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Originally posted by Carseller4
So sad on many levels.
Romney clinched last night in Texas, and to add salt to the wound, Ron Paul only received 11% of the vote in his home state.
11%, and his followers still think he has a chance.
Originally posted by Swamper
Well Americans, in this situation you have the luck of having fists of gunpowder, last chance is a revolution.
edit on 31/5/12 by Swamper because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jjf3rd77
It's funny how Paul supporters stop researching facts once they think a half fact works in their favor. Of course the popular vote still counts!
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
reply to post by sad_eyed_lady
All delegates are NOT unbound.
Lying to yourself doesn't make it true.
Then maybe you should stop lying to yourself.
In some states the delegates are bound and in some states they are not. In fact in some of the states the GOP is threatening the delegates with lawsuits if they don't vote for Romney.
If he has all of the delegates like you think then why are they taking action like this? Just because you win the primary doesn't mean you get all of the delegates in some states they are free to vote for who they want.