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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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Actually you have claimed that without the cheating RP would have won every caucus by 80-100%.
    I may have said 80% but you threw in the -100%. That has nothing to do with what I said about what the neocon expert said. He said the "Paulites".

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    And the implication is that the rest of us do not, right? A bit presumptuous.
    This is not an implication, by any means. Obama has perjured himself many times over with his desregard for the constitution and Romney has expressed his desire to do the same if he takes office. If you support either Obama or Romney, you are letting yourself be deceived and you are supporting the destruction of freedom. The coup d'etat article I posted about Obama and the NDAA is no joke. Because it undermined the constitution, It showed very clearly that they intend to target americans, period. So what kind of government turns on its own people? Well, the kind that you currently support.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    A bit over the top, and false flag wars. Marching into Truther territory.
    How do you figure? Are you that uninformed? They use false flags for everything now, not just war. They are using it to take down the constitution and it's working because of people like you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Please. Paulities are the most dishonest folks out there about the entire election process.
    I'd like to see ONE incidence of dishonesty by a Paul supporter. Let's see just ONE to put up against the massive fraud that the Republicans have perpetrated.

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    How do you figure? Are you that uninformed? They use false flags for everything now, not just war
    I'm not uninformed, just tired of an old argument that the internet folks have liked to use for the last 11 years. There's a good reason why most professional literature makes no extensive use of false flag operations in the narratives of American political or foreign policy history. It's saved for the wackos and the amateurs pretending to be historians.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post


    I'd like to see ONE incidence of dishonesty by a Paul supporter. Let's see just ONE to put up against the massive fraud that the Republicans have perpetrated.
    Paul SHOULD Easily Win In Alaska, North Dakota, and Idaho | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Revolution

    Sorry, but Ron Paul, though he won a large chunk of the vote, is not hitting the social conservative inclinations of our state. Anyone who lives here would know that social conservatism is important here, and would make it easier to figure out that Santorum won that night. Before you start, it was a non-binding caucus. Quit whining. The ones who are whining the most are you out-of-staters.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Paul SHOULD Easily Win In Alaska, North Dakota, and Idaho | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Revolution

    Sorry, but Ron Paul, though he won a large chunk of the vote, is not hitting the social conservative inclinations of our state. Anyone who lives here would know that social conservatism is important here, and would make it easier to figure out that Santorum won that night. Before you start, it was a non-binding caucus. Quit whining. The ones who are whining the most are you out-of-staters.
    Was that the incidence of dishonesty by a Paul supporter?

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    I'm not uninformed, just tired of an old argument that the internet folks have liked to use for the last 11 years.
    So you think it's an argument that people "like to use". Maybe they "like to use" it because it's a valid argument. I'm sorry that false flags engineered by the american government have put a damper on the little fantasy world you live in where you think the american government would never do that. Fact is, they've done it and they plan to do it again soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    There's a good reason why most professional literature makes no extensive use of false flag operations in the narratives of American political or foreign policy history.
    Yeah, it's called standard program of denial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    It's saved for the wackos and the amateurs pretending to be historians.
    See the irony?

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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    It's been claimed here (DP) that voter fraud has run amuck within the Republican party.

    The claim is that Romney is not the popular favorite among the registered, voting republicans/conservatives.

    The claim is that some other candidate is actually much more popular, and has received more votes than Romney (or any other candidate), but that the republican party leaders have ignored and falsified votes in order to "plant" Romney as the victor.

    So my question to you Republicans/Conservatives is this:

    Has massive, nationwide voter fraud taken place during this election cycle with a focused effort on placing Romney as the winner at the expense of any and all other candidates?
    There was a graph in an issue of Bloomberg that charted the voter turnout in the GOP primary for the various GOP candidates.

    Now is it true that Romney is not the top popular GOP nominee? Yes, that is true.

    However, all of the GOP nominees were in the top position at one point or another. Then they dropped in popularity as the primary went on.

    But Romney was consistently in the top 2nd or top 3rd spot. Which means Romney is the most consistent candidate of the GOP nominees.

    Also, I think this show just how factionalized the Republican Party truly is. Which emphasizes how bad labeling GOP politicians as a RINO really is for the party.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    So after all is said and done, it appears that the republican party can, at whim, bypass the rules of the party set forth to ensure a fair election process. How dumb of me to assume there were federal laws in place to ensure the parties played by the rules. I have to blame my stupidity on the illusion we were presented with growing up in america, you know, about the checks and balances. So I'll have to change my vote to "No - Nothing illegal has taken place with the RP regarding Romney's nomination".

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    Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    So you think it's an argument that people "like to use". Maybe they "like to use" it because it's a valid argument. I'm sorry that false flags engineered by the american government have put a damper on the little fantasy world you live in where you think the american government would never do that. Fact is, they've done it and they plan to do it again soon.



    Yeah, it's called standard program of denial.



    See the irony?
    Yes, because it's an incredibly lazy and stupid method of analyzing American politics and foreign policy. Stop looking for the easy answers-it's lazy.
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    Re: Nationwide Voter Fraud Within Republican Party - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Yes, because it's an incredibly lazy and stupid method of analyzing American politics and foreign policy. Stop looking for the easy answers-it's lazy.
    This is irony to such an insane extent that I'm having a hard time believing you really think that. Look at what you just said and condider the following:

    A) Getting your information by simply believing without question everything the media tells you, but still not getting sll the answers

    B) Meticulously doing your own exhaustive research to find answers that were previously unanswered because they were part of some cover-up by the US government and media

    Which is a "lazy and stupid" method of analyzing American politics and foreign policy? A or B?

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