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by Ice

Louisiana Caucus: Ron Paul Win?

It appears there are more worries about fraud this election season.  And it seems to some that the Louisiana GOP is not only a part of the fraud problem but a player in the attempts to diminish Ron Paul’s campaign.  These are the facts as we know them:

Paul supporters were forced to file “provisional ballots” even though they were pre registered Delegates for Paul.  Hundreds of voters were forced to file these provisional ballots.

Under caucus rules, voters must have been registered by Nov. 30, 2007 but caucus locations relied on a list from Nov. 1, 2007, despite the rule.  State-certified Ron Paul delegates were forced to file provisional ballots despite the fact that they were pre-approved Ron Paul Delegates. 

At the time of the January 10 deadline, Ron Paul had the largest number of Delegates pledged to him.  Once again the party changed the rules to give other candidates until January 12 to file more delegates.

The fact that the nearly 500 provisional ballots that were forced to be cast could have changed the outcome of the election in favor of Ron Paul and the extension for the filing of delegates at the last minute leads one to believe that the Louisiana GOP has deliberately stolen a win from Congressman Paul.

There is more than something fishy going on this primary season.  This is downright scandalous.

Meanwhile, the Media has acted as though this caucus never took place.  Instead they covered the Florida primary, the results of recent polls that show a close race between Romney and McCain, Guilliani banking on Florida to put him back in the race and Thompson dropping out of the race.

And let us not forget Faux News failed to mention the #2 winner of the Nevada caucus and didn’t even put his graphic up as they mentioned every other candidates numbers.  But not a word about Ron Paul.

What really tops it off is the polling.  The Media will state that Ron Paul has a “poor showing” in the polls but what they fail to mention is that Ron Paul isn’t even listed as a choice on most of  those polls.  Talk about manipulation!!

And these are the people that millions of Americans put their trust in to deliver the facts?  The people have misplaced their trust.

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January 26, 2008 - Posted by | End of America, Fraud, Freedom & Liberty, Media, Politics, Ron Paul | , , ,


  1. Ok everyone who reads this response and has experienced voter shenanigans at a GOP primary, or THINKS they have, its time to act! Let’s give these Neocons a taste of their own medicine!

    This link below is to the UN Electoral Assistance Division contact info page. If you think you seen anything fishy like in LA, contact this group with your experience….

    The Carter Center, founded by former President Jimmy Carter also acts as an observer also. Their website is….

    I think its ironic and hilarious to envision UN reps showing up at a GOP primary. Time to start treating these thugs like the 3rd world dictators wannabes that they are! A foundation started by a Democrat monitoring the GOP primary, hehehehehe!!!!!

    If Dr Paul fails to get the nomination due to these criminals, its time to establish rEVOLution as a 3rd party and take the government back. I will support this!

    Comment by Livefire | January 26, 2008 | Reply

  2. Thank you, Livefire!

    Looks like you’ve started something here. Your links are getting attention. I believe I red somewhere that there are some states that will be using totally paperless voting machines. This does not bode well for a political process which, by law, bans secret vote counting.

    The People need to DEMAND a fair vote. Rise Up! Shout it out loud! Do not let these thugs steal another election!


    Ya know, it would be kinda funny to see the Carter Center watching over the GOP primary. heh heh.


    Comment by Ice | January 26, 2008 | Reply

  3. Did anyone see the LaGOP website comments from that snake Villere the head of the Louisiana Republican GOP? He wants to “compliment the enthusiam” of the Ron Paul supporters he screwed. Gee, doesn’t that make us Louisiana bumpkins feel better?

    Comment by Bob D | January 26, 2008 | Reply

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