Paul candidates know the rules, but are arrested for it
http://ronpaulflix.com/2012/03/st-charl … r-17-2012/
can't trust democrats or republicans or politically obsessed people!!!
That is why Ron Paul is so different...he is not politically obsessed, he just likes the following the Constitution, period.
I've read several news accounts about this, along with blog posts by people who claim to have been there. Some say RP got dissed, and some say RP AND Romney were dissed. Some of the Santorum folk say RP and Romney supporters were "ganging up" on them.
...update on the Missouri Caucus
http://ronpaulflix.com/2012/03/ron-paul … rrest-ep4/
RonPaulPosts.com is a new site to post everything about Ron Paul, including the fraud instances...check it out
If Republicans will cheat each other, why should anyone believe they will display integrity when in Government?
...finally a main stream media reporting
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/20 … -ron-paul/
here is the most recent update on the caucus fraud that took place in St. Charles county, Missouri by the sub-committee for the caucus
this "Daily News" segment has other stuff in it, but the caucus fraud section is after the newest Ron Paul campaign commercial (about the etch a sketch stupidity)
http://ronpaulflix.com/2012/03/ron-paul … -stafford/
listen to the guy in the subcommittee to hear the premeditation admission of fraud...he doesn't have a clue about understanding how democracy works...he actually says he wants to make it fair for everyone by manipulating the rules...something I would expect to hear from a liberal...democracy is about the majority and the minority, not about fairness per se...this is what many people don't get about how the election system is suppose to work
Ron Paul took most of the delegates in Missouri after they had to do a new caucus because of the fraud and manipulation
http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2012/03/24/r … ing-today/
This makes me all the more pessimistic about political action. The system is so far gone and corrupt that one man can't fix it. However, Ron Paul has to win if we are to save millions of lives!
Why are so many of you Ron Paul supporters so naive, we laugh at the people who genuinely thought Obama would bring Change as being foolish and they were, most of us didn't believe it but you guys geez it's like a second coming like you actually believe a single politician can make any major difference, it's ridiculous. Plus you are supporting a creationist that opposes gay marriage (not very libertarian that last one).
it is my perspective that if he did win it would be great...but if he didn't he would have awakened a good many million to constitutional liberty and a clearer understanding of the problems in politics and the government...there is no turning back from going in the correct direction now!
his playing by the rules of the primary/caucus system of delegates in each state works...too bad more people hadn't caught on to understanding it before now, but better late than never
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by RVDaniels 6 years ago
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