Reflections 2014 Election and More

I ran for Congress with the American Labor Party.I have run for office before and always had to deal with one draw back or another. I  had facts distorted by the news media, left out of debates and appearances. Noted favoritism by various groups. Especially the League of Women Voters. Comcast News Makers had no Candidates On Demand.

The American people seem especially susceptible to “bandwagon” propaganda:  They tend to support any idea that the majority favors, because they are reluctant to swim against the current and question the orthodoxy.  The orthodoxy is whatever the television declares more than once.  As a result, fresh polling information can be formed into a series of self-fulfilling pronouncements.

By and large, the news media in America, and I suppose all over the world, are demonstrably biased toward the political left.  One form of bias is the uncritical presentation of polls.  There are trustworthy polling organizations which are very careful to gather and present their findings in a statistically sound manner that leaves little doubt about the polls’ accuracy.  Gallup and Rasmussen come to mind immediately, although there must be others.  Unfortunately, the news media seem to present polling results from almost anybody, and in some cases the polls are thinly-disguised propaganda.

That wouldn’t be a problem, except that millions of poorly-educated Americans tend to watch television without questioning anything the television says.  If the television talking head says something, it must be true — at least until tomorrow when the “facts” may be controverted.  This is due in part to the use of television in classrooms, where every idea the TV screen emits is to be taken as factual instruction.

While every single poll on the planet predicts Democrats will enjoy a turnout advantage of three to eleven points, the latest Rasmussen survey of party affiliation taken throughout October shows that Republicans enjoy a huge 5.8% Party ID advantage going into the 2012 election.

Polls and Election ads where slanted , as always in favor of Democrats or Republicans, Frank LoBiondo enjoyed total endorsement and was slanted into office while handing me an anchor. The League of Women Voters lied when they said they tried to reach me several times and there was no response. This was a blunt lie. I called and asked why they said in the media that they said they tried to contact me when they did not. I am easy to find and they found me before.

1. My Address was on the State Ballot website.

2. The Cumberland County Election office has my correct address

3.  I am the ONLY Rozzo in the  White Pages.

4. I could find myself online in less the 13 seconds online

The women I spoke to on the phone declared adamantly that it was not there job to find candidates.

Many organizations such as LWV and  NAACP do not endorse candidate but cheat by inadvertently getting a message out who to vote for their candidate.

As private interests have come to wield more influence over public policy, with ever larger sums of money shaping elections and the policymaking process, our political system has become less responsive to those looking for a fair shot to improve their lives and move upward. Recent developments have aggravated this long emerging trend. In particular, the Citizens United ruling and the rise of Super PACs have expanded the ability of wealthy individuals and corporations to shape election outcomes and set the policy agenda in Washington and state capitals across the country.

f there is one idea that nearly all Americans can agree on, it is that everyone should have a chance to improve themselves and do better in life. At the same time, Americans strongly believe in political equality—the view that civic life should be a level playing field and everyone should have a voice in the decisions that affect their lives.

No one found out that Frank LoBiondo

Cycle 2014
Total Raised $2,018,958.74
Total Spent $1,691,231.91
Cash On Hand $1,018,417.23
Debt $49,516.40

Data provided by OpenSecrets.org

When he was elected he mad $133,000 now he makes $175,000. 75% funded by PACS and 3/4 by the Military Industrial Complex.

Telephone: 609-408-2219

Mail: League of Women Voters of Cape May County
PO Box 802
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
President Mary Conley     Republican
Vice President Corinne Robinson  Republican
Membership Marilyn Petitto Republican
Candidate’s Forum Coordinator Corinne Robinson

They must have freaked out Reading my blog and seeing the Videos on my website. I had my website has 250105 hits, my votes where only 476.

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