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The daughter asked yesterday about the crop of candidates currently spending their way through the primaries. She, like us, will not be voting for the fraud. Nobama in 08, nobama ever. That said, we got into a discussion of how the far fringe elements have taken over both parties. And what it comes down to, imo, is lack of participation in the primaries. 2008 was different in that we of the D persuasion had a qualified, experienced candidate- AND a Chicago con man backed by the powers that be- iow- the money men.The Chicago Way brought us rampant caucus and voter fraud and the outright theft of delegates to push the inexperienced, unqualified, but money men backed fraud over the line.

In most primaries, turn out is dismal. Here is an old 2010 article with some good graphs. I would dare to say that not much has changed. Regular run…

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carl D'Agostino
    Jan 24, 2012 @ 15:43:40

    Where’s Theodore Roosevelt when ya need em ? Looks like I may vote Ralph Nader. Again.


  2. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 24, 2012 @ 16:03:15

    I have a feeling no matter which conservative candidate we vote for there will be a couple of more stimulus plans in the works and more inflation….


  3. The Conservative Hill Billy
    Jan 24, 2012 @ 23:25:02

    Wayne, I don’t see any true conservatives when I look at Newt and Mitt. I just heard audio from 1988 where Newt states he worked with Rockefeller back in 1966, then he just recently claimed to had been on the ground floor with Goldwater. I told you I don’t trust him, and he is a mole for the dems, and the good ol’ boy RHINO’s.
    Good for you Carl, I respect any voter who is willing to step outside and vote third party. IMHO, the dems, and repubs, don’t have more than a nickels worth of difference between them. There are very few true conservatives, and democrats left. As for Teddy? Not a real big fan, he was to socialist for me, but at least I could trust him on national defense and immigration!


  4. curiousobserver95356
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 07:25:32

    A friendly reminder to those who ditch the Republican party for the independent candidate: look at what happened in 2000 when 5% of people voted for lefty psychopath Ralph Nader. Had Nader not run, Al Gore would have been president in 2000. Fast forward to 2012, the choices aren’t great, but I’ll support anybody and anything that gets BHO out of office. Isn’t that the goal of most conservatives?


  5. curiousobserver95356
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 07:27:12

    Santorum and Ron Paul vs. Obama, both get smoked. Newt’s more conservative than Romney, but his unpopularity rating is hovering at 50%. Small wonder why Sarah Palin didn’t run, her unpopularity was in the same 50% neighborhood. True conservatives are nice in theory, but they’re certainly not on the Republican slate this year, except for Santorum, who’d get his lunch handed to him by the Bamster.


  6. The Conservative Hill Billy
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 08:44:26

    CO, you make a good point, but the only difference between the GOP’s top two candidates, and Obama, is the speed in which they will screw our country over. They play for the same team. These vermin are very clever, and patient to boot. The string pullers behind the scenes are laughing their asses off becasue this is their plan, and the goal is the NWO.


  7. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 20:48:42

    Unfortunately, I am just hoping for someone to beat Obama and right now I am wondering why we can’t find better more truer conservatives to be candidates.

    I am really sick and tired of these folks, maybe their hearts are right with God or not, but they use the word of God to promote their campaigns, then when it’s all done they side with the federal reserve bankers and International financiers also called Mammonites..;-]] which will lead to the globalization and the mark of the beast. And the death of millions of Christians world wide..

    Since Ron Paul will not get the Electoral votes anyway, I am looking into if Santorum who does not come from gilded feathers and a wealthy family or in the friends network and came from an average Middle class American family as a potential candidate.

    Yeah, it really does look like Obama has a good chance at winning unless we get a surprise candidate from the left who will split the democratic votes…but in the end the bankers get another shill…

    Individual votes are not what they used to be, I guess locally they count but not federal…


  8. Carl D'Agostino
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 21:38:58

    The possibility for beating Obama is there. In 10 states he won by an average of 5%. That means just an average of 100,000 pissed off people in each state would swing the state republican.


  9. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 21:43:58

    Carl, what about the electoral votes, you’re speaking of of the popular vote. what about the insider electoral votes? How do you think Obama won last time, it was the electoral votes that killed the Republican ticket..


  10. Carl D'Agostino
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 21:46:46

    You are right but the 10 states have maybe 100 electoral votes


  11. wayne2008sblogsite
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 21:49:57

    Thanks for that information Carl, Something to think about. If Santorum doesn’t work out maybe I’ll toss my vote like a horse shoe…at least it counts…..;-]]]


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