My Experience as Election Judge, in Austin, Texas

Posted: June 3, 2012 in Ron Paul GOP (S)election!
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Finally, I am ready to sit down and discuss what happened 29 May, 2012, in the combo-primary in Texas.  It’s called a combo-primary as both Democrats and Republicans hold their primaries together (or combined) and ANYONE may show-up to vote in either primary.  I did vote early, the prior week, as I would not be working in my own precinct’s primary.

So, when prospective voters would walk in the door, our first question (after obtaining either voter-i.d. card or driver’s license) was, “With which party do you prefer to affiliate yourself?”  Approximately one-fifth of voters in this heavily neocon (Dem Neocon and Rep Neocon) area went with the Democratic slate/primary.  Fine.  No problem there.  Of course, we did not hand out paper-sample-ballots to these people prior to asking which ballot they wanted to vote-on, so they would see especially pertaining to the presidential primary, who their choices would be.  We also did NOT tell any of these voters that, if after they saw the choices, it was legal for them to step-out of the booth/poll and ask to change affiliation.  Doing this would have created more work for US and we (well, most of us working) did not want any extra work.  Regardless, each of the people wanting to go Dem went Dem.  Fine.

The other four-fifths of voters chose to go with the Republican slate (though the majority made it known they were NOT usual Republicans).  When asked for their party-affiliation, people rolled their eyes, sighed, and said ,”Republican”.  Some said (well, many said), “I am voting Republican, but only for THIS election”.  We heard, “I am voting the RON PAUL party”.  Some said things such as, “My father would slap me for this, but I am choosing the Republican party to vote for” and even one person had to say, “My mother will roll over in her grave, but I am voting Republican ONLY TODAY!”  This sort of thing happened ALL day long.

And, I know;  I have been after people to get the video EVIDENCE in all primaries and caucuses, as well as conventions, yet i video’d NOBODY.  Had I not been a judge, I probably would have done so, but as i was a judge, it was on ME to respect the privacy of ALL voters.  I did, however, make little notes (no names or other identifying info;  only check-marks) so I would have a pretty good idea of how these voters (remember, in a NEOCON neighborhood) were going.  For this reason (and I was THERE from six in the morning until well after the polls closed at seven in the evening!) I do believe that what I saw was probably the way Texas went.

As MY number was a conservative ESTIMATE of sixty-six percent going with RON PAUL, I have a feeling the real percentage for Paul was seventy-two percent.   I am SURE that the numbers for Paul v Mitt were completely FLIPPED, for none other than Flip, himself,  It is just NOT possible that Mitt took Texas and, particularly, Austin or Brazoria County (HIS OWN DISTRICT!) or San Antonio (Behar County). where Dr Paul worked for so LITTLE in their poorest hospital, Santa Rosa.

And there is zero chance that anyone in Texas or outside of Texas can convince me this vote-flipping was NOT DONE.  People think it’s a chore to flip the votes?  Do me and yourselves a favor;  check out the film, “Hacking Democracy” to see just how simple that IS.  Then come and tell ME that I am wrong in my estimation of the FRAUD and Vote-Stealing/ flipping in the (not so) great State of Texas, okay?  Of course,  the convention is still to come (end of week), but this bothers me more than all of the other cases of fraud and vote-stealing we know  transpired  throughout ALL of this primary season.

And, it’s all to ensure Obama  WINS this year’s election?  IS the GOP suicidal?  Given these smarmy and disgusting acts, I can only say:   They need to figure this out before the have NO party left!

***  Addendum:

When I talked, earlier and elsewhere, about other judges breaking the rules of the STATE ELECTION BOARD, here are a couple of examples.

I had my election-judge-training on the Saturday prior to our Tuesday vote and there were a lot of do’s and don’t’s we were given.

First of all:  the biggest DON’T was, NO CELL PHONES and NO Surfing the WEB as judges.  All cell- phones must be turned, OFF;  all day long, the other Democratic judge was on her phone, texting and talking, with whomever.  I was shocked as SHE was the person who put the sign up stating, “NO CELL PHONES;  TURN THEM OFF”, yet she felt as is it was fine for HER to break this rule?  Funny (not).  The Republican judge had just gotten an i-pad.  Supposedly, this was so she could get a book, online, and read it while waiting for something to do (there’s  a lot of hurry-up-and-wait in judgeship or clerkship).  Well, she could not figure out how to download a book to her new machine, so the same Dem judge (texting the entire day) showed her how to do it.  At one point, hours into the day, I went and asked the Rep judge what book she had gotten.  As it turned out, she had not gotten a book, but had spent all day on ABC_news site.  Who knows if she had been posting messages or comments or filling-in the ABC team?  I don’t.  And, I kind of want to know.

Another DON’T that had been stressed to ALL of us was this:  IF anyone comes in and wants to know if anyone else (Spouse, Neighbor, Child, for example) had yet voted, we were to politely tell them it was NOT possible for any of us to get the info and pass it on to them.  Well, at one point, I was asked to look-up a name (spouse of the voter, if I recall accurately), and I said;  “I am sorry, but I am not allowed, per Election RULES, to give you that info.”  This same Dem judge PUSHED me aside and did the search. She gave the info to the person requesting same.  She did this at least a handful of times throughout the day.

We were to NOT allow folk to loiter around the polls.  This should be a no-brainer, but as we were also in an OPEN school, it was a difficult one to stick to.  However, it surely WAS our job, collectively, to send people on their way as much as was possible.  No, each judge and even a couple of the clerks, sat and chatted with neighbors and others (friends and families), to the extent that voters (who were requesting help with using the machines) were IGNORED, because the noise-level was SO high!

It was a brouhaha.  It was, at times, a hullabaloo.  It was completely wrong, and I really don’t even know who I should complain to.  So, I am leaving it to any and all of you who read this: IDEAS?  Should I contact the local or State of Texas Election board to complain?  The precinct I worked was NOT in compliance with many rules, which were very fresh in MY mind, and it was more than irritating.  I bet, if I refresh my memory of other rules, these ladies found a way to BREAK them!  With something this important, should there not be a remedy?

