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Romney Campaign Ousts Ron Paul Delegates in Massachusetts for Not SWEARING to Vote Romney...

Though not a surprise...Still very disturbing. The MASS GOP should be flooded with emails, faxes, and phone calls about this disgusting behavior.



Allocation Committee of the Massachusetts Republican State Committee is responsible for voting to reject the delegates. Here is the Chairman's email:

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Swearing! Some disdain it. Others require it. A few rule by it.

Republican National Committee Inc.

Behavior: Party animal.
Diet: prefers green legal tender; omnivore; opportunistic feeder.
Habitat: United States

Key Executives for Republican National Committee Inc.

  • Mr. Kevin Igoe ~ Deputy Chief of Staff
  • Mr. Michael Leavitt ~ Chief of Staff
  • Mr. Bill Crocker ~ General Counsel
  • Mr. Randall Pullen ~ Treasurer
  • Mr. Sean Cairncross ~ Chief Counsl

Republican National Committee Inc Board Members

  • Reince Priebus ~ Director
  • Frank J. Donatelli ~ Director. GOPAC.

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Just another critical error by Paul's campaign staff.

They should have known that without "popular" support wins along the way, there would be no way the RNC would allow Paul to advance on merely crafty footwork at the caucus level. They can, and will, change the rules along the way. The only path for victory for Paul would have been to WIN some popular contests along the way. He probably did win Iowa's popular caucus, but the campaign didn't see any need to openly question, or challange the RNC there, when it could have made all the diffence in the race. The campaign didn't bring in surrogates to help Dr. Paul force his message into the media mix. Bad mistake. It made Dr. Paul look like a loner out there. They basically handed the victory to the RNC. Paul, and his message, had a chance, but it was so badly mismanaged, it got brushed aside, again. The RNC and the DNC have things just the way they want them, under their control. A once in a lifetime candidate and message, and a very mediocre campaign team.

alan laney

It appears Google removed the doc. nothing in there.



Warning letter of criminal liability to Reince Priebus et al

Today Richard Gilbert published A Warning letter of criminal liability to Reince Priebus, The RNC, & all 50 State Party Chairman. Evidence will be submitted to the Dept of Justice.

(Please paste the link below in your browser)

It appears Google (or the RNC) removed the doc. It is blank.



No the Richard Gilbert warning DOC is still there

November 6th 2012 I voted for Dr.Ron Paul
"We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects." ~ Ron Paul

Ugh....RNC is going to be laughing at this. There are so

many grammatical errors...they will ask how meticulous the firm is...Richard seems to talk well, but he does not represent himself well on paper. He needs an editor.


Let em laugh

it doesn't matter because the case is pretty cut and dried. Gilbert could run around Beverly Hills screaming "It's all a conspiracy by the RNC" naked as a jaybird and it would have no bearing on the case as it was filed.

Does the RNC have to follow the 1971 Voting Rights Act and other laws outlined in the case or not?

STATEMENT OF JURISDICTION This Court has jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1343(a)(3), 2201 and 2202, and 42 U.S.C. § 1971(d).

The Federal Laws are as follows: 11 CFR IOO.2(e): Defining a national convention as a "Federal Election" for the purpose of electing a candidate for federal office. Which states:
"( e) Caucus or Convention. A caucus or convention ofa political party is an election ifthe caucus or convention has the authority to select a nominee for federal office on behalf of that party."
and 42 USC 1971 -Sec. 1971. Voting rights. Which states:

"No person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise,
shall intimidate, threaten, coerce, or attempt to intimidate,
threaten, or coerce any other person for the purpose of
interfering with the right of such person to vote or to vote as he
may choose, or of causing such other person to vote for, or not
to vote for, any candidate for the office of President."

November 6th 2012 I voted for Dr.Ron Paul
"We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects." ~ Ron Paul

Tell the Massachusetts Republican Party I Swear To Vote

for Gary Johnson in November!

my email to the MassGOP

Good Evening,

As a MA resident and registered Republican, I am writing in regards to the recent decision by the MassGOP to stonewall duly elected delegates to the national convention. If the GOP wonders why their numbers are shrinking and the party has almost zero credibility they need look no further than actions like this for the answer. I am in my mid 30's and have been a Republican since I was 18; I served in the army in both Afghanistan and Iraq, protecting our free and open society and this sort of activity makes me sick. Only 11% of voters in MA are registered Republican and I think you will see that number shrink with this decision. I know I am one that is seriously considering changing my registration. It appears that the big tent Ronald Reagan spoke of has become a weird little room filled with gray-haired clones, clinging to some fantasy of what they think America is all about. It is interesting that when one enters this site, one is greeted with a pop-up stating that the MassGOP "needs you" and asks for involvement. Unless of course you support Ron Paul. I find this act to be shameful and hope that the committee will work to validate these delegates.
In Friendship,

Cory Bazinet

The GOP in my state has been

The GOP in my state has been going after us delegates *hardcore* telling us how unethical it would be for us to vote for RP, and that we need to observe the rules and vote for Romney. They have been going after us so aggressively they have convinced most of our state's RP delegates to sign pledges to vote for Romney.

So given that they won't follow their own rules when it is undesirable to do so, what are the chances I will? The portion of the GOP that hates freedom and struggles so hard to oppress it can Vincent Van Gogh Fukk themselves, as far as I am concerned.


"Vincent Van Gogh Fukk themselves" <--- Haha


Please get in touch with the Lawyers for Ron Paul and sign up with to get your experiences documented and become a plaintiff for the Lawyers to strenghten the case. The more we get signed up the better our case will be heard.

Please contact all that have been coerced and intimitated to sign the illegal pledge. Please.

It is up to We the People now to stop this madness.

