Even though president Obama didn't need to win any swing state to be re-elected due to Republicans pathetic weakness as a party, he won them all, adding Florida to the list and upping Obamas electoral vote count to 332.
But what worries me is the fact that Florida took 4 days to decide where their electoral votes would go, setting up another scenario where if the election hinged on Florida, four days is plenty of time for voting shenanigans.
If anyone should be worried about this its republicans, as Florida has gone for the democrat in the past 2 elections, they should be wanting electoral reform as Romneys popular vote total was much closer to Obama compared to the electoral college, only 3.3 million votes behind. A 3% difference comapred to a 60% difference should raise some eyebrows.
What is even more stunning about the election is that republicans were able to maintain control of the house even though they received far far fewer votes than Democrats did, setting up a true banana republic where all votes are counted differently.
If this election has shown anything its that democracy requires constant upkeep so it does not rot away into oblivion.