Now, in the coming elections, I am my precinct’s chairwoman.  I hope I can get people working in MY precinct;  more willing to play by the rules, than those I had to work with in the precinct next to my own.  What a disappointing day!

 

^^^  Hopefully my final edit.  One other extremely strange happening occurred, about 2 hours from end of voting-day.   All voting-places were equipped with wi-fi (which they call, “mi-fi”) and, as you would think, the mi-fi needed to be turned “on” to transfer votes to the central office.  As we set-up, from six ’til just before seven, in the morning, the same Democratic judge was reminded,  “Turn on the mi-fi at seven!”, by our county tech guys, there to facilitate our primary, and scheduled to come back a few times during the day.

Well, it appears that nobody (whose responsibility it WAS to turn-on the mifi) bothered to get this done.  Yes, our tech guys drove by in their van and waved, at around noon.  We did not see them, again, until between 4:30 and 5:00 pm (with polls scheduled to close at seven).  They were certainly in a tizzy, as they had just been told that we had NOT been transmitting votes, wirelessly, all day.  uh-oh.  Somebody had “forgotten to turn on the mi-fi”, though she swore she had.  The ladies seemed to find this amusing.  I did not;  nor did the young tech-guys.   And I am left to wonder, what happened with the votes before that time?  I don’t know.  I don’t know if, immediately after the mifi was turned on, a cumulative total was sent to the man office, or not.  I do know that the laptop computer was taken to the CD-25 meeting place (or I hope it was), by the Dem judge.  And so, who really knows where this, “Mitt Romney swept Texas by 72%”, number even came from?

In my opinion, that number came from the 72 percent of voters who went with PAUL.  I won’t be convinced otherwise.

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  6. James says:

    If you are interested in the recent GOP Primary Elections results,
    I encourage you to take a look at this document (both links point to the same document):

    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/124333961/Republican-Presidential-PrimaryCaucus-Election-2012-Results-Another-Dimension

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwyYXjcI7z5sTWlTTVZOZEJHZ1U

    This is a slide show of graphs for all states. You might come to some interesting conclusions…

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Thanks for posting this!
      It seems a lot of votes were miscounted or misallocated or simply sent elsewhere (circular bin, as they say). I received a national scan, yesterday, but opening it (is huge) is difficult. Of course, I am not all that tech-savvy, so the problem with opening may lie within me.
      Will check this out!

      Again; thank you.

      OH: and each and every worker from that precinct is now (supposedly) under investigation. I do find it almost humorous that I would be, as I am the person who reported what happened (all of the rule-breaking), and they have not yet asked me a thing. Perhaps the other judges simply owned up to what they had done, so talking with me is not necessary? I don’t think the majority of these women did the wrong thing, intentionally, yet they still did the wrong thing. Only one truly still holds my suspicion, and i hope she is well scrutinized.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      I believe some of this is inconclusive, as I have been working with the statistician (i have certain evidence, which is being sent-out via UPS tomorrow) so the Texas evidence is not yet in, This is why we see Texas as we do, with a mostly bunch of flat lines. It’s not what I saw in the precinct I worked, and the precinct I worked has been graphed and show flipping, for sure.
      You;d have to know a lot more than what each states graph shows, in the end. And, some (where tapes were not available to work from) have simply been put in as ending being (essentially) beginning.
      Hopefully, more will be done with this, soon, but I know the man doing all of this input is only one person and NEEDS a lot of HELP to do it.
      anyone who wants to volunteer to assist should contact me and I will put you in contact with him.
      thanks.

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  7. Fishy says:

    Oh and may I recommend Votescam by the Collier brothers, so you might have some modern history on vote fraud and hanging chads and how deeply this is entrenched. Here’s the first eight chapters: http://www.wanttoknow.info/electionsfraud

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    • Pepper says:

      Ann,

      You need to get in contact with Kelly Mordecai who wrote the book Hidden 4th Branch and appeal to your grand jury to do an investigation.

      Your electronic votes could easily be verified by a hand count of all the precincts, do you know if this was done?

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      • annebeck58 says:

        I do not know how a hand-count can be done, as there is no paper-trail. It worries some folk in Austin, enough that some did want the paper (provisional) votes. We had been told they would not count (most likely) so to use one would not be the best idea, if they cared about being counted.

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  8. Fishy says:

    Thanks for writing this out. If you decide to get deeply involved in changing the party at the state or national level for liberty you will find much organization through Facebook. If I’m still in the country for 2014, I’ll be in the platform committee testifying that we need paper receipts confirmed by the voter and placed into ballot boxes for every vote. Computers are great for tallying, but must be aduitable, with random spot checks. Unfortunately, it still seems easy to divide the people with contentious legislation. As Facebook has been like walking through a cow pasture at night since the scotus ruling on ppaca….

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Great!
      Yes, i am willing to testify to anything I saw and.or have knowledge of. Not doing so would make me no better than those who did break rules.
      As far as Facebook is concerned, I do not have an account there. My main problem is that i have so little time left, online,and I need to get other things done. So, joining in on another site, right now, is something I really need to weigh pros and cons in regard to. Thusfar, the con is the amount of time I expect (well, I know) I would spend there. I just don’t think I have that kind of time!

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  9. I saw via DailyPaul that you filed an affidavit detailing what you witnessed. I hope something can come of all this Lawyers for Ron Paul stuff.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Yes; I added my testimony to the case (is with lawyers for Paul, ElectionFraudRemedy, aka, ToolsForJustice). I essentially copied and pasted my statement, here, to the affidavit.
      I really hope that others with similar or different experiences– having been cheated- will do SAME.

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  10. Robert Beacham says:

    Can you clarify something … are you saying the “early” vote was also manipulated, or just the vote on election day? Those were reported separately and I’m not sure if you are counting that in your conservative estimate or not counting it or maybe not counting it but it was flipped also or what.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Sure.
      I would bet the early votes were manipulated (or flipped) and that is solely based on what I saw in the early voting polls site I chose to vote in.
      But, officially and on the record, as I would attest to in a court of law? I can ONLY speak to my experience on 29 May. I did not work as a judge in early-voting, so can’t say what happened there, other than my short experience, being in line next to another woman who was also there to vote Republican for Paul and my vote (and what I said, when asked party affiliation)/ Certainly, this accounts for two votes for Paul. But, I will not state I believe they were counted for Paul, either.

