Colorado Vote Fixed For Rubio

Republicans are not being allowed to vote for president in Colorado, because the GOP has picked Rubio to get the delegates. All we are allowed to do is talk, not vote.

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This message is from Cory Gardner.

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Rubio has no chance of being elected by voters, so the GOP fraudsters are giving him a state by not letting us vote.

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27 Responses to Colorado Vote Fixed For Rubio

  1. dmmcmah says:

    I was watching CNN earlier and they had a map of the states voting today, with states holding elections for both parties in blue and red stripes. Alaska was solid red indicating Republican only and Colorado was blue which indicated Democrat only. Then they said there were 595 delegates at stake for the Republicans. Kind of odd since 270 to win puts the number at 632 for super Tuesday and has Colorado in play today for the Republicans. Am I missing something?

    http://www.270towin.com/2016-republican-nomination/

  2. Latitude says:

    People voting for Donald Trump in today’s Super Tuesday Texas Primary are seeing their ballots changed to show a vote for Marco Rubio.

    Numerous callers flooded Austin-based radio station KLBJ this morning with reports of mistakes after they tried to vote for Trump.

    http://www.infowars.com/report-trump-supporters-in-texas-see-votes-switched-to-rubio/

    • Je je je… suckers get what they deserve…

      • Ted says:

        Of course their votes shouldn’t count. Oiltranslator doesn’t agree with them. His is the only vote that matters, and anyone too stupid to accept that deserves to have their votes corrected. They probably deserve to be killed too, but I can’t be sure. We mere mortals can’t possibly know the mind of oiltranslator. We can only stand back, and marvel at his unmitigated awesomeness.

        Oh… Wait… I was wrong. He’s just an arrogant jackass, with insane delusions of profundity.

        • Excuse me? It is not I who worships the initiation of force for social and political correctness. Those that do favor the use of force and fraud are feeling it on their backs as they so richly deserve, again and again, since time immemorial. Altruists never learn.

        • Ted says:

          You explicitly advocated voter fraud. And now you throw in some random philosophical bullshit, having nothing what so ever to do with the point, in order to make yourself sound profound. If I could figure out specifically who you’re trying to insult, I’d almost certainly link to evidence that your new claims are outright lies. But since you’re too hung up on sounding profound to actually make your point, I don’t have time to defend everyone you might have intended to insult with that comment. Be specific, and I’ll respond accordingly.

          Your own words are making my points far better than I ever could. Arrogant jackass, with insane delusions of profundity. Read your latest comment, and explain how my assessment is wrong.

  3. Andy DC says:

    These caucuses suck because it denies the right to a secret ballot. At a caucus, it is easy to browbeat, ridicule or intimidate other voters. A small group of fanatics or thugs can take over the who process.

    • Andy, this is bigger than open or secret balloting. This is no binding primary vote by the caucus goers. Cory Gardner advises us who to vote for but because this is a free country we are allowed to either do it or not, and they will decide who gets Colorado delegate votes at the convention.

      Colorado Republicans cancel presidential vote at 2016 caucus

      Colorado will not vote for a Republican candidate for president at its 2016 caucus after party leaders approved a little-noticed shift that may diminish the state’s clout in the most open nomination contest in the modern era.

      The GOP executive committee has voted to cancel the traditional presidential preference poll after the national party changed its rules to require a state’s delegates to support the candidate that wins the caucus vote.

      Republicans still will hold precinct caucus meetings in early 2016 to begin the process of selecting delegates for the national convention — but the 37 delegates are not pledged to any specific candidate. [emphasis mine]

      http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_28700919/colorado-republicans-cancel-2016-presidential-caucus-vote

      We are not there yet …

      • Jason Calley says:

        Increasingly, I begin to consider ballot boxes as analogous to that “Suggestion Box” which managers place outside their office. You know the box… It has no bottom and is mounted on the wall immediately above the trash can.

