How the 2012 Obama campaign fooled the ‘low-information voters’

by 1389 on January 25, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), 2012 US Elections, Barack Hussein Obama, enemy propaganda, mainstream media, sin, sloth, social media

It’s all in this PDF. Click to read; right-click to download.

Source: PJMedia

Don’t YOU be fooled, though. Massive voter fraud figured into their plans and projections at every turn. The Obama campaign polls would not have showed any “margin of victory,” were it not for the adjustments for the election fraud that they knew they could successfully perpetrate in the battleground states.

So, where are we in this picture?

We have been on the sidelines.

In the past quarter century, “low-information voters” in the US, Europe, and elsewhere have brought about ruin and destruction. Yes, these low-information voters are blameworthy, even though most of them probably thought they were doing the right thing at the time. It is not “cool” to be an ignorant and slothful citizen of a republic – it’s shameful and ridiculous. We are all moral agents who are responsible for gathering accurate information before taking action at the polling place. It is our duty not to accept indoctrination at face value, but to use our critical faculties.

Even more blameworthy are those who fund, run, and work for the well-financed and well-oiled propaganda machine that has tempted so many people to remain not only “low information voters,” but also “low-information human beings.”

We ourselves are also to blame for not having reached enough other people to impart truth and knowledge. Technology is a set of tools that can be used for good or for ill. It is time to take a few technological leaves from our opponents’ book and use them to do good.


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