Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Ron Paul: Lawyers Confirm All Delegates Are Unbound!



This is great news !

However, we must be cautious because even if Ron Paul has 100% of the delegates those who count the votes can still cook the books. The convention at Tampa must be conducted so that the vote count can be independently verified.

If Paul becomes President then the wars are over and the Department of Justice starts prosecuting corporate fraudsters - for starters. It will be interesting times indeed!

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 29th, 2012.]

3 comments:

steven andresen said...

spook,

I have to say that you are premature about your predictions and expectations.

Let's say that, in some way, the delegates determine that Paul is the Republican candidate.

This does not mean that he will have an easy or fair shot at the election.

For one thing, the powers might gang up on him putting all their weight behind Obama. Say that happened. That means a lot of money on one side and all that means.

But, let's say that some of the powers' money goes to Paul. The problem for us is that, let's say Paul won, his administration would have a fair number of people owned by the powers.

This means, I believe, that Paul's administration would do a lot that the powers want. Be it military contracts, support of foreign banks, kickbacks to domestic corporations, the murder of domestic critics. yadda yadda.

Let's say they let Paul win. His administration can do a lot of damage in the hands of some of his enemies.

Don't you think that there would be a lot of opportunities for spooks to ruin the Paul reputation in a Paul administration?

steven andresen said...

spook,

I have to say that you are premature about your predictions and expectations.

Let's say that, in some way, the delegates determine that Paul is the Republican candidate.

This does not mean that he will have an easy or fair shot at the election.

For one thing, the powers might gang up on him putting all their weight behind Obama. Say that happened. That means a lot of money on one side and all that means.

But, let's say that some of the powers' money goes to Paul. The problem for us is that, let's say Paul won, his administration would have a fair number of people owned by the powers.

This means, I believe, that Paul's administration would do a lot that the powers want. Be it military contracts, support of foreign banks, kickbacks to domestic corporations, the murder of domestic critics. yadda yadda.

Let's say they let Paul win. His administration can do a lot of damage in the hands of some of his enemies.

Don't you think that there would be a lot of opportunities for spooks to ruin the Paul reputation in a Paul administration?

SpookyOne said...

S,

I am premature in my expectations and hopes but I will keep holding onto them.

An good attempt is being made to turn some things around and a good shot is better than none at all.

I expect the-powers-that-be will do everything they can to ultimately stop Paul.

I think his chances are very slim but I will still operate towards promoting this goal - to win an election (that includes getting past electronic vote fraud, assassination attempts, internal sabotage etc).

And yes, some in a Paul administration will be bought out making things very rocky. IF Paul gets in it will be interesting times.

Spook !