      If anyone who was in one or more of the early-voting poll sites, in Travis County, and would like to speak up, I am ALL ears!

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  11. Sunburned says:

    I second that Anne.. Thanks for inviting me to hear the interview, it went very well and you came through like a pro.. The cheating is the same in every state. I live on Long Island and there was a huge grassroots movement here before the NY primary. Now, you being from Ct I believe you said, should know, this is NOT Ron Paul territory but there were RP banners everywhere from Brooklyn to the Hamptons and none for Romney or the fake president now in power. In Ithaca, Tompkins County , over 4000 came to see Dr Paul speak and a few days later at the primary, they registered something like 250 votes total for him and the rest of course to Romney!! This is not only stupid it is REALLY stupid to think that only 250 of those 4000 came to vote for Dr Paul. It was the same in all the counties that I am aware of.

    I hope you take FreeTrafficGuy’s advice and be careful.. I think you have more support than you know… We are growing stronger every day. I still have no clue what is going on with Dr Paul. Is he really out for good or is it just Rand that fell out.. or was this all planned out?

    Thanks

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Thanks again for tuning in!
      I don’t know what’s going on with Dr Paul, either, but I do know that the plan (of getting delegates to put him in front of the RNC) is still ON. I have to try and put myself in Dr Paul’s shoes, given what his son did, and I would want some space and time to consider what to say. I mean, really; what can he say that will appease the naysayers and satisfy all of his supporters? I don’t know. He cannot disown his son, yet he cannot just allow this to slide (or maybe he can?). Were I him I don’t know what I would do.

      But, let’s allow the man to breath while we soldier on!

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Btw? I am NOT surprised to hear NY has gone for Paul. I kind of expected it, being from that area, where people are smart and DO stand up for right. Yet the PTB will always do what they will do and will come up with the most INANE circumstances to say why, “Dr Paul lost”.
      We know it’s not true. We are proving it’s all a sham, based on the numbers of delegates showing-up for Paul and to turn their flipped votes BACK around.
      Where ARE the Romney people? Surely, they are not out in public, at least not in Austin (or any other part of Texas!)

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      • Ed says:

        They are nowhere.. I have friends and family all over the eastern US and they all tell me that Ron Paul is the only one people are supporting.. minus 1 or 2 Obama supporters but there is always an idiot in every crowd…
        Voting is rigged.. we have proof of that now.. and the people doing it is never going to quit until we make them.. and I imagine that there will be a lot of bloodshed doing it… I don’t believe that Ron is one of them.. and something tells me that Rand going over to the other side has somehow been planned also.. Lets face it.. Ron knew about the rigged voting all along.. so he also knew that he could never win with the ordinary voting process. So why is he wasting our time? I don’t think it is only to make us aware of the cheating although this was a very important part of it.. but I would prefer to email you my thoughts on it .. I don’t want to give anything away that is not meant to be known as yet.. but I do not believe that Rand has turned on his dad..

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  12. Anne, Patriot, friend,

    I fear for your life. Please be careful.

    The establishment is run like the Mafia. Please, Please stay safe.

    This country needs you, now more than ever.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Well, as my dad taught me; if I don’t stand up for and speak out for what is right, who will?
      I actually thought this post would go nowhere farther than here. But, if what I saw can be helpful in anyway, it is what it is.
      We all need to not hide under the bed. When we see something wrong, we have to bring it to light. But, I do appreciate your concern. I’ll be as careful as can be!

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  13. gopper says:

    Anne, can you clarify if the voters you spoke to said specifically they voted for Ron Paul?

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Yes. Some, when asked which party they would affiliate with, said, “Ron Paul”. Some said that they were Republican only for that day.
      I know I said the same thing when I went in to vote (early). I said, “well, I am a Republican– today”. The woman standing next to me in line at the early polls said same.
      On election-day, 29 May, many made it clear why they were there. I posted examples of what was said, in the main body of the post.
      And, now that I have seen the numbers reported of those who chose the Republican party to affiliate themselves with, I KNOW it was not just flipping of the votes. It was also under-reporting of same. I believed we had about 240 people that went Republican (AT the polls, and I know it was over 200). Yet they reported #101, only, with the nice, round number of 50, as early-voters? NO WAY. It did not happen that way.
      I actually think they counted on saying there were 150 votes, but added the ONE vote, and i can guess who it was. We had one woman come in who’d received a mail-in ballot. As it turned out, she had not mailed it back, and had to jump through hoops to vote, that day, in her precinct. She was told to go home and bring that paper ballot in, which she did, and then paperwork was done to negate that ballot and assign her a new ballot number. I think they had to add her as she was the ONLY person we had any real, “problems”, with in regard to her vote. Otherwise, I believe the RPT would have stated we had a perfect number of 150 voters in precinct 247, which I again say, was completely inaccurate.
      I will say, to the best of my recollection (and i should have written it down, but the day went SO well, I did not think i had to), we had about 240 Rep voters and 80 Dem voters in precinct #247, yet the RPT or TCRP numbers were nowhere near this.
      It seems to be one way they, “win”. It’s sickening.

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      • gopper says:

        OK, thanks for that. When you wrote ‘We heard, “I am voting the RON PAUL party”’ I was unsure if you meant you literally heard, versus ‘heard,’ as in ‘we took it to mean…’.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Nope. They actually said that!
          I will never forget our second voter of the day. She must have been eighty years old. When asked for her affiliation preference, she just kept saying, “Ron Paul”. I mean she said it about a half-dozen times. Nothing else, not, “I’d like to vote for Ron Paul (or Rep)”. Just: RON PAUL!

