Barack Obama
The Internet is screaming with headlines of how Obama “stole the 2008 election” through voter fraud. The source are some leaked strategy memos from the McCain campaign. However, the headlines are far from justified when reading more in depth. The main salient allegation here is this:

1) The black Dems were caught stuffing the ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio as reported the night of the election and Sen. McCain chose not to fight. The matter is not dead inside the party. It now becomes a matter of sequence now as to how and when to “out”. 

Given that the best evidence here is a three and a half year old unsupported email, a couple of questions become apparent. First of all what proof is there of them being caught?
Secondly, Obama won Ohio by 262, 000 votes, he won Pennsylvania by 620,000 votes.Did these black Democrats stuff 882,000 ballots? If not, Obama would have still won both states. If so, Obama would have still won the electoral college by a solid margin.
Anyone who stuffed ballot boxes should be prosecuted criminally, but its easy to see why the McCain campaign or State parties never made a big deal over this. If there were 20,000 or 30,000 ballots stuffed in a couple states, they still lost. Making a big public complaint about this as a sort of bloody shirt would only make Republicans look petty and like sore losers.
Though to hear people talk, no one’s lost an election since 2000. Florida 2000, of course, was stolen by the Bushes, 2004 was stolen by Diebold, 2008 was now stolen by ballot-stuffing Blacks, and the only reason Ron Paul hasn’t won every single primary and Caucus in 2012 is massive voter fraud.
Allegations of voter fraud and manipulation are understandable, particularly in the face of a result like a presidential election coming to 537 votes in a large state. However, when people complain that a clear election like Obama’s 08 victory or Bush’s 04 victory was stolen on scant evidence, it undermines the whole basis for our representative government.If 600,000 ballots were secretly stuffed in Ohio and Pennsylvania, then it makes it a worthless action to even bother with voting and when people start to think the system is rigged with probably millions of ballots being stuffed, you’ve created a dangerous situation.
On the other hand, the cry of “stolen election” quickly becomes like the boy calling wolf. If we were wise, all sides of the political arguments would refrain from claiming voter fraud unless there was real evidence something occurred that affected the election outcome.
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