View Poll Results: Is the republican party fraudulently/illegally forcing Romney to be the nominee?

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  • Yes - I believe voter fraud is rampant within the RP

    11 22.45%
  • No - Nothing illegal has taken place with the RP regarding Romney's nomination

    7 14.29%
  • Yes - I wear a tinfoil hat

    3 6.12%
  • No - I do not like Romney, but I believe he's won nomination legally

    13 26.53%
  • I did not vote for Romney, but I don't think anything illegal has helped him win nomination

    10 20.41%
  • I did vote for Romney, and I don't think anything illegal helped him win nomination

    2 4.08%
  • other - please explain

    3 6.12%
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Thread: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    You think one of the two nationally run parties can basically ignore the entire voting/election process, something that distinguishes our country from many others in the world, and just appoint their next candidate?????

    And you think all the little lemmings within the party will accept that?

    And you think all the little registered voter lemmings who belong to and donate money to the party will accept that?

    Or - you're insinuating all the little voter lemmings are too stupid to see what's going on???? All except you?


    If I start a thread about the "faked moon landing" will you drop this insanity and focus on something else?

    OMG you have photographic proof the moon landing was faked! Where did you get this and is there more? Do you have names of those in on it and the whistleblowers?
    This is Huge news, escpecially after the Curiosity landing on Mars. I gotta admit I am now wondering if that was faked as well.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    You think one of the two nationally run parties can basically ignore the entire voting/election process, something that distinguishes our country from many others in the world, and just appoint their next candidate?????


    I didn't think they could do that either. I don't think anybody did. The rules are there for a reason, right? I don't know if this is the first time republican party rules have been broken, but I 'm pretty sure this is the first time they were broken so extensively where they've addressed it by saying it's their party and they can break their own rules whenever they want.

    So basically, Romney was pre-chosen, they saw how big the Ron Paul tsunami was. and they did whatever they had to do to hand the nomination to Romney. They did it by breaking rules of the party and tampering with ballots and refusing to count them publicly. They even tried to leave with ballots from one county but were thwarted by an attendee who chased them out to their car.

    How did they pull this off without it becoming a huge deal? All of the GOP officials are Romney supporters (that in itself is a violation of the party rule that states nobody is to support or aid any candidate until there is a nominee). Since all of the people who run the party are Romney supporters, any complaints made are simply thrown out. Can't they charge them criminally? Apparently not. They're saying it's not illegal to break rules and run caucuses however they please. I found this hard to believe. I thought there would for sure have to be some federal laws in place to ensure the integrity of the election process. But, I guess not. Especially the one where CNN had aired live the Maine caucus results (Paul won), but the GOP reported the next day that Romney won. How can this not be illegal???

    So then you say "well certainly the media will crucify them and it's all going to come out etc. - Nope. Guess again - If you weren't convinced by the media blackout of Ron Paul that the media reports only what the corporate owners tell them to report, this ought to confirm it. So, with nowhere to turn to, it's up to the people to protest but the people don't really know how to do that, and because the media has everybody convinced that RP is akin to someone who wears tin foil hats, it's difficult because people like you don't believe it.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    You mean like saying that "most registered republicans actually voted for Ron Paul, but the Republican Party has falsified results and proclaimed that Romney is the winner"?
    How the Republican Party Stole the Nomination from Ron Paul Free Words

    Okay, Mr. Dragonfly. I recently found this (please click link above). It doesn't appear to be a mainstream news article, but it's a well-put-together summary of what I have been trying to say and includes links to videos and other corroborations. It's an HONEST summary. Check it out and then give me your HONEST opinion. I'm not trying to be "right" - I just want people to be aware of what I consider to be a wrongdoing. A wrongdoing that will have unsavory consequences if ignored.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    What do I think?

    #1) your link is to a "wordpress" blog. nuff said

    #2) There are all kinds of people in the world. The seriously rabid fans of Ron Paul are never going to accept that he's not as popular as they think he is.

    #3) I think you're a seriously rabid fan

    #4) If you were correct, this site would be plastered with Ron Paul threads. It's not.

    #5) I don't believe the majority of things you post

    #6) My thread on sh!t-canning everybody and electing nothing but women got a much larger response than any of your conspiracy theory threads about RP and massive election fraud within the Republican party.

    #7) Have you heard the term: "pissing into the wind"? Because I think that's mainly what you're doing.

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #1) your link is to a "wordpress" blog. nuff said
    I don't care "where" it's to. What matters is "what" it's to, which in this case happens to be a detailed summary of facts regarding the 2012 Rep, party primaries/caucus. Everything in it is verifiable if it doesn't already have a link to a source. I understand that you think that by saying the URL or webpage title and "nuff said", that you've somehow proved that this report is not factual, but that only proves that you didn't read any of it at all.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #2) There are all kinds of people in the world. The seriously rabid fans of Ron Paul are never going to accept that he's not as popular as they think he is.
    He's just not as UNpopular as the media led you to believe

