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GOP hacks plan to block students from voting for Ron Paul

GOP establishment hacks are moving up caucus and primary dates
so students will not be back from their breaks to vote for Ron Paul.




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voting in the primary does

voting in the primary does nothing.. you must become a delegate.

How will this prevent them from voting?

Students should be voting in their home state, not where they go to school.

Even so, if for whatever reason you aren't where you need to be to vote on election day, vote absentee or "early" if they have that option. (there is always the absentee option)

I don't see what all the clamor is about.

Public universities have

Public universities have massive out of state populations. These students will return home over christmas break. You can register in the state even if you are from out of state so let's hope the people coming back are already registered and ready to caucus.

I think it is better they are

I think it is better they are not back from break. The reason they are moving up is because they fear that any longer and the Paul bomb will explode and they won't be able to keep the tidal wave back. Better to have everyone vote sooner hoping they can keep Romney and the others strong enough to last the nomination. They basically can't keep-up the facade for much longer.

Spoke with a local election official today and if they are back

In school many cannot vote. So it is actually better so long as they do go out and vote. This should be a target issue to preach to the youth of the nation as they are the ones that usually talk allot but never make it on election day.

Always remember:
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." ~ Samuel Adams
If they hate us for our freedom, they must LOVE us now....

Stay IRATE, remain TIRELESS, an

they can vote in their home

they can vote in their home district.