“I think a Paul win would be devastating for the state of Iowa and the caucus process.”
—Sam Clovis, Iowan talk radio host and Rick
on the fallout
of Rep. Ron Paul winning the Iowa caucus
The Iowa Caucus: a Ron Paul Win or a GOP Heist?
A caucus selection process is a much fairer
method than party controlled primaries. That is why the GOP establishment fears the voice of the public. A caucus that could
actually influence or determine a nomination must be stopped. Party operated election commissions are a central cause for
illegitimate elections. If your anointed candidate wins, the process reflects the will of the people, but if a true reformer
wins, like Ron Paul; the caucus does not really matter. Just how stupid are these Republican stooges?
At least the
Wall Street Journal has their opening statement correct. "No matter the outcome, Ron Paul's strength indicates a resurgence
of the libertarian and isolationist wings of the Republican Party." However, the author of this item, David Yepsen, misses
the mark in his analysis.
"The Republican nominee must attract social conservatives
in the Iowa caucus without scaring women and moderates in November. He or she must also be one who can bring together
the internationalist and isolationist wings of the party and of the country."
The NeoCon flagship
publication wants the public to accept another global empire protector. The fact that Ron Paul’s foreign policy is in
the tradition of solid conservatives and anti-war populists is a clear reason why he will win in Iowa.
This next example
is a tragic reminder that the demise of the once eminent Manchester Union Leader newspaper has the renowned publisher William
Loeb turning in his grave.
"The papers continue to preach the virtues of small-government
conservatism and adherence to the Constitution. Yet their editorial pages have been silent about the recently passed provisions
of the National Defense Authorization Act that allow the President to use military forces to apprehend Americans, both abroad
and here in "the homeland," and hold them indefinitely in military prison, without charge and without trial, if
they are suspected of collusion with known terrorists or terrorist organizations. And McQuaid accuses Paul of taking a stand
that is, in the publisher's word, "nuts," because the Texas congressman insists on the due process rights that the
Congress and the President have cavalierly cast aside. The New Hampshire Union Leader/Sunday News supports the Obama policy
of targeted killing of American citizens as "enemy combatants," though they might never have committed an act of
violence against the United States or been anywhere near a battlefield."
The GOP cretins, who long ago, sold out the Republic are willing to foster any lie and sling whatever slime they
can make up to prevent Ron Paul from winning the nomination. Front and center is the nitwit Newt. The National Journal reports
in, Gingrich Unloads on Paul:
Worse Than Obama: "I think Barack Obama is very destructive to the future of the United
States. I think Ron Paul's views are totally outside the mainstream of virtually every decent American," Gingrich said
Tuesday in a CNN interview with Wolf Blitzer. Could he vote for Paul? "No.
"Ron Paul would be a dangerous president. He would have
us ignore all of the warning signs of another brutal dictator who wants to wipe Israel off the face of the earth."
For the NeoCons the MAINSTREAM is the embodiment of "domestic terrorism"
because the rightful decent oppose the madness of the perpetual and permanent state of war that is the cornerstone of all
the other Republican candidates.
Br. Nathanael dares to explain the purpose of the media attacks
In order to understand
the nature of the Gingrich, Bachmann, Santorum, Perry and Romney attacks on Ron Paul, you must face the reality that their
Israel First loyalty trumps their oath to protect the true interests of America.
The bold viewpoint
of Brother Nathanael will never gain mainstream attention. However, in his YouTube, Jewry's Push To Stop Ron Paul a born Jew witnesses what other Americans would be condemned for saying.
In Smear Job, Michael Collins Piper provides another example of attempts to destroy Ron Paul.
Times ranked AFP as its lead "evidence" that—in its view—unseemly groups and individuals endorse Paul’s
efforts. The Times said a variety of "white nationalists," "far right groups," "white supremacists,
survivalists and anti-Zionists"—and other villains—are rallying behind Paul.
Obviously seeking to impute
"anti-Semitism" to AFP by referencing the book The Invention of the Jewish People, what the Times didn’t mention
is that the book was written by an Israeli Jewish academic, first published in Hebrew in Israel where it was a national bestseller.
Most people would not know that, and that’s what the Times counted on."
"Appearing on the Jan Mickelson radio show, Paul,
was clearly emotional when the audio of the piece was played back to him.
on the video, Paul said "I’m amazed that they found that. If you’d have asked me to go back and find somebody
like that I wouldn’t know."
Explaining that although he does
not recall the specifics of the incident, Paul added that he found it humbling to know how grateful Mr. Williams is."
This is a powerful statement of the honest character and empathy of Congressman Paul.
Brian Doherty writes in Reason Magazine site, Why I Don't Think the Ron Paul Newsletters
Are Very Important.
this Fox story headlined "Newsletters, Statements Cause Campaign Problems for Ron Paul" where the only
voices they can find who actually thinks it's an important issue belong to Paul's opponent Newt Gingrich and GOP apparatchik
Karl Rove and National Review editor Rich Lowry (whose own publication's history has worse to answer to in terms of racial
insensitivity combined with actual expressed support for legal actions against the rights of African-Americans, which leads
Paul fans to believe that none of this has to do with actual objections to anyone with connections to past awful race-based
comments, but with scuttling what is good about the Ron Paul campaign)."
The Vote - Iowa Caucus 2012
Paul: Iowa Vote Fraud
View the YouTube, Ron Paul Says Watch The
Vote - Iowa Caucus 2012 with the perceptive message from Jim Condit Jr. All Americans have a profound
duty to prevent voting fraud. If this nation abdicates this responsibility, the alternative that What Really Happened publisher
and radio host, Mike Rivero expresses in the video Ron Paul: Iowa Vote Fraud, may well come to pass. This bust of outrage illustrates that the day of
naive voting and reverence to the two party charades is at a breaking point.
It is clear that the foreign
affairs establishment of the bipartisan War Party will make every effort to prevent Ron Paul from becoming President. The
rush for perfecting voter fraud is on. The announcement that the Iowa GOP is
moving vote-count to 'undisclosed location' is outrageous.
state party has not yet told the campaigns exactly where the returns will be added up, only that it will be off-site from
the Iowa GOP's Des Moines headquarters. The 2008 caucus results were tabulated at the state party offices, which sit just
a few blocks from the state capitol."
corrupt Republican Party hacks are determined to steal the nomination from Ron Paul. Every honest American needs to vote against
the fake two party dialectic scam. Registered Republican voters must get involved and demand oversight and transparent verification
of the counting process. All votes should be tallied at the location of each separate caucus in full view of every participant.
Tune out the controlled media. Gerald Celente’s characterization, "pressatutes"
for these whores is accurate. Do not allow the contrived polls to dictate your vote. The final Des Moines Register Iowa Poll shows support at 24 percent for Romney, 22 percent for Paul and 15 percent for Rick Santorum. Press directly and intensely
election commissions that protect the selection monopoly from fixing another election.
If the Libertarian Party wants to achieve national relevance, they should modify their rules and place Ron Paul on
the ballot as their presidential candidate in every state they has ballot access.
Ron Paul is ahead in Iowa and the whole world knows it. If the vote counting in this caucus is torpedoed the explosion
will be felt for years to come. Independent and authentic Tea Party activists support a Paul Presidency. Get involved and
demand accountability from all the party bosses that ignore the will of the people.
"Ron Paul will finish no lower than a very close third," said Iowa conservative radio
host Steve Deace. "His organization is one of the best political organizations in Iowa. The only two politicians with
a better organization in Iowa are [Democrat] Tom Harkin and [the GOP's Chuck] Grassley," the state's two U.S. senators.