Comment: I don't like this talk.

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I don't like this talk.

Here I am in a few hours about to spend a whole day at my district caucus (in WA State) as a delegate for Ron Paul and then I see this message.

I thought we were doing so well with the delegate count.

If this campaign is ended, I'll go apathetic and apolitical once again (like I did for 34 years) - Sometimes I think I was better off.

I've put in time, effort and money to get this thing going and keep it going and then the campaign tells us THIS???.

I can sure see where this is headed right now and I don't like it.

I thought Dr. Paul was in thiw at least until the last primary (as in 2008). What happened to change things so drastically all of a sudden?

It may be that Obama is such the presumptive winner that it's not really worth fighting anymore.

Or it may be that Ron Paul KNOWS the RNC guaranteed Romney the nomination (if Romney dropped in 2008) and there is no way to overcome that.

Or it may be that the campaign mis-managed its resources and now is in the same financial boat as Gingrich.

Either way it ends poorly for us.

I'll give money on the 15th, but if this kind of talk keeps up then I'm out.

I don't like this message from the campaign and it insults all of us who have worked so hard, and given so much of our money, our time and our effort.

It appears to me that the GOP and RNC will get their way without much more of a fight from us.

This is VERY disheartening.

Go ahead and vote me down, but I'm not the one who started this kind of drop-out, downer message.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul