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View Poll Results: Is the current American Political System still a viable option to effect change?
No. The system is broken. Vote-Fraud is just one symptom of widespread corruption. 4 100.00%
Yes. We must do our best to work with the current system, changing it if we can. 0 0%
Voters: 4. You may not vote on this poll

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Old January 21st, 2008 #1
William Robert
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Default Does your vote really count?

Why Do People Still Waste Time On National Elections?

It is both shocking and depressing to think that there is still large numbers of average citizens who still naively think that one of the political charletons now running for President will be elected by votes cast by average citizens like themselves. How this mindset can still prevail after years of political corruption, secret backroom deals, voter fraud, assassinations, the outright in your face theft of the last two Presidential elections, and the election of a rubber stamp Congress, is unbelievable. To think that this latest election will somehow be different, that the politicians will finally listen to the voice of the people this time around is ludicrous to say the least.

It is simply absurd to think that a few new faces in Washington will save America from economic ruin at the hands of the Wall St. robber- barons, restore Constitutional Government, or end American military involvement in both Afghanistan and Iraq. This is not going to happen as long as Corporate and Special Interest cash pours into Washington. The winner of the election, regardless of political party, will function as mere window dressing while the real decisions are being made behind closed doors in Corporate boardrooms and in the Capitols of foreign governments.

Candidates who express a return to a Government of the people, such as Ron Paul, although having been able to raise large sums of cash and grassroots support, is being minimized just like that of Ralph Nader, who years before dared to question and critcize the status quo. The present candidates, whether they be Democrats such as Hillary Clinton or Obama, or Republicans like John McCain or Mitt Romney, are not participating in a genuine election, but a charade where the outcome has already ben decided long before the first vote is cast. If this is not the case as some would argue, than why has Americas leadership failed to act in favor of the people they feign to represent?

The American people never voted to send their jobs overseas, nor have they voted to allow millions of undocumented workers flood their workplace with cheap labor, nor have the American people voted for a foreign policy which benefits corporate profit and foreign interests over that of the legitimate safety and welfare of the Nation. In every election for the last thirty five years, Americans have voted for candidates who promised to act in their behalf, but all that the American voter has gotten are empty promises, empty pockets and a mountain of debt.

The winners of these fraudulent elections are, as always, those who can pay the most for sevices rendered by our now "selected" leaders in Washington. Our so called representatives and their masters on Wall St, not content with the looting and plunder of the American workplace, are now considering passing into law even more onerous and despotic legislation than that already on the books, that of making free thought a crime against the State, not to protect America from terrorism, but to protect themselves against the wrath of the people. Of course you do not hear the candidates speaking of this pending legislation which they support and vote for, but instead loudly pontificate about freedom and liberty instead.

So this is what we get to vote for in 08, a continuation of the outsourcing of our jobs resulting in the decline in our standard of living, a continuous state of war, and the establishment of a police state, American style. As for those who still believe that change is still possible in the voting booth, please indulge your fantasy, but for the rest of us who have come to our senses and are living in the real world, we must no longer participate in any exercise which will give the Corporate fascist, Wall St controlled state, any semblance of legitimacy. Do not vote in their rigged elections, and do not invest in the legalized crime syndicate known as the Stock Market, which as we speak, is responsible for plunging our Nation into yet another economic depression.
Old January 21st, 2008 #2
William Robert
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Default Edgar J. Steele on the ramifications of unchallenged Vote-Fraud.

The Ron Paul R3volution is dead.

"I haven't given up on Ron Paul, but I admit to having been convinced by him that he cannot become America's President. It took a long time. I don't know how often I've heard him tell reporters or interviewers that his followers "have cured (his) skepticism." I wince each time, because I know he doesn't mean it."

"Did you know that the Diebold voting machines are made in Israel? Did you know that an Israeli company was in charge of tallying the Iowa caucus results?"

"Here's the message you just delivered, Dr. Paul: If you will sit still for vote fraud in New Hampshire, you will tolerate it elsewhere, too."

"Now that they know they can get away with it, they are going to keep manipulating votes through the Diebold machines, guaranteeing that we lose."

"There will be no more money bombs."
Old January 21st, 2008 #3
William Robert
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Default Demonstrated Vote-Fraud

After watching these,

you'll understand why Die-bold

must "Die-Now"!

and remember,

"Diebold voting machines are made in Israel and an Israeli company was in charge of tallying the Iowa caucus results"

View "Hacking Democracy" Parts 1-9:

Hacking Democracy Part 1 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 2 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 3 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 4 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 5 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 6 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 7 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 8 of 9

Hacking Democracy Part 9 of 9

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Old January 23rd, 2008 #4
William Robert
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Default Former President Jimmy Carter thinks our system is a Joke.

Italian newspaper suggests Hilary Clinton's victory in New Hampshire was a miracle of technology

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, who has earned recognition as one of the foremost authorities on election procedures, has frequently pointed out that the United States of America does not meet international criteria for electoral security.


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