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Originally posted by jsmappy
I have voted Republican all my life. Everyone I know is NOT only NOT going to vote for Romney - if he is the nominee (Obviously Fraudulantly, the guy is a snake!) - we will vote Obama. If they want to disenfranchise us - we will make SURE they NEVER step foot in the White House EVER again!!!!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by Mimir
Theres no doubt at all that Ron Pauls victory was stolen and that Mitt Romneys camp got something to do with it.
I'm not sure I should write this because it may look as rant about the inconsitency on flags/stars which it is'nt but I got a simple question:
Is it better to ignore importent issues when they pop up, not share with anybody and just wait in anticipation for a "nice" production from the msm (not a given fact they find it importent too) or do you prefere to get the info when it is found?
I made this thread 3 days before that reality report was released pointing out links to most of the allegations in your video it got no real responce, which I find weird when a simple link to a video about the same gets 170 flags in 1 day. It makes me wonder why Im spending time on research especially when I see the same thing happening to many other peoples threads. I do agree the layout of that thread could/should have been better, but I was adding the proffs as they were comming in. The reality report is good and may deserve it's own thread, thats not where I want to go with this, I just want to know if its waste of time to do research for the community (in general)?
edit on 16-2-2012 by Mimir because: (no reason given)
Reality Check: GOP scrambles under allegations of rampant election fraud in Maine caucus
Originally posted by captainnotsoobvious
Everyone knows I don't support Paul. But I can say, as a fan of democracy, if your candidate is getting robbed by your party, you're supporting the wrong party (and your candidate needs to rethink his affiliation).
If you're REALLY going to vote your CONCIOUS, don't vote for the GOP if they are rigging elections.
In fact, now might be a great time for a petition, where Republicans say they'll not for for ANY GOP candidates, unless the GOP stops rigging elections.
Do something tangible; dont just complain on ATS.
Because if you do vote GOP after they've stolen elections the message you're sending to Ron Paul and any other candidate is, "democracy is a sham, only corruption works".
Send a different message!edit on 16-2-2012 by captainnotsoobvious because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by NightGypsy
Originally posted by usernameconspiracy
I just don't get it. Don't you think that if they wanted to defraud the election, they could do it without every yahoo on youtube figuring it out? Of course they could.
The corrupt in this country no longer try to hide their treasonous acts. They believe the public at large is so complacent these days that there is no need to put so much effort into concealing their nefarious activities.
Originally posted by tallcool1
reply to post by VerityPhantom
The 2000 election of Bush over Gore was more of a controversy regarding the electoral vote - which Bush did actually win. However, Gore won the popular vote by over 500,000 votes...hence my previous comment about the US needing to get rid of the electoral college. Regardless of how much of an arrogant, hypocritical a$$ Gore is and how much worse the country would have been with him in charge, he did win.
Bush was actually the 4th president to not win the popular vote.
Andrew Jackson won the popular vote, but lost the electoral vote to John Quincy Adams in 1824.
Samual Tilden won the popular vote, but lost the electoral vote to Rutherford Hayes in 1876.
Grover Cleveland won the popular vote, but lost the electoral vote to Benjamin Harrison in 1888.
So, the only two presidents who were sons of previous presidents actually lost in the popular vote.