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5 Questions that need answering by the Ron Paul Campaign

1. What do we hope to change on the platform in Tampa?

2. Do we have a plurality of delegates in 5 states to nominate Ron Paul on the floor?

3. Will Ron Paul accept that nomination from his own delegates if so?

4. Are we still looking for the nomination for President of the United States at the RNC?

5. Are we making deals in Massachusetts, Louisiana, and other states to seat some but not ALL of the duly elected delegates, in turn losing plurality in those states?

We need these answers, because we're the ones supporting the liberty movement. I'm tired of hearing media bits and personal calls/dealings with the campaign speaking about not seeking the nomination. I don't care who answers it, John Tate, Doug Wead, Jesse Benton... in a blog, video, meeting, it doesn't matter how.

It would be great if these questions were answered by Ron Paul himself but I don't see that happening.

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I am...and I don't

have any answers to these Questions.

I appreciate your sentiments and couldn't agree more that Ron Paul is one of the smartest men of our lifetimes and this is his race to run as he see's fit all the way to the end.

Tell that to

erichoffer!
Sadly, he says that WE are absurd and delusional in our hope!

" In Thee O Lord do I put my trust " ~ Psalm 31:1~