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Btw; we had absolutely ZERO provisional ballots, though we were trained in the use of same and a few people asked if they could, “just get one of those”.
      We had recently redistricted. That caused a LOT Of people to come to precinct #247, when they had been moved to another place. Rather than give them provisional (paper– rarely to be counted) ballots, we did dissuade them from using such. I think that was actually THE one good thing that came out of the day.

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  14. Rhonda says:

    I wonder if my comment will be allowed up here. If so, then I know the webmistress will get notified of it. If so, then please check out your “spam” folder and see if my comments from another article here has wound up there since they are refusing to post and yet they will not let me do it again saying I have already said that. It appears WordPress just does not like me all the time.

    Yours,
    Rhonda
    June 8, 2012/Friday

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Which post were you meaning to comment on? I have ALL comments set-up to immediately post, so if one has not shown up (in MY blogsite), I will check it out and make it stick.
      No worries.
      If it’s my blog, as this one is, you should be able to post without me having to approve it.
      thanks.

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      • Rhonda says:

        Anne,

        There are four, I think, I attempted to post between here and your “ABOUT” sampler page. No, it is not claiming that it is being moderated. They just are not posting and since I always copy what I post before hitting the submit button in expectation of such problems, when I attempt to post them a second time, they say that they are duplicates and of course that means that the first attempts had to be taken for it to say that. Therefore I would think they are in your spam folder somewhere. If not, then this is another experimental factor we need to investigate on eventually…helps keep the mind (unnecessarily? active if I am the only one that this is happening to.

        Time to watch/listen to Lauren Lyster and her Capital Account
        Rhonda
        June 28, 2012/Friday

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Oh, the “about page”. That is usually one that is deleted and replaced, but I couldn’t figure out how to do anything with it, esp in regard to comments.
          I’ll check it out and see what I can see, though.
          Still, it won’t go to spam, as it is my blog!

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Okay– this is weird.
          All of my posts are open to comments from anyone. And, I do get emails each time anyone posts a comment. Thusfar, it seems that I have gotten emails each time a reply was posted.
          I do have to go to work and will check in later on to see IF comments from you have been posted or are awaiting moderation (as should not be).
          If you’re posting from another site, and my post has been linked there, I may have to approve such comments, but that is the only case (so far) when I’ve had to do that.
          The “about page” is only to teach people how to make up and post on their own blogs. It is not something I wrote up and, so, comments are not posted there.

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  15. Rhonda says:

    This is an experiment. If this posts, I wonder if that cute little avatar will be mine, all mine!–(hehe).

    Rhonda
    June 8, 2012/Friday

    PS: If this does work, I commend the lawyer/suit factor progression I just read in the comments here.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Yes, Rhonda.. you have successfully posted here, and yes; I believe you are the first to choose that particular avatar, so it should be yours.

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      • Rhonda says:

        Howdy Anne,

        Well, whadoyano? I refresh the page and my comment is still here and so is yours. No, there is something that you just slightly confirmed for me, that being about the avatar. It appeared on its own. Usually they are somewhat blank for a person who is not signed into WordPress. This is not a passworded version so I have no idea where it came from. Years ago I had my real picture attached to the account I had, but it did not come up if I went into any other group/website run by WordPress. So at those times even though it had to know who I was because of the name/address it still gave me just a general blazai type of avatar.

        Oh well. This was fun. I might arrive back here a few more times. In my own travels I have seen you get around so even if I do not arrive back here soon, I will at least see you. I post very little nowadays, but then the simple posts do get me once in awhile to join in. How you do it? More power to you.

        Now off for me to take a closer look at the lawyer factor.

        Yours,
        Rhonda
        June 8, 2012/Friday

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Well, the gravatar came from me. This is my post and I chose a group of avatars (some people who are part of or do sign in to wordpress get to choose their own from the group or they post what they usually uses, on other blogs).
          So, I am glad you’re happy with my choice. I think they are (kind of) randomly assigned, based on the half-dozen or so I have picked.
          Yes, do check out what’s happening in the suits. I don’t do facebook so I cannot see all of what’s happening, inside of it. But, I have signed on with the other links/sites and hope they will phone me or email me. I wish I had remembered the conference call, last night, but i ended up working til long after it happened. Perhaps you can let these people know, ,again, that I am interested in filling in the gaps in regard to what I saw (and what I saw go wrong) in Austin?

          Anyway; join in as often as you like. I’m good with it.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          *now I am beginning to regret not photographing my hand, which held the check-marks to signify each person who said they were voting Paul. Oh well. I had no other place to record this, without being noticed, and my count was about 66 percent- or higher; it only included the people who specifically said something to let me know they were pro-Paul. This is why I am so angry over the media-spin and the vote-hacking in Texas. I KNOW what happened, even if it was not possible for me– or any judge or clerk– to actually read the card(s) in the laptop.
          It just makes me so angry that they went to this, again,or as usual.

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  16. Mike O Smith says:

    Ok who ever wrote this needs to contact me on facebook…………I am with watchthevote2012 we are working with Tools for justice and we are taking these types of things to a federal court on Monday. You can go to Watchthevote2012 to find out what you need to do to get this info to Tools for justice lawyers. Please send me a PM on Facebook Mike O. Smith from dayton texas or Call me at my home 936-257-2669 I helped get the Edward True story out on CNN and I want to talk to you. Please contact me.

