WTF??? Vote count rigged!!!

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posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by daaskapital
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Yeah mate, you will here the reporter talk over her, but you can hear her count in the 30's. then skips to 50!


I went back to 7:58 pm, and saw the woman counting votes. I think you heard her wrong. She started counting at 46, but it was a little hard to hear so I can understand it sounding like she was counting in the thirties, but it was 46,47, 48, 49,50....72 for Romney.

Good to check though, got to keep an eye on these things.




posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:22 PM
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Santorum's numbers are amazing to me. Here we have a guy who has been polling at under 10% through out the whole process but in one week sky rocketed to 20+ percent? That is a lot of minds to change in a very short time.

Personally I can not stand the guy. He just comes off the a know it all, cocky bastard to me. Much like people I used to beat up in high school.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:23 PM
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Do not worry folks, We are watching the watchers!
Second line reserved for My Second amendement.

Go Dr. Paul!



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:23 PM
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Awww fishsticks. I was hoping we could force that rich greedy B@#$%$# out of the race



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:24 PM
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I re-watched it, and it sounds like she says "37,38,49,50"



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:26 PM
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She sounded pretty clear to me as 47,48,49,50.

Believe me, I wish it didn't!



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:26 PM
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Santorum is gaining, Shot from 3rd to a tie with Ron for 1st. Every said he would get a majority of the evangelical votes



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:28 PM
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To be fair look at the 2004 and 2008 election, it is widely known that these where fixed, they even left out a whole state in 2004! The american electoral system is fraudulent, not saying that the UK is any better, but don't be getting your hopes up.

If Ron Paul becomes the republican candidate, expect a second term for Obama.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:31 PM
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The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything. - Joseph Stalin



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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I feel like some here are overly anticipating the rigging of this caucus and as such are looking for any sign to scream bloody mary. Just calm down, whether it's rigged or not doesn't really matter as it's a caucus...not an election for office. It's unfortunate if it is rigged but outside of ATS and other similar groups it won't get much attention as it won't be obvious to random MSM viewers. Mike Huckabee won the last republican caucus in Iowa if I'm not mistaken, was he the nominee? There are other states, if they rig it in every state then the party is just going to cause self inflicted damage and go the way of the wigs. If they don't give Paul a fair chance he'll probably run independent which means another 4 years with Obama because some would stay Republican(Romney) and a good amount would vote for Paul...splitting the votes that could possibly elect Paul if he were just the republican candidate.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:36 PM
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Originally posted by Epirus
I feel like some here are overly anticipating the rigging of this caucus and as such are looking for any sign to scream bloody mary. Just calm down, whether it's rigged or not doesn't really matter as it's a caucus...not an election for office. It's unfortunate if it is rigged but outside of ATS and other similar groups it won't get much attention as it won't be obvious to random MSM viewers. Mike Huckabee won the last republican caucus in Iowa if I'm not mistaken, was he the nominee? There are other states, if they rig it in every state then the party is just going to cause self inflicted damage and go the way of the wigs. If they don't give Paul a fair chance he'll probably run independent which means another 4 years with Obama because some would stay Republican(Romney) and a good amount would vote for Paul...splitting the votes that could possibly elect Paul if he were just the republican candidate.


I think you might find a good number of Democrats vote for Paul as well. Might be the closest thing to a three way race we have had, well maybe ever.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:38 PM
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Originally posted by Changetwothousandtwelve
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I'm sure someone has it recorded and it will show on YouTube, I too thought i heard her skip. If she did we all know Romney payed her off probably(or one of his friends from the Elite).
If so say bye bye to Romney


We all should know by now we are in an augmented reality. We think we vote for the person we feel should lead "the FREE world known as America;" but in the grand scheme of things TPTB are the ones running the machine. (hate to use that acronym but it is so fitting for any and all elections around the world.)

We bicker of liberals, conservatives, dems, repubs, left, rt, libertarian......and behind the curtain there is a group sipping the "nectar of the Gods and smoking huccas (sp?) cubans and chewing cocoa leaves," massaging their pompus egos and know who exactly will land in the great oval room. So much hoopla, over exageration of coverage, nauseating roller coaster of rolling polls and a small state as IOWA is to look at as if it holds the crown of the next king.....when the king makers aren't even in this country.

