First Order of Business: An Honest Vote. If We Had One Ron Paul Would Be President NowSubmitted by Sue4theBillofrights on Sat, 12/01/2012 - 01:31
What is the order of priorities for the Ron Paul Revolution to succeed now? I submit that we have already succeeded, and swayed a critical mass of voters to our viewpoint. Our arguments against the NDAA, for restoring the Constitution, for ending the Fed, and other components of our platform have already reached a critical mass of Americans. The fact is, if we had an honest voting system, Ron Paul would be president right now.
No matter how much hard work we do, it means nothing if they can simply make voting results say anything they want, as Karl Rove did in Ohio in 2004, as the GOP did in primary after primary in 2012 in which evidence is strong that Ron Paul won.
This thread is for the purpose of putting together an inventory of the voting systems in each state, so that we can prepare for victory in the congressional races 2014 and the presidential primaries and general election in 2016. We need to reconcile contradictory information into a repository which we can use to map our way forward. For example, some sources list early critical states like Iowa and New Hampshire as paper ballot states. However, these were among the states where electronic vote flipping was evident in the primaries. So do Iowa and NH have paper ballot voting or not?
The beauty of it is that this is an initiative which can cut across party and ideological lines. Only those up to no good could possibly be against this, and so they will be rapidly exposed. The Ron Paul Revolution has triumphed. Now let's get ready to prove it.
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