reply to post by xmotex
Yes I saw the official statement. I have also seen this.
here is a little copy and paste if you do not wish to follow the link.
Didn't Ron stop running for President?
Yes, with the primaries complete, he felt there would be insufficient delegates to place his name in nomination. Many disagree and forecast that GOP
delegates will revolt knowing that Obama would crush McCain. In fact, an Alaska-led group is presently stirring that pot by sending DVD's and copies
of Ron's book The Revolution A Manifesto to delegates nationwide.
Would Ron accept the nomination if it were offered to him?
Ron has stated that he would do so.
Also as a Precinct Leader I get emails from the former campain explaining more details of the continued effort. Here is a sampling of one.
As you may know, Ron did not withdraw from but rather suspended his campaign. You may go to cpalpac.com...
for a Q&A and video
updates that address this matter. It remains extremely important to send to the national convention the Ron Paul delegates who were elected in
Pennsylvania's primary. I must ask for your support because a few of them need help with convention expenses which are considerable. As an example,
one had her spouse unexpectedly lose employment. Please go to cpalpac.com...
Where Things Stand
Bottom-line, the Revolution continues. Ron's suspension may or may not prove tactical (hint), but the neo-conservative dominated GOP will regardless
lose many House and Senate seats this Fall. Seizing on this weakness, we will then go about electing candidates nationwide to fight police state laws,
unnecessary mercantile wars and confiscatory economic policy that promotes massive government. Keep informed about this process by joining:
1. Ron's Campaign for Liberty at www.campaignforliberty.com...
2. The Pennsylvania Campaign for Liberty at www.pacampaignforliberty.org...
-- under construction, watch for updates