Sunday, February 12, 2012

Hufffington Post: Ron Paul may have won Maine straw poll

Sam Stein of the Huffington Post provided a snippet from a Ron Paul email:

In Washington County -- where Ron Paul was incredibly strong -- the caucus was delayed until next week just so the votes wouldn’t be reported by the national media today. Of course, their excuse for the delay was "snow." That’s right. A prediction of 3-4 inches -- that turned into nothing more than a dusting -- was enough for a local GOP official to postpone the caucuses just so the results wouldn’t be reported tonight. This is MAINE we’re talking about. The GIRL SCOUTS had an event today in Washington County that wasn’t cancelled! And just the votes of Washington County would have been enough to put us over the top.

Mittens "won" the Maine non-binding straw poll by 194 votes.

Rightardia suspects that it will be announced Monday that Ron Paul actually won.

This is a repeat of Iowa where initially it was announced that Mittens won but the official tally gave the win to Rick Santorum. The state GOP chairperson resigned after the Iowa caucuses. So did the Nevada chair after its recent caucuses.

Wayne Madsen had one of his people at CPAC and noticed that Mitt Romney's name rarely came up at the lightly attended convention that finished up in a ballroom.

The CPAC straw poll is also suspect because the Romney team allegedly bought a lot of tickets that gave them extra votes in the CPAC straw poll.

The public may now understand why the GOP has been passing voting laws that suppress voting. 

The GOP knows about all of the dirty electoral  tricks in polls and caucuses because they have been using them even in their own primaries for years. 

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