        On a more serious note, even if one agrees that representative government chosen by voting is the best way to go, our current system has one major and overwhelming flaw. We The People have no control on our representatives once they are elected. Yes, some state and local offices have recall provisions, but how can we remove obviously dishonest politicians? Only by hoping that other politicians will impeach, convict and remove them. Once the ratio of dishonest politicians reaches a certain critical mass the system breaks down completely. Dishonest politicians control the nomination process, control the voting rules, control who may monitor the votes and who counts the votes. Only a consensus of dishonest politicians may remove other dishonest politicians. And the same thing with judges.

        You can’t use a rigged system to un-rig the system.

    • A secret ballot is an unverifiable ballot counted by a secret gang of robbers and murderers. Lysander Spooner understood their agenda perfectly: “How shall we know them from others? How shall we defend ourselves and our property against them? Who, of our neighbors, are members of this secret band of robbers and murderers? How can we know which are their houses, that we may burn or demolish them? Which their property, that we may destroy it? Which their persons, that we may kill them, and rid the world and ourselves of such tyrants and monsters?” I vote libertarian, proudly, openly, effectively.

  4. Makes me glad I no longer live in Colorado OR rub elbozos with God’s Own Prohibitionists. In Texas folks refrain from voting in the looter primaries so as to clear the decks for choosing LP candidates. LP candidates reportedly got nearly 3% in the mid-terms, or 60% in real terms of law-changing power. So join us and vote libertarian. You’ll be proud you made a difference.

  5. omanuel says:

    Slowly, ever so slowly we are awakening to the reality of a worldwide web of deceit beyond our most frightening nightmare.

  6. eliza says:

    Just vote for trump in the election, reckon he will beat Hillary hands down (changed me mind LOL)

  7. Nixon and Congress passed a law subsidizing looter parties within 24 hours of the Libertarian Party filing its papers. Now those wise meddlers are dealing with Bernie and Trump. People get what they deserve, and either learn from it or don’t.

  8. William St. George says:

    Marco Rubio does not qualify to run for president as he is only a 14th Amendment citizen and not a “natural born” citizen. A natural born citizen is one who is born in the land of two citizen parents. People who do not like this can promote an amendment. Ted Cruz by the way is a naturalized citizen via a 1934 Congressional act. That act allowed a child born abroad to derive citizenship from the mother rather than just from the father; but Congress can only effect naturalization and not the Constitution itself. Only Trump of the front runners is qualified.

  9. OrganicFool says:

    Have you ever had a dream where you dreamed you were dreaming? Then in the dream, you wake up and realize it was just a dream, only to wake up for real and realize even that was a dream? I felt like I woke up and left the Matrix behind, only to realize I’m still trapped inside the Matrix. Sort of like the movie “Waking Life”. Only he finally realizes he can never wake up because he’s dead.

  10. sam says:

    It’s obvious the so called ‘establishment’ is going to try to sabotage Trump by undemocratic means, even though he is playing by the rules and winning-which simply means more republican voters want trump than those loosers,cruz &rubio; the ‘regime’ would rather sabotage the republican so that Hilary wins, and the democrat administration is the same thing as a republican administration if someone like romney or rubio, cruz becomes president.. ie Obama attacked lybia in support of alqueda in order to overthrow the secular regime in that country and replace it with ISIS.. same thing bush did in iraq.. LOOK at the climategate emails, you can’t deny that GWB was supporting the global warming scam even as he crtisized it.. the fact that the democrats and republicans are caluding to sabotage the likly frontrunner means that we dont have a democracy but rather we have an undemocratic regime..
    If Trump is sabotaged at the RNC, he will be forced to run as an independent, in that case he might won the popular vote but not reach 270 electoral college delagates.. if the electoral college refuses to accept the nations democratic choice, then there will need to be a rebelion for democracy.. in that case there will be chaos and the military will have to throw out the current regime like in Thailand.. we could be headed for martial law!

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