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All I can say is, why did you Idiots vote for him?

The people of Arizona are mad at John McCain. I ask, why did you reelect him?


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It's very very Simple.

John McCain is a Democrat.

Good question

which begets another good question --> do you think election fraud exists?

Anyone pondering why there was barely a whimper regarding strange voting anomalies in the last POTUS election? As though people are resigned to the fact that one's vote isn't worth the computer chip to manipulate it.

Can't say "isn't worth the paper it's written on"...

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

Organized crime has always had a big hand in Arizona.

An ARIZONA REPUBLIC reporter was killed by a car bomb in the 1970s. The crime lord suspected of ordering the hit had escaped federal prosecution for controlling the liquor trade in the 1940s by letting his chief underling take the fall for him, in an agreement brokered by a mob lawyer named William Renquist (Yes, THAT William Renquist). After the chief underling served four years in jail, the crime lord rewarded him with the exclusive Budweiser distributorship in Arizona. When the underling died, his only daughter, Cindy, inherited the fortune. She is now known as Cindy McCain (Yes, THAT Cindy McCain). McCain has lived a charmed life because he married well and because his daddy, Admiral McCain, covered up Israel's attack on the U.S.S. Liberty.

One of these days, I hope to see John McCain hang.

"Just Arizona"? What is it about the mafia, beer, and politics?

"Just Arizona"? What is it about the mafia, beer, and politics? Seems like every beer distributorship is a huge money maker totally entangled in the mafia and power politics. Whosever controls the "King of Beers" must by default be a mafia kingpin.

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

A much better question...

... is why did you vote at all?

Message to the Voting Cattle - Larken Rose

Please listen:


“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”― Henry David Thoreau

you people

you daily paulers are naive, you really think mccain is re-elected everytime. lets just say his aghan poppy profits help fund his and many other republicans and a democrats re-election efforts.

nuff said.

"He's this eccentric Ghandi-Like figure that you cant touch with the normal bribes that people respond to."
the man Doug Wead on DR. RON PAUL

Yep, it's expensive to run a

Yep, it's expensive to run a propaganda machine.

Voter Beware



Bump to Any Voter Anywhere beware

If the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 initiated authorized voting in the new United States and the Constitution of the United States made permanent this voting, but didn't make voting authorized in the states of the first union of the United States of America why do the voting peepholes of the United States of America continue under pure ignorance to the LAW vote for these bureaucrats to proliferate FRAUD.

Because it's better than a civil war

or a coupe, or a global war.

The Diebold Source Code Voted For Him

So you don't have to worry your pretty head about petty problems like a mass invasion of Mexicans, police states, UN global government, etc.

But I don't want a globlist senator! Can't I have a Constitutionalist instead?

I'm sorry Dave- I can't do that...

Up vote

Wish more people researched Diebold. That's how they get us at the polls.

Lima-1, out.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Let me say

McCain is NOT a conservative. He is a moderate and always has been.
People can't complain they did not do their research.

"Once you become knowledgeable, you have an obligation to do something about it."- Ron Paul

I did my Research

and I've concluded that he's a Gas Bag.

How Do You Know They Voted Him In?

Maybe he was appointed like Romney was appointed for the nomination.


McCain has always been a big

McCain has always been a big advocate of amnesty for illegal immigrants. But during his last campaign he pretended to change his spots. That's because he had a primary challenge from a Republican who really did want to enforce immigration law. He put up an ad about how we need to build a fence at the border, yada yada. Apparently he fooled a lot of Arizonans with short attention spans. I knew that as soon as he was safely in his seat again he would become John McAmnesty again, and I was right.

because he brings home the

because he brings home the bacon.

this is where I come from on

this is where I come from on this, My friends on facebook who just had to vote for Romney because he was the best viable option, sit and bitch moan and groan about Obama. I always point out to them that Romney would be doing the same exact things as Obama. They say, he wouldn't be signing a weapons ban! I say oh yea,, watch this!... I give them the youtube of Romney saying he would sign the assault weapons ban... dead silence ensues.....

had to

who had to vote for Romney were those who signed loyalty oaths to the party to become national delegates for Ron Paul. Intergrity does not mean cheating on the loyalty oath one took. I don't know anyone who voted for Romney in the primary, so what we have here is a state's issue.

