Comment: If he's says it's not likely,

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If he's says it's not likely,

If he's says it's not likely, then we are doing something wrong. We need to be preparing for every possible scenario, and I'm sure he's warning us something glaring needs to be addressed. Unfortunately I'm not savvy enough about the process to discern what it is.

I know it's difficult and grassroots has to sort of only focus on a few states at a time, but now that we know are chances, at least mathematically, might be going up we need to be learning about what will happen with Tampa. Articles about similar movements that have happened in the past, and other controversial/useful info at previous Republican conventions (Or similar situations in the GE or DP) should be looked into and ALL delegates, at every level, need to be experts on the ENTIRE DELEGATE PROCESS, from CAUCUSES TO TAMPA and EVERY SINGLE TRICK THEY CAN PULL ALONG THE WAY. One misstep can send ripples all the way to the convention.

TO REPEAT MYSELF, EVEN IF YOU ARE JUST A DELEGATE AT THE BOTTOM OR ANYWHERE, BE AWARE OF THE ENTIRE PROCESS. USE HISTORY. USE THE INTERNET. USE RULEBOOKS. MULTIPLE SOURCES.

ahem.

FOR LIBERTY!