Comment: Here is what bothers me about this.

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Here is what bothers me about this.

In New York state, there were 34 at-large delegate spots open.

I inquired as to, what is the criteria to be in the pool from where the delegates get selected from. Now, the state committee members elect the delegates.

I never received a direct answer to my questions.

The state party attorney told me, basically, that special people will get elected.

However, my county chair let the cat out of the bag when he stated that the Romney campaign is choosing the delegates. So the campaign chooses the delegates and the state committee does a dog and pony show to "elect" them.

Now with the Paul campaign, what is the difference? What was their formula for choosing the delegates? I believe this is a fair question, don't you?