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    Somethings Fishy in Texas Election

    Election Fraud at its extreme....
    This is a detailed report on the Tx. count. Check it out, I wonder if citizens groups did exit polls? Virginia Brooks

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Richard Hayes Phillips, Ph.D.
    March 5, 2008
    Didn’t anybody notice this?
    It is now 24 hours after the polls closed in Texas. In 21 counties, with 100% of precincts reporting, nobody voted in the Republican presidential primary. In three counties, with 100% of precincts reporting, nobody voted in the Democratic presidential primary.

    In the 21 counties with no Republican voters, there were 87,919 registered voters, and 36,239 ballots cast, all of them Democratic.

    In the three counties with no Democratic voters, there were 5,212 registered voters, and 1,865 ballots cast, all of them Republican.

    In Maverick County, all 9,661 ballots cast were Democratic.
    In Hansford County, all 1,235 ballots cast were Republican.

    ONE-PARTY TEXAS COUNTIES, PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 2008
    County... Total Voters.... (R) votes... (D) votes
    Armstrong 1404 369 0
    Borden 432 0 139
    Brooks 6385 0 3185
    Cottle 1230 0 471
    Crockett 2654 0 1166
    Culberson 1959 0 526
    Dickens 1410 0 612
    Duval 9331 0 5053
    Foard 1043 0 432
    Hall 2110 0 813
    Hansford 3101 1235 0
    Hardeman 2969 0 1086
    Hudspeth 1557 0 476
    Kent 665 0 250
    La Salle 4071 0 1392
    Loving 116 0 22
    Maverick 26224 0 9661
    Reeves 6337 0 2228
    Roberts 707 261 0
    Stonewall 1087 0 483
    Throckmorton 1175 0 513
    Upton 2139 0 823
    Zapata 7148 0 3190
    Zavala 7877 0 3718
    But don’t take my word for it. See for yourself.
    http://enr.sos.state.tx.us/enr/mar04_135_race0.htm
    http://enr.sos.state.tx.us/enr/mar04_136_race0.htm
    http://www.cnn. com/ELECTION/ 2008/primaries/ results/state/ #TX
    Election officials in the State of Texas have some explaining to do.
    Richard Hayes Phillips is the author of the definitive book on the 2004 presidential election in Ohio – “Witness to a Crime: A Citizens’ Audit of an American Election.

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    Just an opinion but it appeared to me this was a third world election for Texas. I noticed a couple issues and never received an answer by local officals.
    I'm old with many opinions few solutions.

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    Just an opinion but it appeared to me this was a third world election for Texas. I noticed a couple issues and never received an answer by local officals.
    I'm old with many opinions few solutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldguy
    Just an opinion but it appeared to me this was a third world election for Texas. I noticed a couple issues and never received an answer by local officals.
    i bet that you wont get an answer. and thats saying alot cuz im a native texan

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    I noticed a couple of issues myself. First, if there was record voter turnout, that means people who don't usually vote came out in force. If they don't usually vote, what are the odds they would vote for Hillary, given that her main supporters are older white women? Second, if those new voters went through the trouble of voting to begin with, wouldn't they have turned up at the caucus, so why does it look like Obama won the caucus votes?

    I can't believe so many people would vote for someone like Hillary. It seems folks don't care about ALL the scandals surrounding this woman. Only 2 Presidents have been impeached -Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Do yourself a favor and Google "Clinton scandals" and see what comes up. I only hope if she is the nominee and offers Obama VP, he respectfully says "Thanks for the offer, but I think I'll sit this one out and see where we are in 4 years."

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    One guy called into talk radio and said ovr 30,000 republicans had crossed over to help Shillary beat Hussein. That may account for SOME.

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    That is just crazy! How can this be happening? There has to be someone from one of those counties that will come forward and say they voted for the other party. It's just impossible but I'm sure nothing will come of it.

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    Lived the 2004 POTUS election experience in TX and I can tell you THERE IS FRAUD and there are ILLEGALS voting in the State. They are not afraid to use their ID's to gain access to the polls. Identity theft runs rampant and once a person gets a valid id in hand, they are quick to go get it "replaced" underhandedly.

    Been there, done that.
    From the Border Movie:

    I will not sell my country out ~ I WILL NOT!
    I'd like to see that pride back in AMERICA!!!

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