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"It’s hard to get behind someone who’s cheated so hard to win.”

New Yorker Article:

Mitt Romney is not one of the Paulites’ favorite people. Anna Flatt, from Ardmore, Oklahoma, who is technically a Romney delegate, said that she wouldn’t support him. “I would have, had they not cheated. It’s hard to get behind someone who’s cheated so hard to win.” Flatt said that when Paul passed by her delegation he gave her a hug and said something reassuring about winning the war, if not the battle.

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My thoughts exactly

"But we gotta get Obama out!"

If that was true, they should have elected Ron Paul. Statistically, he was the only one who could. Now, even if Romney was somehow, miraculously innocent of the bad blood going on, his reputation is badly tarnished. It's very much like the GOP wanted to tarnish his reputation so badly that there's no way he could win against Obama. Even so, it's far more likely that Romney is NOT innocent, and the power-that-be still want Obama to win.

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine