posted on Aug, 30 2012 @ 12:59 PM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer
Ok now who else? Rick Scott, he declared a state of emergency in Fla due to the hurricane and that's why he skipped out(per your beloved Huffpo).
Bobby Jindal, it should be OBVIOUS why he couldn't attend.
A Colorado GOP Freshman will attend while some of his colleages are campaigning against Democrats.
Ok then theres' this "lifelong republican" from Ok who is not seeking re election because of this
Dunn, 51, an Oklahoma City attorney and a lifelong Republican, was elected to a four-year term as the state’s national committeeman in 2008. He
didn’t seek re-election to the post at this year’s state convention.
Dunn, a Paul supporter, said he’s particularly troubled with the Republican Party’s push to overhaul Oklahoma’s civil justice system, commonly
referred to as tort reform, to limit the amount that injured people can receive in damages.
“It’s just wrong what they’re doing,” Dunn said. “A jury should decide what people’s damages are.”
He said he’s also against the GOP’s position to oppose any form of amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Maybe he's a little like you, not all that conservative after all.
By the way, if he's a Paul supporter why wasn't he right there in the rafters with all the rest of the Paulites? And also does he understand Paul's
positions on anything at all?
More Ron l people skipping out because their beloved Ron Paul did not win the nomination. How's that for sour grapes.
His absence from the Republican National Convention was noticed during a roll call Tuesday, when Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin announced votes from 40
of the state’s 43 delegates. Two Ron Paul supporters who refused to vote for presidential nominee Mitt Romney, despite being obligated to do so, had
their votes voided.
People like this will give Obama his second term.
edit on 30-8-2012 by ThirdEyeofHorus because: (no reason given)
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