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In the light of our upcoming elections, I decided this would be the proper topic for this blog. Many candidates are making some really heavy duty promises to the American people in order to obtain their vote. Some have watched public opinion polls and flipped from their original stance to mimic the people’s voice. Yet so many do not have the intention to follow through with what they are saying after they get into office. They have seen this trick done repeatedly to the American people without any consequences so they follow in the footsteps of the unprosecuted who went before them.
I have voiced my opinion on this countless times and have been very demonstrative in my details so Americans could see what is being done to them. In my opinion, any candidate that enters office by courting the American people with promises and stances they do not follow through on – commits FRAUD! They should be charged with this, removed from office, made to pay back the people any wages they collected from them and be stripped of all benefits or entitlements they received from the act of fraud.
If a citizen went to car dealership to purchase a car and a salesman or dealership pointed them to car they wanted off the lot, misrepresented the car, and promised a warranty & to fix certain problems on the car if they purchased it without following through – that would be fraud. If the dealership didn’t fix the problems, told the customer it had a 350 engine when it didn’t, one owner, never wrecked and the customer found out differently then that’s fraud. If they tampered with the mileage to reflect low miles and the customer found out the original miles then they can charge them with fraud & that is breaking a federal law.
It is my belief that a candidate who gets into office by false promises, stating things that aren’t true and voting the way they wish instead of the people who put them in office- has committed fraud on a grander scale than the dishonest car dealer.
As more Americans leap from their arm chairs and spring into action; they should be aware of the tricks the candidates play on them to get their vote. They need to voice their outrage when they are betrayed. They need to file law suits against the public officials as they would a realtor who took their money for a condo on the beach & instead gave them a doublewide next to the train tracks! DO NOT allow this fraud to continue. YOU can make a difference.
When a candidate is caught in a lie then they should be removed from the race immediately. If a candidate has been convicted of fraud in the past – then they shouldn’t be allowed to run for office.
Out of the candidates that have asked for my support; only one has received it. Sharon Angle, who is running against Harry Reid in Nevada, took my strict & to point questions calmly. She answered directly and didn’t try to sway my opinions. I like what she said “Don’t read my lips, read my history.” So I did. I am an in-depth researcher who will not make a decision without researching all the contents around it.
I liked her yet I will hold her to the same standards I speak to you about. I am not from Nevada but there are many of you who are that read my articles, listen to my show or follow me on Facebook. I don’t ask anyone to follow who I like blindly. I ask you to research them, see if their history supports what you want to see in office and then make an informed decision on your own. However, if they do not follow through on their campaign promises, I want you to call for charges to be brought against them and for their immediate removal from office & all benefits or entitlements that office gave them.
No one should enter in office with lies, misrepresentation and ignore the voice of the people who put them in. It is WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAN who should be making the decisions with our voice being heard through the people we elected. Otherwise our system of voting & the majority wining is nothing but a hoax to appease us and deceive us into thinking we have a choice.
If you can read the following definitions and not see it in some of the candidates who have gained access to our government, then I don’t know what I can say to open your eyes. You have a right to your opinion.

Definitions of fraud on the Web:
• intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
• imposter: a person who makes deceitful pretenses
• something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
A deception made for personal gain. An intentional misrepresentation, concealment or omission of material fact done with the purpose of deceiving another which causes detriment to that person.
INSURANCE: Intentional lying or concealment by policyholders to obtain payment of an insurance claim that would otherwise not be paid, or lying or misrepresentation by the insurance company managers, employees, agents, and brokers for financial gain.
REAL ESTATE: Any form of deceit, trickery, breach of confidence or misrepresentation by which one party attempts to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage over another.
Try a couple of definition of Consumer Fraud at this website
Definitions of Scam on the Web:
A confidence trick, confidence game, or con for short (also known as a scam) is an attempt to intentionally mislead a person or persons (known as the mark) usually with the goal of financial or other gain. The confidence trickster, con man, scam artist or con artist often works with an accomplice called the shill, who tries to encourage the mark by pretending to believe the trickster. …
victimize: deprive of by deceit; “He swindled me out of my inheritance”; “She defrauded the customers who trusted her”; “the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change”
fraud (frôd) n.
There are 4 definitions of fraud that apply to the situations we describe:
1. A deception practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain.
2. any act, expression, omission, or concealment that deceives another to his or her disadvantage; specifically, it is:
o a misrepresentation, omission or concealment of some fact material to a transaction; and
o it is made with knowledge (or the reasonable expectation that the perpetrator should know) that it is false or is made in reckless disregard of its truth or falsity and
o with the intent to deceive another and
o that is reasonably relied on by the other who is injured thereby
3. A piece of trickery; a trick.
4. Lastly; describing the person who commits the act:
a. One that defrauds; a cheat.
b. One who assumes a false pose; an impostor.