AND YES I WILL STILL VOTE, begrudingly of course because the liars, cheats, theives of our reality will continue to persuade us that we have the right to liberty, freedom and the power to chose our leader...in the end we are just choosing what form of slavery will be endoctrinated come NOV 2012....now excuse me while I go have a shot o' kettle one which I was able to buy on Sunday in my state for the first time.
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posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:39 PM
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I don't exactly understand the caucus's, but someone said, approx half the state's delegates get decided by the caucus's and the other half by the party itself, so do you think the Republican party of Iowa will give those other half of votes to RP?
Doubt it. We are all just probably wasting our time tonight, keeping up with this.

I am watching CNN and they take every opportunity to drop RP from the counts on screen. Just sickening.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:45 PM
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Originally posted by rogerstigers

Originally posted by Epirus
I feel like some here are overly anticipating the rigging of this caucus and as such are looking for any sign to scream bloody mary. Just calm down, whether it's rigged or not doesn't really matter as it's a caucus...not an election for office. It's unfortunate if it is rigged but outside of ATS and other similar groups it won't get much attention as it won't be obvious to random MSM viewers. Mike Huckabee won the last republican caucus in Iowa if I'm not mistaken, was he the nominee? There are other states, if they rig it in every state then the party is just going to cause self inflicted damage and go the way of the wigs. If they don't give Paul a fair chance he'll probably run independent which means another 4 years with Obama because some would stay Republican(Romney) and a good amount would vote for Paul...splitting the votes that could possibly elect Paul if he were just the republican candidate.


I think you might find a good number of Democrats vote for Paul as well. Might be the closest thing to a three way race we have had, well maybe ever.


Very good point. I was just thinking it'd be nice if Obama had a solid competitor against him. I assumed that if Paul ran as an independent it would mostly split the republican votes but that's not necessarily true. Maybe what America needs is an intense three way race. Thank you for opening my mind to that thought.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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9:50 pm Eastern Time CNN Keeps Pushing Romney What BS.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:51 PM
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Ron Paul is coming 3rd



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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this is such bull$h1t, a blonde reporter on CNN was interviewing a young soldier saying that if Ron Paul wins it will be dangerous because he will pull troops out of a lot of the countries. The young soldier started saying that it will be more dangerous if we start nitpicking wars with countries like Iraq and that's where CNN cut him off and said they are having technical difficulties. Anyone else see this ? This type of sh...crap annoys me



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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Trigulation ....hmm....could get boring. Only because...Triangulation with active beacons is widely
used in the absolute localization of mobile robots. The
Geometric Triangulation algorithm allows the selflocalization
of a robot on a plane. However, the three
beacons it uses must be “properly ordered” and the algorithm
works consistently only when the robot is
within the triangle formed by these beacons.

With that said, I am far from a mathematician nor did I achieve anything above a C in Algebra but with your statement the algorithm came to mind for the first time in over 22 yrs. Wow....you actually may need geometry in everyday life, after you live a couple of decades.

My fear is RP could not hold up a debate with Obama....but I would bet my life for him to lead me into our days ahead to save what our founding fathers created vs the Obamanation of our current unsuccessful muse. Santorum has got a sense about him that resonates with many as well.....If these two could stay alive and splinter as independents- possible running mates - who knows. I would lay that bet for their leadership than what flip flop Romney and Newt are pushing, even though Newt has great ideas....but has had some bad ones as well. Give Santorum and RP a chance with the slogan....we have seen inside the honeycomb and now how to bring it down would demolish the Grate Oral-cly speaking Hussein (sp incorrectly on purpose!)



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 09:39 PM
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this is such bull$h1t, a blonde reporter on CNN was interviewing a young soldier saying that if Ron Paul wins it will be dangerous because he will pull troops out of a lot of the countries. The young soldier started saying that it will be more dangerous if we start nitpicking wars with countries like Iraq and that's where CNN cut him off and said they are having technical difficulties. Anyone else see this ? This type of sh...crap annoys me
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I never watch CNN or listen to NPR,

for that reason.

I predict if Ron does well people used to the MSM will suspect cheating.



edit on 3-1-2012 by kawika because: corectolated spel'n err



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 09:44 PM
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I almost never watch it either, but I have it in the background now so I can keep my eye on the results. It's so obvious how much CNN hates Ron Paul, not only with this incident, but in general how much they try to put him down.





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