14.8.11

Fixed elections.

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In America, the land of the pretense, greed and NARCISSISM where elections are fixed by the Jews, Obama has already been chosen by Jew Central for a second term.

The Jewish vaudeville known as the American Presidential election process which lasts for 15 months, THEREFORE is in reality a carefully orchestrated Jewish scam and a sham pretense.

In the Iowa Straw poll (homely wholesome gentile name.....anything but) Michele Bachmann the Israel loving whore was given first place over that of Ron Paul, who was the natural winner of the debate. As one notes Bachmann is dumber than Palin, so it defy's logic how she could be a winner in any debate......even granted that she comes from Minnesota.


So the JEWSA electorate are going to be given "two choices": an incumbent President who loves Israel and will commit to any war for the country, and on the Republican side a candidate who wants even more wars for Israel......... even before Israel canvasses for them. The JEW JEW parameters are thus set for the US of A.

Hallelujahs!


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Bachmann wins Iowa straw polls, takes lead in Republican presidential hopeful

By Times of India and PTI

Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann, took an early lead among the crowded Republican presidential hopefuls when she won the Iowa straw polls.

The day was also marked by Texas governor Rick Perry announcing that he is running for presidency. He was, however, not part of the Iowa Straw poll.

According to the results declared, Bachmann got 4,823 votes out of the nearly 17,000 votes. She was followed closely by Ron Paul of Texas who received 4,671 votes. Tim Pawlenty came in as distant third.

"Tonight, we sent a message together that we intend to make President Obama a one-term president," Bachmann said on her Twitter page soon after she was declared winner of the straw poll, which is the first indication of who is leading the Republican presidential hopefuls which now number nearly 10.

"We just crossed a very important hurdle, but it's the first one," she said. "This is a wonderful result today and we couldn't be more grateful to the people of Iowa," Bachmann said.

The result was a bit surprising for Pawlenty, who so far has spent most time and energy among all the Republican presidential hopefuls. In fact, Pawlenty was involved in heated exchange with Bachmann over the presidential debate.

"We made progress in moving from the back of the pack into a competitive position for the caucuses, but we have a lot more work to do. This is a long process to restore America -- we are just beginning and I'm looking forward to a great campaign," Pawlenty said in a statement.

The results were also a disappointing for Paul. "Dr Paul is surging in this race, and today's results show the strength of his grassroots support and top notch organization. These straw poll results, our growing poll numbers and our strong fundraising shows that our message is resonating with Iowans and Americans everywhere," Paul campaign spokesman Jesse Benton said in a statement.

Even though Bachmann yesterday emerged as the front runner among Republican presidential hopefuls; but two major Republican players were not in the Iowa Straw poll.

The former Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin, is yet to declare her candidacy. Rick Perry declared his candidacy only yesterday and was not on the straw poll ballot.