John Kerry Had a Million More Votes Than Mitt Romney

Here’s a little more salt for your wounds…

In 2004 Bush had 62 million votes and John F. Kerry had 59 million votes.

Even John Kerry had more votes in 2004 than Mitt Romney did yesterday. (57.4 million)
Now, that is just sad.

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  • JT

    You fight a war with the weapons you have (to paraphrase Rummy), not the ones you wish you had. Romney was probably the best we had but still came up short. He should have gone for the jugular on Bhengazi. That was where he fell short. Also, Keith Christie’s back stabbing gesture by embracing Obama after Sandy didn’t help. I hope this ends that fat f**k’s political career or he converts to Democrat. Weasel.

  • Patty

    We lost, they won, now what ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT.

    OF COURSE WE CAN compare forever votes but in the end Obama received more votes.

    So, now is the time to pick ourselves up and do something to win NEXT TIME.


    Video: Was last night’s big winner Marco Rubio?

    The appalling exit polls from yesterday’s loss shows a huge problem for Republicans in the shifting demographics of the nation. Mitt Romney won 58% of the white vote, but didn’t even hit 30% among any of the non-white demographics in the electorate, which comprised 28% of the overall vote. Barack Obama won 69% of the Latino vote, which will only grow from its present 10% in coming years. Mike Huckabee blasted the GOP’s efforts at outreach on Fox News last night:

    “What do you make of the racial divide we are seeing in vote totals,” Megyn Kelly asked.

    “I don’t see it as all that shocking. I mean, typically, people of color tend to vote Democratic anyway,” Huckabee began.

    “I think Republicans have done a pathetic job of reaching out to people of color – something we have to work on,” Huckabee continued. “Republicans have acted like they can’t get the vote, so they don’t try. And the result is that they don’t get the vote.”

    George Will has a recipe for that problem — more Marco Rubio:

    video and read more:

    Lick our wounds and keep believing in our hopes for a NEW TOMORROW.

  • Patty

    We are becoming a more Brown nation. And it is apparently clear we need a person or person who can speak to ALL Americans. That is a Tough job but CAN be done and TODAY, NOT TOMORROW is the time. We can’t wait because Obama will be gone in 4 years.

    That is enough time to get our DUCKS IN A ROW.

  • Wheezy

    Why didn’t Republicans come out and vote for Romney?
    Is it because there are a lot fewer Republicans out there than people think there are?

    Total failure on the part of the Republican party.

  • bigkahuna

    It is now the Parasite Party and the Sucker Party.

    The Suckers will keep getting raped until they decide one day they have had enough and shut down.

    Its as I have said for You give a man a fish you feed a man for a day, You teach a man to fish you feed him for a life.

    The parasite party steals the fish from the fisherman, calls him rich and evil and tell him he doesnt pay his fair share, gives the fish to the lazy, stupid and dependent and says what are you looking at…Keep fishing oh and do it the $500 license, $200 catching fee, $100 environment fee and be sure you only use solar power to power anything.

    Pretty soon the fisherman will stop fishing……

  • asdf

    I don’t believe that.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    So where did that one and a half million go?

    If you can find out the answer to that question, then that may also be the answer to why Romney lost.

  • donh

    Romney did not win 50% of Republican support in the primary . Anyone listening to Mark Levin knows how many times he expressed WORRY about Romney throughout the primary , but once the deal was done we all worked hard for Romney…Unfortunately Romney wanted to be Mr Nice guy Gentleman taking issue after issue off the table. Romney put get along bi partisianship to the front of the ballot and LOST…and sure enough the message post election is we need to be more like democrats and move forward the communist agenda.

  • bigkahuna

    I also say Republicans when they when they start talking tax hikes…. GOP agrees To raise taxes on the parasite class. Democrats can pay higher taxes Republicans will keep the same cuts

  • sirriptishous

    Am I the only person who does not believe that number? Let me put it this way. I worked phones for Romney campaign and there was MUCH MORE enthusiasm and certainly MORE numbers voting than in 08. Now Obama had LESS voters turn out for him than in 08 and we still lose??

    You ponder that folks because I already did last night and find it very disturbing.

    Does our vote count any longer? I highly doubt it and smell something quite foul.

  • bigkahuna

    I smell voter fraud

  • ponderon

    Salvage warned back in April that election had already been rigged, but apparently no one took the warning seriously…….

  • Cargosquid

    If MILLIONS of Republicans (NOT libertarians, etc) refuse to fight Obama, if they refuse to defend their supposed principles, knowing what was at stake in this election, then

    I quit.

    Enact every freaking Democrat plan. Every. Single. One. Gun rights….what’s that? Abortion on demand and free? Sure. Spend more money? Why not? It’s investing in the future. Kowtow to foreigners? We Americans have to know our place.

    Full Speed Ahead Forward!

  • RM

    It’s certainly at least partially due to turnout:

    Romney (57.4mm) did get ~2 million fewer votes than Kerry (59mm) did in 2004 but Obama (60.2mm) also got ~2 million fewer than did Bush in 2004 (62mm)

    Obama got 9 million fewer votes than he did in 2008 (69.5mm) and Romney got ~2 million fewer than McCain did in 2008 (59.9mm).

  • donh

    Well if it was voter fraud why not take back the house for Pelosi too? They had the power to rig it for Obama but not enough power to take out Michelle Bachmann ?….NO…This was a repeat of the RINO sandbag operation we saw in the Obamacare ruling where all the FOX/AM radio media teased up our expectations prior to the ruling while the people at the top running the show had a loss by design programmed against us from the start….because too many people at the top levels of our party are DEMOCRATS with an assignment to negotiate our failure and surrender.

  • midusdew

    Makes me wonder if votes were not counted or there was so much voter fraud in the previous elections…. I would bet votes were not counted.

  • bigkahuna

    I also place a big part of this on Justice Roberts for not rejecting Obamacare and allowing Obama a win on it. That Bastage handed him a huge victory and failed to do his freaking Job. What a sellout and traitor he is

  • Bill Mitchell

    When the results don’t match the evidence you must question the results.

    There was a little known story before the election of an “experimental software patch” being used on vote tabulation machines in OH. It was installed right before the election and despite being illegal, was not reviewed by anyone for accuracy.

    Who knows what happened in other states?

    But something must explain how we had 14% higher EV in OH, plus a 15 point lead with Indies plus an R+3 electorate plus huge ED turnout and ended up D+8 result. It simply does not compute.

    If Dem turnout was down and Rep turnout was down, who were the record crowds at polling sites?

    Remember, this is the same Admin that gave us the forged birth certificate.

  • eloivsdiablo

    What sirriptishous said…

  • Robodog7

    I think that millions of Romney votes got deleted by rigged voting machines. I refuse to believe the numbers. All day long the media showed record long lines, poll were kept open late to accommodate the enormous turnout. This election was stolen. period.