HELP! When asked at my county caucus who I support (as a delegate)...Submitted by pawnstorm12 on Tue, 03/27/2012 - 09:45
...Should I just say "UNDECIDED?"
I've heard that at some caucuses, MANY "undecideds" have been elected while Paul delegates are not.
I would love to get up there and make a big speech saying why I'm an avid Paul supporter, but then I might lose a lot of votes.
As long as the Paul supporters there KNOW who I am (and vote for me), then would this be a good strategy to try to get more votes?
The OTHER option would be to say (since these establishment-republicans are so gung-ho on militarism), that "I support the ONLY candidate who is a veteran of the U.S. Military."
Any thoughts will be useful.