Mitt Romney Finally Admits What We All Knew: They “Had to Steal the Republican Nomination” from Ron Paul

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A new documentary about the life of Mitt Romney reveals a loosely hidden truth: Romney and his followers “had to steal” the Republican nomination from Dr. Ron Paul during the 2012 Presidential Elections.

The documentary, called “Mitt“, was aired at the Sundance Film Festival. Near the end, Romney states:

“In some ways we kind of had to steal the Republican nomination. Our party is Southern, evangelical, and populist. And you’re Northern, and you’re a Mormon, and you’re rich.  And these do not match well with our party.”

Tell us something we didn’t know.

Dr. Paul, a true Patriot, was a threat to the establishment. Can you imagine what would have happened if he’d been elected and immediately audited the Federal Reserve? The Fed’s dirty little secret would have been revealed, and it would have been shut down, causing all sorts of hullabaloo in Crony-land.

Many people criticize those who refuse to vote, saying that their abstinence is part of the problem. But when the elections are completely rigged, and your vote doesn’t matter, why would you participate in such a sham? Voting under these circumstances implies consent to be governed.

As the old saying goes, “If voting actually changed anything, they’d make it illegal.”

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  • Max

    MITT vs BO = Evil vs Evil.
    RON PAUL = Good.

  • Cracker122049


  • Erin Tarn

    Always Ctrl+A/Ctrl+C before hitting “Post as…”

  • Erin Tarn

    “The Land of The Free… to Choose Between A & B”

  • Erin Tarn

    He’s right. Barry = Higher social spending. Mitt = Higher defense spending. Paul = Slightly better option.

  • Joe2D2

    How misinformed and naive of you. If votes were actually counted in public view by hand and were cast by paper, written ballot, you might have a chance. The ballots are counted behind closed doors by a machine and the results can be made to whatever the controllers want. Then, to top it all off, the electoral college has the final vote.

    If voting actually represented the will of us little people, it would surely be banned. People that haven’t figured this part out yet need to take a serious look in the mirror. YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM. You participate in their fraud and give your consent to be governed. MORONS!

  • h5mind

    Mitt may have stolen the nomination from Ron Paul, but Obama (AKA the Manchurian Candidate) stole the election from both of them. And where was Ron Paul’s noble son, Rand? Over at the Romney campaign. In order to recover a semblance of the “America that Was” we’re going to need more than one honest, ethical politician every 30 years.

  • Drdetroitdanchap

    The Romneys wrap themselves in the American FLAG but NEVER wrap themselves in an American UNIFORM.
    (1) Great Grandpa Romney ran to Mexico to dodge American laws
    (2) Grandpa Romney FLIP-FLOPPED back to America when Mexico got dangerous.
    (3) Daddy Romney NEVER SERVED through WWII and Korea.
    (4) MITTENS Romney used “missionary” deferments to DODGE the Viet Nam draft.
    (5) FIVE sons, and NOT ONE ever wore an AMERICAN UNIFORM.
    FIVE GENERATIONS, NINE “males”, and NOT ONE actually LOVED America enough to SERVE this Nation. The only thing “conservative” about the Romney Family is conserving THEIR OWN BEHINDS.
    The RomNEOCONS have been happily stuffing their pockets with DEFENSE stocks, chanting for more war, and stay injury-free safe at HOME to enjoy their wealth ………… while Americans bleed.

  • viction
  • Tukadoodle

    Umm..the stats prove otherwise…

  • Voice of reason (#1)

    I would never vote for Ron Paul. He never had an ounce of a chance to win the election. His son on the other hand might have a shot moving forward. As long as he does not follow his dad’s wacky foreign policy and can gain mainstream support.