Voter Fraud 4- BEWARE, The Ides Of November, Free Goodies

Voter Fraud 4: BEWARE The Ides Of November, Free Stuff

Here we are again. Voter fraud parte Quattro. Some critics might say that we are officially over the hill. Once you surpass the trilogy tipping point, you are done. I disagree. Let me bring you up to speed. In Voter Fraud part 1, we explored the physical voter fraud that exists in American elections.

The Inquisitr reported on at least two of these potential examples of voter fraud. Unless, you consider “vote flipping” to merely be a “calibration” error.

Then, in Voter Fraud part two, we explored the two party “duopoly” and how they round us up into only two groups in which we are allowed to vote in elections. In the last segment, Voter Fraud part three, we explored the “uninformed voter” and how they affect elections.

So, though it would appear we have run out steam with the 2014 November Midterm elections less than a day away, there is still much more to explore.

It’s sad in the “information age,” we can still be duped by campaign ads and slogans. “X” promises to give you this, “Y” promises to give you that. Both, say they are better than the other one. Then before long, they sling so much mud you’d swear you were watching mud wrestling. Often times they sell progressive, but it is simply regressive. They sell you freedom, but it’s slavery.

Then again, if they can not sell you something these days, they will just promise “free stuff”. In 2008, we were sold “free healthcare”. Mercury News reported on one man that found out the truth for us, a little too late. Though, that is just the tip of the iceberg and most intellectuals are aware money does not fall from the government’s backside, the 2012 election saw the “vote with your lady parts” and the push about “free birth control.” Apparently, $9.00 per month is crazy talk.

How dare anyone expect you to pay? How dare you expect someone else to pay, lefty. Granted, that is not the point, with all the free goodies being passed around, no one will be paying for it or getting it in the not too distant future.

Not that the Big Rs have much to brag about with defense companies and their billion dollar tax-payer funded planes wasting away in airport hangars somewhere, but that is another topic for another time.

We get too caught up with who can win the election, or who is the “lesser of two evils,” but I doubt the founders fought and died for you to be so complacent or defeatist. Its not a matter of whether they get congress to vote and pass everything you desire. It’s not even a matter of passing anything. It’s the fight. It’s showing sincerity, and putting forth the effort. It’s like that military phrase “stand and fight, or get out of the way.”

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Ron Paul, love him or hate him, was a good example. He did not get much accomplished by way of political process, but he did sew ideas in the American subconsciousness. No lobbyists or hand outs. His vote was constitutional, not financial.

Townhall collected an article’s worth of quotes from a certain American orator. Whether you feel he did half as much as he spoke about or not, the words he spoke were true. The quote that works best for every election comes from Reagan’s 1964 “A Time For Choosing” speech. If you have a chance,watch it. Trust me.

“You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children’s children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done.”

So, what should you do? I do not know. I am not here to make you think one way, or the other, just hoping that you think. You should vote in every election for issues and individuals, not parties and politicians.

As you see, Voter fraud can be a mental fraud, as well as physical fraud. It is just as dishonorable for me to tell you how to vote, as it is for their mud slinging, political jargon filled, lofty rhetoric from their Ad campaigns that neither inspires, nor helps. Unless, you find stoking racial tensions in the south, invoking the Ferguson riots, and Trayvon Martin to win an election… tasteful.

For the record, the New York Times reported on this, Lefties. It is not a conservative or Fox News conspiracy.

Besides pulling the Big R or Big D, there are two schools of alternative thought and they are Do not vote(you only encourage them) or Write-in. At the risk of imposition, I would say the latter is the only alternative. Why, you fascist, you might say? If you at least participated, you can not say you did not try. This November 4, 2014 election, BEWARE the Ides Of November. Well, beware the one in 2016 too, and so on and so forth.

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