Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Playing with Numbers in the 2008 Presidential Election.

Playing with numbers...

The Mainstream medias assault on Sarah Palin cost the Republican party 2.5 million voters who switched, for a 5 million vote swing.

John McCain was portrayed as too old even though his 96 year old mother accompanied McCain on the campaign trail and could kick the butt of many of the pundits who said John McCain was too old. Loss of another 2.5 million voters for another 5 million voter swing.

Barack Obama accepting over 200 million dollars in undocumented donations, another 2.5 million voters affected, for another 5 million vote swing.

The media used the above results to create an illusion that it was McCain who was desperate, another 2.5 million voters lost, another 5 million vote swing.

Bill and Hillary Clinton encouraging voters to vote for Barack Obama, another 2.5 million voters, for a swing of 5 million.

In terms of raw numbers it would be too simplistic to say that the above total cost John McCain 25 million votes. It is likely that more than one of the above affected the same voter. So even though there was a potential 25 million vote swing, I would say that average voter probably was affected by 3 of the 5 big reasons given above. So subtracting 15 million from the above we get a potential 10 million swing in voters if none of the big five had happened up above.

This years race would have been a virtual tie if Bill and Hillary Clinton had not been involved, and if Bill and Hillary Clinton had jumped ship over to McCain's side, they might have made enough of a difference to swing the race to John McCain, although they would have create a scenario in which both sides of the political landscape at one time either loved them, or hated them.

I wonder how many will respect the Clintons.

Monday, November 3, 2008

What is Fair Reflection?

Fair Reflection is a democrat tenet in which each state's population must be fairly accounted for in the voting process. The purpose of Fair Reflection is to not ignore any group. 

Fair Reflection is a tenet that was urinated on this year, and we can thank George Soros, David Axelrod, Barack Obama and democratic party Higher ups for that.

If you lived in a caucus state and work a swing shift or two jobs, or are elderly, retired, the head of a household that can't take supper time off and spend the night caucus voting, or are a single parent, the democratic party basically took your vote away. 

All of these groups were passed over in the caucus states by the democrat party. I consider it fraud to use fair reflection in democrat bylaws, but then not practice them in reality, it certainly is bait and switch at the least.