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Video: Why MSM's now admitting RP is actually winning Delegates is all about: It's 'Safe' Now

In their minds, now that they feel they've officially killed all the momentum we had.

But, did they? Dan, dan, dun.

LOL

Oh, but come Tampa, they got another thing comin' .D

Now, there's ZERO doubt that heading into Iowa, Dr. Paul was CLEARLY leading. Thus the timely smears, just like in Jan. 2008, and a protracted one at that this time around. Yet, our support base NEVER decreased, unlike those of the RINOs/neoCons/Fair Weather 'Conservatives'/Sunshine AstroTurf 'Patriots.'

So now that all the 8 other RINOS have all but split the vote enough, in their minds, to dilute support for the Doc among mainline GOP members, they feel it's irrelevant that our wins have to be inevitably reported and made known to the public.

Predictably Crafty Bastards. But, like Natural Law, they can't scheme away reality, forever.

For most of us here, we ALL know why they ran so many 'NOT-Romneys': strictly to dilute ANY potential for Dr. Paul's support amongst mainline GOP from gaining root.

Were they successful?

Um, NO.

History and the Truth have a funny way of refusing to fade away. Like a floating inflatable ball on water, the more one tries to drown it, more forcibly it wants to emerge to the surface.

The time is such that we're reaching a crescendo. We all know that we're at a precipice in human history. It's all about to entropy.

It's too late for the Ruling Class to continue to successfully suppress the inevitable.

Too many of us have already taken the Red Pill.

Aside from Aaron Dykes' contention that it's 'unlikely while not impossible,' not gonna hold it against our man. As, we're gonna make sure we're gonna be a force to be reckoned with, in Tampa, and beyond.

It's inevitable. They have no choice in the matter, anymore.

Got Warren G. Harding, anyone?

Ron Paul Winning: MSM Decides it's Safe to Announce Delegate Wins

Published on Apr 24, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel

Ron Paul Won Iowa and Minnesota, In Fact

Jordan Wolf
Policy Mic
April 24, 2012

Now three people have won Iowa during this primary season. Last night, Ron Paul's delegate finagling strategy paid off as he guaranteed himself at least half of the delegates in Iowa and Minnesota.

Remember, back in January, Mitt Romney was declared the winner of the Iowa caucuses by eight votes. This official declaration was made by the state Republican Party chairman, Matt Strawn, despite ongoing discrepancies in the way that county commissioners and the state commissioners were reporting vote totals. Rachel Maddow has some of the footage of the news stations that night re-learning how to cover the complicated Iowa voting system (the video seems to be going viral, btw, as at 9 a.m. the video only had 300+ views, but as of 10 a.m. was pushing 9,000).

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sooo close

you are right about everything but their intentions.

they are laying the ground work for stage two, discredit Paul's delegate strategy. In order to do that, they need to start reporting some truth.

yup, that's

a given.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

This is why they're relaxing

Caucus states. Are they all there?

Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, Nevada, Nebraska, Washington, Maine, Wyoming, Texas, Utah***.

Texas has both a primary and a caucus, giving democratic voters the opportunity to legally vote twice. 2/3 of the delegates in Texas are determined by primary results and 1/3 of the delegates in Texas are determined by the caucus results.

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Texas definitly ought to be interesting!

"Texas has both a primary and a caucus, giving democratic voters the opportunity to legally vote twice. 2/3 of the delegates in Texas are determined by primary results and 1/3 of the delegates in Texas are determined by the caucus results."

Thanks for the delegate breakdown.

Of course, IF the MSM report anything on the Doc in TX, it'll be the meme of 'see, he couldn't even win TX' blah blah.

Well, since it's unlikely the Doc's gonna go 3rd party, and the delegate strategy is beginning to bear fruit slowly but surely, though, I'm not fully aware of what will ultimately happen with the delegate process in the solely primary states, but the RP2012 official campaign's stealth & overt delegate strategy seems to be only game in town; we'll just have to see what happens once we're beyond the state conventions in respective states, then Tampa.

Sometimes, I so wish that the Doc can be a bit more bombastic. Of course, it wouldn't be the Doc, if he were. But I do wish that the campaign will publicly throw the gauntlet down and challenge Romney to a 1-on-1 debate on the Constitution, History, and Economics.

