You're misunderstanding what's happening. You are just zoomed far in in time, such that you are looking at individual frames. Keyframes are placed at frame boundaries.
The only way that you can get keyframes off of frame boundaries is by changing the frame rate of the composition after creating the keyframes.
Ah, sorry about that.. but I still don't understand why... Both are the same video, from two different projects in Premier. I had a text edit to make, The sequences are the same fps, and same length. I have tried as you said, from changing my frame rate from 29.97 to 100, all the way down to 1. No matter where I have it I still can't bring those things to the same positions there were in the first video, even though everything is exactly the same. There must be a simpler solution than having to redo all of that.