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Maryland Blogger has a Message to Ron Paul: prove Fraud or Drop out

Yes, you read the headline right. With the Santorum sweep on Tuesday night we have the following results from the states which have voted in primaries or caucuses:

Rick Santorum has won Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado.
Mitt Romney has taken New Hampshire, Florida, and Nevada.
Newt Gingrich won in South Carolina.
Ron Paul has finished second twice (New Hampshire, Minnesota), third three times (Iowa, Nevada, Missouri) and fourth three times (South Carolina, Florida, Colorado). The third place in Missouri could have been a fourth if Newt Gingrich qualified for the ballot.

But Ron Paul supporters continue to believe the notion that there’s fraud in the two caucus states where delegates to the national convention were at stake (Iowa and Nevada.) In particular, this Examiner post by Mark Wachtler lays out what happened in one Clark County, Nevada precinct, and Wes Messamore at The Humble Libertarian piles on. Their logic is relatively simple: since Paul did well in that particular, somewhat large precinct, he must have done just as well across the rest of Clark County and since that area makes up most of the state’s electorate Ron Paul was swindled.

It even goes back to the Iowa caucus – and beyond. The fact that Iowa’s GOP state chair Matt Strawn resigned in the wake of the caucus imbroglio is considered proof positive that Ron Paul was hosed there somehow, too – after all, Paul was dissed at last summer’s Iowa Straw Poll by Strawn. That’s how Paul supporters sometimes operate.

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Horsepuckey

This clown is just trying to get in our heads with the same negative garbage they try in mainstream. They must be getting it that we're not watching very much anymore so they send out guys like this to blog our sites.

It won't tale long for them to realize we're bulletproof and they are weasting their time.

This is B.S.!

Show me where Ron Paul ever accused anyone of voter fraud.

If Ron Paul doesn't win, it's

If Ron Paul doesn't win, it's gotta be fraud

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LOL! They must be worried!

LOL! They must be worried!

Blah Blah Blah:

It's MD. He's probably a closet democrat.

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But does not Paul attract all

But does not Paul attract all types

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Eventually:

Somes just takes longer than others.

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I am not about to respond to that blogger

I owe him nothing. This is what I would respond with if I thought he was worthy of a response.

How does one prove that there was or was not fraud? When the GOP states publicly that they are concerned that Ron Paul might win their state, then that certainly raises a red flag. When the state GOP holds all the cards, proving fraud is not even possible without a whistleblower. When there are signs of fraud in all the previous states' primaries and caucuses should a voter just shrug it off and assume that everything was done properly?

If the GOP would conduct the caucuses and announce the results openly, they would remove any doubt that some of them behaved fraudulently.

And finally just because you don't understand an "arcane" system setup by the GOP, doesn't mean it isn't the system currently in place.

MI DP member has message for uppity MD Blogger

See you at the convention, dickweed

'Live for yourself, there's no one else more worth living for,
Begging hands and bleeding hearts
Will only cry out for more...'

This is goofy. And now I

This is goofy. And now I just bumped it. D'oh!

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He updated the site and Links to the Daily Paul

Update: More anecdotal “evidence” on tap if Ron Paul doesn’t win the Maine caucus.

http://www.dailypaul.com/212704/fear-and-loathing-in-the-mai...

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I didn't click the link

I didn't click the link because I don't like giving his site traffic. I didn't email him because I don't want him to think anyone reads his blog and I don't think it's adds any value to promoting ron paul. The last thing I want is to type Ron Paul into google and see his blog pop up as a hit....go view/comment on blogs and articles that are not so negetive.

Hmmm True Colors

It would be a sour note to end a long political career if allegations made turn out to be unfounded, and it would only solidify the position of the naysayers who believe Ron Paul is a crackpot only worthy of the tinfoil hat crowd. To me that’s sad because Paul has brought some valid discussion of the role of government to this campaign.

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What allegations has Ron Paul made?

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RP Supporters made them, according to the blogger

But Ron Paul supporters continue to believe the notion that there’s fraud in the two caucus states where delegates to the national convention were at stake (Iowa and Nevada.) In particular, this Examiner post by Mark Wachtler lays out what happened in one Clark County, Nevada precinct, and Wes Messamore at The Humble Libertarian piles on.

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Are candidates to be held responsible for every belief

that any of their supporters articulate?

That's even more bizarre than "guilt by association", as candidates cannot select their supporters.

Ron Paul supporters are not Ron Paul Republicans

Ron Paul Republicans are interested in being delegates. Ron Paul supporters are interested in winning straw polls.

We have many supporters who are third party and Indy. They REFUSE to join the GOP, and they cause us as much grief as "help", phoning from home, money bombing, passing out Super Brochures... it's all good, but it's not going to earn Ron Paul the nomination.

Ron Paul Republicans are on the inside and we have repeatedly said, there is no fraud. WE KNOW because we show up to Republican events that we have way too many supporters and not enough Republicans.

Ron Paul Republicans do their best to win over other Republicans on the inside. WE ARE NOT GOING TO DROP OUT.

Ron Paul Republicans try very hard to get Ron Paul supporters on the Daily Paul to join the GOP. If we can't get those here on Daily Paul EVERYDAY to join the GOP, what makes the supporters think we are having a better time convincing Neocons to vote for Ron Paul?

We are aiming at being delegates, as we did in 07/8.

Least we forget, First they IGNOR you, then they Laugh at you, Then they FIGHT you... this is where we are, and we are going to win. :D

Yep

Yep

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The blogger conflates RP suporters with his campaign

Stunning lack of logic = FAIL.

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**Excellent point**

How does he handle all those pesky supporters for Gingrich, Santorum and Romney?

He posted his e-mail

He posted his e-mail address

ttownjotes@yahoo.com

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