Er, don't you remember the RP supporters who rules-lawyered delegates to the RNC only to have the rules retroactively changed? That meant that the administrators of that primary were already in the bag for Romney.
Don't you remember the rules-changes proposed, and enacted [the teleprompter incident], that served one purpose alone: to cememnt their voting for Romney.
Don't you remember the refusal to seat one of the delegations?
You are a Libertarian (Libertine) and NOT a real conservative.
Libertine and libertarian are two different things.
“Libertine and libertarian are two different things.”
NO, they are the same thing. Libertarians are “libertine” in their views on morality. Therefore, libertarians are libertines. It is another form of anarchy.
I do not agree with Ron Paul, but if he played by the rules his delegates should be respected. They were not because after over a decade of warning about the dangers of the Fed Reserve and bankers in general, Ron Paul finally is making inroads in the GOP. If you are a banker would you allow that? No way. IMHO phone calls were made from Wall Street and proponent of the Fed Reserve to GOP and the Ron Paul foothold in the GOP is to be destroyed. Problem is GOP chose to side with these bankers who help implode our economy with liar loan mortgage notes sold to unsuspecting investors as AAA investments. Fed Reserve who used the bailouts to cover bad bank speculations and refuse to be audited or have Congressional oversight. Trillions of dollars in the hands of private bankers (that is what the Fed Reserve is, it is not gov) of whom psychologists have profiled and determined 20 percent of them exhibit sociopath behavior. Can we say fraud and abuse? The GOP died for them??? Ron Paul supporters are justified in their anger. They stayed home and the GOP was on their own. Gov Palin whom many sophisticates hate was right, she advised Rommney after he won the nomination to respect and reach out to the Ron Paul supporters. Guess his advisers who are beholden to Wall Street advised him otherwise.