No, seriously, this is up at UnSkewedPolls right now.
UnSkewed Polls Post Election SurveyHAHAHA. They just can't give it up. I like the ACORN throwback, myself.
Three election scenarios
Please read these and decide which one you believe is closest to the truth of what happened on election day:
Scenario 1: The polls really were skewed, Romney did lead by at least two or three percent in the popular vote and was headed to victory in just about all the key swing states and would have won more than 300 electoral votes as predicted by Dick Morris, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Barone, many others including the election projection by two Univ. of Colorado professors that had predicted the last eight elections before 2012 correctly. But it was massive vote fraud (ACORN votes, electronic voting machines programmed to turn Romney votes into Obama votes, etc.) in the key swing states that won Obama all those states, swung the popular vote and won him the election that Romney should have won.
Scenario 2: The polls were fairly accurate and the race really was tied or close to that on election day, and Romney was headed to a very narrow win with 275 or 279 electoral votes and the popular vote being with in a few tenths of one percent. Targeted vote fraud in the key swing states only, was all that was needed to win for Obama those states and the election overall.
Scenario 3: The polls were right, there was no significant level of vote fraud if any at all, and Barack Obama was legitimately reelected because he legitimatley got enough voters out in enough states to win the 332 electoral votes he won.
Which of the above scenarios do you believe is closer to the truth of what actually happened in the 2012 election?
Scenario 1 -- Massive vote fraud
Scenario 2 -- Some vote fraud
Scenario 3 -- Obama legitimately reelected
Please click submit below to finish the survey.
Psssst, Dean? Lean in.
Wanna know how we won?
We got more votes than you, you dumbass.