• Monday - NOW

  • Smith County Texas

    Voted with large majority on similar terms. The people are reacting when they experience injustice themselves.

  • Good stuff!

    Good stuff!

  • The other thread wasn't from huffington post and didn't include

    the rule change

  • I just noticed

    there's another thread on this already open.

  • Might as well wait until

    Might as well wait until monday, Sunday is not a very strong release day. I love you jeremy, And I know you're doing this free of charge, you're killing me. Please make sure the next release time and date are for real.

  • Glad I didn't bet the bank.

    Glad I didn't bet the bank.

  • texas did well

    But we did not get a majority.

  • Dewhurst boos were awesome!

    Dewhurst boos by everyone


    I would like to see the Ron Paul speech, but I know I shouldn't watch it. His speech starts 15 minutes before an important breakout session. You should encourage non ron paul supporters to go listen to the speech. Wait to see doctor paul at the concert later after all business has been wrapped up.

  • Ronpaul2012.com

    RON PAUL CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON LOUISIANA RON PAUL CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON LOUISIANA GOP CONVENTION GOP CONVENTION LAKE JACKSON, Texas –The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign released the following statement concerning the outcome of the Louisiana State Republican Convention. Below please find comments from National Campaign Manager John Tate: “The Ron Paul campaign condemns the unfortunate activities that took place at the Louisiana Republican State Convention in Shreveport. “However, we also wish to highlight and applaud the fact that the convention ended on a high note reflective of the cooperation all Republicans wish to see toward the mutual aim of defeating President Obama in the November general election. “The unnecessary conflict, and positive conclusion as we understand it, transpired as follows. “LAGOP officials ignored the vast majority of duly elected delegates and attempted to use illegally adopted rules to deny Ron Paul supporters an opportunity to attend the Republican National Convention in Tampa. Louisiana has 46 delegates. Five were pledged to Mitt Romney based on the March 23rd primary result and Rick Santorum received 10, meaning most delegates were contestable at the state convention. “Delegates to the state convention were chosen at caucus meetings on April 28th. Ron Paul slates won four of six congressional district contests. Of the approximately 180 delegates attending the state convention, 113 voted to remove the LAGOP chairman when he failed to respond to requests for information and other motions from delegates. Nearly two-thirds of the delegates began physically moving their chairs, literally turning their back on the GOP chair appointed by the party hierarchy. “In another instance, State Central Committeeman and Ron Paul supporter Henry Herford Jr. of Franklin Parrish was attacked by some security officials who didn’t realize that the body had voted out the previous chairman. Mr. Herford has a prosthetic hip and according to a doctor at the scene it appears as though the prosthetic was dislocated and may require replacement. The injury occurred as he was beginning to call to order the newly re-formed convention. “In yet another instance, Ron Paul supporter Alex Helwig, Chairman of the Rules Committee who made the motion to remove the chair, was arrested by Shreveport police and released. During his brief detainment, some of his fingers were broken and when he returned to the event he was walking with aid of a cane. “By 10:50 a.m. today, the newly formed convention completed its work. Newly-elected national delegates met with the Romney campaign’s Louisiana Chairman, Scott Sewell, who graciously said ‘that he supported the effort and would do everything he could to make sure the delegation was seated’ in Tampa. “Despite the divisiveness that characterized the Louisiana state convention initially, we are thankful that the Paul and Romney campaigns took the high road to guarantee the enfranchisement of Republicans whose candidate preferences differ. “Republicans of goodwill agree that following the spirited primary season, the general election presents us with an opportunity to defeat Obama and place the nation on a path to recovery. “Our thoughts and prayers are with those who were injured at the convention. And, we thank all responsible convention participants for ending the day on a more unified note.”

  • CD1 Matt Schaffer

    Smith for sheriff.

  • Thats exactly what ill do.

    That's exactly what I'll do. I don't want dewhurst in office.

  • Its not GOA

    Addison just seems like a real person. I read his bio on the internet and he seems the most likely ron paul. Addison, unlike Cruz, endorses Paul, which means that his policies fall more in line with ron pauls. I did not see him myself but a major ron paul supporter by the name of netzorro did see him here in Tyler Texas. He said addison just held up a copy of the constitution and said this is all you need to know about me. He will strictly abide by the constitution. I don't know that much about either of the 2 candidates, but I can tell that addison seems like a very grassroots candidate. I am not going to vote for cruz because ron paul endorsed him. I'm going to vote for the person that I think is best for the job.

  • The bump

    By writing a word, anything, you cause the thread to jump to the very top because the threads are sorted by last post. As for the arrows on the left I am not certain. I think that they are votes for the post or to "like" the post. Maybe someone can confirm or deny.

  • Last day for early voting


  • Addison or Cruz?

    I personally like Addison myself, But Ron has endorsed Cruz, and so has Palin. Do I vote my conscience for Addison, or vote for Cruz as not to split the vote.

    I think I have to go with Addison.

  • Awesome.


  • Ted Cruz for Senate

    Ted Cruz for Senate

  • Forget The Affadavit

    I've been sitting on the fence about about abstaining votes or not abstaining. But this sounds like an invitation from the campaign to vote for ron paul on the first ballot no matter what!