That's right 75% of the people who voted for obama are on food stamps.
This is the reason why anyone who is on welfare or food stamps should not be allowed to vote. If you can't manage to feed yourself you certainly shouldn't be allowed to determine who leads this country.
No, your math skills are terrible. Also, denying citizens of the country the right to vote because of their financial status is completely against what your democratic system stands for. It's wrong, it would make a mockery of democracy everywhere, and could easily be comparable with past attempts in other nations throughout history to prevent people from voting based on their culture, religion, race, etc, none of which, were good things. In fact, they were terrible things, and your country(and mine) have fought wars to save and protect that right(among many other reasons).
But anyway, on to the part where your math is absolutely horrendous.
In 2012, 47.1 million people were on food stamps(most quotes I found said 46.7, but, to give you the best possible odds of being correct, I went with the highest quote I could find). Now, 48% of those were under 18 and hence ineligible to vote, so you have 22,608,000 people on Food stamps eligible to vote.
Now, Obama got a grand total of 59,621,436 votes.
22608000/59621436 equals about 37% of his vote.
Now, we all know **** well that not every single one of those people voted, so that percentage is even less, adding to that, that despite what some may think, I guarantee that a portion of those voted for Romney or a third party candidate(the votes have to come from someone, after all). We will also note that the only quote I could find with any great ease, as to the amount of votes Obama received was from the morning after the election with results still coming in, and hence, the percentage of food stamp votes in relation to the popular vote, declines further.
In conclusion, your statement that 75% of those who voted for Obama are on Food Stamps is very, very incorrect. You either have absolutely terrible sources, or you have no sources and just made a random assumption, but, in reality, you can't argue with math. Math, until you get into super-complicated theoretical physics stuff, is an exact science.
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So basically, you're dead @#%^ing wrong. Edited, Nov 16th 2012 8:29am by Driftwood