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Where Are The Lawyers?

Where Are The Lawyers?

If in fact a tsunami of voter fraud has taken place on the extraordinary scale some are advancing as fact, we should be asking where is the empirical evidence of same and where are the Republican lawyers, the Republican leadership of Rove, Preibus, Boehner, and McConnell? If there factually were voter turnouts well in excess of 100 percent in Pennsylvania and Maryland, why aren’t the Romney lawyers and the GOP leadership taking legal steps to investigate same?

Ask yourself who in Republican leadership is speaking out about election fraud even on a tangential level compared to that of those individuals and groups advancing same. Ask yourself why that is.

Pay attention: I’m not saying that there wasn’t voter fraud. I’m asking why the ones we would reasonably expect to be combing over the results with an armada of lawyers are silent?

There can only be so many reasons for silence if in fact voter fraud has taken place on the massive scale that is being advanced. And the two main ones are that A) there is silence because the pandemic of fraud alleged never happened and B) the Romney campaign and the Republican leadership have no interest in holding legal elections.

If fraud has taken place on a level great enough to swing the election to Romney wouldn’t he and the GOP want to know that? Wouldn’t it be worth their while to investigate same? It’s hard to imagine that the answer is “B” because that would effectively mean Romney and the GOP leadership have no interest in winning an election that would result in their assuming the mantle of power. If the answer is “A” then where are the reports circulating in cyber space being culled from?

Ask yourself who in Republican leadership is speaking out about election fraud even on a tangential level compared to that of those individuals and groups advancing same. Ask yourself why that is.

It was one thing for politicians not to want to get involved in the birther issue. Whether one agrees or not with their silence on that subject — what scenario can you point to that would make them maintain their silence if their securing the crown jewel of politics hung in the balance?

Thus we are left with option “A” or “B” referenced above. The question that should be in the front of our minds is why is it necessary for us to force the people who stand to benefit the most if massive voter fraud can be proven, that they should become proactive? Why would Romney need us to convince him that voter fraud stole the election from him?

Some will vehemently disagree with what I am about to say, sobeit. I submit we cannot afford to run about in an apoplectic frenzy screaming he stole the election for the next four years. We must be focused on vetting candidates and preparing for the 2014 elections. We must be focused on not making it easy for Boehner and the Republican leadership to roll over for Obama.

It’s a foregone conclusion that fraud on some level took place. It always does. But this isn’t Nixon vs. Kennedy. The zeitgeist of today is different. If voter fraud was substantial enough to cost Romney the election and the Republican leadership isn’t interested in addressing same that should convince us that it is a waste of time, money, and energy to try. It should convince us that what we need to be focused on is replacing the failed, vapid, and feckless leadership whose interests lie elsewhere from ours. If Republican leadership believes no substantial fraud took place why spend time trying to convince them that it did?

We cannot afford to invest in that which has a miniscule return on our investment of effort. You may disagree, but wasting energy trying to convince Romney and Republicans that they were cheated is an investment that will only help is Obama. It will amount to nothing short of a dysfunctional and poorly organized effort in futility.

Our energy must be invested in pressuring Congress to begin impeachment proceedings. We must not allow Boehner and company to continue to betray us. We must remember that we had the greatest landslide victory in decades in 2010, and we must remember how it was done.

Obamacare can still be stopped, but it will take our being victorious in 2014 to make that happen. We cannot afford to be distracted by something the leadership is going to do nothing about.

Certain groups will advance the idea that massive voter fraud took place that resulted in Obama stealing the election. But if the GOP leadership and the Romney campaign are unwilling to enjoin us how is that a wise use of our investment?

We must be wise and we must be focused. If we are not, four years from now Obama will have gotten everything he wants and the people will be raking hay and looking for ointment to soothe their wounds.

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38 Responses to Where Are The Lawyers?

  1. Bruce Beeler November 15, 2012 at 7:42 pm #

    In 1859 in the run up to the Civil War, Kansas applied for statehood. The populace held a vote to determine if the state would be free or slave. Of the 20,000 registered voters prior to the election, over 100,000 voted. That is not a typo. It is what the Democrats have done and will do given the opportunity. They do not want voter id laws because they always commit fraud, and the voter id laws will stop that (at least to a point). The election didn’t turn out well for Kansas, in that she became known as “Bloody Kansas” during the war. However, I agree with Mychal. Since the Establishment doesn’t want to look into it, it is time we pursue getting rid of the establishment.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 5:18 pm #

      bruce beeler: there’s an old adage “when you find yourself w/ no way out, you go further in”…that is what we must do…change things by going further in and blowing it up from inside…

  2. Dennis McCutcheon November 14, 2012 at 10:18 pm #

    I would love to see work on voter ID. I am a missionary in a third world country and when I tell friends here that a voter doesn’t have to show photo ID in some states they are aghast and believe the only reason for this is to benefit the ruling party in allowing corruption in the voting system. Hmmm???
    There needs to be teeth in the law, that if caught voting twice you spend two years in jail and pay the fees it takes to do a recount in your district. 20% our of each paycheck until that fine is paid off.
    Second offense – no fine, but 10 years in the prison in the Chaca desert in Paraguay. smile.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:19 pm #

      dennis mccutcheon: I am eager to show my ID to vote…these idiots complaining about showing display their malignant dishonesty when they omit that ID is necessary for everything from food stamps to getting served at nightclubs and bars to openiing banking accounts to getting a library card…

  3. Jeanne Nicholson November 14, 2012 at 10:07 pm #

    Mychal, I do agree that trying to “do something” about what has happened – meaning change the outcome – is a total waste of time. However, it was not lost on me that Obama won no state with a voter ID law.

