Granger, has this problem where she lies pathologically. Just look at how many times she trots out the claim that Ron Paul told us to all join committees and become delegates. Then look at what Ron Paul actually said,
"People ask, 'What should I do?'"
"Do whatever you want. Do what you think is important. Everybody is an individual.
The most important thing is the responsibility of yourself and to study and read, and understand it, and how to explain it and convert people. Then, make a decision. Being a participant in Campaign for Liberty is pretty important, and keeping that going, and getting more groups, and more organizations..."
"Our efforts, should, in order to win, what we have to do is continue campaigning for liberty and get more people to agree with us."
Also, check out this part of his speech from UCLA to 10,000 supporters where he says the same exact thing.
Or, check out this speech from 5 years ago where his message is that the most important thing for people to do is to educate themselves about libertarianism and Austrian economics, and to spread the message to others. This is the same message he has been giving for as long as I've been following him. Granger, for whatever reason, needs to believe that she is doing what Ron Paul wants all of us to do, and anyone who isn't doing the same thing as her is not doing what he wants.
For a guy who supposedly wants all of us to join GOP committees, like Granger, you have to wonder why he never mentions it any of the speeches he gives. Not only does he not mention it, he goes out of his way to say that education of yourself and then others about libertarianism is the most important thing you should do, and that you should do what you want as far as politics is concerned.
Granger is a liar, rude, and disrespectful. She thinks that her way is the only way. The sad thing is I have no problem with people joining a committee and becoming a delegate, but she takes it to this despicable level with her constant nonsense, and it makes people question that strategy simply because they don't want to be associated with people like her.