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With the Electronic Voting Establishment (i.e. Diebold) firmly entrenched in Texas, Did Medina truly have any chance to win?

Any thoughts, beliefs, theories (Conspiracy or otherwise)? Or, perhaps, was this just another honest American election and some of us are just sore losers?

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She faced the worst possible

She faced the worst possible opposition. The incumbent is by most considered a solid conservative. And by contemporary standards, Perry isn't "that" bad. And he was challenged by a big name, with even bigger name supporters, who took the position of the "less conservative."

So, for almost any media outlet, used as they are to two way contests, that's the two important opponents. Were it just Medina vs. Perry, suddenly he wouldn't look so conservative anymore. And were it Medina vs. Bailout, Medina would probably have won the whole thing outright.

Remember also that Texas, by virtue of their oil and oil service industries, as well as a historically comparatively sane approach to zoning, is not hit as hard economically and financially as many other parts of the country. So, for the average Texan, being fleeced for the benefit of the Wall Street Welfare Queens and other favored friends of the babykissers, doesn't (at least as of yet) feel as painful as for people in many other parts of the country.

A good thing is, the people who voted for Medina, aren't going to regress to their pre enlightened former selves. So her current support will probably remain somewhat of a baseline for truly conservative Texas candidates going forward.

As important as the "conservative" self image is to many Texans, along with the same's Texas independence/secession rhetoric, it would be fun to see what their response would be if some Medina majority towns and precincts of West Texas threatened to secede from the state for reasons of it having become a liberal cesspool little different from California :)


A good amount of the computer voting in Texas is Hart InterCivic. Which is owned by big Perry donor Lowry Mayes (CLEAR CHANNEL/GlennBeck). Did I mention the Texas A&M connection?


Mayes son-in-law elected to Congress on the machines!

I'm just sayin'

Right on brother

Lowery Maye's son in law is my friggen Congressman Michael McCaul. When I mentioned this to McCaul I thought he might swallow his tongue trying to answer me. All in bed together
all lying, cheating and stealing till we demand they stop, till then it's open season on us.

Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

this has nothing to do w/ your question, just mentioning it --

there is an election fraud awareness day 1st Tuesday of every month. Established by Vickie Karp www.VoteRescue.org & a friend of hers.

do a search on this site for the subject & you will find posting.

use a paper ballot anyway you can & photocopy it before you submit it.

For some reason, we're expected to know every law that exists in America & in our state so we don't break it. We're supposed to know this when we're 18. There's no litmus test for them, as in the 10 commandments or rhyme or reason. C.U.R.E.

Ron Paul Got 80%

Were they trying to frame him for vote fraud?

Stop blaming machines. The vast majority of voters just don't pay attention or vote their consciences. If they did, libertarian candidates would get more than 2% of the vote.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

Wake UP! If you truly believe election fraud does not exist.....

You are living in La La Land. Ron Paul got 80% of the vote because to do otherwise or have him defeated would backfire on the PTB and questions of fraud would abound nationally. Why? Because Ron Paul is a national figure and Debra Medina is not. And I'm sure Ron Paul truly received 80% of the vote. Politics is a game of chess involving strategic maneuvering. Though Dr. Paul has recently been more influential than ever before, The NWO guys are not losing sleep over it, at least not yet.

i think they kno that there

i think they kno that there is no way they could make it look like ron lost his house seat. everybody knows hes gonna win so they cant make him lose its too obvious.

Texas counties vary....

Texas counties vary.... include different vote methods; some electronic, many are still paper


I'm just glad we had that machine to count our 200 votes

Those old ladies at the polls probably couldn't have done it by themselves...sarcasm.

Such a feeling of utter futility as you feed your paper ballot into a machine. Like the lotto- you just hope magic will happen.


Never. The sheeple will never elect a pro-liberty governor. Never.

Our only hope is total USSR style financial collapse.

She never had a chance

with the rigged vote but she EDUCATED a lot of people and right now that is the BEST we can hope for.

Prepare & Share the Message of Freedom through Positive-Peaceful-Activism.

no she never had a chance to

no she never had a chance to get more "votes". she had the chance to get more support which she did, more people like her than the other two idiots. but we can not win they control everything.

Here is a video that

confirms how computer programs can be rigged:

Very sad but I would bet anything that it is happening
in Texas as well as in our own backyards.

"Freedom is a right that can never be won in war,only by each individual "

Paper Ballots only make it Law

and never go back to diebold. We all know better. We could do it with colored pencils if need be. Blue and Red. Name address pencil please. LOL