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Reports of Ron Paul's Demise greatly Exaggerated !

Can anyone say BOO YAH!


We are Winning... This Convention is going to go down in history as the biggest upset ever.

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You quote sites like this or

You quote sites like this or policymic as if these articles are written by anyone with ANY extra knowledge of the situation than anyone here.

It is not going to happen. Ron Paul knows this. He does not WANT it to happen the way you think it will happen, and will not even ACCEPT the nomination if it iws done that way.


THAT's what I'M talkin' 'bout!!!

For once media is right - Paul has long been done

and just wants to influence Romney.


The Critical Point of the Article

“The RNC does not recognize a state’s binding of national delegates, but considers each delegate a free agent who can vote for whoever they choose, and the national convention allows delegates to vote for the individual of their choice, regardless of whether the person’s name is officially placed into nomination or not.”

Legally, which would take precedent over the other, the RNC’s rules or state laws that bind delegates to vote for certain candidates on the first ballot of the convention?

As IVN’s Kymberly Bays recently reported, this exact question has already been resolved at the US Supreme Court level: the national party’s rules take precedence over state laws because as a private organization and free association of individuals, a political party has the constitutional right to set its own rules and state laws interfering with that private process violate a political party’s First Amendment rights.

The Supreme Court case was not cited, but if it is accurately summarized above, then toss out any state binding. Importantly, the law will be on the side of any delegate who does so.

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Yahoo Poll

of the 210,000 people who voted if people support his policies and in need of serious change 66% voted yes, 33% say hes too extreme. May 16, 7:40pm EST. Keep in mind Yahoo is apart of the MSM.

Yep, I saw that, voted w/66% a couple of hours ago.

Too bad there's not a way to comment "And Ron Paul will be leading the change as President".
Thanks for posting this on the DP helping others in a much needed "pick me up".

let the fliggin trolls

chew on this for awhile

LOve the R3volution

Great article! I guess it is too much good news for the Eeyores!

Lots of people are down voting the good articles.

your right

And it might be people who aren't in our mission's or Ron Paul's interest, there's been some weird accounts on here

weird accounts

I found one who was 2 hours old and posted 10 negative posts. I posted Pro Paul on Red state and I was sent packing.

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Todays brainwashing: GMO's are safe


that's a good sign, it means were winning

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