Why did SOS Bowden put Romney on her web page as president nominee just after the primary election and before the RNC nomination? Because Romney "won" the GOP in CA, because "CA" wanted Obama, because no matter what Obama is doing from our perspective, from their perspective, he is spending massive amounts on MIC, testing weapons and support, and CA has become all about producing weapons, support, (AND WE DO NEED DEFENSE HERE, the Pacific is a large area to cover /Thank you Hawai'i and US terrritories) and prision industrial complex is also part of that support. That is the ship we have to turn in the state, and so goes the nation.

What I think is, there are crporations, like Bay Area Council, where the CEOs of the global corporations (media, power, telecommunications, energy) and elected past (equal to a true executive committee) politicians (Schwartzennegger, Rice, Clinton), and some active (Brown, State Senate), work out their agreements for CA trade (building more prisons and complexes), which the parties are the representatives of those corporations, the lobbiest who gets the bid in.. which CA has Bechtel and Halliburton, and others, and the company shelling out the capital, bailout or not, is who the party pushes.. and why we are becomming more militarized.

Some folks need 6 secret service agents at their side to speak in public, or even an army, and it's they who we need to convince that people are beautiful and loved and not a cancer to be wiped off THEIR Earth. It's not theirs, but it sure as hell feels like it at times when hell freezes over.

Isn't voting voluntary.

That's different from loyalty.

Free includes debt-free!

Yes and no

you volunteer to register to vote.

When you run for an office or a seat, in many of our cases, we petitioned for ballot access to be elected onto Republican central committee seats.

We you qualify, you are asked to come to the county cleark's office, or the committee, will have you sign oaths and swear oaths to the constitution, the party and a 470, will not commit purgery.

As an elected seat, representing those who voted for you, or of you are appointed, it is expected that you will support the party because the party democratically nominated and elected the national nominees. So if you do not, then you are not keeping your loyalty oath to the party (constitution be damned).

Some states, like Neveda, I believe, have done away with loyalty oaths, and they have legoslation we can use to do away with them, if we can keep seats, to do that.

No parties

In an ideal world we would have no political parties, thus no loyalty oaths to party. That is why I prefer a candidate who would run as an Independent, rather than one trying to take over the GOP from within. But I commend you for your diligence to the path you have chosen. No party, be it Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, or other should have the right to demand party loyalty when it comes to your sacred, sovereign, individual vote.


I was an Indy from 1993 to 2010. Indy's have no representation. No one has their back, front, side, nothing. To me, the Indy voter registration is a protest, thus designed to lose.

No one stands, sits or represents an indy politiacally. An indy votes for who ever put others on the ballot for him.

What percentage of those so sworn voted?

Do they also equate voting with party loyalty?

Do the loyalty oaths rescind the secret ballot?

Does the California GOP support compulsory voting?
"Ten countries, from Singapore to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Australia enforce compulsory voting."

Free includes debt-free!

I have no idea what % sworn in actually voted

They equste voting for the party on the national level.

What's happened is absentee ballots, which were originally for service men stationed oversears, so they could vote, replaced poll workers in many areas, so whether one likes it or not, one is sent an absentee ballot, where they must sign the envelope, so if someone in the registrar's office wanted to see how an elected voted, they could.

Seems to me, CAGOP supports winning by any means.


The truth hurts my eyes.....

How dare you get me to see that! I told you I did not want to see. It can't be so, it can't be so.



I can't figure that mentality out. They have such a hard time just going hummm, interesting then wanting to know more. They just shut down instead.

Eph 4:27

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-

What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks


the taliban is going to get them. 'MURICA!!

Never underestimate the power

of a few million retirees.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

you would think that those

you would think that those retires would have learned not to trust the government because of their experience with Viet Nam.

Myself and most other Vets I know...

...do not trust the government as far as you can throw a truck.
A good amount still do trust the government to certain extents.
And a few of us are part of the government...like John McCain.

As a soldier, McCain performed his missions honorably and heroically. A Hero.
As a statesman, McCain has performed with dishonor and disdain. A Zero.

Thanks for pointing out that we're "retiries" now! He-he!
Just remember, we were kids back then; and most forced (drafted) to participate.


Exercise Liberty.

America Rising.
The Constitution Stands.

"That the pen is mightier than the sword would be proven false; if I should take my sword and cut off the hand that holds the pen" - American Nomad