Thursday, August 23, 2012

Do NOT Vote this Presidential Election! It is a game and you lose by sanctioning what they do if you vote. Revolt by NOT voting.

I will NOT vote if Ron Paul is not on the ballot this Presidential Election!

I wish people would understand, when you vote and put one person's name down as "wanting him to win" then you are giving your okay and sanctioning what that person will do to you and the country.

You have to give your permission for all your rights to be taken away.  You have to give your permission for the fraud and raping of the U.S. citizens.

People also have to understand there is NO difference between Romney and Obama!  They are both controlled by the banks and big corporations!  They will both do the bidding and as they are told by those entities!  The whole left and right game is simply to keep the people divided.  It is a game that is very well played out.

Look at the history and games of the government.  Any bills/legislation that takes away our rights and freedoms and gives banks and corporations more power, those "left and right" government officials always come together to pass it.

We are always being played by the media and the government officials!  We are the patsy of the game.  They have us "hate" each other due to the political views of a person.   But they don't hate each other in Washington D.C., they are all playing their part on one team/play together and acting their part.

GET SMART - WAKE UP!

DO NOT VOTE!  Do not sanction what they plan on doing even more to us and the U.S.!

By not voting you are STANDING UP - YOU ARE SAYING "I WILL NOT SANCTION AND ALLOW OUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS BEING TAKEN!

By not voting it is a form of Revolution!

By not voting you are proclaiming your sovereignty of Freedom!  But if you do vote then you have sanctioned it all.

I have voted in every election since I have been able to!  I have now awoken and understand I have given those elected my blessings to do as they did against the U.S. constitution because I put their names down to give them that right!

Do not give your rights away!

Understand the complete laws of the universe! Understand through the laws of the universe you can not have something done against you if you do not sanction it.  When you sanction things being done against you, then they can do what they want.  You do sanction it when you put a game player's name down on the ballot.

Just like we are told ahead of time things that will happen through various outlets, they are doing that so we "sanction" it and accept it.

I shall never ever vote again in any national, state or local election again!  I have woken up to the game and they can not play it against me anymore.   

DO NOT VOTE THIS PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION!  STAND UP AGAINST WHAT THEY ARE DOING!  THE GAME IS RIGGED AND NO MATTER WHAT YOU LOSE!  BUT YOU WILL NOT HAVE GIVEN YOUR BLESSING TO IT, IF YOU DON'T PUT A GAME PLAYERS NAME DOWN!

THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANY OF THE PEOPLE RUNNING FOR OFFICE!  THEY ARE ALL CONTROLLED!

18 comments:

  1. I for one will only vote if Ron Paul is part of the game.......even as a third party.

    A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for freedom.

    This is Ponce

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  2. I understand this argument, but voter turnout is already phenomenally low in this country. Will driving down voter turnout really teach them a lesson? If the candidates and their immediate families were the only ones in the entire country to go out and vote, do you think it would actually change anything? I don't. I'm open to suggestions, but I think it will take something a bit more substantive than simply not voting to actually get anyone's attention.

    If you want to stand on a matter of principle, write in a vote for the candidate you think could have made a difference and you would have preferred regardless of whether or not it will be counted. Just do something. Doing nothing is far more enabling for the statists.

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  3. really? have you FINALLY comprehended? Took you long enough! But now that the damage has been done, and is, by now, IRREVERSIBLE.....now you come up with the *brilliant* idea of not voting? wow, what a concept!

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  4. Not voting is an idiotic position to take. Write-in Ron Paul's name. Now that, is a smart vote.

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    1. I will also be a write in for Dr Paul and that will be my only vote.

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  5. Sherrie, I enjoy your blog, but you really should rethink this post. Not voting is the worst possible choice. If all of the elligible voters who chose not to vote simply showed up and wrote in a 3rd party candidate, it would the end of the 2 party system. I'm a Ron Paul person like you, but without his name on the ballot, I'm going to vote for Gary Johnson. When the Republicans lose in a few months, they can look to the Ron Paul people that they disenfranchized and realize that it would have been wiser for them to find a better option... But if you don't vote, they won't see it.

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  6. You folks that are admonishing Sherrie are definitely missing the point!

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    1. You folks that are admonishing Sherrie are definitely missing the point!

      Just to be clear, I wasn't admonishing Sherrie. I'm a fan and if that is what her conscience dictates she should do, I'm all for her following her heart. I was merely giving my two cents, for what it's worth.

      You rock, Sherrie!

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  7. If 90% of voters did not vote than would be a clear announcement to the government and the world that Americans do not support their corrupt government and election system and that the government is illegal.

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  8. I have not voted in years. I refuse to vote for one side of the same corrupt coin. Besides, votes dont matter anyways. This so called government has been bought and paid for. I will only vote if Ron Paul is on the ballot. Unless there is a hand counted vote with a paper trail, I will not vote.

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  9. Don't vote by conscious, vote by character.

    Romney and Ryan were at least raised with moral values or have a moral conscious. oBama on the otherhand was raised immorally and he has no conscious.

    With at least people with good character we may have a chance. But there is NONE, NADA chances if you vote for an immoral person who has no conscious.

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  10. If you think Romney and Ryan have morals God help us . I hope there are not to many who think like you do....oh that's right there are the rest of the RNC.

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    1. I said there is a chance. I did not say Romney or Ryan are perfect. BUT THERE IS NO CHANCE if we voted for oBama. It is the best we can do. BUT we cannot have a PROVEN immoral person another 4 years.

