posted on Feb, 5 2012 @ 12:01 PM
on cnn they played the live caucus that was later due to it being for the 7'th day adventists and the orthodox jews. the count was 180+ for Ron Paul
and 60+ for Romney.
A 3/1 advantage for Paul from the most conservative group you can find.
The win for Romney came when less than 50% of the votes were in and Clark County, which has 70% of the state. They never counted the votes at all last
They began but suspended it and everyone went home with it only partially counted, leaving the republican headquarters empty (supposedly eh?) and
intentions of beginning the count this morning.
If the live count is anything to set precedance I will venture to say that Ron Paul won so decisevly they had to shut down and figure out what to do.
They simply CANNOT allow Paul to win or even be close. Nevada, and especially Clark County has a heavy mormon contingent that is very politically
active. 4 YEARS AGO THERE WAS A HUGE SCANDAL WHEN THEY ISOLATED AND MISDIRECTED THE pAUL SUPPORTERS TO WHERE THEY WERE IN ANOTHER ROOM WHEN THE VOTING
TOOK PLACE and then they suspended the voting without a vote, which essentially left it open and never closed by the rules and the Paul supporters
never were given an account. There is a thread on this site about it. I will look for it if it's still here I will post it.
So, as it stands, Clark County still has not finished the count or reported the results, but Romney won it in a landslide....wow! I can ASSURE YOU
that Clark County is a heavy Ron Paul caucus.
Can I venture to say the obvious...that they left the whole thing to allow someone to break in (or nleft in) to stack the deck for romney and
eliminate the landslide vote totals that are Ron Paul????
This is the state where Harry Reid went into the last election 5% behind in the polls and won by 5%, a statistical impossibility according to the
So, how many here know that Clark county, 70% of the state, has yet to report their total count as of this morning?