It is possible to make this happen, I’ve just contacted the folks at the Heritage Foundation, sent them the links and they have promised action.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
According to Article II of 12th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, if 1/3rd of the states do not cast their votes in the Electoral College, then the matter falls onto the House of Representatives to choose the President.
In other words, if we pressure Congressmen, State Party Officials, and groups such as Tea Party Patriots, Heritage Foundation, etc., to call on RED States to NOT have their Electors cast their vote, then the House of Reps CAN choose the next President!!!!!
The democrats have stolen this election and it is up to WE, the people, to put the hammer down on their widespread vote-fraud. The founding-fathers gave us the Electoral College for several reasons.
Voter-Fraud is one of those reasons.
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It is up to us to hold tightly to the Constitution. If we don’t, then we are just as guilty as those who would ignore it. The Constitution can stop the socialist machine in its’ tracks.
It’s up to us to get on the phone and make some noise.
Please call your State Party Officials, your Congressmen, and any political groups or organizations ASAP.
WE do not elect the President. The Electoral College elects the President. But if enough of them do not cast their vote, then the responsibility falls onto the House of Representatives to choose the next President.
If just 17 RED States agreed to NOT cast their votes in the electoral college, then it goes to the House. If pressured – they just might do it.
We do NOT have to convince ANY democrats, at all.
All we have to do is convince 1/3 of the States to NOT cast their electoral college votes.
Well more than 1/3 of the States did in fact vote as RED States. And they too can see the obvious, wide-spread vote-fraud which has taken place.
So, if the Electors in 17 States which Romney won decided to NOT cast their electoral college votes — then the electoral college does not meet the requirement as defined in the Constitution. In such a case, the electoral college is thereby null and void. The matter then goes to the House.
In every State, each political party chooses its’ own “electors”.
Then, whichever party wins the popular vote in each State is the party which gets to have its’ electors cast their vote in the electoral college.
However, according to the Constitution and the 12th Amendment, in order for the Electoral College to have a quorum, then at least 2/3rds of the States must cast their votes.
As stated in the Constitution and the 12th Amendment: “A quorum for this Purpose shall consist of a Member or Members from two thirds of the States,”
So, if 1/3 of the States (17) do NOT cast their electoral college votes – then it goes to the House of Representatives (not the senate) to elect the next President.