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    • Mike O Smith says:

      Also know I to believe you about the votes being flipped. I know Bev Harris from the movie Hacking Democracy and have talked to her on the phone. She would want you to contact us. Please contact us.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Do you mean me? I always think I am so easily reachable or readily searchable as I use the same screenname in youtube, twitter, and here (as well as other places online!)
      I completely forgot about the conference call, last night, as I worked pretty late into the evening.
      Right now, I have to run an errand, but will be available in about an hour or so.
      My phone number is: 512 231 8186

      *I guess I thought the suit(s) were going in a different direction, so hadn’t placed it in the front of my to-do list, though I did send a note (think was WatchTheVote2012), with the link (i think)

      Anyway, contact me if you believe i can be of help- after ten-thirty, a.m., 08 June
      anne

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    • annebeck58 says:

      I had sent a message to LawyersForPaul, the other day (Tuesday?) and just sent another, in which I included my phone number, email address, and link to this post.
      I would happy to make a statement regarding what I saw in Austin. If more is needed in regard to testimony, I would also provide same.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Btw; I do not do the facebook, for varied reasons.
      Please contact me at phone number posted below.
      Or send me a tweet (or a DM in twitter) @annebeck58, or even in youtube/user/annebeck58
      thanks
      @

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Mike- would you send me your email address in twitter? I am in twitter: @annebeck58, and if you follow me there, I will follow back, to make it easier. You will also see other links to me in twitter (via my account), so it should be very easy to get in touch with me.
      I’ll be working all day, but as it is my business, I will take time to speak with you, whenever YOU have the time.
      thanks again and sorry, again, that i missed the big call last night.
      @

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  17. There is a CLASS-ACTION Lawsuit being filed tomorrow (06/08/2012) over these issues and many more. 100+ on the conference call last night. Over 50 people from all over the country becoming Plaintiffs against the GOP for these games. Contact people on FACEBOOK – LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL, or Watchthevote2012.

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    • Mike O Smith says:

      Hey kelly just seen your reply………..We need to talk to this lady. I hope she will contact us. Please please please call me or contact Kelly on facebook.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      So sorry I missed the meeting, last night. My phone number is posted, above,and i have sent it to LawyersForPaul. My days and nights sometimes run together (I run my own business and many times work late at night), so it’s always easier if people phone me, rather than counting on me to phone at an appointed time.
      Thanks for passing my info on to whomever can use it.
      @

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Kelly- I don’t do facebook, mainly because i really have so much crammed into my busy days and nights, I don’t think I could give it the attention needed. But, my phone number IS posted, and i can be reached in twitter, youtube, dailypaul, under SAME screenname,
      Please pass on my info, if you like. I’ll be happy to stand up for what i know I SAW..

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Kelly; are you and Mike aware of the call out re: conference call (or radio feed? I am not sure), tomorrow evening?
      Oh, and I wanted to say, again; I watched Hacking Democracy (great, by the way) and i really wasn’t sure if I should believe it or not. I thought, “oh, that probably happens in other towns or states”. It wasn’t until I saw what I saw and heard what was volunteered to me, then came home to read and hear the exact-opposite of my experience, til I took it completely seriously. If you would like to contact me (and I would love it if you would as much is going on), please either follow me n twitter – @annebeck58 – or in youtube, same name as here and twitter, or in DailyPaul. I tend to use the same user-name for continuity.
      Thank you, again, for your superb job in bringing-forth the absolute truth of what’s been happening in the USA,at least since 2000 (with the introduction of what I call the, “HackAVote2000), thanks for GW Bush and his minion.
      I just never thought I’d see it, in Austin, of all places.

      Then again, Dr Paul never had such a great chance of taking it all, and that does upset the “power-structure”== completely and absolutely.

      Best to you!

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  18. Anonymous says:

    What was that bitches name that was in charge?

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Well, all four of the judges (myself included) were in-charge.
      IF I report her name, it will be to the Elections Office, in Travis County, or in State Office.
      It should never have happened and I hope they will take my complaint seriously.

      Besides, it was more than one judge who broke rules. I’d have to report all of them, including clerks. We shall see how that goes, but I would rather not put her name on blast (as the kids say).

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      • Kyle says:

        Appears TX was using the ES&S M100 with all its known faults –
        http://www.bradblog.com/?p=9302

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Hey, Kyle. Sorry, I just saw this, now.
          Some parts of Texas (even Williamson County, which does cover parts of Austin, even) used those paper/elec voting machines. Austin-proper, including all of Travis County, used the EZVIP and E-Slate machines. They connected via wireless (ATT Mi-Fi) to the central tabulator, but we had no paper ballots, in our precinct. We did not even have any provisional votes, as we had been trained to dissuade folk from using them. Like I said above, that’s probably the one good thing we did in precinct-247. We had been told that provisional votes would, most likely, never be counted (except in cases of ties). So I did kind of talk one young girl out of casting a provisional vote. I just told her that, were it my vote I would want to make sure it was counted.
          After this farce, though, I don’t know that my vote was counted (supposedly, I was only one of four people who voted for Paul in early voting, in that precinct). If it was counted I do not know it was counted for Paul (and I would bet it was not.)

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          • Kyle says:

            Well how convenient for them. So if they cheat enough on electronic voting so the vote is not close, they don’t have to count the provisional ballots, which would leave a paper trail.

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            • annebeck58 says:

              Yes.
              We have a law that, if electronic machines are used, a paper-ballot is illegal (how crazy is that?). I believe the only paper-ballots are the mail-in sort and the provisional ballots, which are not counted anyway. I do not know if mail-ins are counted, but I would bet they are treated same as provisionals; only to register (or re-register) voters.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Oh, KYLE; I just re-read this. THANK YOU. I really needed that information.
          Would you know what version of software was used in the 2012 (s)election-primaries? If so, thanks; we truly do need that specific info!

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          • Kyle says:

            I sure don’t. Here is ES&S’s page on it – http://www.essvote.com/HTML/products/m100.html
            Definitely looks like the optical scanner I used here in Dallas. Note the same system which messed up in previous elections in Dallas –
            http://www.votersunite.org/info/content/mess-up_072104.asp

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            • annebeck58 says:

              Oh, yeah; Travis County did not use this sort of thing. No, they went with the E-slate (DAU). It is completely electronic and there is not a piece of paper other than the (very small, like the Post-Office’s next-served number) ballot-tag. Regarding the vote, if it is not sent-in via MiFi, it may as well have not happened, or that is my understanding.
              I know we also used the EZ-VIP (version 1.10s, I believe) to post voters as in. They were automatically timed-out after thirty minutes.
              We’re trying to figure out the software in order to also find how they hacked or flipped or discounted the vote(s).

              It would still be possible if ONLY we could get 20 voters from pct 247 (who went Paul) to answer their phones, but you know how people are about answering the phone when they don’t recognise the number; they just do not want to respond.

