Of all the places to present a Voter Fraud in New Hampshire workshop I was at Murphy’s Tap Room in Manchester last night. Twenty five to thirty people showed up and it was a very animated crowd, even the girl working the bar.
Crowd, did I say crowd?
Maybe there is a better description of exactly who was attracted to an evening of viewing, discussing, and taking home examples of voter fraud in our fair state.
I think this is a good description of my audience:
“To be attached to the subdivision, to love the little platoon we belong to in society, is the first principle (the germ, as it were) of public affections. It is the first link in the series by which we proceed towards a love to our country, and to mankind.” ~ Edmund Burke.
Come to think of it, the Tea Parties, 912’ers, talk show devotees, disenchanted voters, tapped out taxpayers, and upset patriots from all walks of life across this country are probably the largest collection of little platoons this nation has seen in a long time.
I get asked all the time, “Who is their leader?”
Little platoons have no leader other than a love of country, a sense of fair play and morality.
Voter fraud really angers members of the little platoons – especially when it is obvious that it is enabled by their own government.
There will be more voter fraud workshops put on by CNHT in preparation for this November. Check the cnht.org web site under “EVENTS.”
Bring your platoon or call for a workshop of your own.