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Mitt Romney Will lose Tomorrow - Karma - RNC Epic Fail - Should've embraced Dr. Paul Shame on YOU

From the swing state of Ohio - I will be voting for Gary Johnson and will be proud of it, since I cant write-in Dr. Ron Paul.

The RNC failed, they should of listened during the primarys that Mitt can not win against Obama. Tomorrow will be day je vu for you Mitt and RNC. Its gonna be another rough 4 years with the dictator, but Liberty will have another chance in 2016.

For Liberty and Peace, signing out an OHIO Voter

Love you Dr. Paul and everyone in our movement, We are strong.

Goodnight Fellow Americans



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A Post or Two Later I Received the Death Penalty...

on hannity's forum of neanderthalology.

He cannot help it—the strategy of the chameleon relies on the tactic of blending; ultimately, resulting in blending to a degree, of Invisibility — as Rs will see — when placed aside Mr. Obama.

Human freedom is Imagination's most precious possession.

Got it right - Romney Lost

GOP open your eyes NOW, you picked the wrong Nommine call -

Dr. Paul and apoligize - We are stronger, Get ready everybody 2016

more out of control government

maybe we can get it right after 4 more years of chaos

Never felt so at peace doing

Never felt so at peace doing what I did today.....

If Romney Wins

If Romney wins who he is will be a great teaching lesson to his followers. He is a laugh.
Anyway life without a true leader like Ron Paul as our President is a tragedy. As long as American believe they need a leader to follow it is a tragedy. Mitt is a stick in the mud. Ron Paul is a genuine gentleman.

shisaracyndi

BRAVO Lamborghini_man!!! I could not agree more.

I too voted for Gary Johnson partially because my Ron Paul vote in WA State won't be counted.

I do agree with many of Gary's points and Dr. Paul is a hero of his.

But mostly I did it to PUNISH the RNC/GOP for their cheating Dr. Paul in Tampa - and all throughout the campaign for that matter.

I repeat your sentiments here: Tomorrow will be day je vu for you Mitt and RNC.

THEY SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO US KOOKS.

They should have embraced us.

But they didn't.

They said that WE'RE the problem in the party.

But now they're going to PAY.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Ron Paul write-in, out in WA State, is legal this year, since...

they did not have a presidential primary... it is just that the law says that they will lump all the write-ins together unless the number is significant in changing the outcome. Therefore, one can be at peace in voting Ron Paul though you vote alone, for you will enjoy the sweetest repose that your vote is really not lost!

And if Romney wins?

We are kind of in a catch-22 here...

I never saw any wisdom in telling the GOP that 'Romney will fail without us.' It set us up in the catch-22...

Romney loses: we will be blamed. You might like that, but I don't see that turning out well since we do not control the narrative. Do you really think the GOP would say 'golly gee, we need those Ron Paul folks after all... time for some real change!'?

Romney wins: Then we are irrelevant? If we said they couldn't win without us, and then they do win without us...

The GOP can control the short-term narrative...

but what they can't control is demographics. Younger conservative voters are on our side, and that means it's only a matter of time before we take over.

I don't play, I commission the league.

Remember the next phase - post Romney

Keep up with the Republican Party. A Romney loss will mean his people will leave the party sooner than under a President Romney. Ron Paul has a very good influence in Iowa and New Hampshire. I think it will be Rand in 2016 if Mitt loses. If Mitt wins, we're screwed for a while. We need another Republican primary sooner than later.

I know some of you don't like Rand Paul. The only thing I have to say to you is: watch what he does, not as he says. This goes for all politicians. I know he voted for sanctions on Iran, but I think he learned his lesson. He was the lone vote against a more recent resolution on Iran.

The system to get back our civil liberties, prosperity, and peace has been designed to be extremely difficult. The quickest way is through the system itself. We cannot throw away what Ron Paul has dedicated decades of his life.

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Another registered Republican

Another registered Republican here in Ohio voting for Gary Johnson! Too bad our e-voting machines in my county are run by former Bain Capital alum per Ben Swann, so not I'm sure which candidate my vote will be switched to!

From a fellow Buckeye -

my wife and I are also voting for Johnson. Here in Toledo I see a lot of Obuma yard signs. Romney - not so much.

I'm not voting tomorrow, but

I'm not voting tomorrow, but this is going to Romney.

www.unskewedpolls.com

MSM Polls are predicting heavy Democrat turnout and light Rep. Liberals believe they will see 2008 type turnout. Won't happen.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Wanda Sykes 1/2 Hour at White House Correspondants Dinner-Obama

Wanda Sykes slaps around the critics of the President at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. She takes on Sen. McCain, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dick Cheney and critics of the President's choice of dog.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=zmyRog2w4DI&feature=end...

Ron Paul only got

2 million votes compared to Romney's 10 Million. You don't just become the nominee like that.

https://twitter.com/#!/Agonzo1

Many of Romney's votes were stolen from other candidates.

