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Rove and Morris could very well have been right if it wasn't for the massive voter fraud. Why isn't there a big outcry on the voter fraud? Why is Allen West the only one fighting his election? This election should have been declared illegal with the massive voter fraud and the fact that members of the military did not get to vote. Why is WND the only one fighting it? As to Patriotic Patriot: how can you be a patriot if you haven't a clue what's going on in your country. Philadelphia had 59 precincts that reported 100% votes for Obama. Do you really believe that. And if there was corruption in the Presidential race, don't you think it was there also for the Senate and House races. Also, I believe it was Ohio (and probably more states that I haven't heard of) that reported 104% and 108% in some precincts. Others reported more votes that there were citizens in the precincts. Read the WND reports before you post on it.
On Monday, Morris will go to work for Rayfield and Talk Radio 1210 WPHT Philadelphia, a CBS station. He’ll be on live from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Morris’s arrangement with WPHT requires him to be in Philadelphia a couple of days per week, as part of the station’s commitment to going all local (as opposed to syndicated) and all conservative.
Rayfield cites a number of positives that Morris will bring to his airwaves:
• “What was attractive to us was this guy helped run the United States of America. This guy has helped officials from all over the world get elected,” says Rayfield.
• ”Dick Morris is one of the most brilliant men of our times, and we were thrilled to have him,” says Rayfield.