GOP now ironically begging Ron Paul supporters for help

“…Mere weeks ago the long-standing attitude by both the establishment and its media was that Ron Paul and his supporters were nothing but a nuisance, wanting nothing to do with anything associated with Ron Paul. They wouldn’t let him speak at the national convention, even though he was one of the only two candidates left standing and he was literally forced to walk the convention floor for support like a petty, third-rate peasant. The convention staff did everything in their power to discredit and literally, illegally disqualify duly and legally elected Ron Paul delegates from participating in the process and coercively manipulated the proceedings so Paul delegates couldn’t have any meaningful effect on the outcome, of any aspect, of the convention. Yet, now the Republicans, or at least Paul Ryan, realizes they may not have a chance to win without them….”

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4 thoughts on “GOP now ironically begging Ron Paul supporters for help

  1. The GOP cheaters who forced Romney on us were told a million times that if Romney was nominated, we wouldn’t vote for him, but they did it anyway. They somehow believed that we’d buckle under and vote for the worst candidate of the bunch if they just repeated “a vote for anyone but Romney is a vote for Obama!” Enough times that we’d start believing it.
    Well, I for one would vote for Obama before voting for Romney, and I’ve been a republican all my life. After seeing the level of cheating by the Romney campaign (and experiencing it first hand at the caucuses) there is no way I could ever bring myself to vote for Romney. Since Dr Paul didn’t go third party, and write-ins won’t be accurately counted, I’m voting for Gary Johnson, and even though I know Obama is going to win in November, at least I’ll be giving my vote for someone I can trust not to cheat who has policies I agree with. 4 more years of Obama is certainly better than 8 years of Romney, the father of ObamaCare, who is represents the worst parts of Obama and GW Bush.

    • Thanks for the comment. I’m also voting for Johnson.

      Romney and Obama are similar in nature and differ only in rhetoric and lies.

  2. I’m also a former Republican now voting Libertarian…If you are a conservative; what more could the Republican Party do to convince you they are no longer the Party for Limited Government?…The Libertarian Party is the last best hope to save The Constitution & America as a FREE CAPITALIST NATION…It’s as simple as that!…

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