That guy actually admitted to the attempt at fraud? lawl
I couldn't tell from the video, are these rules/guidelines part of some kind of law (meaning can they be taken to any sort of court for this) or is it just subject to Republican Party leadership, who can safely blow these off as they come?
And, thankfully, the system's rules allow for a minority to win, so as to not be oppressed by a simple majority who, are in this case, obviously extremely dim-witted.
Some people genuinely vote for Santorum. Need I say more? That's officially retarded in my book.
The US has many faces, but one of its founding movements was Puritanism....they were the most zealous and fanatical (although not necessarily violent) religious movements developped in Europe....luckily for Europe most of them packed and left for New England....sadly for the world, their unshaking beliefs (or naivety) is one of the pillars of US mentality....and the ruling classes are bathed in it.
Many people from around the world will tell you that Americans are dumb or naive or childish...I myself find that discussing certain topics with most of them is like discussing politics with an autistic child.....but the roots of this issue are not the IQ, but essentially cultural
"Our government would never lie to us" are things that you can only hear from Americans (not Canadians nor Mexicans), and the most part of them BELIEVE IT...this makes them a very strong (since fanatical) nation, but on the other hand, if anyone was able to highjack their government, he would sort of become invulerable..any wrongdoing he would commit, any disregard for law (international or internal) would pass unobserved by his subjects
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"Let us control the money of a nation, and we care not who makes its laws" Mayer Amschel "Rothschild"