Darin Scott wrote this on his blog:
According to Article II of the U.S. Constitution AND the 12th Amendment – 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 (and Republicans still have the majority – 233 (R) to 195 (D) – in the House of Representatives)!!!
If just 18 RED States agreed to NOT cast their votes in the electoral college – then it goes to the House. And 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 18 (of 24) 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, therefore, the electoral college becomes null and void. The matter then goes to the House.
But he updated it with this:
*UPDATE* 11-17-12: The original intent of this post was to present a plan, from a fellow patriot, that seemed to be bullet proof. After consulting legal professionals and others, I have am not certain this plan will work. One of the contentions is that the 2/3rds "quorum" requirement does not apply to the Electoral College; after much deliberation, I believe this is the case, and therefore the strategy as posted below is not as bullet proof as suspected. The good news is, there are obviously a lot of concerned people in this country, like yourself, who want to take action. This post has received 20,000 views in less than 24 hours! Please keep the momentum going.
Congratulations to him to get to 20,000 views for his post. It is quite an accomplishment. His post was forwarded to me by a reader of this blog.