US Government Insurgents Becoming Desperate

A cruise ship laying on its side over in Italy and two bills allowing the government to take over the internet are working quite well as a smoke screen for the select reporting on the mainstream propaganda machine coming up to the primary in South Carolina on Saturday.

It is indeed a strange situation. Ron Paul has pretty much been removed from the mainstream and I believe they have been told to stop reporting on the other candidates because all their exposure is doing is highlighting the hundred and one reasons that the other candidates are completely unacceptable.  There will be a GOP debate on CNN this evening.  It will be interesting to see what the coverage looks like coming up on the hour.

Before the diversions were put forth, the talking heads in the mainstream were actually covering election fraud.  I believe orders came down from the top to quiet the situation.

I have seen the fat ass Chris Christie a couple of times trying to showcase himself as a plausible vice-presidential choice for Mitt Romney.  They can’t actually believe that after only two primaries they can simply say, “Its Mitt Romney and Chris Christie against Obama and Biden.”

Could it be that the mainstream propagandists are working out a brand new program wherein the emphasis will be shifted from the Ron Paul Revolution to a barrage of coverage of hypotheticals and phony polls in reference to the national election?

I think we had better watch our enemies very closely.  They are becoming like a rabid dog that has been cornered and we know they are capable of anything.

I believe the arguments are intense at the upper levels of corruption.  Those at the top are pissed because the politicians they have bought and paid for are balking away from an invasion into Iran.  The traitors in our government are indeed caught between a rock and a hard place.  Their corporate masters are saying, “Sick ‘em” and they are saying, “That is not a rabbit, it is a grizzly bear.”  Proverbially, damned if you do and damned if you don’t.

Our enemies are finding that their attempts to intimidate the American people of the American race are accomplishing nothing more than to further piss us off.  So be ready.  Their fear may very well lead to irrational acts.  But if they try to implement force, we must slap them down…and hard.

As our founding father Thomas Paine, whose image graces our site, said, “These are the times that try men’s souls.”  We must stand firm and let them know that we are ready to fight if necessary.

God bless this Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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  1. The numbers keep changing all the time. I see a whole lot of voter fraud in the days ahead.

    GOP officials: Santorum edges Romney in Iowa count

    Rick Santorum edged front-runner Mitt Romney by 34 votes in a surprise flip to the final tally of the Iowa caucuses, but no winner will be declared because some votes remain missing in the event’s closest finish ever, Republican officials said Thursday.

    Romney had initially been considered the winner – by just 8 votes – of the first contest in the GOP presidential nomination contest.

    Iowa GOP Chairman Matt Strawn is scheduled to announce the certified vote totals Thursday morning. Republican officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to pre-empt his announcement, said Strawn wouldn’t declare a winner because some votes can’t be counted. Votes from 8 of the state’s 1,774 precincts are missing.

    Although the final tally from the Jan. 3 caucuses remains excruciatingly close, the new numbers could give a boost to Santorum and other candidates trying to undermine Romney’s dominance over the field as South Carolina primary voters go to the polls Saturday.

    An Iowa GOP source, also speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that the certified results would show Santorum with 29,839 votes and Romney at 29,805, a difference of 34. Ron Paul finished third with 26,036 votes.

    In a statement, Romney called it a “virtual tie.” The former Massachusetts governor praised Santorum’s “strong performance” in the state.

    Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, and other GOP candidates are vying to attract voters seeking a more conservative alternative to Romney, who followed Iowa with a solid victory in New Hampshire, the second contest of the race.

    The Des Moines Register first reported the certified caucus totals on Thursday.

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