Tom, Dick, And Harry-Foolery…

Yes, it was alive and well in Philadelphia on Election Day. Mayor Squidward Michael Nutter, however, said that talk of voter fraud in Philadelphia is “crap.”

It’s one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning figure: In 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote.

Still, was there not one contrarian voter in those 59 divisions, where unofficial vote tallies have President Obama outscoring Romney by a combined 19,605 to 0?

The unanimous support for Obama in these Philadelphia neighborhoods – clustered in almost exclusively black sections of West and North Philadelphia – fertilizes fears of fraud, despite little hard evidence.

“Little evidence” according to Philadelphia’s newspapers, which are to the far left of Keith Olbermann. To people with common sense, this statistic is eye-raising . . .

Larry Sabato thinks something is rotten in Denmark, too:

Larry Sabato, a political scientist at the University of Virginia who has studied African American precincts, said he had occasionally seen 100 percent of the vote go for the Democratic candidate. Chicago and Atlanta each had precincts that registered no votes for Republican Sen. John McCain in 2008.

“I’d be surprised if there weren’t a handful of precincts that didn’t cast a vote for Romney,” he said. But the number of zero precincts in Philadelphia deserves examination, Sabato added. “Not a single vote for Romney or even an error? That’s worth looking into,” he said.

I’m not going to really get into this because I don’t have the stomach for politics anymore. That being said, there are only two conclusions which can be reached from this story. Either voter fraud was rampant in Philly on Election Day (again), or the predominantly black voters of West and North Philly are flat-out racists.

There, I said it.

18 thoughts on “Tom, Dick, And Harry-Foolery…

  1. Jon Brooks

    It really isn’t politics Wyatt. What it really is is a battle between good and evil which is probably one of the biggest reasons you became a policeman, to throw in on the good side of the equation. That the evil is intertwined with political concerns makes it especially unpalatable for alot of people. On the bright side Texas has enough vote to put succession on their ballot. :)

  2. Dr. Evil

    Mr. Brooks, I proudly signed that Texan Succession Petition. If they go, I’m driving there. Wanna car pool?

    1. Jon Brooks

      Will we be able to afford gas by then? Also I’ve got Margo, 6 cats and one large dog we’ll need a semi. lol

  3. Jim Scrummy

    Sad. Nothing more to say. I’m with you on the political bent, need a break for awhile.

    Texas…already have been looking for work there.

  4. John D

    “Either voter fraud was rampant in Philly on Election Day (again), or the predominantly black voters of West and North Philly are flat-out racists.”

    “C”, all of the above?

  5. loaded dice in vegas

    In a Chicago polling place (project) in the 70′s a dem precinct captain came in with No rep. votes. His ward boss told him to never do that again as it would bring too much “heat” down on the organization. My buddy was assigned that polling place and heard it all.

    Nothing changes…….

  6. Bob G.

    I’m STILL hearing the disaster that posed as voting in Philly.
    Hell, I know there HAD to have been TENS OF THOUSANDS (if not a helluva lot MORE) in Philadelphia that DID NOT vote for Obummer…so WTF happened to THOSE votes anyway??

    And WHEN did the minority vote turnoutEVER EXCEED 20% in ANY election???
    (they prefer to “sleep in”)

    I’m smelling 3 day old fish on THAT sidewalk…(probably near Tioga St. west of Kensington…lol)
    Only one word – FRAUD!

    Roll safe out there.

  7. Wyatt Earp Post author

    Jon – They’ve gotta stop with that. Secession will never happen, but worse still, it shows that a whole lot of people would rather give up than fight to save their country.

    Dr. Evil – Signing a petition that will be viewed by the universally-vengeful Obama administration? I’ll pass.

    Jim – From what I’m told, you’ll want to steer clear of Houston. Liberal bastion.

    John D – You’re probably correct. I work in North Philly and trust me when I tell you, a good number of the despise whitey.

    Metoo – The surprise was that they were so blatant about it.

    Wes S. – Yup. If I were a poll watcher, I’d make them call the police to take me away.

    LDIV – I dare say Philadelphia is passing Chicago in corruption. And our “Mayor” denies it.

    Bob G. – I can see him winning an entire district, but 59 of them? Bullshit.

    Old NFO – I believe so. I sincerely hope Governor Corbett gets off his ass and looks to implement voter ID laws.

  8. formwiz

    The states Zero won didn’t have voter ID, the states Romney did had it.

    Consider, too, that 8 million white guys are still unaccounted for in the turnouts.

    Everybody “thinks” they stayed home, but there’s no real evidence to back it up.

    Bloggers all over the Rightosphere (RedState being the exception) were exhorting people to vote for Romney. There was an enthusiasm gap on the R side even the network polls conceded. You didn’t hear the “I’ll die before I vote for Romney” the way you did with McCain.

    How many R votes flipped to the “default” all over the country?

    It’s all Chicago. It’s what they do.

    Demographics, my foot.

  9. Crusty

    Can’t believe one of those voters didn’t pull the wrong handle by mistake. Oh…. wait a minute maybe they were all gratis Harvard graduates

  10. AjdShootist

    Dont forget the Dead vote Democrat, also they are so stupid that they think the KKK is a republican organisation and that as BHO likes to channel Old Abe Lincoln all the time he was a Democrat.

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