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How the GOP threw the Election by Disenfranchising Ron Paul Supporters

The Ron Paul Effect: How the GOP Threw the Election by Disenfranchising Ron Paul Supporters

"New analysis reveals that in no less than five states, Romney’s margin of loss to President Obama in the general election was less than the number of votes received by Ron Paul in that state’s primary......

When Ron Paul went to the Republican National Convention in August, he brought with him the youngest delegation in the history of the Republican Party.

How were they welcomed? When they arrived, their signs were confiscated and torn up before their eyes. The Maine delegation was summarily unseated and sent home because they contained too many Paul supporters. At the last minute, the Rules Committee changed the ballot access requirement from five states to eight states to prevent Ron Paul’s name from being entered into nomination. They even prevented his name from being mentioned from the podium!"

http://www.policymic.com/articles/18815/the-ron-paul-effect-...

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They never wanted to win

They just wanted a respectable showing, and that is what Mittens gave them. They DID NOT want the open, honest debate on real issues that Ron Paul could have given this country.

Susie 4 Liberty's picture

And the 'Younger' People were activated

And in meetings that I attended locally, I came to know they were bright, articulate, informed, and determined...and for good cause - and for A good cause. However not ONLY 'young' people... Looking around the room - - - filled with all ages ...race, creed, career. Dr. Paul is correct: "Freedom and Liberty bring us together."

Regardless, we were told, "We want your money and your vote. Otherwise, sit down and shut up. Or better yet - go away."

Susie 4 Liberty