I think his point is just that making a big, disruptive scene at the convention will not help us accomplish what we're trying to accomplish. It will just piss people off. I understand a lot of US are pissed off at the way Dr. Paul and our movement have been treated.
But we have to get passed our anger and frustration and do what is best for the movement. And the bottom line is that being on good terms within the Republican party is one (not the only) strategy that might pay off a lot for our cause. Maybe it wont work, but it's one of the irons we need to keep in the fire. Going to the convention and burning all our bridges (even if we are justified in our urge to do so) simply wont be productive. Ron knows this and is, I think, rightfully concerned that we'll waste a valuable opportunity to extend our influence.
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