    I think it would be useful to prove that some level of fraud took place across the country for that reason alone. Because Dems always say “everyone knows that voter fraud does not occur”. Well, I don’t know any such thing. In fact, I’m sure it does happen. Proving it occurs would give us a better launching point to argue for more voter ID laws and would give us a factual argument against the lie that voter fraud doesn’t happen.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

      jeanne nicholson: everyone knows that fraud takes place…wasting time proving it is not prudent use of time and resources…we must insist on voter ID in 2014 even as we find candidates for same…that said voter ID laws must be able to w/stand the court challenges…

  4. Stormrider900 November 14, 2012 at 8:36 pm #

    Mychal, Perhaps the truth is that the GOP is afraid that such action would make them out to be what the POTUS has claimed they are, and that’s bitter people, clinging to their Bibles and guns. It’s probably just me, but I think the Republican Party has sold us down the river, and it’s doubtful that they will soon stand up and prove I’m wrong. But what the heck do i know?

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

      stormrider900: why should they care what obama and his minions think of them…

  5. Marilyn November 14, 2012 at 1:13 pm #

    Mychal, you are right about fraud – it has always been present with each presidential election to some degree and very little done about it. I do commend West for demanding a recount. As we move onto other issues of importance, to hold Congress responsible for impeachment of the corrupt, that will be hard to do with Boehner and now Twit Pelosi running again to represent the House of Democrats/Socialists/Progressives…whatever. Reid is still there in the Senate and he has shown his true colors with his in-basket full of House legislature that will never hit the floor. He’s not budging on anything unless it favors The Poser’s agenda or his personal agenda. I am sticking with my plans to watch the Benghazi hearings and see how The Poser handles this treasonous act against the U.S.A. He thinks he has done a good cover-up job, so far. Plus, diverting American’s attention away from his ill deed and talking about gun controls again. Yep, that should divert attention from Benghazi and Operation Fst and Furious.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:29 pm #

      marilyn: we must rid ourselves of failed and treacherous republicans and divorce ourselves from the rnc and karl rove…if that means third party I’m ready…

  6. Snoopsister November 14, 2012 at 12:56 pm #

    Excellent point, Mychal! You know, I’ve been furiously looking for articles about the teams of lawyers who were purportedly “on the ready” for any election shenanigans. Nothing. Nada. Zip. I was so glad to see that you addressed this very thing that has had me puzzled for a week! You know what? As usual, you are right. Why am i wasting my time caring about fighting for the truth when Romney himself couldn’t care less? If he would so willingly roll over on the matter of the election virtually being stolen from him – after all his hard work and money spent (mostly OURS) – then he is a pansy. If he won’t even stand up for his Presidency, he’d never be strong enough to fight for this country. Unfortunately for us, Obama took out impeachment insurance when he chose Biden for VP.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:31 pm #

      snoopsister: its good to hear from you young lady…hope you are well…that said you don’t send girly-boyz to do the work of adults…

  7. pblee November 14, 2012 at 12:51 pm #

    You are making some very bold statements and I applaude you for doing so. As of this minute, Congressman West is in the midst of a state audit of the St Lucie County Supervisor’s office. A full and accurate count must be made and certified. But where are the lawyers screaming about this on the news??? If he loses this one, he needs to move next door to my district and run Alcee Hastings out of Washington. After my recent experience as a poll worker in Palm Beach County I can certainly see how s—t happens
    You can voice support by calling his Stuart FL office at 877-906-2010. Stalin was right when he said it isn’t the voter that is important, it is the one who counts the votes.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

      pblee: Allen is a perfect of example of the treachery of the rnc and karl rove…

  8. Marisa Ann November 14, 2012 at 5:28 pm #

    I put forth option C, that some have been saying all along, that it doesn't really matter who is elected, Republican or Democrat because they're both puppets of a larger puppet master. The powers that are pushing for One World government. All of the options to point to evil running amok in DC.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:37 pm #

      marisa ann: whether or not that is the case and I’m inclined to think it isn’t…what is true is that there is no difference between the parties as they exist today…which is why we must divorce ourselves from the rnc and karl rove…

