A lot of people have a lot of questions about the election. It's understandable, when you consider most people can't be bothered to think for themselves or pay attention to federally required classes on U.S. government. Here are some of the dumbest questions I've seen, and some of my own snarky remarks.
Majority rule is the law of the land. You can be ahead by a percent of a percent and still win, because that is a majority. Any basic math class will teach you that. Next stupid question?
The President does not have the power to magically change laws. There are two other branches of government for a reason. Checks and balances, dude. It's a thing. It's real. It's tangible. It exists. You can even see, touch, and taste it in action. Also, Hillary Clinton is running for president in 2016. Duh.
Well, that MIGHT be due to the fact that Romney bowed out of the election. That might ALSO be due to the fact that votes were in, at least in California, by 11pm ET.
I don't think this guy knows the definition of tyranny.
1. a sovereign or other ruler who uses power oppressively or unjustly.
2. any person in a position of authority who exercises power oppressively or despotically.
3. a tyrannical or compulsory influence.
4. an absolute ruler, especially one in ancient Greece or Sicily
I don't think Obama fits that description in the least
The election wasn't faked. Obviously Romney isn't human. He must be some supernatural creature incapable of casting shadow, much like vampires don't have reflections.
That would be due to the fact that conservative states tend to be less densely populated. That means fewer representatives in the Electoral College. Government 101.