Joel Skousen: Romney’s First Win — The kingmakers may have to voter fraud Romney's defeat, which may actually may be best, because "the conservative movement suffers under Republican presidents who do the establishment bidding while convincing conservatives it’s the 'right thing to do.'"

How has voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ altered the soul of America?
I’ve often said that when a Republican is elected President the conservatives stand down and rubber stamp everything he does — led by Rush Limbaugh, Fox News (‘Fair and Balanced’), etc..
This is actually a corrupting process in which conservatives then become willing supporters of the globalists’ policies that are destroying America and fomenting hatred of US from all over the world.
It appears that voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ and then winning (during eight years of Bush/Cheney) encouraged evangelicals into accepting without question the 9/11 official story, and then supporting the reverse-Christian and unconstitutional policies like the ‘Patriot’ Act, the invasions of sovereign nations, torture, bailing out the international bankers, the skyrocketing deficit, etc.. The indoctrination was so complete that most evangelicals were fully willing to even send their daughters through the naked body scanners.
Mitt Romney supports all of the above as well as the NDAA. Isn’t it time that we stop supporting evil? I’ll probably vote for the Constitution Party candidate yet again, now that Ron Paul has been rejected one last time. It’s important to have clean hands and a pure heart.
Jeff
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World Affairs Brief, October 5, 2012 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World. Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com)
THIS WEEK’S ANALYSIS:
Romney’s First Win
Prelude to a Police State
Glenn Beck’s “The Project”: More Government Propaganda
Turkey’s Non-Declaration of War on Syria
Whistleblower Confirms CNN is a Shill for Government
Documentary Proposal on the History of Modern Conspiracy
ROMNEY’S FIRST WIN
I’m no fan of Romney or his constant attempts to please the establishment, but I’m even more disturbed by the establishment’s manipulation of polling numbers in order to make sure Obama wins reelection. First the establishment went undercover to illegally record Romney’s remark about 47% of Americans being “victims”, and then boosted Obama’s polling numbers in order to make this silly attack on Romney have an effect. Yes, the constant drumbeat about Romney’s unlike-ability and elitism has taken a toll, but Obama is still very much at risk of losing – especially after Wednesday’s debate where Obama, sans teleprompter, stumbled badly. Ultimately, I think the course of this election will be decided by vote fraud in key swing states where establishment political machines have a history of boosting election rolls with illegal aliens and altering electronic voting records. […]
In order to reelect Obama, the PTB are going to have to order up another round of electronic vote fraud, which is increasingly easy to do, even if there is a paper trail for these voting machines. That’s because state officials and judges almost never allow a recount based upon that paper trail. But there are limits to how much they can change the vote electronically. Because of exit polling accuracies, political machines can only get away with changing the electronic vote tallies up to about a maximum of 8-10% —otherwise the manipulation is too obvious and people become outraged. If they keep the difference below 10% they can always explain it away by “margin of error” —just like in polling manipulation (which can often exceed the 4% margin of error by double).
With Romney’s big win in the debate this week, it appears the PTB are going to have to really alter the electronic vote toward Obama to ensure his win. Politico.com, a left-wing site had to admit that “Each candidate leads in states considered safe for their party. In safe GOP states, Romney leads by 8. In safe Democrat states, Obama leads by a massive 22 points. But, in the more numerous and more important swing states, Romney leads by 4 points, hitting the critical 50% threshold, nationwide”. Even the liberal press had to admit that Obama lost badly. Of course there was little substance in either candidates statements, but debates are won on speaking ability and how you come across to voters. […]
All this is more evidence that the PTB intend to reelect Obama. The constitutional right continues to assert that Romney is an insider and just as much controlled by the PTB as Obama. I continue to explain, for the sake of new subscribers, that this isn’t true. The kingmakers wouldn’t have tried so hard to stop him from getting the nomination in 2008 and 2012 if he were one of them. In fact, he’s not an insider, and they resent anyone trying to get into the race with their own money, bypassing their vetting process. Even more than that, they fear what an outsider may see about illegal operations inside the White House that they might not be able to keep from a president who is no dummy. Lastly, they never pick insiders or puppets who aren’t morally compromised or blackmailed, and Romney doesn’t fit that mold.
But that isn’t to say Romney would save us from much of the Obama agenda. He’s already sending messages that he would retain most of Obamacare even if repealed. Romney’s problem is that he has too much ambition and is trying desperately to please the establishment. He has hired virtually all establishment and neocon advisors. I hope he loses—not because I want Obama back, but because the conservative movement suffers under Republican presidents who do the establishment bidding while convincing conservatives it’s the “right thing to do.” It’s not.
Republicans are sending out mass emailings aimed at Ron Paul supporters trying to convince them that they ought to vote for Romney rather than a third party alternative in order to ensure that any new Supreme Court nominees are appointed by a Republican rather than Obama. But that strategy has never produced good results. The Senate confirmation processalways blocks any strict constructionist, like judge Robert Bork, from being nominated—refusing to pass on anyone except those controlled by the establishment. All of the justices confirmed during Republican presidencies have turned out to be compromised–like Justice Roberts, who just betrayed conservatives on Obamacare.

Ron Paul Votes Not Counted In New Hampshire District

Vote fraud confirmed, Clinton reversed mammoth pre-polling deficit to beat Obama, Diebold machines aid Giuliani, RomneyMajor allegations of vote fraud in New Hampshire are circulating after Hillary Clinton reversed a mammoth pre-polling deficit to defeat Barack Obama with the aid of Diebold electronic voting machines, while confirmed votes for Ron Paul in the Sutton district were not even counted.

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Possible Black Box Voter Fraud in New Hampshire

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Ron Paul for President 2008 is on top of it too!

Alex is talking about what looks like voter fraud in the New Hampshire primary with Bev Harris BlackBoxVoting.com in the repeat stream at GCN Live On Demand [Then click on The Alex Jones Show (Mon – Fri)].

Today’s continuous stream will only be up for 24 hours. The show is 3 hours. So far, it seems this is by far the main topic today; though, other topics also discussed.

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