Ditto Kiddo! I Second PeoplePower's Advice

The Federal Lawsuit has been fast-tracked, and thereis power in numbers. We need all disenfranchised delegates -- especially national delegates -- to sign on as plaintiffs in order to get Ron Paul on the ballot in Tampa and to win the nomination. is the place to join. Spread the word to any other delegates you may know.

My God, man, sign up for the lawsuit and get some protection

That's the very, very best thing you can do is to be a plantiff against these thugs and criminals. Don't stand down for a minute.

Dr. K...did you read that it was Judge David Carter who

nixed the birther suit for the reasons that citizens in California do not have "standing" to sue? At first he was all for it and then blah blah blah...suffice it to say he caved. He's our judge.


Does anyone have any facts/proof

about this or that the decision was based upon pressure from D.C.? Waiting for that info. Please post.

Karenabcde, already put out the info about the author of this OP-ED on both the radio and here. It was that author who has already tried to become a member of LFRP (interesting, isn't it?) I'll P.M. you the article on O.T. if you want.

Orly Taitz (to my way of thinking) is a Patriot. She was a

dentist turned attorney here in California, and when the 'birther" case was not showing up on the SCOTUS docket, she showed up with a suitcase to a speech Justice Roberts was giving at (I believe) the University of Idaho and met him and told him the info on the birther case was being suppressed and personally handed the suitcase of lawsuit documentation on the birther case, to Justice Roberts, who, I was told, said he would be reading every word.

She attended and graduated from law school in California, and most recently was on the ballot as a Republican, running for US Senate. She is a smart cookie although a lot of people do not think she is professional in the sense that she is very outspoken and won't be pushed around, especially on some major news channels, where they interview her and she tells them exactly what she thinks in no uncertaiin terms. Thus it is said she "lacks decorum".

My understanding is she grew up in the Soviet Union and is truly disgusted with what is happening in our country. I was surprised when you thought she was other than what I am writing about.


Karenabcde: can you prove this, that she is truly patriotic?

I'm waiting for it.

I have no idea whether she is patriotic. All I can do is

observe her actions. I know you had a spread on the DP that was here one moment, gone the next....I did see must have heard something from somewhere.......if you know she is other than a patriot, I imagine you have developed that opinion from somewhere.....tell all?


Richard Gilbert is well aware of who Carter is

I made sure he saw the below article as soon as he announced who was assigned to the case.
Because of ethics he cannot talk about it but we can.


November 6th 2012 I voted for Dr.Ron Paul
"We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects." ~ Ron Paul

Well,forgive me if I say things you are already aware of, but

here goes....reference the year 1871 when Congress formed "another United States". If you are not aware of this, it can be found in the congressional record. I have previewed it. This is what I think goes to the heart of the birther/Judge Carter standing decision...

Without getting my facts exactly straight, the point is that in that year, given that the US was financially bankrupt from the civil war, and congress wanted financial assistance from international bankers, another government was formed to govern the District of Columbia. This new government was ALSO NAMED the United States and is under the original US constitution, the constitution FOR the UNTED STATES of America. Then Congress turned around and did an illegal and treasonous act and formed a corporation now called the THE UNITED STATES and the constitution for this entity is the constitution OF the United States, NOT FOR the United States.

So, the Orly Taitz birther lawsuit lost because of the plaintiffs not having standing to sue the United States corporation, whose CEO is Barack Obama. The Congress is the only entity who can challenge the CEO birth certificate issue according to Judge Carter. We citizens are beneficiaries who, even though we are stockholders in the corporation, congress, actng as the Board of Directors has the standing ...citizens don't.(according to the suit)

Anyway, I tried finding whether the RNC is a corporation, or just a committee or whatever, or where the national party is domiciled, and I could not find it partially because I did not spend enough time, but partially because it is somewhat hidden.

Suppose the RNC is a corporation inside the US getting federal taxpayer money to fund elections they are when any taxpayer checks the box on their 1040 to give money to an election.
Is the RNC essentially now part of the government, and who has standing to sue who? Can of worms.


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What state

What state do you live in?


The establishment platform is dead... When are they going to wake up. They're simply trying to save face at this point.

I'm confident everyone knows Mitt has no chance.

I encourage all delegates to stick to your ideals. We are enacting change NOW. Ron Paul, Liberty.

Shame on Romney & the GOP

One step closer to self-destructing the Republican Party.

If they continue to tread on the snake of liberty, they're soon to be bitten by it.

I can't see the American people taking much more of this for any longer.

There will come a time when it's the last straw and they will have unleashed the wrath of the American patriots all over this nation.

Why is Romney working so hard

Why is Romney working so hard to lose our votes and lose the election?

"Quod scripsi scripsi."

You may not even believe it- For two reasons

Reason 1: they are drunk on power
Reason 2; they think we will vote Republican no matter what, as long as the nominee is Republican. They do not GET IT.

Strange but true. As I got older I saw this kind of thing over and over. I know it boggles the mind. But this is why. I ask myself this question many times each day. Harder to fathom every day.


I concur

First thing that popped into my head when I read this post. There is an awful lot of fuss coming from the supposed winner... Drive on I say if for no other reason then to make them squirm like the snakes they are

Why Romney is working so hard:

He cannot get his supporters to do the groundwork to get him the nomination in the right way, as he is disconnected with the voters, so he has to stoop to cheating. We must reiterate our oath to each other that if Romney gets the nomination, we will not vote for him, but we will all write in Ron Paul. I listen to this each day since it was posted in order to lift me up and keep myself committed:

Everyone, please do the same. and reply to this post with your reiteration to vote for noone but Paul.

Actually that may take up too much room on this board, just signify your oath to write in Paul by giving a thumbs up to this post.