If he had 2hr open debate, he'll wipe the floor clean with Mutt Wrongney, and seal the deal once and for all. Just one debate is all we need.

I am a bit frustrated that they don't 'seem' to be more openly attacking Romney. And don't know how much they're really gonna put into CA & TX, but Benton did say that they're "hoarding cash" for those two.

God, that kid.... Well, hopefully Doug Wead takes over as the head of the campaign sometime soon, if not, at the least heading into general election cycle.

Regardless, the wait and holding pattern is killin' me.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

I think Texas is a proportional state as well?

If so we have a chance of walking away with half of the delegates there which, if Gangrene is still in, may just put us in first place there. They're already saying that the Ginormous head would do well in Texas so maybe they have a plan in place to have him out do Dr.Paul.

If it's done by computer that should be an easy fix for them. One way to nullify that is to have RP delegates taking shadow positions so even if the votes/delegate positions are stolen, that's more that Rompulater won't get first round and which we'll get second round.

Now if we can get Texas RP supporters to actually do that.

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we should email the campaign

and ask them to challenge the mittstery box.

it's kinda sad, but

at least on an individual level, all contact with the official campaign is a bit of a touch and go.

Frustrating part is, unless anyone here is sitting in on meetings between the inner leadership circle within the campaign, we have no clue what the endgame strategy is, other than to simply gauge what we can all publicly observe. And of course, for good reasons, as it'd be silly for ANY campaign to make one's strategy public. That said, if some of us had our druthers, the acronym JB definitely should be utilized else where, but seems we're too close to Tampa to be doing anything that drastic for the campaign. Then there's the whole in-law thing.

And of course, none of this diminishes my personal support for the Doc. Thus the understandable, but nevertheless, finger-gnawing frustrations with all the wait.

A concerted effort would be a different. Though, unless it's specific and goal oriented, it'll simply be annoyance to them, the same way we 'annoy' MSM into submission. lol

Well, that's just it. Without knowing exactly what the official campaign is up to, at this point, I'm not sure if it'd actually help, as we can't really demand any specifics precisely due to the nature that core part of the non-public strategy must remain covert, and we may be simply demanding what's already being considered.

And even with all the last couple of weeks worth of minor purging of sentiments on Betnon, Kokesh, et al, don't really like the idea of any significant discord in which I know it'd do nothing to further help Dr. Paul or the R3VOLution, in the aggregate, would be wise at this point.

So thus, the frustration with the understandable waiting game and holding pattern. It simply is what it is, and we'll have to wait and see. If you have other ideas for impressing upon the campaign on specifics, please share. Because I too would like to know.

What is truly frustrating is, I understand the Doc is busy. However, I always hoped, and contacted the campaign about it as well (whether it reached the Doc's ears is another matter), that instead of his weekly Texas Straight Talk, it would be nice to have him use that weekly time to directly address the grassroots on the progress of the campaign each week.

Don't know who it is, but their grassroots direct outreach kinda blows. All they have to do is either have Jack Hunter or Doug, or anyone from the campaign do a REGULAR weekly update. Yes, Jack's doing "The Deal." But the campaign needs to DIRECTLY address, NOT dictate, but simply address us directly on campaign progress, on those things that CAN be made public, without giving our enemies unnecessary ammo.

Perhaps the regularly scheduled DIRECT weekly address part, we can make a specifically concerted effort to guide the campaign to do.

I do know that the campaign itself does do this for those who are directly involved within the delegate process. But, it'd be an added layer of assurance to address the R3VOLution in general more regularly. IMHO.

Then again, in the aggregate, whether they do or not, I suppose, is kinda irrelevant, as we somehow always figure out a different way to stay up to date, anyway. lol. so not sure if it'd really do anything significantly different other than for more of R3VOL 'bonding.' lol

oye veh. Guess what I really mean is, while it's frustrating, I 'get' why they're doing or not doing something, and don't wane my support one iota, thus knowing at least that much, but still the reality of it all is simple waiting game and holding pattern till Tampa, unless one is a delegate or directly involved in the delegate process. So thus the understandable angst-no-angst. lol

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul