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St. Charles Caucus: Bryan Spencer admits to rigging the outcome


Bryan Spencer, former St. Charles County Republican Central Committeeman and Caucus Subcommittee Chairman, admits to premeditated rigging of the St. Charles County Caucus.

This video was recorded surreptitiously on Monday, March 19 - two days after the caucus and three days before it was decided to be rescheduled - at a Pachyderms meeting.

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Finally, you show you guys' TRUE FACES !



Oh, by the way, here's your new surname's initial !


Just thought you'd like to hear about this other bit of news !

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

We must make this video viral everywhere like the kony 2012 crap

like, share and favourite

I challenge Rachel Maddow to

I challenge Rachel Maddow to show this video on her show. Seeing as she personally asked for any proof of possibly voter fraud in the GOP election towards Ron Paul.

Your move, Maddow.

"One man with courage is a majority." ~ Andrew Jackson

I think we should all pressure the media to cover this!

It's just too important to let this one slide


That's so funny,I was just going to post the same thing,brilliant minds think alike,huh?I'm certain that she reads the Daily Paul,and has probably read every comment on this.But just in case,I will e-mail her,as she says she reads her own e-mails.Rachel Maddow is a true patriot.

This man is an absolute reprobate.

He's hijacked the voting process, seems like he was asked to because he's running for council, or whatever, this is where corruption starts, this is where it ought to end.

I'm usually not into public shaming but when someone uses dirty tactics to subvert the will of the people then public shame it is.

How can this man hear from all of us? What is the best course of action here?

"Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten."
— G.K. Chesterton


Turn it over to a federal prosecutor?

I hope that happens.

Messing around with the voting is a major deal, I don't understand how people are being so cavalier, negligent and downright corrupt with the voting process. People have fought and died for the privilege of voting and to see this take place is sickening. This man ought to be ashamed of himself and I hope he is prosecuted.

"Fairy tales are more than true; not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten."
— G.K. Chesterton

Heads will roll thats for

Heads will roll thats for sure.

"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty."

RON PAUL is the "injured" party~~it is HIS campaign that has

been injured. We supporters are all part of his campaign, so the onus is on the Campaign Headquarters and Ron Paul to file the lawsuits against the GOP headquarters. We can get an attorney on a pro-bono basis. I've suggested L. Lin Wood on previous occasions, as I believe Dr. Paul knows of him.

A MASSIVE LAWSUIT of Election Engineering/Rigging/Fraud should be filed against the GOP. This is the hard-core "evidence" Dr. Paul has been needing.

I would think it is more

the voters of St Charles who are injured.

Local level recourse first

St. Charles caucus goers of every persuasion ought to be the ones to pursue due process for redressing this grievance.

Everyone's participation was undermined by their thug-enforced violations of the law and caucus rules.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass


Sounds great,can hardly wait.

Did these ignoramuses even

Did these ignoramuses even consider the idea that the process is the way it is for a reason? We can thank the founding fathers for that. If it worked like these idiots had in mind we'd have had a tyranny long time ago.

"I looked at Iowa, I looked

"I looked at Iowa, I looked at Maine, I looked at Nebraska and saw how they did it."

You mean, steal the election for your establishment candidates?

f-ing priceless admission #1

"the state wants me to stay silent"

f-ing priceless admission #2

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I think he meant Nevada

Nebraska holds their primary in May.

I think he really meant to say Nevada.


the three states i was 99% positive fraud took place, funny how he mentioned them.



"So this is how liberty dies... with thunderous applause."

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I think it's hilarious when

I think it's hilarious when he says he can't speak because it will appear as a conspiracy. So it wasn't a conspiracy after he just said it was a conspiracy? lol

That was sickening

Thumbs up for the camera man. Lol I wouldn't have been able to keep it together.


If we are witnessing the GOP falling under the weight of its own corruption.



"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty."


