Posts Tagged ‘Video’

After the unbelievable results from New Hampshire, I hope for and expected the evidence of voter fraud to be exposed before too long. Well, here it comes. There’s now being a demand for a vote recount by some candidates and their supporters. This applies not only to Ron Paul, but to Kucinich, Obama and other candidates as well who may have done better than the machines have made it seem. In some places there have been results of zero votes for Ron Paul, causing the voters of those districts to speak out about it. It looks like the voter fraud has outdone itself after all. Revealing this case can have major repercussions on the voting in the other States to come.

Ron Paul Vote Fraud: Sutton, New Hampshire: Part 1:

Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9

Dennis Kucinich has called for a recount of the votes in New Hampshire:

Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, the most outspoken advocate in the Presidential field and in Congress for election integrity, paper-ballot elections, and campaign finance reform, has sent a letter to the New Hampshire Secretary of State asking for a recount of Tuesday’s election because of “unexplained disparities between hand-counted ballots and machine-counted ballots.”

“Serious and credible reports, allegations, and rumors have surfaced in the past few days…It is imperative that these questions be addressed in the interest of public confidence in the integrity of the election process and the election machinery – not just in New Hampshire, but in every other state that conducts a primary election.”

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I was quite disappointed by the debate altogether. But I wouldn’t expect much from Fox News. The hosts ask Dr. Paul questions like “Congressman Paul, yet another question of electability…. do you have any, sir?” and in one case (not in this video) he was asked a new question before answering the question the other candidates had all just answered.

But Ron was never caught unprepared nor did he stumble over these questions. His answers were clear and based on his philosophy of the constitution. This is what distinguishes him from all the other ‘mainstream’ candidates – Ron Paul actually gives consistently sensible answers.

The polls [at the end of this video] were filmed live – twice – and proved Ron Paul to be the winner with 35% and 32%.

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Ron Paul passionately defends himself against accusation of racism based on newsletters he didn’t write. His stance on the position is fully defended as he associates himself and libertarianism with the most un-racist movements and people in history. His stance on the drug war is to pardon all the [non-violent] prisoners sentence simply for drug offenses (which includes mostly minorities).

Wikipedia Political Positions of Ron Paul

In 1997, Paul voted to end affirmative action in college admissions. Paul criticizes both racism and obsession with racial identity:

“Racism is simply an ugly form of collectivism, the mindset that views humans strictly as members of groups rather than individuals. Racists believe that all individuals who share superficial physical characteristics are alike: as collectivists, racists think only in terms of groups. By encouraging Americans to adopt a group mentality, the advocates of so-called ‘diversity’ actually perpetuate racism. Their obsession with racial group identity is inherently racist.” – Ron Paul on Government and Racism

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For as closely as I have been following this election, I was shocked to have seen the results from Iowa and New Hampshire. The polls seem to be telling us lies. The media is blatantly excluding and trying to silence some candidates while at the same time promoting others.

And the results do not match the evidence!

The evidence is substantial. The movement is growing. The support for change is growing. People are waking-up to what’s really going on. And this could be the last chance to make things right. It’s a chance to save ourselves. We’re on the fringes of a true American revolution and we need to act together.There are some that would rather you didn’t know these things. Instead, you should be going to work. Shopping. Watching television. Believing. Obeying. Conforming with their intentions and fulfilling the dreams of the few elitists as they are herding us like sheep. We are remaining – unfree.

Will you wait until the day you realize the truth? The dollar has no value, yet prices are rising. America goes into recession. The troops are on one side of the world – but the real threat to our sovereignty waits, growing, on the opposite side of the globe. The rich become richer. The poor become poorer. Threat grows. The USA grows weak. The ‘only hope’ to save ourselves: the North American Union. The NAU, EU, UN, China… WWIII? National draft? Will you wait? Or will you do something now, while you have the chance?

Theories, conspiracies, etc. – some refuse to believe it. It’s wild theories, conspiracies. I hold no superior claim to knowledge. It is not a simple thing. But the truth is out there. Open your eyes. Take the red pill. Take responsibility. Cherish democracy, while it lasts, and please – before it’s too late.

Paper ballots petition – sign the petition now!

We the People: Clean Elections Lawsuit

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Shame on FOX news. YouTube is already loaded with videos that demonstrate the effects of Fox News’ exclusion of Ron Paul from the debate. This obviously causes a severe blow to the Fox News reputation for corruption and bad journalism.

Also watch this video about Rupert Murdoch – owner of Fox News.

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To see the Republican debate in New Hampshire on January 5th 2008, go to this YouTube playlist.

Ron Paul didn’t seem to get much time to speak in this debate – a great deal of which seems to have been the chattering, frustrated, defensive and offensive Romney. Thompson and Huckabee perform fairly, speaking more sense than Giuliani, McCain, and Romney combined. But Ron Paul delivers more important insight into the issues discussed throughout the debate.

Ron Paul is surely the winner of this debate, but the ABC polls seem to have disappeared.

Part 9 of 9:

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