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  19. Anonymous says:

    Many of the rules you are referring to must be new…as I worked Texas (Harris County) elections for probably well almost 15 years…(18 to 33) and my parents were involved all of my life. The telling people if hubby or child has been in??? People have always visited at the polls. Not in the voting booths of course, but afterwards just outside the voting areas. Yes, it should be quiet and quiet talking. However the connection not being on could be a real problem, but I would guess that the information was stored. I do believe that things could be changed, but more likely on an upper level and not at the precinct. However, if that many votes did not count, there should be a revote. JMHO

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Perhaps you should re-take the election-judge training, then, as the RULE is, regardless of whomever the person at the polls is asking about, the answer is always, “I am sorry, but I cannot divulge such information to anyone other than that particular voter.” Those of us in training we told this,, explicitly. When it comes to people “hanging out” at the polls, Texas actually has a time-limit. People are not allowed to drop by and hang out. The polls are there for one reason, alone, and that is to vote, then leave. IF a voter does not leave within a certain amount of time (and it depends on how busy the polls are), the judge(s) should ask said voter to go..
      Regarding cell-phones and the workers (judges, alternate judges, and clerks), they must be off, all day. If any worker would like to use his or her phone during the day (same applies to laptops and i-pads and the like- other than the one connected– via mi-fi– to the main frame/office, they are NOT allowed to be on and in-service, by ANYONE at the polls– even voters!), he or she must step outside to do so. And, even that IS discouraged.
      Yes, my biggest concern was the actual counting of votes. Were they counted? Were they sent to the main office as soon as the mi-fi was (finally) turned on, or what? The tech-guys were very stressed out and did not leave looking any happier, so I have no idea as to what happened.

      The reason I brought up rules being broken by the judges was that I had just spent four hours in training, the Saturday prior to primary, and had spent the rest of the weekend studying the book I was given, in preparation to the primary, Tuesday. Each of the rule-breaks I mentioned were rules we were specifically told we must ALL adhere to. Otherwise, I would not have known and I would not have mentioned them.
      Perhaps rules have changed, or perhaps, those who’ve worked the polls for many years have simply become lax. I don’t know the answer to that, but I do know rules were broken. And, it happened all day long.

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      • Kyle says:

        Anne, thanks so much for publishing this. I knew there was fraud but it has to be documented. The Repub’s are using every trick in the book to steal the election. Has it occurred to you that with Austin being a very obviously pro-Paul town they deliberately set in an agent to corrupt the process, like “forgetting” to turn on the Mi-Fi? Also, was the proportion of Romney supporters higher later in the day after the MiFi was turned on?

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Regarding our “rush” at the end of the day. It is probable that the higher percentage of Romney voters (or other voters) came in then. I will have to think on that, try and remember who came in after five. But, yes, that could account for some of Rom’s votes, but I don’t think he got anywhere near 75 on 29 May.
          Yes, I have yet to actually find one person, in Austin, who stated he or she IS voting for Romney. I’ve been told, Gingrich and Santorum (tea-party), but never Romney. Either they are afraid to be honest about it or they don’t exist?

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          • Kyle says:

            Did your precinct also use the paper ballot with optical scanner like mine? Don’t these machines give you a total at the end of the day that you verify against the central tabulation/website?

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            • annebeck58 says:

              Yes, we did use the little ballot slips, which were put into bags (if any were left) and there was a print-out, at end of day, but this also went into bag or envelope and went to central office.
              However, there should be a print-out at the polling place, still. But the school is closed. If I get a chance, this week, to get in there I will try to see it. Of course, if they took the time to do all of this, this print-out may have also been changed. I put nothing past them.
              I did not, personally, verify the number. Two other judges (friends) did, and I am pretty sure they did not read it. I remember it was printed, rolled up, and initialed (I may have also have put my initials on it, but I really am not sure.)

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              • Kyle says:

                Numerous poll watchers in other states have reported a discrepency between the precinct numbers they witnessed and what the central office reported. Noting this would be enough to open an investigation and re-examine the paper ballots. It would be nice to catch them red-handed.

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                • annebeck58 says:

                  It would be great if all who saw this sort of thing would come forward.
                  I also wish that more had become judges so they could relate the experiences. Texas was begging people to do this– they should have. If they did, they should speak to it, either way, too.

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                  • Kyle says:

                    I truly wish there had been a poll at my voting precinct. They would have caught fraud for sure. I wanted to verify the official results here – http://www.dalcoelections.org/archivedresults/may292012/PctbyPct_Rep.zip . In the election day file , look for my precinct – 2054. I was there at 3:30PM and there were 4 voters behind me. I watched the scanner increment when I inserted my ballot from 58 to 59. The official total of voters for that precinct is 59! Wow, blatant vote fraud.

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                    • annebeck58 says:

                      I do wish to make one thing very clear.
                      I did not do a poll, per-se. That would have been against the rules, as far as I could tell (our training was 4 hours, with a group of people and most of us felt very rushed and not very well trained, but I am pretty sure doing an actual poll would have broken rules.)
                      I simply asked what I was required to ask: With which party would you like to affiliate yourself?
                      I did not ask anyone who they’d like to vote for. I did not ask if they usually voted Rep or Dem or Indy. I only asked what I was required to ask. Yes, I made notations of those who VOLUNTEERED that they were voting for Paul (and more than a few said that very thing). I noted those who winked and said they were, “Voting Republican but ONLY for that day”. I did not specifically poll voters, as to my mind, that may have been against the rules of elections.

                      I gave NO prompting other than the question I was instructed to ask.
                      People (very willingly) volunteered a lot of words that took me off-guard, including those who specifically said they WERE voting for RON PAUL.) Of course, when I went in to vote, the Friday prior (early voting), I said the same thing!

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                    • Kyle says:

                      Yes, I understand you couldn’t do a poll – thus your range on who probably voted for Ron Paul. I am dismayed that the Paul campaign did not sponsor or encourage exit polling by volunteers, knowing very well this kind of fraud was going on.

                      I have to retract my observations above about the precinct totals. I now realize there were 4 precints at that polling station, so it was just a coincidence that I happened to see a total that later matched the total for my own precinct.

