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To: stonehouse01

My sense is that the student delegates for each state are doing research to predict how their state will vote at the convention.

They are not advocating on their own, directly.

They are providing a carefully researched view into what they expect will happen - hence the structure of a Mock COnvention.

So — analysis into the students’ motive is ill-placed.


8 posted on 02/11/2012 4:02:30 PM PST by WL-law
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To: WL-law
My sense is that the student delegates for each state are doing research to predict how their state will vote at the convention.

They are not advocating on their own, directly.

They are providing a carefully researched view into what they expect will happen - hence the structure of a Mock COnvention.

So — analysis into the students’ motive is ill-placed.

Ill placed? How naive. The DEMOCRATS want Romney to lose for them. So Democrat operatives - including, yes, college students - are sending out message after message in venue after venue to get people believing Romney is inevitable. That's CALLED "indirect advocacy." It's plug obvious, it's organized, and it's the very purpose of the existence of the RINO faction - to serve the Rats in this manner - by sabotaging the conservatives.

9 posted on 02/11/2012 4:24:05 PM PST by Talisker (He who commands, must obey.)
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To: WL-law

“So - analysis into the students’ motive is ill placed.”

Thanks for the insight as to how the Mock Convention was structured ... makes sense - it’s meant to more or less parallel the projected reality of the actual convention. I didn’t fully realize that.


12 posted on 02/11/2012 5:25:32 PM PST by stonehouse01 (Equal rights for unborn women)
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