Skip to comments.A Glimpse Inside the Ron Paul Caucus to Convention Effort
Posted on 03/09/2012 4:31:50 PM PST by Catholic Iowan
The organizers also state their desire to take control of the local Republican organization and the Republican State Central Committee (RSCC). When speaking about the RSCC, the organizer stated that they wanted a majority on the committee so that they could dictate how the party spends its money, emphasizing that money should only go to candidates that adhere to the platform.
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At this point Paul is just staying in to play the spoiler.
Ron Paul has gone beyond delusion to pure insanity, unfortunately I think his supporters are the same.
Constitutional lovers my behind.
There should be no Caucuses. Each and every state should be a winner take all closed primary, only allowing party members to vote.
i.e. we should have saved all our time and money and annointed Romney our candidate.
The GOP changed the rules at the last minute in order to annoint Romney. Now that Ron Paul is playing by the rules (that he did not choose) and making headway, you’re complaining? Talk about a crock.
What does this have to do with the constitution? We’re talking about the nominee selection process in a political party, not a government election. The rules were laid out by the Romney-loving GOP establishment, not by Ron Paul’s team.
You must have me confused with someone else, as I’m no Romney fan. I won’t vote for him, and if the Paul supporters think this undermining of the will of the voters is ok, then there’s no way in heck I’d vote for him, either.
It looks like the Paul people made this video private. Did you save a copy?
Ron Paul has done well??? That’s news to me. Tell me, billybudd, what states Paul has won?
BTW - at least in my county, the Paul supporters failed miserably in their attempt to hijack the convention, which leads me to believe his support isn’t nearly as big as his supporters believe. A very vocal minority. A mile wide and an inch deep.
Haha, we’re going around in circles now... If Ron Paul “failed miserably” at trying to “hijack” the convention (by following the GOP rules), then what are you worried about? How can he “undermine the will of the voters” if he’s failing so badly?
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