Skip to comments.FOX News- Romney & GOP kept Gingrich off of Virginia ballot
Posted on 03/06/2012 10:35:51 PM PST by Christie at the beach
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With only minutes before the first Super-Tuesday Caucuses were set to close, FOX News and the University of Virginia Center for Politics reported a likely election fraud situation, committed by Mitt Romney and the Virginia GOP.
The establishment elite may be up to their usual 2012, nomination process shenanigans again as more people in positions of knowing have come forward to proclaim their displeasure with the establishments handling of challenges to their favorite candidate.
Multiple states across the country reported precincts tampered with, votes permanently lost, elections oddly postponed, permanently unverifiable results, and now simply not even allowing candidates to even be on the ballot to begin with.
Reporting from Virginia, FOX Newss Shannon Breen gave voice to political analyst, Virginia Techs Larry Sabato, who says it is very likely Mitt Romney and the Virginia GOP establishment, and their minions purposely kept signatures from being counted so, at least, Newt Gingrich wouldnt be on Virginias ballot on Super-Tuesday.
Continue reading on Examiner.com Romney, Virginia GOP commit election fraud: FOX News - Denver Conspiracy | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/conspiracy-in-denver/romney-virginia-gop-commit-election-fraud-fox-news#ixzz1oPVz2Hcl
But they didn’t keep Santorum or anyone else out? Were the rules changed from 2008, 2004, 2000?
This kind of shenanigan stinks to high heaven. Also... why the heck is the GOPe fine with Democrats crossing over to vote in Republican primaries? Seems like they don’t mind it because it keeps serious conservative candidates at bay.
Yes, they did change the rules.
We the people scare the heck out of them...
This doesn’t surprise me.
If determined to be true, what would be the remedy?
Seems like they are not afraid to show that this election cycle.
Lack of volunteer depth kept Gingrich and Santorum off the ballot. Using incompetent or poorly trained signature gatherers kept them off the ballot. Failure to collect a significant excess of signatures kept them off the ballot. Paul got on the ballot because he has been through enough to know he should get 15,000 signatures when 10,000 were required. Can’t jump in at the last minute and expect to get everything right especially in a hard state like VA.
Ruh roh! This might be a game changer.
What have we ever done to make them fear us? NOTHING. We followed their rules, voted for THEIR chosen candidates, and where did it get us? Here. That’s where.
I heard that Romney and Paul were not subject to the 10,000 signature rule, because they both supplied the correct number in 2008. Heard that on Fox News.
"Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) announced Sunday that he has reconsidered his decision from Saturday and will not seek to get several GOP presidential candidates added to the states primary ballot."
It appears time for you Cuccinelli to reconsider your reconsideration.
Virginia has a choice: they can let Romney take another win, or they can protest by voting for Paul (who will not likely come anywhere close to getting the nomination), to deny Romney the boost of 'winning' Virginia.
It is a pity that Newt's and Santorum's people there were not more on top of their game.
Sickening. I am going to bed.
I repeat: I will never vote for Romney.
If the allegations are investigated and found to be accurate, it would represent an addition to the growing list of reports showing the establishment elite to be manipulating the nomination process country wide, in favor on Mitt Romney.
Further stealing caucuses from other candidates, mainly Ron Paul, to likely insure the continuance of a 1%r agenda that, according to Wall Street and the lions share of its campaign donation money, Mitt Romney is most likely to support should he be the nominee and beat Obama in November.
Continue reading on Examiner.com Romney, Virginia GOP commit election fraud: FOX News - Denver Conspiracy | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/conspiracy-in-denver/romney-virginia-gop-commit-election-fraud-fox-news#ixzz1oPjQzIBW
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