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #3) I think you're a seriously rabid fan
    In a real debate with real people of intellect. this was supposed to be where you talk about the content of the stuff I posted, and specifically detail which fact it is you disagree with or are unable to verify. Your above statement doesn't address any of it. It's a personal opinion that doesn't corroborate, and is corroborated even less by this thread. You have to ask yourself. who is really the "rabid fan" here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #4) If you were correct, this site would be plastered with Ron Paul threads. It's not
    It's no wonder. Who wants to debate serious issues with children that are pretty much brainwashed. I say that with reason. I have had more people resort to childish Ron Paul tauntings because they couldn't intellectually put up a valid argument, and others that after seeing irrefutable evidence will put up a wall and refuse to believe it, defying plain logic ..........and simple and easily understandable terms.....................like they're brainwashed or something.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #5) I don't believe the majority of things you post
    Great. But if you don't dissect what I've posted and then tell me specifically which part of it you claim to be false, then you're just saying you're unwilling to believe something, even though you were unable to refute it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    6) My thread on sh!t-canning everybody and electing nothing but women got a much larger response than any of your conspiracy theory threads about RP and massive election fraud within the Republican party.
    I couldn't have thought of a more prime example to prove my point...that noone here intends to face reality anytime soon. A sad state of affairs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    #7) Have you heard the term: "pissing into the wind"? Because I think that's mainly what you're doing.
    I'll have to agree with you there, fellow Amerikan.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    No. People are just angry at the primary and caucus process which has come through largely without contention (I leave an exception to the Paulites who believe they have won every caucus and primary).
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    No. People are just angry at the primary and caucus process which has come through largely without contention (I leave an exception to the Paulites who believe they have won every caucus and primary).
    It's odd that I'm having to correct a neocon "expert" with over 8,000 posts but you may kindly take note that Paul Americans who support the Constitution of the United States of America and who prefer not to have our government hijacked by bankers and the military industrial complex who plan to continue to profiteer from endless false flag wars. buckle the world economy and remove our liberties, do not believe Paul has "won every caucus". They are upset, as you should be whether you like Ron Paul or not, that the rules of every caucus were broken, or in some cases adhered to depending on which would aid Romney best.

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    It's odd that I'm having to correct a neocon "expert" with over 8,000 posts but you may kindly take note that Paul Americans who support the Constitution of the United States of America and who prefer not to have our government hijacked by bankers and the military industrial complex who plan to continue to profiteer from endless false flag wars. buckle the world economy and remove our liberties, do not believe Paul has "won every caucus". They are upset, as you should be whether you like Ron Paul or not, that the rules of every caucus were broken, or in some cases adhered to depending on which would aid Romney best.
    Actually you have claimed that without the cheating RP would have won every caucus by 80-100%.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Here in Michigan we have a huge voter fraud scandal of epic proportions. Thad McCotter served several terms in Congress when he should never have been on the ballot due to a lack of proper petition signatures as a result of a deliberate effort to defruad the state and the voters of his district. He sat in Congress for at least three terms when he actually failed to qualify to be on the ballot due to fraud of him and his office.

    http://www.freep.com/article/2012081...ter-discovered

    A review of the nominating petitions turned in for McCotter's elections from 2002 through 2012 shows he did not have enough signatures to qualify to run in at least the 2008, 2010 and 2012 elections. The skullduggery wasn't detected until this year, when a part-time staffer for the Secretary of State found that of the more than 1,800 signatures turned in by the McCotter campaign for 2012, only 244 were valid. McCotter's spokesman, Randall Thompson, did not return calls seeking comment on the latest revelations in the scandal that led to McCotter's resignation from Congress in July.

    The petitions from McCotter's previous campaigns surfaced this week from Mark Grebner, president of Practical Political Consulting, one of the premier developers of voting lists for political candidates. As part of compiling such lists, the East Lansing company uses voting records and nominating petitions and had McCotter's going back to his first run for Congress, in 2002. "I started with 2010 and immediately thought, 'This is unbelievable,' " said Jim Daggy, data archivist for the consulting firm. "It was like a giant 100-foot sore thumb sticking out. My God, what were these people thinking?"

    The 2002 and 2004 petitions were relatively clean with few duplicates, but in 2008, at least 67 of the 177 petition pages submitted were either copies or had been doctored by cutting and pasting dates from other documents onto the petitions. The 2006 petitions were apparently the source for cut-and-paste jobs in 2008 and 2010. Some of the 2006 petitions, however, also were duplicates.
    But that is getting little play around the nation.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    It's odd that I'm having to correct a neocon "expert" with over 8,000 posts but you may kindly take note that Paul Americans who support the Constitution of the United States of America and who prefer not to have our government hijacked by bankers and the military industrial complex who plan to continue to profiteer from endless false flag wars. buckle the world economy and remove our liberties, do not believe Paul has "won every caucus". They are upset, as you should be whether you like Ron Paul or not, that the rules of every caucus were broken, or in some cases adhered to depending on which would aid Romney best.
    Heh.

    who support the Constitution of the United States of America
    And the implication is that the rest of us do not, right? A bit presumptuous.

    who prefer not to have our government hijacked by bankers and the military industrial complex who plan to continue to profiteer from endless false flag wars.
    A bit over the top, and false flag wars. Marching into Truther territory.

    They are upset, as you should be whether you like Ron Paul or not, that the rules of every caucus were broken, or in some cases adhered to depending on which would aid Romney best.
    Please. Paulities are the most dishonest folks out there about the entire election process.
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