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history.

o Adlai Stevenson received the Democratic Party nomination in 1952 and 1956, yet ran in no primaries. He was chosen by the delegates who voted at the Democratic National Convention.

o Hubert Humphrey receive the Democratic Party nomination in 1968, yet ran in no primaries. He was chosen by the delegates who voted at the Democratic National Convention.

o Abraham Lincoln arrived at the Republican National Convention with a tiny number of delegates, yet won the nomination. He was chosen by the delegates who voted at the Republican National Convention.

o Warren Harding arrived at the Republican National Convention with a tiny number of delegates, yet won the nomination. He was chosen by the delegates who voted at the Republican National Convention.

Clearly Mitt Romney bought his "place at the table" for the Republican nomination with money from the big banks. Yet, now Wall Street financial expert Max Keiser said the big banks "are dead" and many other financial experts back Keiser's assessment. Bank runs and bank holidays are already occurring all over the European Union and are likely to happen here before the Republican National Convention. Lawsuits and criminal charges are likely to be filed against Romney, the RNC and most state Republican Parties by August. Fines, damages and legal fees could run well the hundreds of millions. This could bankrupt Romney (depending on his cash flow) and would bankrupt the RNC and the state parties. Moreover, Romney could be indicted, either for fraud or conspiracy under RICO. A RICO indictment freezes Romney's assets as well as those of the co-conspirators. WHO is going to "bail them out," the aforementioned big banks? Facing bankruptcy or, even, possible jail time, Republican leaders would be scrambling to find an "acceptable" replacement for Romney. "Lawyers for Ron Paul," who are not donating their services are not looking to bankrupt the GOP. Neither are the delegates and alternates involved in the lawsuit. Clearly an "out of court" settlement could be reached IF Ron Paul receives the Republican nomination for President; and, it is all perfectly legal.