Posted: September 25th, 2012 by Militant Libertarian
ANSWER 1 (planned obsolescence): Most libertarian voters are not registered Republicans, and therefore cannot vote for Ron Paul in any primary election or caucus, making Ron Paul’s campaign completely useless and obsolete due to lack of registered Libertarians as registered Republicans.
The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses held in each U.S. state and territory is part of the nominating process of United States presidential elections. This process was never included in the United States Constitution, and thus was created over time by the political parties. Some states only hold primary elections, some only hold caucuses, and others use a combination of both. These primaries and caucuses are staggered between January and June before the general election in November. The primary elections are run by state and local governments, while caucuses are private events that are directly run by the political parties themselves. A state’s primary election or caucus usually is an indirect election: instead of voters directly selecting a particular person running for President, it determines how many delegates each party’s national convention will receive from their respective state. These delegates then in turn select their party’s presidential nominee.
Each party (not the people) determines how many delegates are allocated to each state. Along with those delegates chosen during the primaries and caucuses, state delegations to both the Democratic and Republican conventions also include “unpledged” delegates, usually current and former elected officeholders and party leaders, who can vote for whomever they want.
ANSWER 2 (control of opposition): Because of this primary and political party structure and hierarchy, opposition to the pre-determined candidate (Willard Mitt Romney) is controlled and funneled out of the process before the primary even takes place, ensuring the bloodline candidate in both Democratic and Republican parties as the winning candidates, whom will progress to the General Election for president in November, where once again the “electoral college” of 538 people actually elect the president of the United States.
“The Presidential candidate with the greatest
number of royal genes has always been the victor,
without exception, since George Washington…”
publishing director of Burke’s Peerage
Note here that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are indeed cousins of George Bush.
In 2004 George W. Bush ran as a “Republican” against “Democrat” John Forbes Kerry – his 16th cousin.
In 2008 Barack Obama ran against cousin John McCain.
Obama and McCain Are 22nd Cousins Descended From King Edward I of England!
McCain, it turns out, is a sixth cousin of First Lady Laura Bush.
Obama is eighth cousin, twice removed, of the 39th President, Jimmy Carter, through his seventh generation maternal grandfather, Moses Teague (1718-1799).
Obama is the tenth cousin of former presidents Gerald Ford (once removed), George H.W Bush (once removed) and George W. Bush (twice removed).
Romney is actually related to… Franklin D. Roosevelt is his eighth cousin, twice removed, and both Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover are his 10th cousins. Then there is his sixth cousin (four times removed) Franklin Pierce, and both 10th cousins Bush I and II. Three out of these six were even (gasp!) Democrats.
Note that Bush, Romeny, and Obama are therefore cousins – the bloodline presidents, all presidents being cousins of George Washington and the Queen of England.
Rick Perry and Jon Huntsman are also cousins with Bush, Obama, and Romney.
It goes on and on and on…
Also note that George W. Bush is a 9th cousin once removed with Barbara Peirce, his mother because brothers Israel Reade and Ralph Reade married Mary Kendall and Mary Peirce, who were siblings of William Reade and Mabell Kendall in the min-16oo’s.
Through these same types of genealogically interbred relationships, George W. Bush is also twice a 10th cousin once removed and twice an 11th cousin once removed with his mother Barbara Peirce.
To be fair, Ron Paul is the one candidate (winning or losing) I cannot seem to find in this bloodline. I’m not done searching though…
More major research on this expanded genealogy coming very soon…
SOLUTION: There are two options…
1) Either all Libertarians must in the future register as Democrats or Republicans (a travesty and purposeful deceit of idealism and political subterfuge amounting to an unethical sabotage of another party) meaning that they will not be able to register as Libertarians for their own political party of Libertarian so as to participate in their own primary election process, or…
2) All libertarians must stay out of the Democratic and Republican private political parties and therefore never elect a Libertarian into one of these two “major” or mainstream political parties, which again completely controls (controlled opposition) and oppresses the possibility that a Libertarian will ever become president under the current domination of the two-party political system.
THE MYSTERY: Ron Paul is either completely aware of these facts, or completely ignorant.
THE ONLY CONCLUSION: In either situation (awareness or ignorance), and in consideration of these preceding facts, Ron Paul’s 2012 campaign as a representative of the private association called the Republican Party was without question acontrolled opposition – in the fact that in no way could he possibly win this primary election. At no time has Ron Paul been registered as a candidate for president in the general election with any other party affiliation, including Libertarian. Therefore, Ron Paul was never a true candidate for president of the United States.
In short, at no time during the entire 2012 election process (controlled by the private political party structure) was there any chance whatsoever for Ron Paul to actually become president of the United States.
It is this researchers opinion that Ron Paul is and was fully aware of these facts, considering his over 24 year congressional career and past attemts to run under the Libertarian party, and in considering his necessary knowledge of the facts presented here to run for president – including his attempts at gaining delegates in the Republican party as opposed to acquiring voters in the general elections.
It is also the opinion of this researcher that most Libertarians, as well as the vast majority of all registered (contracted) citizens eligible to vote in the United States are also completely unaware of the true political process in this country (corporation).
Oh, the joys and heartaches of logic and reason…
“The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.”