posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 12:31 AM
Originally posted by OccamsRazor04
Originally posted by OLD HIPPY DUDE
Where are the nay sayers and all the anti-Paulites.
It's amazing they never want to address the truth.
Ask and ye shall receive.
Blitzer then asked Rep. Paul: “I assume you’ve reconciled yourself with the fact that Romney will be your party’s nominee?”
“Well, it looks like he has the delegates, yes,” Paul conceded, “but he doesn’t have the control of the hearts and minds of the
Paul flat out states Romney is the nominee.
“If you get a primetime speaking venue at the Republican convention, that would be significant. I assume you agree?” Blitzer added.
“I think so,” Paul said. “I think that i would probably take care of the opportunity if i could give my speech.”
Paul gave them the price of his selling out, they just haven't been willing to pay as much as he asked.
Are you glad I addressed the truth?
Ron Paul to sell out for a prime-time speech?
Now I've heard it all!
When Ron Paul announced he wasn't going to actively campaign did anyone remember him telling his supporters to keep the fight going? I do.
I'll just paraphrase, but when asked about the lawsuit, he stated it wasn't part of the campaign. He also said he's not going to say don't do
When asked is Romney won fair & square, he stated there was no reason to believe he cheated...but earlier he stated that there were times when the
other side hasn't followed the rules. To me it sounds like they know Romney cheated but are leaving it up to the supporters to take up the fight.
When RP says he doesn't have control of the hearts and minds of the people, he is clearly telling you what he expects to happen at the convention!
You really think he FLAT-OUT says Romney is the nominee?
Just a couple more things you probably missed as well...
Endorse Romney; NO WAY!
About a speech at the RNC; I don't have enough delegates...time might solve all those questions.
Ron Paul still needs two more states with a plurality of delegates. This is why the GOP and The Romney camp are doing everything in their power to
stop this from happening. This is just one of the reasons the campaign has "laid-low" during the state conventions.
I actually have to feel good about your post. If this is an example of a typical Romney supporter, first off I'm not surprised. Second, we might just
win this thing!