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The 2006 elections saw the most widespread and sophisticated election fraud our country has yet seen, combined with the greatest public confidence since 2000 that elections were honest and verifiable. That combination does not bode well for 2008.
The views of Senator John McCain are so far from those of most Americans, that Miller rightly refers to the Republicans as a fringe party. But that fringe party is perfecting election theft. The only way to prevent John McCain from being the next president would be to hand him such a whopping defeat that he could not plausibly claim to have honestly won. Sadly, Senator Obama (the Democratic nominee, barring an antidemocratic coup by super delegates) appears intent on avoiding a landslide at all costs and aiming, rather, for a tight victory of 1 or 2 percent. (And Senator Clinton appears intent on losing the election should she be miraculously nominated.)
... hand him (McCain) such a whopping defeat that he could not plausibly claim to have honestly won.
Originally posted by cashlink
reply to post by southern_Guardian
What are you talking about, Ron Paul is still running for the Republic race.
I hope you are not depending on TV for your information.
Please go to this link to find out what Ron Paul is doing .
You will find that he is still running for the President.