The first story spins off on the idea that voter rolls need to be purged of dead people and black voters. Wouldn't you be suspicious if inner city precincts didn't record at least one Romney vote? What the heck, this suspicious behavior should prompt a long look at the voter rolls…jaw dropping commentary by Fox News' Michael Barone:
The old democratic practice of voting without employer instructions may have resulted in the reelection of President Obama. The taker generation secured their handouts and big government spending for another four years, prompting a whole bunch of states to start the secession process… but it wasn't because he’s black…:
The Hill: Less than a week after President Obama's reelection, an online petition calling for Texas to secede from the Union has gained enough signatures to prompt a response from the White House. The petition is posted on "We the People," the White House's website for petitions. The Texas secession petition was posted on Nov. 9 and already has more than 27,000 signatures.
The petition does not explicitly cite President Obama's reelection as a reason to secede, but claims the nation continues to suffer because of the "federal government's neglect to reform domestic and foreign spending." The writers argue that leaving the United States would protect Texans "standard of living and re-secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers which are no longer being reflected by the federal government."