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  20. Len Snow says:

    It makes me want to throw open my windows and YELL to the world, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take it anymore!” Dr. Paul is a hero. We the people, are being duped. I say we inaugurate Dr. Paul ourselves.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Agreed.
      I know I was far too stressed-out and disappointed, that evening and for days to come, to even get on here and post about my experience. At first, as I left the polls, I was ELATED to know that it seemed Texas had turned one out for Dr Paul (FINALLY, all of that work paid-off!). I turned on the computer and saw the farcical reports and just could not believe my ears. How did such a good turn for Congressman Paul become a Mitt-takes-ALL?
      I know the answer to that. I think many people know that answer. Even the Mitt-supporters (wherever they are) have to know that answer, yet they would rather “win” than let the voters decide.
      I, too, am MAD AS HELL and really DON’T want to take this anymore!!

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    • solarrob says:

      The corruption is getting to the point of no return. There is not enough room to house the criminals of voter fraud. I appreciate the fact that you have done your part with complete regard for our very important right of voting. This right is only as good as the people who enforce the rules. I would report it to the FBI and have them prosecuted. This is important to our democracy. People who partake in being a judge should always uphold the rules and laws regardless of their opinion. The rules are there for a purpose. The contest must be fair and balanced without prejudice. Maybe the selection of voting judges should be done like a jury selection. When selected, you are obligated to uphold the rules and conduct yourself in a professional manner. Thank you for your honest dedicated service.

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      • annebeck58 says:

        That’s the worst part; I thought I was doing the right thing and helping to provide a service to the people. But, when I learned that the wireless had been off, all day long, I was very stressed out. I felt like throwing up my hands and giving up.
        But, I have not yet given up.
        And, yesterday, I received written verification that my two-year term as Precinct-Chair will begin 20 August. I hope i can help bring decent people into the party and will see how much power my vote as Travis County Rep Party Committee Member will hold. If enough of us do this, I think it could be a lot. But, we have to help get liberty-minded folk in there to work for same.

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  21. You have mentioned some good points. There may be some other very important things you noticed particularly at the end of the day. You should file your complaint/s with these people:

    Need to File an Election Complaint?
    (512) 463-5650
    1-800-252-8683
    Fax (512) 475-2811
    Complaint Form (PDF)
    http://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/forms/complaintform-sos.pdf

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    • annebeck58 says:

      You know, you’re right. There was one more (probably the most disturbing event of the day) think that I had forgotten to mention in this post. I have now added it, at the bottom.
      The wireless system was OFF, and was therefore, NOT transmitting votes to the main-office, either.

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  22. Anne Beck… Please consider this….

    A LAWSUIT BEING FILED soon in federal court – CIVIL RIGHTS AND VOTER FRAUD VIOLATIONS. A group of attorneys have come together – “LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL” (https://www.facebook.com/groups/188334154612254/) and will be on a huge conference call on Wednesday 06/05/2012 @ 7:00 pm (PST), to explain this “Heart-Pounding” event. These attorneys have expressed that without this lawsuit, Ron Paul will NOT be able to win the nomination at the Tampa GOP National Convention in August because the election is so wrongly rigged for Romney. Adding further, the attorney spokesman said, “There is no chance of Ron Paul winning the election without the lawsuit.”
    The core-team members of “Watch the vote 2012” are asking other WTV members to attend this conference call. Why? LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL needs assistance in finding more “Injured Parties.” Right now there are over 60 testimonies from Arizona alone. People from 10 states have already submitted their “Testimonies” of election fraud. More are needed. We need the help of Watchthevote2012 members to perform a “Manhunt” to find injured parties for submitting “Testimonies” to include in the lawsuit.
    These “Testimonials” can arise from huge violations to even small testimonies smelling of fraud. We are also seeking voters and Ron Paul Delegates of any level.
    This is a “Manhunt” that will make history!!! It is a “hands-on” effort you can help with so please join us!! We, at the WTV core team, are beyond excited after Monday night’s conference call with LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL. Please come to the conference call Wednesday night @ 7:00 pm (PST), 8:00 (MST), 9:00 (CST), 10:00 (EST) and become informed on how you can help!!! Join us in helping Ron Paul win this!!!!
    The conference call number is: 805-399-1200 Pin: 412531#
    CHECK IT OUT ON facebook with “LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL.”
    Testimonies can be submitted at: http://www.electionfraudremedy.com

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/188334154612254/

    Check links for more details… your testimony could be crucial to stop these blatant acts of FRAUD against the American people.

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    • annebeck58 says:

      THANK YOU. Yes, I had considered this, as I saw a comment on Doug Wead’s blog that I thought would pertain to my experiences, too.
      Nobody will ever convince ME that the votes in Texas were NOT flipped. It happened and I am sure it happened, more than I am sure of anything else in life.’
      And it is just DISGUSTING>
      I will check out the site. info. Thanks, though, for bringing it to my attention again!

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  23. creolegenius says:

    CreoleGenius says HI!

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  24. Linda says:

    When the the same people back both the Republican AND Democratic candidates….what does that tell you?

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    • annebeck58 says:

      Oh, I know. It tells me that a Neocon is a Neocon.. And trying to get a REAL American Patriot in is absolutely difficult; possibly impossible.
      This revolution may have to go to the next level. I don’t want it to be violent, but suppose we can look to Louisiana and say (in the voice of children), “They STARTED IT!”
      (kidding, I don’t want to see violence, but honestly; what choice ARE the leaving us with?)

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      • Rhonda says:

        Anne,

        I am not a Facebook participant either. So you are not alone. That is what one of my held back comments indicates that is in your “spam” folder, I think.

        Thank you for the avatar. We will see if it stays with me. Cute guy. I never had anything else but either nothing or my own picture, but this is cute all the same–hehe.

        I just heard on R.T. that Rand Paul officially endorsed Romney. Lew Rockwell was interviewed over it and he by-passed Abby Martin’s constant question as to whether or not he is a turncoat against all of us. I guess Lew Rockwell wants to stay out of it. No matter what he says about Rand being his own person and the Ron Paul election is over with, Rand did not have to endorse anyone for that matter. As Abby Martin says, Rand’s endorsement is in a sense endorsing all the murdering and money and other problems we have since Romney is for all of that.

