A Vote for Ron Paul or Gary Johnson May Be a Vote For RomneySubmitted by David Robertson on Wed, 08/29/2012 - 10:14
In the Presidential election in November since the voting will almost certainly be electronic and since we know that switching votes is very easy any vote outside the Republicrat duopoly is in danger of being switched to one of those candidates. It all depends on whom the oligarchy have chosen to win.
The key to winning in November is Jewish and Christian Zionist support. In Israel the choice is clearly Romney since he is a friend of Netanyahu. He will move the American embassy to Jerusalem and support an attack on Iran. If you read the Israeli press you will see that they tend to favour Romney over Obama. In fact they see Obama as an enemy of Israel which I believe is nonsense since he is just as controlled as Romney.
However it obviously fits the Israeli leaders' agenda to demonise Obama and make Romney the saviour of Israel. Therefore I suspect that Romney will be the candidate of choice for AIPAC and therefore the oligarchy. From that point it is only logical to assume that he will win especially after what we have witnessed here in the Republican primaries. Anyone who votes for a third party on the ballot is in danger of having their vote stolen and switched to Romney.
Therefore to put one's vote into an electronic system is to put it into the hands of the oligarchy and their chosen one. It doesn't matter whom you are voting for your vote will not necessarily be counted for your choice. Even writing in Ron Paul is not guaranteed to be a vote for him since the counting of the write in votes may be electronically controlled or the votes may be thrown away. The point is that any vote in the Presidential contest is in the hands of the oligarchy and they will use it for their own purposes. It is no longer your vote. Just voting to feel good is not wise when the votes are being stolen. Why provide them with grist for their mill?
Probably any time, money and energy should be directed towards those races where there is less or no intervention. They may or may not yet control the Congressional candidates' votes so supporting a good Liberty candidate down the line may be a better option. Forget about the Presidential candidates entirely. They are bound to be fixed.