Comment: My thoughts are: anyone who's

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My thoughts are: anyone who's

My thoughts are: anyone who's been listening to a word Ron Paul said would know that from the beginning his winning the nomination was an EXTREMELY long shot and was always just one part of a long-term fight.

Why is it so hard for some of us to accept that this nomination is out of reach? Don't get me wrong, I'm all for trying to nominate RP for a vote at the convention if we can, but not with the delusional expectation of winning the nod.

But the point of doing that at this point is to make our growing strength continually known. We're a growing, thriving movement; why do so many interpret that statement as admitting defeat?