Originally posted by Blaine91555
If it does go to a second vote, would you vote to represent the wishes of the majority of the folks you represent or go renegade and not vote the majority wishes? Would you fail to vote their wishes due to personal bias?
I'm not going to Tampa, but I get to choose who does. And to be honest, I don't think that the majority of the folks really feel that way. I don't trust the primary results, there has been widespread fraud in nearly every state. I think the majority actually support RP, but the party leaders who are bought and paid for have lied and cheated the whole process.
Seems to me that if a Delegate does not vote the wishes of the majority of those they represent, they are failing in their responsibilities. To me that would be dishonest and wrong.
Again, I disagree. I believe the majority does want Ron Paul but the party leaders are cheating at the behest of their masters and counting votes in "undisclosed locations". I don't know if you've seen comparisons between Romney rallies and Paul rallies, but it's obvious there's a complete lack of enthusiasm for Romney. Even if the vote counts are correct, which I highly highly doubt, if the majority (which isn't a majority by any means, usually less than 50% show up to vote) can't be bothered to learn how the system works, and how delegates work, and don't bother to learn what each candidate represents, they just show up and mark the box the media tells them to, then I don't care to represent them, they don't even know what it is they stand for.
Are you asked questions like this before your named a Delegate to make sure you can be trusted?
No, they do not ask those questions, I got up and spoke to the crowd and told them about myself, but was asked no questions. Doesn't work that way.