Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

Re: Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

PostBy: titleist1 On: Thu Sep 11, 2008 3:22 pm

Here is a link to the write in requirements of each state. It looks like the candidate must want to be on the ballot and complete the requirements by the states deadlines.

http://writein2008.blogspot.com/search/ ... 20Carolina
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Re: Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

PostBy: Devil505 On: Thu Sep 11, 2008 3:33 pm

titleist1 wrote:Here is a link to the write in requirements of each state. It looks like the candidate must want to be on the ballot and complete the requirements by the states deadlines.

http://writein2008.blogspot.com/search/ ... 20Carolina


I don't have the time to researfch it right now, but here's my bottom line:

Under no circumstances will I vote for anyone who hasn't earned my respect, or represents a political party that has not earned my vote.....PERIOD!

(my one vote belongs to me & I'm not giving it away or letting anyone steal it from me!) :lol: :devil:



What do you suppose would happen if everyone refused to pick an "Anointed" candidate's name on the ballot but instead wrote i n Ron Paul's name The tabulation machines would show no votes so they would have to actually look at the ballots. Low & behold, if Ron Paul's name was there & had received a majority of votes, he would have to be chosen as President or it's....everyone grab your guns & let's hit the street!!! ;)
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Re: Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

PostBy: SAU On: Thu Sep 11, 2008 4:17 pm

Thanks for the link Titleist


@ Devil, I understand what you are saying. The laws are utter BS, but it is the system that we are born into. In order to change the system we are going to have to fearlessly scare the hell out of it (the system). If the jokers running the show aren't going to count your vote then they have no reason to be afraid.
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Re: Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

PostBy: Devil505 On: Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:42 am

This is pretty cute about sending a message to dump both parties this November & get some REAL change in Washington!

http://www.peteyandpetunia.com/VoteHere/VoteHere.htm
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Re: Fellow Republican Paul refuses to endorse McCain

PostBy: chabbo On: Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:36 am

I have to agree with Devil on this one. I can't vote for either Democratic or Republican Presidential candidate any more and I don't have a problem with people who do, thinking they waste a vote by not doing so. I have always felt that way too. I have just given up. I will no longer vote for the lesser of two evils and will either vote for the Libertarian Party or write in Ron Paul's name if that is possible.

While I obviously realize Ron Paul or the Libertarian Party cannot win the election, I believe we need as many "protest" votes as possible to let the Republicans and the Democrats know that people are fed up and are growing in astronomical numbers. Both parties, on the really devastating issues, are not that much different and certainly propose no solutions or plans. People have to take the initiative to look at what the other parties and candidates are proposing in order to start realizing that there may be better options available to the American people. The media will not help with covering those candidates or their platforms. Sending a message by those "protest" votes just might get some sorely needed attention to them, however.

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