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Politico: Libertarians hit RNC roadblock

..."The move represents at least a small setback to Rand Paul’s 2016 hopes, potentially making it more difficult for him or another candidate with strong grassroots support to pick up delegates. Had the rules been in effect last year — they were adopted after Mitt Romney secured the nomination — the former Massachusetts governor would likely have wrapped up the nomination much earlier and avoided the drawn-out warfare that weakened him heading into the general election against Barack Obama."

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Rinsed Pen!s says:

"We’ll either succeed together or we’ll lose together. I don’t know about you, but I’m for winning together.”

funny, he's sure good at picking losing candidates.

The dying gop!! Now for a new

The dying gop!! Now for a new political coalition of cp/lp/rpr/rpd/rpi,indy and others to form a new Party, Liberty Party.

The libertarian brand name is not good(tarnished by the corrupt gop/dnc)
so we need a New Party Coalition made up of lp/cp/rpr/rpd/rpi/indy etc etc.

This new coalition would make the gop a 3rd party in many states.

Ron Paul 2016

Looks like the Republican establishment is opting

to continue the parties losing streak. So be it.

they are old and dying out

next year, next month, tomorrow there will be less of them in power, keep pushing.

They have State Conventions every year

Still many yet to Come this year, become precinct committee men and women and vote them out, and change the leadership.

It wasn't the "drawn out warfare that weakened him"

He was exhausted trying to run away from his political record.


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