…and the rest of us will be bushwhacked once again. A third ineligible entered the race in Rick Santorum, and I agree, the ineligibles are there as cover for Obama/Soetoro who is literally acting as pResident. All we need is Jindhal to enter and all the so-called “conservative republicans” or “tea party favorites” will all be ineligible.
See how cleverly that shift has been played? You can hear them saying
“…you conservatives and tea party people didn’t really mean it on eligibility, did you? what about your own guys…?”
All of this is choreographed to produce a ton of candidates, some as above, and others, as below, are all about protecting ultimately Jeb Bush, who I believe is the establishment’s choice.
Here are the eligible (so far) on the republican side:
- Chris Christy
- Rand Paul
- Carly Fiorina
- Ben Carson
- Mike Huckabee
- Scott Walker
- Rick Perry
- Jeb Bush
See how much “noise” Cruz, Rubio, and Santorum will add to the mix? If they are the “true conservatives” they will be associated with ineligible candidates and the “moderates” will win. I consider Rand a wildcard, just personal opinion.
So consider that it is our duty as Americans to vote, and that the “lesser of two evils” is still evil, that republican-democrat differences are a myth, but that “moderate republicans” are more blatantly democrats…and that until there is a written ballot again the machines will always be suspect.
I’ve prepared the following poll, then, from just the eligibles, which you should take and look at the results, and then continue reading below.
Ok, so the republican nominees for President and Vice President will fall somewhere with the top two or three, if we leave this poll up long enough. But think about how the establishment republicans will make it fall to Bush? What help will they get from the democrats?
I assert its time to seriously consider a write-in candidate for President and Vice President. Remember the bottom line is we are talking about electoral vote, so its tops 13 states that control the electoral vote. At a senatorial level Lisa Murkowski beat out the tea party favorite and primary winner with a write in ballot. So we find the right candidates, print out the labels, and get them distributed everywhere.
So I am a dreamer, that is for sure. But there is no reason on the local level and state level to start using this tool and stop re-electing the cowards and scoundrels.
Especially if the republican choice is Bush with, most likely, the “conservative ineligible”!!!