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Persistence: Ron Paul has Master Plan to Hijack GOP Convention

NickJohnson Wrote: May 07, 2012 9:40 AM
"We The People" are showing up at Ron Paul's rallies. "Few The People" are showing up at Obama's and Romney's. The amount of GOP establishment fraud and underhanded politics is sickening. This isn't conspiracy either. This stuff is being caught on tape. Iowa had three winners. Maine wouldn't even count all their votes (too many Paul supporters). Nevada and MO were a mess. Ron Paul supporters work hard to follow the rules without changing the rules in the middle of the game. Rasmussen has reported various times that Ron Paul wins the popularity contest against Obama. That sounds like the *true* "We The People". It's time to get your news from more places than the MSM.

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...