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Old 05-03-2012, 05:20 PM   #123
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Originally Posted by Donger View Post
Sure, I can understand the GOP wanting their convention to not turn into a circus. Can't you? The fact is that Republicans and the GOP, by a VAST majority, don't agree with or support Paul and his policies. Why should a vast minority be allowed to cause mischief at the national level?
This is exactly why you guys will have difficulty winning the middle, independents and youth. The GOP is appealing to the hard right and the religious right particularly on war and regarding Iran. Not to mention crony capitalism bailouts. You can't get the independents, moderates or youth on those issues...and those are the issues that Paul can win them on. Remember there are libertarians in the Independent ranks. So you guys can continue to run your own circus by corrupting the process and changing your rules midstream to force a candidate on the people that the Establishment wants. If the RNC forces Nevada out to try to maneuver a specific outcome, this just creates and incentive for Paul to run Third Party while it shows the voters they are really fascists. Keep supporting tyrants Donger.
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