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Dear Mr. Wead...

PLEASE ask Dr. Paul to address one question/request...

Please ask him to state unequivically that he actually WANTS to WIN the nomination! This would provide a morale boost for his supporters as well as a stronger voice to be heard at the convention. His approach to the subject is too wishy-washy and without conviction. We all know he wants the message to be heard, but HE NEEDS TO BE HEARD! We want him nominated, but HE has to WANT the nomination also.

Thank you sir.

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I literally cannot believe the level of personal insecurity that I read from some people on this site.

Get a grip!

This thread is a waste of valuable time.

Ron Paul has already stated that he wants all delegates to show up in Tampa. It is up to each and every one of us to make sure that Ron Paul is well represented:


"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Ron Paul said so

Even Ron Paul said something to the effect that the national convention is funded by the taxpayers and therefore every delegate has a right to speak his or her mind, and that a convention is supposed to include disagreements and bickerings. In connection with this, Ron Paul should encourage delegates to nominate him, vigorously champion his (Ron Paul's) positions on all issues, and accept the nomination if needed. A morale booster from Ron Paul would set things in motion for his last hurrah.


Forget what Paul wants, paul's staff/wead want romney nominated.

and that is hardcore truth. you've been giving donations to the romney staff via paul.

wead has always supported romney-establishment by working on paul's camapign and speaking lie after lie.
for ex, wead would lie and tell people that it is paul that refuses debate coaches and feedback. when truth is that wead and his cronies like tate/benton/olson will not allow paul to receive any help, other than giving him lines to help romney in debates and speak on his behalf during interviews.


Who cares what you think the truth is.

You're just pretending to know something that you can't know.

Free includes debt-free!

you only want to be told what to do and think

by crony dnc/gop estab staff. anything beyond that you are fearful of - that is infact not freedom, meaning you are really after tyrannical rule but don't have the courage to say so.

you know the truth as i do and many others do, but don't have the courage and enough ethics, so it is easier to go along with the flow and not really fight it or stand apart.


He's not going to say that

This is politics, and there are gonna be some things he just won't say. If he says he wants the nomination, perhaps it may put some folks' mind at ease, but it will also guarantee the Romney camp and the RNC will shut him out.

The way it stands now, they still would rather not even have him in the building because he's not gonna endorse mitt, and they are going to fight the delegates every step of the way in trying to get him on the ballot.

Similar to why nobody right now is saying they want to be the VP. By saying they want it, they are showing their hand. It hurts them politically in the event they don't get chosen.

Note that RP has said that he would 'absolutely' give 'his' speech if given the opportunity. I believe this is the answer you are really looking for.

Entertaining that question is..

an insult to Dr. Paul.


I try to change people every day. Do You?

I had a professor

who was teaching a class called war and society. He was telling us a story about when he was in Korea, his group of men were asked to volunteer for a mission that had a huge suicide risk. He then went on to say that you never wanted to send the guy who asked to go on the mission because he usually had a deal with death mindset. I am taking from that lesson and applying it to Dr. Paul's reason for no saying he wants the nomination. No one should WANT that kind of power and when I hear people like Mittens say he wants to be the POTUS then I hear a man who wants power not a man who wants to serve the people. I want Dr. Paul to simply accept the nomination if it is asked of him and do so in a humble fashion.

"Patriotism is more closely linked to dissent than it is to conformity and a blind desire for safety and security." - Dr. Ron Paul

That's all I want to know...

is that he'll accept the nomination if he wins. You make a valid point - taken.