First off, I disagree with your title "Do Ron Paul Supporters Want a Totalitarian Regime?"
Anyone is free to make a private political party and make any rules they see fit to nominate their choice of a candidate.
Totalitarian is a bit harsh.
of or relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state: a totalitarian
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
So, I guess I'll end this post with a question to all Ron Paul supporters that I hope can cut to the heart of what I've seen. If you could invalidate
the votes of everyone who doesn't support Ron Paul would you?
Wouldn't bother me in the least, as I do not believe that 'binding delegates' is congruent with the Bill of Rights. In fact, forcing someone to vote
against their will, sounds a little 'totalitarian' to me.
Many things can happen between the straw votes and the actual nomination. Say, like whatta ya do, if ya bind delegates to a guy;and, between then and
the nomination, the guy is proven to be a crook; and, no one really wants him anymore?
It is very obvious that one candidate did not get equal time in the debates, or, within the mainstream news. In fact the man was treated as if he did
The caucuses are actually a safeguard for a candidate, who attracts people to the party, that will actually participate. We live in a Republic, where
we vote for others to vote for us. If the majority does not become involved in electing the representatives, then they are to blame for being in
ignorance of the rules of their very own party. They are given a chance!
Where are the real Romney supporters? Enthusiasm about this guy? Really? Romney is paying $8 for every $1 donation, just to try and appear like his
support comes from the people, when in fact, huge corporations are funding him. Hmm. Maybe your thread should read, "Do Romney Supporters Want a
edit on 30-4-2012 by ogbert because: typo