Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Riddle me this, Mr. Voter Fraud Man

Assuming that illegal aliens voted (almost certain, although to an unknown extent), how many voted Democrat and how many voted Republican?  The results from last night suggest there's not a huge illegal immigrant constituency for any party.

I could be wrong on this, but the results from last night were so lopsided that it's not at all clear.

I also wonder if the GOP will use this argument to push an amnesty program ("See? A lot of them must have voted for us!  They're natural Republicans!").  Stupid Party is stupid, but predictable.

6 comments:

Daddy Hawk said...

I think you are missing a major point or two. 1) there will be no calls for investigations into voter fraud because a) they know there was and b) they got beat anyway; and 2) the margin of posses off beats the margin of fraud.

R.K. Brumbelow said...

Also, this was hardly a landslide defeat or victory for either of the two major parties. Calling it lopsided is simply looking at the election results, not the votes. the votes were in many cases were much tighter. Take Perdue vs Nunn vs Swafford. Purdue won with only 53% of the vote, that to me at least is pretty darned close.

Jeffrey Smith said...

You are stuck on the idea that fraud occurs at the voting booth. The magician is misdirecting you. The real fraud is absentee ballots and stuffed boxes after the polls close.
Which is why any photo ID law that does not crack down on absentee ballots is useless. I know Wisconsin did, but any others?
And cynic that I am I know no reason to believe the GOP does not stuff boxes when it has the chance.

Graybeard said...

I think that you have no way of knowing if the demographics of voters matches the demographics of the population at large unless 100% of the population votes, and that never happens. The question is how that group influenced the totals and you can't know that without knowing what portion voted.

Otherwise it's a sampling question.

Glen Filthie said...

Possibly, GB.

Due to the political incorrectness of it I would wonder if maybe white, conservative America got so ticked off that they got off the couch and voted en masse - and that the media is carefully not noticing that fact because it would be racist and all that...

Old NFO said...

Between absentee, voting machines, and 'selective' counting, who frikkin knows... sigh