      Just look at the results of the past 3 1/2 years. I know Romney or Ryan did not have homosexual relations, did hard drugs, associated with convicted felons or were raised as paranoid Muslims.

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  11. Great post Sherrie, whether I agree as most times or disagree as this time.

    Firstly, anyone thinking Ryan is a "conservative" either gains all their information at the receiving end of a TV remote control or does not understand the meaning of the word.

    Secondly, anyone thinking that Gary Johnson is a Ron Paul clone has been spoon fed a few selected videos and have not taken the time to do the homework. Johnson would not be controlled by Goldman Sachs as are Obama and Romney, but he would be manipulated by lobbyists despite his perceived adherence to the Constitution. Between Obama, Romney and Johnson there should be no doubt that Johnson would be the lesser of three evils.

    Finally, what should us disenfranchised voters do? Write in Dr. Paul, choose Johnson or others running third party or just place a vote of no confidence by not voting? We are disenfranchised because unlike the sheep, we will not allow the wool to be pulled over our eyes. We see reality, and it is ugly! The disenfranchised voters can make a statement by their vote only if we come together in synergy and speak as one voice. Personally my plans are to write in Dr. Paul. Either way, we all have a voice, but unless we speak in harmony, in whatever direction that may be, our individual voices will never be heard. Should we choose to do nothing there will be nothing to hear.

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    1. Chris,

      I'm inclined to agree with your friend Sherrie on this, the best way to withdraw consent is not to lend our hand to it. When I consider the Following statements by Lysander Spooner, I'm inclined to agree.
      The consent, therefore, that has been given, whether by individuals, or by the States, has been, at most, only a consent for the time being; not an engagement for the future. In truth, in the case of individuals, their actual voting is not to be taken as proof of consent, even for the time being. On the contrary, it is to be considered that, without his consent having ever been asked, a man finds himself environed by a government that he cannot resist; a government that forces him to pay money, render service, and forego the exercise of many of his natural rights, under peril of weighty punishments. He sees, too, that other men practise this tyranny over him by the use of the ballot. He sees further that, if he will but use the ballot himself, he has some chance of relieving himself from this tyranny of others, by subjecting them to his own. In short, be finds himself, without his consent, so situated that, if he use the ballot, he may become a master; if he does not use it, he must become a slave. And he has no other alternative than these two. In self-defence, he attempts the former. His case is analogous to that of a man who has been forced into battle, where he must either kill others, or be killed himself. Because, to save his own life in battle, a man attempts to take the lives of his opponents, it is not to be inferred that the battle is one of his own choosing. Neither in contests with the ballot – which is a mere substitute for a bullet – because, as his only chance of self-preservation, a man uses a ballot, is it to be inferred that the contest is one into which he voluntarily entered; that he voluntarily set up all his own natural rights, as a stake against those of others, to be lost or won by the mere power of numbers. On the contrary, it is to be considered that, in an exigency, into which he had been forced by others, and in which no other means of self-defence offered, he, as a matter of necessity, used the only one that was left to him.
      NT.2.1.13 Doubtless the most miserable of men, under the most oppressive government in the world, if allowed the ballot, would use it, if they could see any chance of thereby ameliorating their condition. But it would not therefore be a legitimate inference that the government itself, that crushes them, was one which they had voluntarily set up, or ever consented to." --Lysander Spooner--

      Even if by some miracle Ron Paul did win, I think they would assassinate him almost immediately to exercise "damage control." and then we would be back to square one.
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  12. I had a conversation with my republican conservative christian friend the other day and we argued about voting for the 'lesser of two evils' in the upcoming presidential election. His argument was that if I do not vote, I do not have the right to complain.
    I have made it a habit of always voting my conscious, especially when it comes to a presidential election and I have to stick to my guns. I WILL NOT vote for the lesser of two evils. After following the whole drama filled GOP, with mainstream media literally ignoring presidential candidates, smear campaigns and republican & democratic scandals that are being swept under the carpet, I can not support either candidate at the upcoming election. The only candidate I would have supported, was literally ignored, ridiculed, bad-mouthed and for some odd reason never got to a turn to speak at the presidential debates. Well, we all know who I am talking about.
    Ron Paul was the only hope for this country, to bring it back to its original core beliefs. I fear that with Ron Paul retiring, we can only hope for the best, but I think that we are in for a unpleasant surprise.
    "Money makes the world go 'round.", in this time and age, you can even buy yourself a presidency. What a sad, sad, time for America.
    Once again, I will refuse to vote in November. History shows that voting for the 'lesser of two evils', always ended in catastrophe and I do not want to be blamed for giving my vote to 'Adolf Hitler', because he was the 'better' choice, after shit hits the fan.
    America, wake up !!!

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  13. Sherrie, you are right on the money. The only thing keeping the gov't going is the APPEARANCE of legitimacy. Remove that and the house of cards begins to fall. As was mentioned, what happens if they hold an election and no one votes? Say that only 10% of the population votes and the winner gets 60% of the total votes cast which equates to 6% of the total population. How can you trumpet that as a "mandate" when 94% did NOT vote for you. How often have your seen a public service announcement saying, "No matter who you vote for, just vote!" What a crock. If voting changed anything, it would have been outlawed years ago. For more on this subject see www.lewrockwell.com

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Thank you for commenting. I moderate the comments due to a mass amount of spam, even though there is a word verification needed. I also moderate them due to some very foul and violent comments at times. Thank you for understanding. I am not at the computer constantly so sometimes it takes a little longer for the comment to show up. I appreciate hearing from you and you adding your voice to the conversation. Sherrie