I am not arguing so there is no end of argument. While yes we have been focusing on delegates which is a valid method to win, we have not set priorities straight in areas where it needs to be.. If everything I am gathering from sources related to Ron Paul's campaign is true then we have failed because right now we have 2 of the 5 required states to even be listed on the ballot. If we fail to get the required 5 then all this delegate work has been a failure to get him on the ballot but a success to spread the message. If we only have 2 and we do not get Louisiana to recognize our slate and we fail to win Iowa at the state convention how do we actually get the true 5 based on the definition of what plurality actually is?
Remember that plurality (and I actually got this by calling the RNC, true they may be FOS but it's their rules) is the majority of delegates that are bound to a candidate in the first round of voting. Also remember that we have to reach plurality before the national convention. Rule 38 or abstaining will mean nothing if we are not even able to be listed on the ballot.
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