Thursday, May 31, 2012

Not So Fast Romney - You Don't Have What it Takes - Delegates

So the media has crowned Mitt Romney the prince of the GOP...but wait...

Ron Paul is picking up delegates left and right, even right from under Romney's nose in his home state of MA.

They have been spending millions to try and stop our delegate strategy but it hasn't been working. The Romney camp tried calling Ron Paul delegates to give them wrong information and locations to the state convention. They are literally paying people ~$25/hour to take us off track and stop us from getting delegates. Why would Mitt Romney worry if he was already the presumed GOP nominee?

Because the Romney campaign knows something a lot of you don't, the delegates won't be bound in the 2012 GOP RNC @ Tampa Bay.

Romney campaign has been colluding with the GOP in pretty much every state so far, getting GOP members to send out robocalls, send e-mails, and organize GOP members to rally behind Romney. Romney even paid to bus random people in from all over Maine and put them up in nice hotels with the stipulation of being a delegate for him and supporting him. Well, bad news him....we took the Maine GOP state Chairman position today and are en route to take the delegates, now Romney is bussing even more people in (like they've already been doing, but not enough) to outnumber the Ron Paul supporters.


Mr. Shife said...

Definitely would like to see Ron Paul as the nominee. And I am shocked, shocked I tell you that politicians are not being honest and classy in their endeavors.=)

texlahoma said...

Mr. Shife - I don't know what is up with politicians, they don't seem to be honest!
I'm really glad that you support Ron Paul, to me, the obvious choice.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

The only way Romney's spineless ass will get elected is if he nominates Ron Paul as his running mate.
If the GeOPapists don't wake up during this convention, Comrade0 gets a second term & the US becomes a third-world shithole!

texlahoma said...

Galt - That would be VERY interesting, Ron Paul as vice president. Not as good as president Paul, but much better than president O-bummer.

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