        Saddened by the betrayal,
        Rhonda :-(
        June 8, 2012/Friday

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Nothing from wordpress goes to my spam folder. And, if you sent me a personal email, it would probably have not gone to spam, unless it was a forwarded post. I absolutely get ALL of the wordpress comments, from my blog and from any blogs i sub to, so there should be no reason for me to check spam.
          I always knew Rand was not his dad. His ideas (he IS pro-war, for sure) are quite different from that of his dad, so I was not really shocked to hear Rand come out in favor of Romney (as much as it bothers me). Still, I believe Rand has now officially committed political-suicide. Those who like Ron are very angry. Those who like Romney (or other ridiculous so-called Reps) are not going to like that he slammed his dad in this manner– and that he did NOT correct Hannity about his dad NOT dropping out.
          What a tool Rand has been– for the ESTABLISHMENT chickenhawks. What an idiot he is.

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      • Rhonda says:

        Anne,

        No, all the comments that have not been posted have been here to be sure. I have no idea what your e-mail address is, but I will say I looked for at least a “contact” link here so I could send you about this problem letting you know that it appears to be my own browser that is setting it off since no one else is complaining. The only thing is that last week in the other place it actually did say on my first ever posting there that it was waiting for moderation. Then the others that did not post had to be somewhere for it not to accept a second attempt telling me that it was a duplicate and that is what the missing ones here have said. Such a thing is said whether it is posted or being held for any reason.

        Your statement about there not being a spam folder here is strange to me. The other place I told I ran for a very short period of time had a spam and a pending folder and supposedly allowed all others up. I guess maybe WordPress offers that also that I was not aware was a separate function, if it is the same after all these years.

        I am glad to hear you agree openly with me about Rand Paul. I have slightly commented about him in cyberland about showing these type of cutthroat tendencies. He is better than most, but at this moment I can see myself calling him the lesser of two evils if he were to go for the office in a few years. Wisdom might say to wait and see since the election is not over with yet.

        Rhonda
        June 8, 2012/Friday

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        • annebeck58 says:

          There is no such thing as a wordpress inbox. When comments are posted, they are sent to my email address outside of wordpress.
          If you clicked on “contact” (if there is a contact button) your notes have gone to wordpress, and not to me.
          Basically, if you want to contact me on wordpress, you need to do so as a reply or comment on the post. Anything else will not make it to the blogger (me, in this case), and may be going to a like that’s not even monitored. I know it’s not monitored by me (even when you are reading my blog).
          Post here and I will get it. Otherwise, I get no notifications from wordpress. I have five responses from you, but all are in this post.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          There is no such thing as a wordpress inbox. When comments are posted, they are sent to my email address outside of wordpress.
          If you clicked on “contact” (if there is a contact button) your notes have gone to wordpress, and not to me.
          Basically, if you want to contact me on wordpress, you need to do so as a reply or comment on the post. Anything else will not make it to the blogger (me, in this case), and may be going to a like that’s not even monitored. I know it’s not monitored by me (even when you are reading my blog).
          Post here and I will get it. Otherwise, I get no notifications from wordpress. I have five responses from you, but all are in this post.
          Also, why is it, each time I click on your name, I am sent to some Baywatch video in youtube?
          And, when I try to load comments from notices (comments from you, only), I get a notice that there is something (unsafe) weird about going forward in loading? I have never seen this before.

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        • annebeck58 says:

          and, now, it posted one of my comments, twice.
          I need to clean out cookies and suggest you do same, as it appears you have something strange coming through in your comments.
          Did you mean to add a Baywatch video to your comments to me? If not, clean your browser, turn off your system, and start again. I know I will do this as I probably got some sort of virus by loading the page in order to reply to your comments.

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        • Rhonda says:

          Anne,

          Do not panick out. As I said, the place I ran was years ago and it did have an “inbox” or a pending folder as part of the WordPress setup. The pending would be for anything moderated, but comments wound up in it anyway since there was not suppose to be any moderation. The other folder was for what you might still consider to be part of the inbox. Whatever it thought was spam wound up in there. Of course there were many people as part of the administration who had access to the same area and maybe that is why we had it separated from anything going to a private e-mail address. That is good to learn about the differences. Yes?

          As far the “virus” or Baywatch thing-a-mig-jig, that is my “website” as offered to put into one of our comments back to you. People out here in the world of politics are rather vicious, as you well know. That “website” is a sort of code just incase anyone thinks they might know me. Otherwise I am not that open to much about me since I rarely am that heavily involved for the world to have my contact information. The other information you have about me would tell you a thing or two if you took the time to respond to it.

          So do not fear. There might a cookie problem at your end, but I can assure you there is nothing of the sort with me. My communications goes out far and wide and I well know the routine. What I do not know is what changes along the way and as we are doing here, it is a learning curve to modify. That is all.

          With that being said, I see that The Alyona Show is coming on and she is broadcasting out of Rhode Island today at some convention that might affect us all. I will be back out here during the course.

          Yours,
          Rhonda
          June 8, 2012/Friday

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  25. Thanks for posting this!

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    • annebeck58 says:

      And, thanks again, for your “like” and comment. Much appreciated!

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      • I had fun voting for Ron Paul June 5th. It was a meaningless primary, but I still got a few of my friends to go with me and vote for Ron Paul. Even the apathetic ones.

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      • Rhonda says:

        Ah yes. I will add my “like” to this article, as well as the entire website, also. This is the best that I can do.

        Rhonda
        June 8, 2012/Friday

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        • annebeck58 says:

          Thanks, for the, “like”, Rhonda.
          Yes, this is why I don’t do the facebook; who has the TIME? Not me, and if I did it, I’d want to devote more time to it than there are hours in the day.
          I hope these people, if they want to get in touch with me, will re-post here or just go to any of my other online accounts. I am pretty easy to find. It’s has been proven by some tools I never wanted to hear from to start with.

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