Skip to comments.Our Odds of Beating Obama Are Better By Dumping Mitt in a Brokered Convention
Posted on 08/02/2012 7:46:37 PM PDT by rightjb
147 Degrees West (@147DW) has done a wonderful job of putting together the success rate of nominees wrought from a brokered convention. The conclusion: Odds of Beating Obama Are Better By Dumping Mitt.
Many automatically assume that Mitt Romney is the presumptive nominee of the Republican party, and that the Tampa convention will end up being nothing more than a Guthy-Renker Romney infomercial.
That will be news to the Lawyers for Ron Paul who have filed a little covered Federal, civil rights lawsuit, against the GOP and many state GOP parties for election fraud on behalf of the Romney campaign. And yes; although it's no where near the extent of fraud conducted by the Obama campaign in 2008 (or even this year), it has occurred blatantly. In many states including Maine, Missouri, Massachusetts, Oklahoma (and even Puerto Rico) votes went unrecorded or delegates were excluded from caucuses.
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I do not want Ron Paul to pick the nominee, or be the Nominee, no chance!
And, it won’t happen, you are dreaming!
My money is on Romney dropping his campaign before he shows his 2007, 2008 and 2009 income tax returns.
He may have suffered massive losses in the derivatives market collapse, and simply carried them forward and back as far as the law allowed ~ thereby giving himself some serious money in refunds from the federales (although he did suffer some losses).
This would be similar to the trick GE used to avoid paying any income taxes at all during that same period ~ not that they didn't do anything illegal, but they got some whopping big refunds from "overwithholding" ~ Bwahahahahahahah!!!!
McCain saw NONE of that stuff!
Frankly, I think he's a rich guy who cares more for his money than anything else ~ but we shall see, eh.
You’re full of crap.
Um, no. Not gonna happen. Come back to planet earth.
You said it much better than I did.
I am amazed this level of idiocy is permitted on Free Republic.
You sound like a class-warfare libtard. I take it you’re shilling for 0bama or a Paulite. Not gonna happen.
And replace him with who? We’re stuck with the Mittens so better ride that horse with gusto to the finish line.
Look around some. You’ll find a disturbing amount.
Five years ago I would've agreed. Sadly, not so much these days. This level of idiocy seems to dominate this forum.
Never going to happen.
And it is always the same people who never tell you whom they for, but rather for whom they are against.
Tell us, are you looking for a particular nutcase that published decades of racist whacko newsletters, blames the US for 9/11 and thinks Iranian nukes is just fine?
It isn’t going to happen, and Mitt is going to win. Democrats might have a better chance, if they give us another Carter/Kennedy debacle.
A lot of really great Freepers were kicked off the site simply because they supported a Mormon candidate. I was one of them. I am now back under a new handle. I care too much about America to sit on the sidelines, but I'm not sure that FreeRepublic will ever regain the relevance it once had.
Absolutely we need a brokered convention. Romney is one of the worst forms of RINO democrat in republican clothing that could be foisted on Americans.
It’s a damned shame that the Paulbots have more courage in this regard than many conservatives. In just two days Tea Party conservatives have flexed muscle in Chick-Fil-A and the Texas run-off but still we act like we have to take what is served up. I just don’t get it.
How are you going to get a brokered convention when mittens lready has enough delegates to get the nomination on the first ballot!??
That ship done sailed!
Ridiculous, Romney is it! Grow up!
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