They were switched from Ron Paul, Santorum and Gingrich as well as in the secret vote counts. We'll never know what the real numbers were.

The same thing will happen in the general. Everything else is a distraction.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)

The difference is that Romney

The difference is that Romney won't get any of those 2 million votes whereas Paul would have gotten 9 million or so of Romney's votes... so who's better off all things considered?

Not Really

70% of Libertarians according to the Reason Rupe Poll are voting Romney over Johnson or Obama. I'd imagine it's a higher number among Republicans that voted for Ron Paul in the Primary.

https://twitter.com/#!/Agonzo1

Do you actually

Believe in that poll? if those people are voting for Romney, they're not libertarians, and libertarians pay far more attention to the political process(read, "fraud") that America has seen in the past primary season.

"Truth is Treason in an Empire that lies" - Ron Paul

Educate the masses, and win in the end.

I am voting for Romney

Yeah I know it sucks but Obama is way worse IMHO.

Look at his ideas about disarming the United States of all nuclear weapons.

To me that is suicide.

One of the two is going to win, not Gary Johnson. The game is rigged but Obama has got to go.

Well IMHO, If you voted for Romney...

...then you never were a Ron Paul supporter.

No TRUE Ron Paul supporter could lower themself to that level.

I voted for Johnson but I feel a Romney victory will be the absolute worst thing for the liberty movement.

It will show that we never DID really matter and that the RNC can cheat without consequence.

If Romney wins, we and our cause will have been neutralized to the point of extinction.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

It's not how many votes a

It's not how many votes a candidate gets that determines the victor. It's all about who's counting the votes.

Once you've had integrity, you never go back

Today, I've had several phone calls from folks about the election. They each have tried to lay out their shallow talking points about lesser evils. They have each tried to get me to say I'm going to vote for r0bamney. Why all this sudden attention for me? They were not concerned when I had things to say about stolen votes, crimes against our delegates or unethical rule changes and associated GOP crimes. They didn't want to hear the facts about the fed. They refused to show concern for the state of perpetual war we are in. Not one of the people who called me today paid any attention to the research I've poured over and shared with them these past few years. So for those reasons and more, take your "red team / blue team" sports-like mentality that delivered this candidate and go vote for him. I will not vote for people like that. Once you've had integrity, you never go back!

Exactly why

I Wrote in Ron Paul

Laurelai

Not so cut and dried in the swing states

Romney must lose to advance our cause. The winner will be Obama or Romney. Registered Republicans in the swing states get two votes if they vote Obama. -1 for Mitt and +1 for Obama. It's tempting to write in Ron Paul, but when the race in your state is close, you need to pause and consider how you can have the maximum impact in this years election and do the most to benefit liberty long term.

Excellent Point!

Gary Johnson is close, but sadly no cigar. Ron Paul would never be for FEMA or the "fair" tax.

close?

Dr. Ron Paul resembles a flip flopping empty suit? Hardly

I'm Writing in Ron Paul Tomorrow

I've been doing some musing lately over this whole matter of voting and I've come to the conclusion that we've made it way too complicated. So much discussion about voting revolves around scenarios such as, "If I vote for A, that will take a vote away from B and help C get elected, so I better hold my nose and vote for B" or something similar. Other debates center around "wasting" your vote.

What I've finally concluded is this (and it's probably so simple, I should have figured it out years ago): Voting is my opportunity to tell my fellow citizens whom I want for president (or dogcatcher or whatever). And tomorrow, that's just what I'm going to do.

Am I "wasting" my vote? Well, if voting is all about picking a winner, then nearly half the American electorate will "waste" their votes tomorrow by voting for all the losers. Of course, many of you will say that every vote is wasted, and I certainly respect that. But for me, at least for one more election, I'm going to "invest" my vote in Ron Paul and maybe a handful of other candidates that I think are worthy of it.

That being said, and with the full realization that many of our Ron Paul Revolutionaries will simply sit this one out, I am going to be interested in seeing the cumulative total of (1)write-in votes for Ron Paul, (2)votes for Gary Johnson, (3)votes for Virgil Goode, and depending on the state and who is on the ballot, (4)votes for certain other candidates for president. This should give us a rough idea of the minimum Ron Paul/liberty activist presence in tomorrow's election.

Mitt Romney Will lose Tomorrow

I HOPE SO!!!

The Re-Thugs/GOP NEED their Schitt Handed to Them!!!

They Are SLOW, and only understand BASIC Human Behavior!

A Good BASHING with a HEAVY Club is What it Will Take.

JMHO!

I hope so too

IF Obama gets back in, maybe the Repugs (yes, I am registered as one!) will wake up to the fact: What ever happened to Republicans for Limited Government? Maybe a nice split government will slow down at least some of the encroaching looters of our liberties.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15