Ron Paul beats Obama head to head in polls --- better than his counterparts on the R ticket.
http://www.thestatecolumn.com/articles/ … z1pFsvUjLM
... yet his votes don't reflect this due to massive vote fraud. (See other forum posts for the evidence, it is well documented).
Here's a major piece of evidence of vote fraud
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByJAC-s … edit?pli=1
http://www.dailypaul.com/220875/athens- … ked-by-gop
Since I am not an American and have no stake in the elections I feel I can be objective.
Why are the only places we read about voter fraud on the Ron Paul site and in documents created by those from the Ron Paul Forum? You would think at least one independent source would have found the same thing. They find voter fraud in other countries, are you saying your elections should have UN observers?
And, all this has only started coming up when Paul keeps coming in 3rd in every primary.
...simple minded understanding of the caucus/primary delegate systems that occur differently in each state, is the problem
...single minded media bought off by elitists is the problem
...what just happened in Missouri was not just against Ron Paul, but every candidate campaign
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