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Ron Paul’s Minnesota delegate blowout prompts Romney ‘panic,’ says Paul adviser

Yes, Ol Willard is in a panic as well as the non-existent supporters. The ones that are really upset though, are the vote rigging machines!

"Wead wrote on his blog that GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is an a “panic” after the Paul landslide. Similar efforts to bolster the Texas congressman’s delegate count are underway in Iowa, Colorado, Maine and other states."

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And dont forget

Here in Romneys own back yard Massachusetts we hope to kick his butt here as well

I believe that Romney wants

I believe that Romney wants RP to collect delegates knowing that he'll be "forced" to accept some of his positions that appeal to liberals/independents without looking like a flip flopper. It's part of his "Etch a Sketch" strategy. In my opinion, anyway.


I read that from Mr Weed and the question remained in my mind, he gave no evidence of a Romney Panic. The MSM simply consistantly tells the TV watching public Ron Paul is in a distance last position for the GOP nomination and the public believe it. Why in this world would a shill puppet like Romney ever panic. The only way he can harm himself is by doing anything. If he uses BUsh JR as his example he just shuts up and hides and lets his bankgangster criminals install him elections be dammed. That said no way they would install Romney rather than keep their current puppet, Obama is their perfect puppet.


if he wasn't in a panic, then

if he wasn't in a panic, then why pull the crap they are in Alaska?

Oh, please

You really think Romney doesn't care if he or Obama wins?

Of course the egomaniac wants to win. Of course he realizes it could be very close. Of course he realizes the convention will be a big opportunity to redefine himself. Of course he wants it to go as smoothly and controlled as reasonably possible. Of course he's concerned, if not panicked, that the Ron Paul thing could mess things up for him.

"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


What is the panic about?

The panic, if there is one, is not concern about getting the nomination.

What the want in Tampa is a well orchestrated coronation. They don't want an embarrassing fight.

So what their panicking about is that it looks like Ron Paul and his delegates are going to make noise at the convention, which they believe will weaken Romney as a candidate, and make it harder for him to beat Obama.

"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


For crying out loud

I get voted down for saying this???

Do you people really believe Romney is panicked about possibly not getting the nomination?

Come on folks, let's get realistic and face the facts here, if not about our own views, at least about the views of others.

"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


You make sense and Crackpot Wead does not as usual

Wead is a trained in this art - Romney and GOP are not in panic, especially as they know Wead and co would never leave Romney's side and have Paul form his own party or go with lp.


wtf are you talking about?

wtf are you talking about?

Crackpot Wead?

It's one thing to disagree with a seasoned advisor whose led other Presidential candidates to victory, but it's another to insult staff without providing constructive options.

Upon further inspection within your comments as a recent DP member, I find little which actually contributes to the spirited ethic of winning for the RP Campaign so please take your own advice: leave, form your own political party and let the rest of us work on achieving principled success

Wead a 'seasoned advisor'??

Wead has already said that Paul 'literally takes no advice.' There is no evidence that he gave advice to former presidential candidates, and he doesn't seem to have that experince to give advice.


Ok, I have to ask if you are Tex2 over there?

Because if you are you do not belong there my friend. You fit the bill. I will be in soon to shut you down guy. You have an agenda that is very obvious at Wead's site and I have no clue why you have been allowed to get away with what you have over there already. Talk to you soon budd.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Been to Wead's side once several months ago

and I never went back because he isn't worth it and he doesn't make sense. Also, he wrote an article on how great Roger Ailes of Fox is - so you can tell the level of intellect Wead has when he thinks those who really fun Fox are awesome (in his view).


I am sorry

I do not believe you. Your posting is very obvious to more than just me. We will see my friend. What you just posted is exactly what I have read at Wead's site.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Good to know there are many other

like minded people out there. And, you don't have to believe me. I think it is funky you have such a reaction to another viewpoint.



If Dr. Paul did not see value in having someone on staff, I am sure he would move to correct the situation: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Doug_Wead#Professi...

I don't think Romney hires and fires staff on his campaign

as GOP estab decides all of the staff, not romney/candidates.


What Romney does internally with his own campaign

matters little to the RP Campaign.

Curiously when viewing your comments, you have an odd favor towards another GOP contender
ex. "So you've fallen for Romney"
"Romney is leading because"
"Anti-Romney ads have no more value in this race"

Is there something you would like to tell us about trolling?

If there is one thing I am

If there is one thing I am certain of, its that Romney will not beat Obama. I dont like using absolutes and this is one of the few cases I am comfortable doing so.

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.

How on Earth can you be certain of that?

If the economy takes another dump, which it easily could, Obama would lose to any moron the GOP ran. That's American Presidential Politics 101.

"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


The way I see it, there is not one Obama supporter who will vote

for Romney, there goes half the voting public. Most Ron Paul supporters will likely not vote for him either, there goes another chunk, the size of which I will not venture to guess. There's no way he can win (that is unless Obama has really pissed off the powers that have the ability to rig the elections. I see no evidence of this). Someone said it best on another thread: Voting for Romney?, it's like voting for the guy (Romney) who lost to the guy (McCain) who lost to Obama.
Do the Democrats have a primary or has Obama been selected by some sort of default? If not, and if Obama appears to be in trouble anytime close to the Dem. primary, they will run Hillary, she will have an even easier time beating Romney.

The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
Friedrich Nietzsche

American politics says

that it doesn't matter what the state of the economy is because an establishment candidate will win regardless and only whom establishment wants more. obama will not lose to romney under any circumstance.

you have falsely accepted that the two parties are so different and they compete so vigorously.