Monday, November 12, 2012
Preface: Truth will out
And seeing as this highly unlikely turn of events [unanimous vote] happened not in one or two precincts, but in over 59 in Philadelphia, and 9 in Cleveland, that credulity can be safely said to be completely strained, if not broken....
Such a victory isn't logically impossible, but it's so thoroughly unlikely that some observers are already raising questions of fraud.
n what we profess to be a representative democracy, election fraud is the greatest of all evils that men can inflict on citizens as a whole.
The only way we can fail to ultimately defeat such evil is that, as Edmund Burke warned, good men do nothing.
“Time and again those who profess to be good seem to clearly outnumber those who are evil, yet those who are evil seem to prevail far too often. Seldom is it the numbers that determine the outcome, but whether those who claim to be good men are willing to stand up and fight for what they know to be right.”
Labels: a Republic if we can keep it, fascist totalitarian liberals (BIRM), good versus evil, liberals are always extreme
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