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January 24, 2013

Letter: Election outcome could have changed

Isn’t it amazing that no Democrat mentioned the accusation of fraud in the Nov. 6 election? Not really. Why did the Democrats not want voter ID, to be sure that the person voting was legal? The Republicans wanted it to ensure honesty. In the states that had photo ID, Romney won. Perhaps we would have a new president if every state had used photo ID. No wonder Holder worked so hard to prevent such assurance of honesty.

A programmer swore under oath that (some) voting machines were rigged. Several times, persons reported that when they voted for Romney, Obama’s name came up. How would that have changed the outcome in Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Colorado? In Florida, St. Lucie County, Obama got 72,159 more votes than the number of people registered. Why didn’t an honest Democrat question that?

Obama won in Michigan when the Republicans won the governorship, both houses and the Supreme Court. That is suspicious. In 21 districts in Cleveland and 59 districts in Philadelphia, Romney got no votes. Incidentally, most of my information was compiled by Joseph Farah. Obama won four critical states by 500,000 votes. It would have been nice to have had photo ID in those states and an assurance that all machines were working correctly.

I believe the outcome would have been different if more evangels had voted and followed the Bible instead of the party.

Bob Ivy

Anderson

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