Send Them A Message!
The only action that the voters of the 8th
district of Ohio can take in the 2010 election that will make a
difference, be noticed and remembered -- is to support our Campaign
strategy to "Send Them A Message" through the Ohio 8th District
1. First of all, Jim Condit Jr.'s opponent is
Congressman John Boehner, Speaker of the House under W. Bush, and
minority leader of the Republicans under Barack Obama. While not the
worst Congressman by any means, Boehner has become the very symbol
of Republican compromise at the key moments when middle class
America had expected the GOP leaders to stand up for them against
the Democrats. He voted for the bail out, for instance, after
falling for Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's quivering-lip act.
A list of
Boehner's "10 worst votes" has been compiled by Human
A strong challenge to this symbol of
establishment and business-as-usual Republican politics would send
shock waves to Washington D.C. and New York City -- as an indicator
that the "natives are wrestless" and may be getting out of control.
This should put a brake the economic collapse that is now being
engineered against the people of the USA.
2. For several decades now, our ballots have been
counted behind closed doors on secret computer programs, provided
largely by only four mega-companies. These mega-companies did not
steal the authority to process our votes on secret computer programs
-- this authority was delegated to them by the Republicans and
Democrats in charge at the COUNTY level -- in about 99% of the 3141
or so counties in the USA.
The strategy of the Jim Condit Jr. for Congress
2010 campaign for the 8th district of Ohio is to ask the voters to
request mail in ballots, receive them at their home, vote, copy
their ballots, and give the copy, signed by each voter, to the
Condit Jr. Campaign. This way, there would be some chance to double
check he easily rigged computer counts. That way, after election day
in November 2010 -- the Condit campaign would announce how many
votes they had in hand. This would keep those running the secret
computer counts somewhat honest.
In a non-presidential year, such as 2010, it
takes about 150,000 votes to win the Congressional seat in the 8th
District. If that number, or anywhere near that number, -- or even
1/3rd of that number, were garnered for the Jim Condit Jr. for
Congress campaign -- it would sent a shock wave around the world on
two counts: the American people, as represented by the 8th District
voters, are fed up with secret computer counts, and are fed up by
compromising politicians like John Boehner, even if they vote right
most of the time, as Boehner does.
3. To accomplish the above strategy, it would
take about 7500 volunteers from anywhere in the nation who would
come into Ohio District 8 at the beginning of October 2010 to help
20 people each order a mail-in-ballot, and to return two weeks later
to remidn their 20 voters to vote for Jim Condit Jr., and to make a
copy of their ballot before they mail it back into the Board of
4. If the video "Even Stranger Secrets", goes
viral, then 50,000 people donating only $5 each could provide enough
money for Condit to put on radio ads that would shake up not only
the midwest, but the nation. Reaching 50,000 people on the internet
could happen potentially in one 24 hour period. Something like this
is going to have to happen if the American people are going to be
rallied to draw a line in the sand against the enemies of our
country in New York City and Washington DC, who are impoverishing
our country with a kind of financial terrorism.