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Iowa Election fraud

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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:11 PM
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"We've been reporting on a number of key points about the way the voting and counting will be carried out in tonight's Iowa Caucuses (beginning at 7p CT), all of which are worthy of quick summary here today, as all of the rules for the Republican Caucuses in the Hawekeye State --- who can vote and how those votes will be counted --- are not set by the state, but by the Republican Party itself.

www.bradblog.com...

"Also abusing suddenly lax ID registration may have created many fake votes for neocons Santorum and Romney. Santorum has no organization, never drew over 100 people during his entire campaign."

"“I’ve been following Iowa GOP vote counts for a long time… They are being slow-walked… in 2012. Negotiations are going on… Cash is changing hands. Apparently GOP chieftains are ‘persuading,’ by one means or the other, Perry and Bachmann people who hold considerable sway over large blocs of votes to switch to Romney and Santorum – leaving Ron in the dust…"

www.lewrockwell.com...

"Nonetheless, despite onerous polling place Photo ID requirements now passed into law in about a dozen states where the GOP controls both the legislative and executive branches, voters will be able to cast their ballot in next Tuesday's "First-in-the-Nation" Republican Iowa Caucuses without bothering to show a Photo ID --- even though the Republican Party itself sets their own rules for voting there."

www.bradblog.com...

"In Clinton County, Rove said, a missing vote tally prompted observers from the Romney and Santorum camps to huddle together and agree on what the reported totals should have been. Their consensus, which Fox News later confirmed through a second source, was that Romney prevailed by 18 votes."

dailycaller.com...

"I live in Iowa and there may be some voter-related fraud going on right now."

www.reddit.com...

So we have this supposed threat of Occupy protestors crashing the Iowa caucuses that prompts Republican party officials to count the vote in secret, combined with their new strategy of essentially no ID required to vote. Hmmmmmmmmmm. Missing vote tally in one prescient, so observers from 2 campaigns, and not the others, huddle together and divy up the vote themselves. There's increasing evidence based on what Iowa voters who attended the caucuses that this thing was stolen, based on how many people they say voted for Ron Paul in their precincts and how the election results actually turned out.
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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:17 PM
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Originally posted by Drew99GT
"We've been reporting on a number of key points about the way the voting and counting will be carried out in tonight's Iowa Caucuses (beginning at 7p CT), all of which are worthy of quick summary here today, as all of the rules for the Republican Caucuses in the Hawekeye State --- who can vote and how those votes will be counted --- are not set by the state, but by the Republican Party itself.

www.bradblog.com...

"Also abusing suddenly lax ID registration may have created many fake votes for neocons Santorum and Romney. Santorum has no organization, never drew over 100 people during his entire campaign."

www.lewrockwell.com...

"In Clinton County, Rove said, a missing vote tally prompted observers from the Romney and Santorum camps to huddle together and agree on what the reported totals should have been. Their consensus, which Fox News later confirmed through a second source, was that Romney prevailed by 18 votes."

dailycaller.com...

"I live in Iowa and there may be some voter-related fraud going on right now."

www.reddit.com...

So we have this supposed threat of Occupy protestors crashing the Iowa caucuses that prompts Republican party officials to count the vote in secret, combined with their new strategy of essentially no ID required to vote. Hmmmmmmmmmm. Missing vote tally in one prescient, so observers from 2 campaigns, and not the others, huddle together and divy up the vote themselves. There's increasing evidence based on what Iowa voters who attended the caucuses that this thing was stolen, based on how many people they say voted for Ron Paul in their precincts and how the election results actually turned out.


It is an internal vote within the republican party, not a vote for an elected official.
And isn't this caucus nothing more than a "straw poll" anyway, not binding on the republican party anyway?
Just asking?
I see Michell Bachman has thrown in the towel, at least that is one non-entity out of the way.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:24 PM
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Elron - Voxeo: The Israeli Defense Firm That Tallies the Iowa Caucus

www.dailypaul.com...



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posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:26 PM
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come on guys..........

I am a HUGE Ron Paul supporter..........

But this is just getting ridiculous...........

The people of Iowa spoke, and our man came in 3rd........

Thats NOT a bad thing, look how far weve come!

This madness like this has to stop..........it gives ron and his supporters a bad name



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:28 PM
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Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask
come on guys..........

I am a HUGE Ron Paul supporter..........

But this is just getting ridiculous...........

The people of Iowa spoke, and our man came in 3rd........

Thats NOT a bad thing, look how far weve come!

This madness like this has to stop..........it gives ron and his supporters a bad name


I thought it was common knowledge about the long history of election fraud in the United States. You don't think it didn't happen last night?



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:31 PM
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There may have been a problem...Santorum should have won by a landslide...but no recount in Iowa.




posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:35 PM
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Iowa... That must be where all the illegals go to vote. Seeing how you don't need Id.



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