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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Super Trickster Day

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 07:30:18 AM EST
    Tags: "DELE-GATE", Michigan, MiGOP, Saul Anuzis, Bobby Schostak, Fraud, DeleGATE, Stolen Elections, Rules, More Rules, Damned Rules, RNC, Memos, Internet is Forever, Romney, Santorum, Credentials Cheating, Stolen Votes (all tags)

    Out of the 10 states involved in the "Super Tuesday" part of our election, how many will have questionable results, delayed counts, and angry grass roots?

    Am guessing about 4-5.  But that is just a guess.  And lets take the guess a little further with a favoring Mitt Romney on Super Tuesday theme.  Certainly it would follow, as the Iowa, Viginia, Maine, and Florida races demonstrate, team Romney has a bag of tricks, like we have never seen.  And by golly this list would be incomplete without adding Michigan to the mix.

    Funny thing about election fraud in the 21st century, as the internet makes it a little harder to escape the truth.

    More below.

    Kevin has done a fine job keeping track of what is going on.  we have been on top of it here at RightMichigan.com from the beginning.  SOME might make it an issue of where he works, thus muddying the water on what is otherwise a clear and inappropriate manipulation of election results.

    The truth is the truth, no matter WHOM is the teller of the truth.

    For 6 days, while the Michigan GOP credentials committee stonewalls, folks across the country are presented with a clear and decisive win by Mitt Romney in Michigan.  The supporting evidence however would not be enough if he had been tied in the final delegate count, and even with a final vote off three points  Rick Santorum claimed a subtle victory as the 7 congressional districts produced 14 delegates for him, and he took 1 of the 2 remaining at large PER THE RULES established by the Michigan GOP PRIOR TO THE ELECTION.

    The change made the night after the election by Romney supporters follows a theme being seen by voters across the country, however.

    Without the manipulating at the edges, there is no clear path for Mitt Romney to the flag bearing position of the GOP this presidential cycle.  The back room dealing by the MIGOP credentials committee is producing no love by the base, and the MiGOP Chair Bobby Schostak is proving he a worthy prevaricator, as he takes the blame for the confusion, yet then does nothing honorable, .. like resigning.

    He won't take the fall for Anuzis however.  All the explanations made so far to cover up the incompetent cheating attempts seem to mimic Anuzis' memo the day after the committee met in secret. While this is going on, they will be sacrificing their communications people like Frendewy instead.

    Seriously High class.

    As of today, 6 days after the cabal met to change rules AFTER THE FACT, even the RNC still has the rules as UNDERSTOOD posted.

    The RNC, the candidates themselves, and especially the MiGOP credentials committee understood perfectly well what the rules were all right.  Schostak explained them in the memo and with an interview followup, the RNC memo was updated the day of the election, and when it didn't pan out for the favored candidate?

    The rules were changed.

    The jury is vast MiGOP.  There are at least TWO now, who must resign. And the sooner the better.

    Stonewall, and you destroy the party, and every one of those in the Michigan GOP management faces further scrutiny and exposure for the recalcitrant stance being taken.

    Follow the lead of honorable men like Doster, or Cox, and for ONCE show Michigan Republicans WHY they can trust the party.  

    They surely do not now.

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    Fo sho (none / 0) (#1)
    by Corinthian Scales on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 09:18:30 AM EST
    Damn.  Deeply disappointed in what appears to be Joan's blind spot on the real issue happening with primary elections nationwide.  Frankly, I've had my share of dust ups with KRH here on RM (sorry folks, that's just how males do things in case society has forgotten), but I clearly see that KRH is only addressing a very real and blatantly obvious clandestine agenda to paint the EstablishMitt favored 'native son' (gag) in the best light possible to sway the masses to concede to their squishy Boehner/Cantor ran DC agenda.  KRH is not in any way advocating on behalf of a StatNat customer over the difference of one stinking delegate (that's sounds like Saul speak to me).  How she is able to suggest otherwise is beyond my imagination and perhaps better left for her to explain.

    Somebody warned you (none / 0) (#2)
    by archiespeck on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 10:39:54 AM EST
    It was better (none / 0) (#3)
    by LookingforReagan on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 10:45:55 AM EST
    When this stupid ass and very expensive primary system didn't exist. The biggest reason for it is it takes twice to three times as much money as it needs to. That means the average man doesn't have access to the kind of funding it takes to run a national campaign. As someone who became politically aware at an early age I remember watching the 1960 conventions on TV. Yeah, black and white. In those days the conventions meant something. They had a purpose unlike today. Now, just the closing act on the political circus's and the dog and pony shows put on by both parties. They all bitch about money in politics but anybody that pays attention knows that money is the life blood of the political process. Still there are ways to make the process better. Return to the old ways of doing things. The convention process gave us better vetting and stronger candidates that better represented the platforms of the party. Not like today. I still don't understand the idea of having a primary or caucus in a state. Like with the baseball playoff system it is all about money. It is time to return sanity to the process of choosing a candidate. Reduce the cost of campaigns and start getting better candidates that will govern better. Call me old fashion. That is fine cause I am. But things needn't be this difficult. The current primary system is how we ended up with McAmnesty, Snydholm, Bob Dole and other half baked candidates that ran throw away campaigns or claimed to be one thing and proved to be another after winning. Maybe once we get contol of the nominating process we can once again gain control of spending and the unconstitutional expansion of government. We need to act now. Before it is too late.

    The rules weren't changed (none / 0) (#5)
    by InksLWC on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 11:27:08 AM EST
    I'm not on Team Anuzis, but let's be honest here... the rules were never changed.  Anybody who carefully read all the memos and e-mails would know that.

    LOL ...now Virginia's turn (none / 0) (#13)
    by Corinthian Scales on Tue Mar 06, 2012 at 02:49:55 PM EST
    Just gotta love the Not-Romney Paulestinians.

    LISTEN UP Democrats, Independents and everything in between!! PLEASE Consider voting for Ron Paul in the PRIMARY tomorrow! Do NOT Consider it a vote against Obama, it's just a primary and you can still vote for Obama if your heart so desires come this November!

    Even their Democrats are doing the same play.

    How the hell the EstablishMitt is planning to drag their beloved Elder Willard's unwanted flip-flopping blue blood carcass across the finish line in November has yet to be explained...

    No thanks.

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