How to win an Election

@epicure35 (2822)
United States
October 6, 2009 11:33am CST
How to win an election.........? Ea-sy, pea-sy, le-mon, squee-zy! Simply SUBVERT the Constitution. Here's the "how-to", modeled by criminal, traitor Nancy Pelosi. Ongoing, thorough, reliable investigation reveals that the above referenced traitor and her cohorts, the DNC, etc. prepared two (separate, but almost equal) certification documents for their "candidates" in order to submit them to the 50 states' election commission officials and Secys. of State. 49 state election commission offices received a version with the vital phrase "...is eligible under the Constitution" OMITTED.(I have a copy from my state). One state, HAWAII (coincidence?) received the version in which the vital phrase,"is eligible under the Constitution" is INCLUDED. Apparently, the depraved democrats have been doing this for years, in anticipation of a GREAT BIG power grab. For their part, the Republicans (whom I do not support either just now) have been consistent in submitting ONLY the Constitutionally correct form ALWAYS. And then, there is one honest Republican, Joe Wilson, anyway. Beats a zero. Wake up America before America is gone. References for this discussion: Canada Free Press articles by JB Williams (9/9,9/10/9/2509), United in Hate, by Jamie Glazov, which describes the unholy union of radical liberals and radical Islam,, court documents presented by at least 42 lawyers some BEFORE the election, mountains of proof and evidence everywhere.) There's more, but this will suffice for now. SPEAK, America, and SPEAK UP!!!!!!!!
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@Rollo1 (16683)
• Boston, Massachusetts
6 Oct 09
I read this article a few weeks ago. As I understood it from some of those who commented, only Hawaii requires that they include the phrase regarding eligibility under the Constitution. However, that doesn't really explain why they would bother to make up two separate documents when one would do for all. I find it all a little strange.
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• United States
6 Oct 09
There are many of us who do speak up but it does not help - NO-ONE LISTENS as we are governed by crooks (not all of them but many should be kicked out!). We are no longer a nation of "We the People". The Constitution is just regarded as a piece of paper (some old historical document) by our elected officials. The only thing the people we elected into office have in common is how to screw us and lead our country into a very bleak future.
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@manong05 (5029)
• Philippines
7 Oct 09
I can only speak for the Philippines LOL Politicians here are using two most powerful weapons... popularity and name recall. They do all the gimmicks in the trade like bombarding the populace with "infommercials", commercials and tons more. Displaying their pictures and names in gigantic placards for every projects they are doing as if the money comes from their own pockets. They do this is the hope that their names will be indelibly etched in the mind of the masses. Personally I feel that it is not only improper for government servants but outright immoral. I only responded to the question how to win an election in my own context. have fun!
@debrakcarey (19923)
• United States
7 Oct 09
It fits Manong05, politicians have become the new celebrities all over the world. Just like we adore our favorite quarterback or screen idol, we put these men/women up on a pedestal instead of questioning their motives, their actions and their affiliations. Politicians know that when most people go to the polls, they think hardest about what candidate had the best public exposure. Not deliberately, it's just the way the mind works.
@angeliam (206)
• China
7 Oct 09
good sugesstions.i learn a lot from that.