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Persistence: Ron Paul has Master Plan to Hijack GOP Convention

kenneth436 Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:09 PM
To all you tea party folks and "true conservatives" who bemoaned Jon McCain's nomination in 2008, who are now supporting Romney, out of your sense of unity. Screw you. I'm done. I've eaten crap for the last time. I voted for Bush one, Dole, Bush two and McCain. When they win I'm no better off. When they lose I'm no better off. Write in Ron Paul 2012. I'll be no better off, but I'll feel better.
way2smart4u Wrote: May 05, 2012 8:07 AM
Well folks isn't this big of Ken and those like him? "(They'll) be no better off, but (they'll) feel better."
FEEL better. How sweet.
way2smart4u Wrote: May 05, 2012 8:02 AM
YES, KEN, AND YOU'LL PLAY RIGHT INTO THE HANDS OF THE FAR LEFT. You might as well campaign and vote for THE GREAT PRETENDER. He only needs FOUR MORE YEARS to twist this fair nation with his "FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE" and put firmly in place a RADICAL LEFT SUPREME COURT that will wield power for the next generation or two. GOODBYE U.S.A. as we know and love her. I like Ron Paul, an honorable man with many good ideas, but he didn't win the delegates. We all must call on Ron Paul to CALL OFF HIS SOUR-GRAPES OFFENSIVE. WISE UP, Ken, or you'll find yourself "EATING CRAP", as you say, for a long time to come.
John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:30 PM
I doubt Ken ever voted for a republican. You know the laws on write in candidates? Most votes are not counted
SMyles Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:23 PM
Yep. Let the sheeple baaaabaaa all they want. Fools.
Drifter33 Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:21 PM
Well, it's all about you "feeling" better, eh? Perfect. Very responsible of you.

And you'll have helped re-elect Obama, who will utterly destroy what's left of our country. He'll have four more years of unfettered, unopposed radicalism. He'll rip the Supreme Court to shreds--probably four more extremist liberal activist appointees will be seated on the court--and countless liberal judges to the federal courts. No jobs; no economy; no sort of coherent foreign policy.

The time to affect change in your party's core principles is NOT during the general election--you must do that at the grass roots, well in advance. Unfortunately, we have yet to sway the "leaders" in such a way as to make them pay attention.
moderateGuy Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:21 PM
Like Paul you are a petulant juvenile with no sense of adult responsibility, screeching like Paul, and Obuma, "my way or the highway"
nawlins72 Wrote: May 04, 2012 10:31 PM
"Like Paul you are a petulant juvenile with no sense of adult responsibility, screeching like Paul, and Obuma, "my way or the highway"

But the "compromise" way that we have had for 60+ years has gotten us what? Hmmm?
moderateGuy Wrote: May 04, 2012 11:02 PM
It took the liberal scumbags 100 years of small steps to get us into this nightmare, but you bloody juveniles expect it all to be "fixed" by one man, in what? is two weeks short enough, or would you like it the day after inauguration?
You do know that the president does not actually pass laws that will "fix" things, it must be a joint effort with the Congress; what is needed is a presidential candidate that can maximize the number of good guys elected there, right?
Sometimes I think, "conservatives" like you are a bigger menace than Obamettes, you create more problems then they do.
nawlins72 Wrote: May 04, 2012 11:16 PM
"It took the liberal scumbags 100 years of small steps to get us into this nightmare, but you bloody juveniles expect it all to be "fixed" by one man, in what? is two weeks short enough, or would you like it the day after inauguration?"

Sorry, but your absurd ranting isn't helping your case. First, liberals were not the only ones to get us where we are. Only partisan hacks think it's the other guy who is wrong. Both parties are complicit. And second, I have no belief that Paul will get elected, nor would he be able to do much if some slim chance of winning occured.
c5c5c5 Wrote: May 05, 2012 10:01 AM
Agreed. Compromise has only given us more government with no end in sight.

Romney is not going to decrease the size and scope of government en total. He is a mini-Obama in that sense. Why do I want to vote for that?

The problem is that you conservatives need us Paul supporters and I am not sure we are going to give you what you want. No matter if Obama wins or Romney, we all lose.

Who needs to win primaries? Not Ron Paul, whose campaign still thinks the persistent politician could wrangle enough delegates at state conventions to be a competative force at the national GOP convention in Tampa. 

Paul campaigners think a strong presence at state-level contests could help them influence and win enough remaining delegates to help their candidate perhaps win a brokered nomination at the national convention, should Romney not get enough votes in the first round. It at least could get Paul more attention for his tiny-government platform.

“Our campaign strategy has always been to amass the...