Can Ron Paul win this rigged election

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  1. Salty

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    Ron Paul cannot win either the GOP nomination or a "third" party run as long as DRE machines are counting the votes.
    Don't say there is VoteFraud. You can't prove it with DRE machines. How do you count "electrons"?
    Put election officials on the spot. Start asking them in public: Why are you hiding the votes? Why are you counting the votes in secret? We can't prove VoteFraud because of the way you are "counting" the votes.

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    Ron Paul can't win the GOP nomination regardless of how well the votes are counted.
     
  3. JGrubbs

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    Ken, you were VERY vocal in your support of Ron Paul for quite some time, you seem to have lost some of your enthusiasm lately. What happened?

    I was proud to cast my vote for Ron Paul on January 15th here in Florida, and have my yard sign in the front yard, and have been passing out Ron Paul flyers and cards to family and friends.

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