Jane, thank you for all your great info. Many of us wish we lived in New Hampshire right now. In reference to the first family, in my lifetime there has not been anything that came close. RP does not have to talk about family values, instead he can simply say, "meet my family." Says it all.
Question: Has there been any talk in NH from RP supporters about what can be done to make certain polling is not compromised? Diebold machines, uncounted votes and such.
There is still much talk about the last two presidential elections being rigged and both Kerry and Gore getting ripped. Personally, I became so cynical that I doubted there would ever be a fair election again and thought the globalists just pick their candidate, give him his marching orders and then see that he is elected. Point: I don't want to be this cynical. I want Ron Paul as President. Is there anything we can all be doing now to insure our vote is counted accurately. Better to be proactive now. Thoughts?
There is lots of fraud in NH but it's not from the machines, it's from people who should not be voting here but do anyway and don't get prosecuted. Mostly Democrats are involved!
Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers
What a spokesperson he is for his Dad...and equally genuine. He hit so many big points in such a short amount of time and yet also remained completely relaxed, confident, laid-back, articulate, informed, believable...and in addition to that, he sure is cute! (I can say that since I'm old enough to be his Mom.)
Yes Rand is very classy, just like his Dad. I had lunch with him on Weds after the debate. He's married with young children.
He is the founder of the Kentucky Taxpayers Association. I work for the biggest taxpayers association in NH so this was very interesting. They are trying to ruin NH right now with the same system Kentucky uses. NH is #3, Kentucky is #48...
We will interview him on NH Taxpayer Radio when he returns...