Controlled demolition. ; )


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I added this:
Re: "I looked at Iowa, I looked at Maine and saw how they did it." GOP Fraud against Paul caught on hidden Camera


An Administration Gone Rogue

by Rep. Ron Paul, March 23, 2012

Have certain parts of the Constitution become irrelevant, as a former Republican leader once told me at a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing? At the time, I was told that demanding a Congressional declaration of war before invading Iraq, as Article I Section 8 of the Constitution requires, was unnecessary and anachronistic. Congress and the president then proceeded without a Constitutional declaration and the disastrous Iraq invasion was the result.

Last week, Obama administration officials made it clear that even the fig leaf of Congressional participation provided by the 2003 "authorization" to use force in Iraq was to be ignored as well. In a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta stated clearly and repeatedly that the administration felt it was legally justified to use military force against Syria solely with "international permission". Such "international permission" could come by way of the United Nations, NATO, or some other international body. Secretary Panetta then told Senator Sessions that depending on the situation, the administration would consider informing Congress of its decision and might even seek authorization after the fact.

While Senator Sessions expressed surprise at the casual audacity of Panetta in making this statement, in reality his was just a bluntly stated explanation of what has been, de facto, the case for many years. When President Obama committed the US military to a pre-emptive war against Libya last year, for example, Congress was kept completely out of the process. Likewise, military action in Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, and so on, proceed without a Congressional declaration. In fact, we haven’t had a proper, constitutional declaration of war since 1942, yet the US military has been engaged in Korea, Lebanon, Iraq, Bosnia, Liberia, Haiti, and Libya with only UN resolutions as the authority. Congress’s only role has been authorizing funds, which it always does without question, because one must "support the troops".

Of course we should reserve our harshest criticism for Congress rather than the Administration. If the people’s branch of government abrogates its Constitutional authority to the Executive branch, who is to blame? Who is to blame that Congress as a body will not stand up and demand that the president treat the Constitution as more than an anachronistic piece of paper, or merely a set of aspirations and guidelines? The Constitution is the law of the land and for Congress to allow it to be flouted speaks as badly about Congress as it does about a president who seeks to do the flouting.

Just last week the administration announced that it would begin providing material support to the rebels who seek to overthrow the Syrian government. Was Congress involved in this decision to take sides in what may develop into a full-fledged civil war? And what of reports that US special forces may already be operating inside Syria? Still, Congress sits silently as its authority is undermined. Does anybody really wonder why approval numbers for Congress are so low?

Many of my colleagues who stood by as then-President Bush used the military as a kind of king’s army are now calling for Congress to act against this president for openly admitting that is his intent. I agree it is time for Congressional action in response to these attacks on our Constitution, but the solution is simple and Constitutional. The solution is simply voting to withhold funds, since Congress has the power of the purse.
No money for undeclared wars!

[link to original.antiwar.com]


Can you imagine a commerical...

...that starts with Bryan Spencer talking about rigging the St. Charles caucus on hidden camera, then moving to the helicopters flying over and the squad cars all lined up, then to Brent Stafford's arrest, then to the reconvened caucus with a dominant rising of a room full of Ron Paul delegates, and then finally winding up with the announcement of "ALL DELEGATES FROM THIS CAUCUS TO DISTRICT AND STATE ARE FOR LIBERTY AND FOR RON PAUL!!!"

WOW...that would wake up Joe Sixpack!

Gives me goosebumps just to think about it!

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"Truth is an absolute defense to the charge of paranoia."

Want a good Laugh?

I have been posting this video link EVERYWHERE today and I thought why not a Mitt forum?....OMG these people are so ignorant! For laughs go look at their chat box. If you feel inclined to chat: I created a generic name...feel free to us it.
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Did you send it to...



Even sent to Shep...told him to discuss it with the "Judge" :)

What about Rev.Sharpton?

He's an ace"whistle-blower".I can just hear him screaming to the top of his lungs on this one.