  9. Pamela Arnold November 14, 2012 at 11:52 am #

    Hi Mychal,
    This is a great article and something, somewhere, I posted about yesterday. If Allen West (sorry, not one of my “personal” fave’s), had the fortitude to demand a recount, as I do believe voter fraud had much to do with that outcome also, what happened to the Republicans? Not one person stood up, from Romney, all his campaigners, (Gingrich, Santorum,and many others, including talk radio personalities), on down to FOX news, said or mentioned one darn thing about this. And there was voter fraud, and we all know it. Yet, the very next day after the election, all that was said is: Obama won, Romey lost. Then a multitude of tv and radio personalities went on to say their spiel as to why or how they judged wrong. Giving a**nine excuses such as, well gee, there was this many percentage of this many “minorities, single white women, latinos, etc.,that we did not count on voting or not voting. Just all lame excuses. Each and everyone of them accepted the defeat of Romney like a bunch of whipped puppies with their tail between their legs. Truly, this seems very mysterious.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:40 pm #

      pamela arnold: Allen is a personal friend but I do not support his stand of pro abortion…he says he is pro-choice but pro-choice is pro abortion…and I will not support anyone who is pro abortion…but Allen is a man and not afraid to look the devil in the eye…

  10. Patti Lewis November 14, 2012 at 4:40 pm #

    59 precincts and not one vote for Romney? 114% voter turn out? Hundreds of thousands of ballots not counted as of 11/14/12 in Arizona? It appears someone had an election but it wasn't "We the People" or the RNC or DNC.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:49 pm #

      patti lewis: get over it…if romney and repub leadership don not care why should we expend our time and resources proving same…that said it is not hard for me to believe there were precincts in philadelphia that do not vote for romney…and if the rnc was interested in winning the presidency they wouldn’t have made sure the man who lost to mccain in 2008 wasn’t the pick this time…

  11. doublesmith November 14, 2012 at 11:36 am #

    The Republican leadership is completely intimidated by Obama. Wheter it’s because of his race and the possible revolt that would occur withing the black community or the fact that they just want to go along in order to enjoy their privileged positions is unknown. But, the spineless need to go or the Republican party will be a thing of the past.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:50 pm #

      doublesmith: the republican leadership is traitorous vapid and feckless…

  12. bordercollieman November 14, 2012 at 11:36 am #

    The issue of Obama’s eligibility is valid because he has refused to let Americans know anything official about his past. The GOP is complicit with the Democrats in their mutual efforts to give Obama a second term. Why? Because they have the same political goals; even though the GOP appears to have conservative goals. Romney and the GOP agreed to re-elect Obama, but when Romney trashed Obama in the first debate, Obama told him “hands off,” and Romney pulled back on the next two debates. Romney intentionally avoided campaigning on any issues that would have told the truth about Obama. No one touched Obama’s eligibility. He still has not been vetted as legally eligible to hold office. Romney was a willing pawn for the socialist/Marxist/communist party goals of transforming America into a mere puppet of the One World Government/Economy/Religion soon to come to power. Is impeachment the answer? Maybe. But who will do it? Not the Congress and certainly not the Senate. Obama should have never made it to the 2008 election due to fraudulent official documents and use of a stolen social security number, but the courts provided a mantle of protection for him and the Congress joined in with phony, White House-provided excuses. What may work will be to form a new party that is completely loyal to the Constitution and Rule of Law and the people of America. Problem is, where will we find any truly honest candidates to run?

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

      bordercollieman: I disagree w/ the formula you used to reach your conclusion but I agree w/ your conclusion that gop and rove knew romney couldn’t win and that there isn’t a dime’s bit of difference between dems and repubs…

  13. Owen Kinnan November 14, 2012 at 4:21 pm #

    I couldn't agree more. Thanks Mychal. Nuff said.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

      owen kinnan: you are very welcome…

  14. Sharri Slater November 14, 2012 at 4:18 pm #

    Good thoughts but I doubt the Senate will ever agree to passing Impeachmment of Obama. I think it is up to the Republicans to file for indictment og Obama for the crimes we all know he has committed.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

      sharri slater: we’re not asking…we’re telling and removing them if they do not…

  15. Ben November 14, 2012 at 11:07 am #

    The GOP is satisfied with the status quo. They have their little fiefdoms and, possibly, do not need any constitutional conservatives to rise from any investigations. The RINOs must be voted out and replaced, starting with Boehner, and continuing on to Preibus.

    We need to stop giving money to the GOP and fund individual conservatives. We need to stop funding Rove, and his type PACS, and starve them out of the process. We need to stop supporting the weak, gutless, always on the defensive politicians.

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

      ben: YES YES YES…you are exactly right…

  16. Sherry Teal November 14, 2012 at 3:56 pm #

    I totally agree!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:56 pm #

      sherry teal: thinking people and those who understand the battle do agree…

  17. Lanette Wagner November 14, 2012 at 3:55 pm #

    Dead on as usual Mr. Massie!

    • Jules Huli November 14, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

      All the Lawyers are in DC..

      • Mychal Massie
        Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:55 pm #

        jules hull: they should be in a ship headed to mars w/ just enough fuel to almost make it…

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:57 pm #

      lanette wagner: thk you much…

  18. Kim Parigoris November 14, 2012 at 3:51 pm #

    Have you heard about this?

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie November 18, 2012 at 6:58 pm #

      kim parigoris: I commented about that when rumor of it first surfaced back when…no one gives up the oval office as that supposedly suggests…why else would they fight to gain same…

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