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WASHINGTON -- Former presidential hopeful Rick Santorum urged his supporters to back fellow Republican Mitt Romney's campaign Monday in a late-night email that ignored the fact that Santorum once called Romney the "worst Republican in the country" during their bitter contest.
Originally posted by avatard
It doesnt matter WHO supports Romney,,STILL ONLY 120 people showed up to see him in OHIO...My prediction is ROMNEY will quit NOT because he lost 8 states in a row at the caucas but he WILL lose the rest. Even though he has hundreds of "unsecured" delegates, he will quit to save himself the embarassment, Then the media will say that Paul won by default.
Originally posted by Darkinin
reply to post by TinfoilTP
We're talking about the same Paul who refused to endorse McCain back in '08, right?
No, Paul will not endorse Romney, for endorsing Romney would be selling out the movement that he's spent all these years leading, and trying to foster. We have multiple debates and interviews where the speakers have asked all of the candidates if they'd support the end nominee, and even more that have asked Paul in particular, and Paul has always basically stated that he wouldn't (linky).
If you watch that video, you will know right after the first couple of things Paul lists off that Romney would never do any of those things, therefor leading to him, in all likelihood, never getting Paul's support.
Originally posted by TinfoilTP
Just saw on FOXNews, down on the bottom list of VP candidates for Romney is Rand Paul.....hmmm do you think Ron Paul is doing all of this to blackmail his son onto the ticket? With delegate leverage he could propel Rand Paul from the bottom tier of picks to the top tier, promise an endorsement to Romney and the GOP gets a nice choreographed Convention.
With Rand Paul on the campaign trail as VP stumping for Romney going against Obama he would give his son the star spotlight that he never was able to attain. Even if Romney loses his son gets to get into national spotlight attention.
Just look at all the attention Palin got last time around.