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Ron Paul Wins 32/40 Delegates in Minnesota

Ted in California Wrote: May 21, 2012 10:58 AM
Libretarians and government are like anti-matter and matter. They can not coexist together. When Libretarians get into power they become what they rally against and unless they disolve the position they are in, then they start the metamorphisis of becoming a politician and stop being Libretarians.
Robert128 Wrote: May 22, 2012 12:17 PM
First of all, Ron Paul isn't a Libertarian, he's a Constitutional Republican. That's why he's won 11 terms as a Republican in the House.
Secondly, what Ron Paul wants to do is limit the federal government to what it was SUPPOSED to do based on the constitution. There is a very short list of tasks the Federal Government is *authorized* to perform, and 85% of what they are doing now is unconstitutional.

Our currently federal government has basically BROKEN one of the mechanisms that allowed American Exceptionalism, which is the competition between states that allows the best ideas to rise to the top. The answer is to eliminate all of the unconstitutional Federal agencies like the Department of Education, TSA, DEA, BATFE, etc.

And the dream continues:

Rep. Ron Paul won a majority of delegates in Minnesota's state convention on Saturday where his supporters captured 12 of the 13 delegate slots.

The strong state convention turnout means that the Republican presidential candidate will receive 32 of the 40 Minnesota delegates for the Republican National Convention in Tampa in August, according to the Twin Cities Pioneer Press.

Paul placed second in Minnesota's February 7 primary, with 27 percent support behind Rick Santorum, who won 45 percent.

Although Team Paul has