Yes, there are more Ron Paul signs than street signs. Yes, the $20 million fourth quarter was quite impressive, but what if this entire effort does not secure a Republican nomination for Dr. Paul?
by A.J. Antimony
It's not a conspiracy theory anymore, folks. Voting fraud is real. It's been real for some time now. It has been used to provide controversial results to many close elections, especially the main event fights in 2000 and 2004. It's so real that it has been the subject of an HBO movie. It's so real, you can find articles about it in the New York Times. The fraud, which comes in the form of electronic voting, is being battled once more because it's again time to select the next President of the United States. The most recent story comes straight out of New Hampshire, home of the first primary election.