Comment: Here's What I Would Do -- We Seem to Have this Wrapped Up

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Here's What I Would Do -- We Seem to Have this Wrapped Up

From John Maige (on "Lawyers for Ron Paul FB page):

"It may be possible to simply draw a line through the phrase 'I certify under the pain and penalty of perjury, that on the first ballot at the 2012 Republican National Convention, I will affirmatively Vote for Mitt Romney, the winner of the 2012 Massachusetts Presidential Primary,' and place your initials next to the crossed out section to certify that you do not agree to that part of the document. Then sign the document and hand deliver to the town clerk before 3pm May 29th. This should definitely quantify a legal solution that is absolutely defendable in court. DO NOT USE WHITE OUT as the statement that you "strike through" should still be visible to be read by a judge.

Delegates should certify themselves either through a custom legally formatted affidavit, or by using the "Strike-through" method for contracts and affidavits on the MASS GOP phony affidavit (easiest method). Any detraction will not be upheld in court based on case history placing the delegates in the advantage. As defined by USC 42 1971-1974 AND 1983 Voting Rights - The delegates must have freedom of choice all the way through the nomination process! The State GOP is held accountable to the Constitution and as it pertains to Civil Rights.

Violations of individual liberty/civil rights can result in Civil proceedings against the offending body. In which case the Ron Paul delegates hold the advantage in all matters of the court regarding their voting rights!