The sad thing is that a bunch of posters here actually think this might be true.
LOL. Some Paulbots are smoking too much reefer.
This is the most insane piece I have read from the Paulites in a while. A Warren Harding Strategy? Pure lunacy.
whachoo talkin bout willis
In MO congressional conventions this past weekend Ron Paul earned only 4 of 24 delegates. This is when according to the Ron Paul people, they were going to (depending on who you listen to) have either more than 50 % of the delegates or 85% of the delegates. They then blamed the results on low Paulbot turnout. — Yeah the most dedicated grassroots supporters of any candidate — WHO WERE HAND PICKED TO BE THERE! — somehow didn’t show up. Instead we are to believe that the Ron Paul faction loaded their slates with Ron Paul delegates (who didn’t show up) and Romney/Santorum alternates (who did).
More likely the Ron Paul people are now subject to believe their own propaganda and BS. BS that is designed to a) discourage the opposition, b) encourage the Paulbots, and c) keep the money flowing to Ron Paul for his retirement fund.
2) If MSNBC and CNBC really ran with this story, they are dumber then a box of rocks! That may explain a lot of their hiring choices...
I have a bridge for sell... Not going to happen
OK by me.
Romney needs only 320 more more delegates to cross the 1,144 vote threshold to secure the nomination.
If the Ron Paul campaign had actually wanted to pursue this strategy, they should not have spent perhaps millions of dollars on attack ads against Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, on whom Paul would have had to depend, in order to help him keep Romney from getting his 1144 delegates.
IOW... Doh! Duh!
Ron Paul would make an excellent president if there were no such thing as other countries...
Ron Paul will never be President. If he can force an open convention, then more power to him, but I don’t see it happening - it’s been obvious since the Virginia ballot debacle that the fix was in.
Well I hope something happens because Romney is now dumping Conservatism as FAST as he can.
If the Texas SREC approves a rule change allowing for a state-wide winner-take-all primary provided the candidate gets a majority of the state-wide vote, Romney could pick up a large portion of the delegates he needs at the end of May. I really don’t think Republican primary voters in Texas will vote to make the nomination drag out till the convention even if Romney isn’t the first choice of most of the Republican voters in Texas. I think that with a late national convention, it would be suicidal to drag out the nomination process till the convention.
Agree. . .