The Ron Paul 2012 campaign is preparing to challenge the entire slate of Louisiana’s 46 delegates selected to attend the Republican National Convention next month in Tampa, Fla.

Paul’s campaign asserts the final list of delegates released Friday that were selected during the state party’s convention last month were chosen against the rules. At the time, Paul supporters held their own rump convention, or protest vote, in the same room, which composed a majority of those attending.

"We believe that they grossly and blatantly and repeatedly violated their party rules and elected a delegation that was improper," said Paul’s campaign chairman Jesse Benton. "We believe that our rump convention is the legitimate delegation and they have a right to be seated at the Republican National Convention."


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Interesting article…


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"Nuff said"

"Nuff said"


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TAMPA, April 15, 2012 — The Ron Paul campaign has consistently maintained that it has won far more delegates than is generally reported by the media. The Associated Press projects Romney’s delegate count to be well over 600, more than ten times their projections for Ron Paul. However, Colorado has provided some evidence that the Paul campaign’s demise has been greatly exaggerated.


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Something to think about….seriously!
Just a note…this was first quoted by Thomas Jefferson….

Something to think about….seriously!

Just a note…this was first quoted by Thomas Jefferson….


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In case your local newspaper didn’t cover it, here’s a picture of the 10,000 people who showed up last night at UCLA to hear Ron Paul. Actually, while the venue itself (the Los Angeles Tennis Center) holds 10,000, thousands more were standing outside by the entrance, denied admittance by the fire marshal. And Dr. Paul didn’t even need to use faux Roman columns or a teleprompter.

In case your local newspaper didn’t cover it, here’s a picture of the 10,000 people who showed up last night at UCLA to hear Ron Paul. Actually, while the venue itself (the Los Angeles Tennis Center) holds 10,000, thousands more were standing outside by the entrance, denied admittance by the fire marshal. And Dr. Paul didn’t even need to use faux Roman columns or a teleprompter.


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Ron Paul didn’t do as well with Republican voters in South Carolina as he had done in Iowa and New Hampshire. But he’s still the king of Twitter. (And tweeters, of course, are the people who in one day faced down Hollywood and forced leading senators to withdraw their online-piracy bills.)


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LMAO!!!!

LMAO!!!!

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Food for thought…..

Four years later, having learned absolutely nothing from the election of 2008, Republican voters are once again lining up behind the most moderate and supposedly “electable” candidate that they can find in the pragmatic hope that they can beat Obama in the general election. They have become so unprincipled and pragmatic, in fact, that they are lining up behind the very man who brought European-style socialized medicine to our fair shores, simply because they have been told that he is more “electable” than anyone else in the field. How they can expect an outcome that’s better than four years ago is difficult to fathom, unless they think that their new moderate’s plastic hair can compensate for his obvious blandness.”


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learnwhydemonstray:

RON PAUL WINS FOX GOP DEBATE & CRASH TWITTER 1/16/2012 (MUST SEE) (by 7SheepHerder)

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