I think I've uncovered the ultimate election conspiracy.....
Question: What if John Huntsman had decided to run in the Iowa caucus and splits Mitt Romneys support? (He mysteriously decided to abstain from Iowa
and concentrate on New Hampshire.)
Answer: Ron Paul wins Iowa
Question: What if Rick Perry get's out of the race after a poor showing in the Iowa caucus? Does his support lean towards Paul? (He said he was going
back to Texas to "reassess" his campaign but mysteriously got back in for New Hampshire when everyone knows he's done.)
Answer: Ron Paul wins or is a strong second in New Hampshire
Question: Could the GOP have paid off / told Huntsman to stay out of Iowa to shore up Ronmeys vote count and paid off / told Perry to stay in New
Hampshire in order to dilute Pauls vote count?
The media is trying to convince us as we speak that if Romney wins Iowa and New Hamspshire that the nomination is his. They're trying to bum rush the
voters to beleive that he's the nominee and any other vote doesn't matter. Don't fall for it. Support your candidate and don't listen to the
MODs please don't change the forum and let this conspiracy post run it's course.
Those are both pretty likely situations IMO. I'm sure Huntsman will drop out after New Hampshire, as if he didn't realize that nobody was going to
vote for him. You can't just skip primaries and expect to actually win, unless he's actually running for VP. Only thing is, I don't think anyone
who would vote for Rick Perry has the brains to vote for Ron Paul.
I'm very suspicious. These two events are too much of a coincidence. I'd love to see the campaign spend for Huntsman in Iowa prior to and after his
decision to abstain and the same for Perry prior to his decision to move forward and after.
See, I have been under the suspicion for the last month that the Republicans have purposely had the current candidates running for nomination to
ensure Obama has a second term in office. That way, he has another 4 years of ammunition for them to use for the election in 2016.
10/1/2012 by curious7 because: (no reason given)
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