Yes - I believe voter fraud is rampant within the RP
No - Nothing illegal has taken place with the RP regarding Romney's nomination
Yes - I wear a tinfoil hat
No - I do not like Romney, but I believe he's won nomination legally
I did not vote for Romney, but I don't think anything illegal has helped him win nomination
I did vote for Romney, and I don't think anything illegal helped him win nomination
other - please explain
RP is concerned.
Here's what you said about my poll where Paul had 100% over romney and 54% over the entire field including Obama:
Write-ins don't win. Now that Paul isn't the nominee, this poll will not be accurate. However, the one I'm going to start in about 94.6 seconds will accurately reflect the power of Paul.
Hahaha...you can't do anything remotely correct.
You started a "fantasy" thread with three choices and no option for "other" and you think that might prove something?
The poll I linked to is far FAR more reasonable to use as a benchmark. It's got all the actual options. Plus, to add to my contention that it's far more credible, it's been made a sticky.
You, on the other hand, tried to stack the deck as much as possible in your favor.
Please be careful - your bias is showing.
That being said - even your craptacular poll is proving what most of us have been saying.
RP couldn't win a national election. Period.
Most voter fraud happening at the polling place by poll workers. There is virtually no way to stop it and it is both easy and common.
Having been an election judge (once, Democrat), I could have cast hundreds of votes if I had cared to with it essentially impossible that I would get caught or it even detectable. I would simple have waited until before voting shut down, looked to see who had not voted out of the registered voters booklet, and cast votes for them. I suspect this is very, very common.
Even if it proven those people had not voted or some even were dead, that would prove I did it nor would there be any way to remove those fraudulent votes from the voting total - nor could they just erase everyone's vote. So even if it could be proven that 300 votes casts in the precinct were by dead people, that would not change the vote counting totals one iota.
The reason for wanting IDs (a legitimate reason) is to try to hold that down. I could not record numbers off an ID I didn't see and therefore poll workers could not cast many fraudulent votes. Voter fraud happens either by poll workers at the voting level or within the computers at the that level.
A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject.
A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.
I say follow the money. People can cry about the mainstream media all that they want. But who owns the mainstream media? How much influence do the owners have over what types of information is reported and not reported...or bias the flow of information?
Remember, corporations like GE are part owners of our government via big lobby money. And they also own a lot of big media organizations so they can play both sides of the fence...anyway they choose.
Meanwhile people are still buying the bull**** from a political system and government gone "self-will-run-riot".
Voter ID laws require voters to have a photo ID in order to vote. While voter identity fraud may appear to be a significant problem facing the electorate, the reality is that requiring voters to have a photo ID will disenfranchise black/minority/elderly voters, who could otherwise legally vote, until now.
What percent of people in Pennsylvania cannot vote in 2012 because of the voter ID law but were eligible to vote in 2008?
Regardless of how radical your views, how unpopular your speech, you have the right to say it.
Imagine you never owned a car, thus you never needed a drivers license. Furthermore, you do not have a passport because traveling out of the country was not on your two-do list in this life time. Should you be forced to obtain a photo ID before you are eligible to vote? That would cost money to get a photo ID. Are you paying to secure your right to vote? Attempting to win an election by eliminating a population's right to vote simply because they will not vote for you?
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)