I understand your point about the potential for nefarious activity but in this day an age, a huge party like this is a kind of battle. Showing massive support while the media and the people of this nation are paying attention can be useful. If tens of thousands of people come in from across the country for a candidate that the MSM told everyone was unelectable, it is pretty hard to dismiss. Even if the party is broken up under false claims of "rioting" it will only serve to damage the GOP and the establishment. Oh sure, the liberty movement might have a black eye, but at the very least, people would pay attention. They may even wonder, "how did a supposed candidate that stopped spending campaign money continue to amass supporters? Where is Mitt Romney's party? Shouldn't he be the one with cheering crowds?" I would say one thing though. If I was a delegate, I sure as hell would NOT be partying - just in case.
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