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romneyisatool - Nov 3, 2012 11:19pm, #42595

So, tell me, JGalt: how does your pathetic lie change the fact that Romney won't be sitting in the White House for the next four years? Whoever wins it next week(Mitt or O) "stole it fair and square." Your words here and elsewhere wont change that reality

romneyisatool - Nov 3, 2012 11:18pm, #42594

So, tell me, JGalt: how does your pathetic lie change the fact that Romney won't be sitting in the White House for the next four years? Who wins it next week "stole it fair and square." Your words here and elsewhere wont change that reality.

romneyisatool - Nov 3, 2012 11:16pm, #42593

Romney hasn't even lost yet and already the conspiracy theory mumbo jumbo is starting. Really, JGalt? So if Romney wins, it's okay. But if Obama wins, the only way it's possible is if it was stolen. LMAO..You forgot that bigfoot and Elvis are in on it too

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 10:57pm, #42592

There's also reports of Tagg Romney being linked to Hart InterCivic.

JGalt - Nov 3, 2012 10:51pm, #42591

there are already stories of voting machines casting early votes for "O" even when voting for Romney... WHen only 2,800 show up for an Obama Rally in Ohio and 10 times plus show up for Romney- it will be interesting to see if Ohio gets stolen from Romney

JGalt - Nov 3, 2012 10:49pm, #42590

RR can spell it right! LMAO

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 8:07pm, #42589

Enjoy them. Tip your bartender. Take a taxi. =)

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 8:06pm, #42588

@cranky.. It was fun, mate. Leaving for a night of cold pints. Farewell. Cheers!

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 8:05pm, #42587

@WTFO: Since you're buying the winners a round, I'd like a Guiness, mate.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 8:04pm, #42586

Sorry, Rebecca, for making your poster the battleground for math&reason vs. the retarded math skills of Arnnatz. Please forgive me, lass. Time to grab a pint with the mates. It was fun. Until the morrow!

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 8:03pm, #42585

Getting nervous yet WTFO?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 8:01pm, #42584

*live = win. lol... I guess for Mitt, it does represent a professional death of sorts, though. The GOP will crucify him the day after, blaming him until he goes back to England where his seed originated.lol..Almost feel sorry for the wanker.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 8:01pm, #42583

live = win. lol... I guess for Mitt, it does represent a professional death of sorts, though. The GOP will crucify him the day after, blaming him until he goes back to England where his seed originated.lol..Almost feel sorry for the wanker.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:59pm, #42582

If that was an attempt at wit, or an insult, you lost me. Apparently, the only thing more retarded than your math skills is your ability (of lack-there-of) to mock someone. Is this really Chris Rock playing the part of a retarded teabagger? If so, funny

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:57pm, #42581

@arnnatz:According to the odds at this point,if you vote for Romney, it won't make that much of a difference..considering Mitt has only a 5% chance to live.lol..You forgot to register to vote, didnt you?

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:56pm, #42580

The text in the ph**o says Katrina. Oops. Time to start reading your posters before you submit them Vik.

arnnatz - Nov 3, 2012 7:55pm, #42579

Let me guess, you live near a leaking nuclear power plant, don't you?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:52pm, #42578

@crankyface: After he displayed his incredibly laughable, borderline-retarded understanding of basic junior high-level math and probability, I wouldn't be too insulted by anything this pea-brained wanker says.That's like getting mad at the special ed kids

arnnatz - Nov 3, 2012 7:51pm, #42577

and the difference between you and me is that I can vote in the election. I have the ability to make a difference, you don't.

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:48pm, #42576

Nothing makes him angrier than when he tries to insult me, and it turns out to be a compliment.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:47pm, #42575

Aren't those his wives and children? Mormons be getting busy these days...

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:46pm, #42574

If Obama wins on Tuesday, shouldn't republicans just accept that it's god's will?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:46pm, #42573

@crankyface: Here's a funny one. Want to know the difference between mathematical science and arnnatz? Math science looks at the facts and draws conclusions from them. Arnnatz invents his own conclusions and tries to distort the facts to fit them.

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:44pm, #42572

Does Romney hand out free Prozac at his rallies or what?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:41pm, #42571

@arnnatz: Here is the projection: Obama:323 Romney:215 Meta-margin: Obama +2.98% Probability of Obama victory: Random Drift 98.0%,Bayesian Prediction 99.8%.So if Obama wins, before you say "he stole the election" look back at this post. How was I right?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:39pm, #42570

So,yes, there is a very small chance Romney could win just like there is a very small chance you could beat up Bruce Lee in a fight. But would you feel comfortable with the odds? Would you say, "Yeah, I got a 50/50% chance of kicking Bruce Lee's arse."lol

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:37pm, #42569

@arnnatz: It's becoming something like 18 tosses of coin out of 20 if you really want to know the truth. But I don't want to hurt the bloke's feelings.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:36pm, #42568

You are right. And if you fought Mike Tyson, you still have a chance to win, no matter HOW small. He could walk into the ring and have a heart attack. He could slip on a wet spot and hit his head on your fist. But the chances of that happens are so small.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:35pm, #42567

@arnnatz:So ready for the truth? Take this example I give you to any math professor and ask him if Im wrong.You wont find a single math teacher who disagrees: For Romney to win, he would need to toss a coin 10 times and win 8 times.Do you like those odds?

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:34pm, #42566

I'll wager there's a 50% chance it's lower than that. =)

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:32pm, #42565

@arnnatz:Curious. What was your SAT score in math? 80 points? lol

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:32pm, #42564

@arnnatz: Want more proof? Math is still against you. When you go to sleep tonight,there are only two outcomes: you will wake up tomorrow OR you won't and will die in your sleep. Does that mean you have a 50% chance of living until tomorrow? LOL Uh, no

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:30pm, #42563

@arnnatz:And no one in Vegas would take those odds on you beating Tyson. You probably have a very small chance of winning, even though only two outcomes work. That's not how probability works.

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:29pm, #42562

Really? That's a logical fallacy, mate. Want proof? Math is against you: If Mike Tyson and you got into a boxing ring, sure, there is only two outcomes: Tyson could win OR you could win. But that mean you have a 50% chance of beating Mike Tyson? LOL No...

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:27pm, #42561

@arnnatz:So if your boy Mitt has a 5% chance of winning OR at best--if polls are rigged--a 17% chance of winning,do you feel comfortable popping the cork off that campaign bottle? I majored in behavior statistics in College, mate. You'll lose this debate

arnnatz - Nov 3, 2012 7:26pm, #42560

however, the odds for a single toss are 50-50

crankyhead - Nov 3, 2012 7:26pm, #42559

What's the median temperature of arctic ice in Kelvin degrees? Around 240. Oops. Aren't you supposed to be ignoring me?

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:25pm, #42558

@arnnatz:So since the chance of state polls being biased is so insignicant we can discount it.Even if they are,Silver's model accounts for this and gives Romney a 16% chance of winning.If the polls are not biased (and they are not) his chance drops to 5%

fauxnews - Nov 3, 2012 7:23pm, #42557

@arnnatz:In other words, the chance of all the state polls being biased against Romney is 1 in 50000 at this point because the results of these polls have been independently verified.

arnnatz - Nov 3, 2012 7:23pm, #42556

This statement in the article says it all: "But they're still just polls: measures of what someone told a pollster they will do at a point in the future, not what they will do."

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