1) Rule 38 was an attempt to prevent state GOP and state legislatures from mandating winner take all delegate primaries.
2) Federal law that you quote has no bearing on the binding of delegates. Were you hindered or intimated to vote for Romney during the primary or caucus vote? If not, that is the end of that. It has no bearing on the interal mechanisms of the party after the vote. And honestly, if you are going to make that type of claim what about the states like NV MA etc where voters cast significantly more votes for Mittens than RP yet the delegate outcome was opposite? Are you going to support efforts by those voters to say they have been disenfranchised? You can't have it both ways as much as you would like to.
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