They just don’t want these kids saying stupid stuff to the media. After all, that’s the candidates job.
“They just dont want these kids saying stupid stuff to the media.”
BINGO. RP knows they are not really Republicans but mental asylum escapees.
LOL... so true! Ron Paul doesn't need young kids to say stuff; they might actually make more sense than the candidate in defending the Paulista campaign.
In fairness to Ron Paul, however, this isn't that unusual. I routinely deal with paid staff members of elected officials or candidates who are not authorized to speak on the record to reporters. In small towns where most people in public life know each other, that turns into, “OK, Darrell, here's the answer to your question and here's the phone number of the person in Washington (or the district office) who can tell you that officially.” An out-of-town reporter who isn't known to honor off-the-record commitments would get a “Sorry, I can't talk to you, here's the number of the media coordinator” and the same would be expected from a new staffer who doesn't know the local media.