​
    • 44%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 9
    • Schakowsky (I)​
    • 58,736​
    • 55%​
    • 100%​
    • Ribeiro​
    • 48,056​
    • 44%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 10
    • Schneider​
    • 44,859​
    • 44%​
    • 100%​
    • Bavda​
    • 40,707​
    • 40%​
    • Tree​
    • 8,151​
    • 8%​
    • Sheyman​
    • 8,050​
    • 7%​
     
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    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 11
    • Hickey​
    • 56,518​
    • 44%​
    • 100%​
    • Foster​
    • 50,239​
    • 40%​
    • Thomas​
    • 18,839​
    • 14%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 12
    • Miller​
    • 60,488​
    • 45%​
    • 100%​
    • Harriman​
    • 53,767​
    • 40%​
    • Wiezer​
    • 20,162​
    • 14%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 12
    • Cook​
    • 60,488​
    • 45%​
    • 100%​
    • Plummer​
    • 53,767​
    • 40%​
    • Kormos​
    • 20,162​
    • 14%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 13
    • Goetten​
    • 81,514​
    • 54%​
    • 100%​
    • Gill​
    • 66,694​
    • 45%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 13
    • Johnson (I)​
    • 66,693​
    • 44%​
    • 100%​
    • Metzger​
    • 59,283​
    • 39%​
    • Firsching​
    • 22,232​
    • 15%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 14
    • Farnick​
    • 69,856​
    • 54%​
    • 100%​
    • Anderson​
    • 57,155​
    • 45%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 16
    • Kinzinger (I)​
    • 73,656​
    • 55%​
    • X​
    • 100%​
    • Manzullo (I)​
    • 60,263​
    • 44%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 17
    • Aguilar​
    • 58,066​
    • 45%​
    • 100%​
    • Bustos​
    • 51,613​
    • 39%​
    • Gaulrapp​
    • 19,355​
    • 14%​

    U.S. HOUSE - DISTRICT 18
    • Woodmancy​
    • 77,735​
    • 54%​
    • 100%​
    • Waterworth​
    • 63,603​
    • 45%​
     
  8. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    When I 1st saw this it was just a little past 12:45 AM Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, March 20, 2012. That means it was still Monday, March 19, 2012 at 11:45 PM (CDT) in Chicago, Illinois
     
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  10. ENF

    ENF Well-Known Member

    I think they were probably running a test site, it's fairly common to do a test run before letting it go public. (If this is the case, someone made a big boo-boo, but it wouldn't be the first.)

    If the numbers in this thread match the final results, then I'd say you have real proof. Otherwise, just looks a like test run.
     
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  12. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    Not to put a tin foil hat on, but if I mistakenly flapped such a leak... I'd change a few numbers quickly here and there, but I'd still maintain my overall desired results some how or some way.

    I don't think ABC News needs to run a test for every election on their website. It's basically an excel sheet in which they impute the totals.
     
  13. ENF

    ENF Well-Known Member

    Nah, they'd update the template for each election process. It still needs to be tested to avoid any flaps... With the amount of oversight from the election boards, I don't see how they could just flub whatever numbers they want to. That's why they have independent oversight at each election point. (at least that's the way its supposed to be...)

    (I don't have any personal interest in elections in America, just observing from the outside.)
     
  14. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    If you mean oversight of what some computer spits out with numbers; sure I guess. If you can also turn away from the idea that 1.2 Million Dead People have voted so far and some whole towns have been miscounted or ignored, I guess so too.
     
  15. ENF

    ENF Well-Known Member

    Oh, every location has computerized voting now? No more paper ballots? Last time I saw voting in America, they had these big mechanical machines you step into, close a curtain and use a mechanical selector to choose you wanted to vote for.

    If there is such a problem with voting mechanisms, why don't you change it? Certainly, there are people in power that launch investigations into situations where non-existent or dead people are voting? I mean, Florida went bat-**** crazy a number of years ago over 'chads'.
     
  16. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    Question for you....

    Do you believe the government has the best interest for the people?
    Do you believe the government does not take bribes or take any action which does not better their own lives, sometimes above the people?
    Do you think people in power are eager and willing to give up their power and all the perks with it?

    If you can honestly answer YES to all those, well please forward me their names.
     
  17. ENF

    ENF Well-Known Member

    Then I guess it's all one-big conspiracy if you don't have anyone in power that you can trust. That means everyone from the voter on up to the President of the United States is corrupt.

    Those are all questions I cannot answer, I'm just observing as I previously mentioned.

    There again, it's just a play on power. Those without power complain that those in power are corrupt and it would be exactly the same vice versa, nothing changes. My only real opinion about the American government: Stop trying to be the world's police. ;)
     
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