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In all fields of human endeavor, winning by cheating is losing.

In a competition, when someone cheats, he gets disqualified. The disqualification does not make the runner-up the winner. Rather, it reveals that the man who appeared to be the runner-up had in fact been the winner all along.

In the race for the GOP nomination for President, therefore, Ron Paul won.

As the New York Times wrote yesterday,

Delegates from Nevada tried to nominate Mr. Paul from the floor, submitting petitions from their own state as well as Minnesota, Maine, Iowa, Oregon, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. That should have done the trick: Rules require signatures from just five states. But the party changed the rules on the spot. Henceforth, delegates must gather petitions from eight states.

When Mr. Romney and the RNC cheat so blatantly, they make the game no longer about politics: they make themselves ineligible for the vote of anyone who cares about his own morality, his own honesty or his own integrity – regardless of his politics. And from a purely practical standpoint, they invite Americans to ask if they want to live in a nation governed with the same contempt for those who don’t toe the party line as has been displayed both in Tampa and throughout the primary process.

But as a Ron Paul supporter, I can’t remember feeling so invigorated and empowered in my cause.

Not only did my candidate win: the GOP has given the Liberty movement a greatest gift it could have given us. It has induced a righteous indignation will ensure that there will be no lull in the Liberty movement post-convention or post-election. It has educated us; it has brought us together like only a common hurt can, and it has freed us to do whatever needs to be done for the cause we love, wherever we need to do it.
Read more: [link to www.dailypaul.com]

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"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."
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Cheating could be defined as Volunteering to be a delegate for one candidate but voting for the another...

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The bad behavior of the romneybots was on display for the whole world to see. Is this really the kind of man and party we want to run our country ?
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In all fields of human endeavor, winning by cheating is losing.

In a competition, when someone cheats, he gets disqualified. The disqualification does not make the runner-up the winner. Rather, it reveals that the man who appeared to be the runner-up had in fact been the winner all along.

In the race for the GOP nomination for President, therefore, Ron Paul won.

As the New York Times wrote yesterday,

Delegates from Nevada tried to nominate Mr. Paul from the floor, submitting petitions from their own state as well as Minnesota, Maine, Iowa, Oregon, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. That should have done the trick: Rules require signatures from just five states. But the party changed the rules on the spot. Henceforth, delegates must gather petitions from eight states.

When Mr. Romney and the RNC cheat so blatantly, they make the game no longer about politics: they make themselves ineligible for the vote of anyone who cares about his own morality, his own honesty or his own integrity – regardless of his politics. And from a purely practical standpoint, they invite Americans to ask if they want to live in a nation governed with the same contempt for those who don’t toe the party line as has been displayed both in Tampa and throughout the primary process.

But as a Ron Paul supporter, I can’t remember feeling so invigorated and empowered in my cause.

Not only did my candidate win: the GOP has given the Liberty movement a greatest gift it could have given us. It has induced a righteous indignation will ensure that there will be no lull in the Liberty movement post-convention or post-election. It has educated us; it has brought us together like only a common hurt can, and it has freed us to do whatever needs to be done for the cause we love, wherever we need to do it.
Read more: [link to www.dailypaul.com]
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Nice post OP.
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
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The bad behavior of the romneybots was on display for the whole world to see. Is this really the kind of man and party we want to run our country ?
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Thread: Could Mitt Romney Be A Psychopath? (Serious Question)
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In all fields of human endeavor, winning by cheating is losing.

In a competition, when someone cheats, he gets disqualified. The disqualification does not make the runner-up the winner. Rather, it reveals that the man who appeared to be the runner-up had in fact been the winner all along.

In the race for the GOP nomination for President, therefore, Ron Paul won.

As the New York Times wrote yesterday,

Delegates from Nevada tried to nominate Mr. Paul from the floor, submitting petitions from their own state as well as Minnesota, Maine, Iowa, Oregon, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. That should have done the trick: Rules require signatures from just five states. But the party changed the rules on the spot. Henceforth, delegates must gather petitions from eight states.

When Mr. Romney and the RNC cheat so blatantly, they make the game no longer about politics: they make themselves ineligible for the vote of anyone who cares about his own morality, his own honesty or his own integrity – regardless of his politics. And from a purely practical standpoint, they invite Americans to ask if they want to live in a nation governed with the same contempt for those who don’t toe the party line as has been displayed both in Tampa and throughout the primary process.

But as a Ron Paul supporter, I can’t remember feeling so invigorated and empowered in my cause.

Not only did my candidate win: the GOP has given the Liberty movement a greatest gift it could have given us. It has induced a righteous indignation will ensure that there will be no lull in the Liberty movement post-convention or post-election. It has educated us; it has brought us together like only a common hurt can, and it has freed us to do whatever needs to be done for the cause we love, wherever we need to do it.
Read more: [link to www.dailypaul.com]
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US people need more suffering before being ready to accept a president like Ron Paul.
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Cheating could be defined as Volunteering to be a delegate for one candidate but voting for the another...
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Doesn't seem it was against the rules.....
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


The nomination process was seized by the party leaders.
The GOP has lost all credibility as an organization.
They disenfranchised 10% of US states.
The GOP only represents 45/50 states today.

Just wait, soon 'they' will be pushing to completely disband conventions.
This will be disastrous as all dissenting opinions will then be officially silenced.
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Nice post OP.
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Thanks...hf
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


It is a very sad time in the history of America..

It's so hard to believe that they would stomp on the Constitution with no regard to who's watching...
"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


It is a very sad time in the history of America..

It's so hard to believe that they would stomp on the Constitution with no regard to who's watching...
 Quoting: NoSilence


I see it less as a sad day, and more of a time of Uprising. Prosperity is born from adversity.
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Political parties are mostly funded by donations and therefore don't really answer to anybody other than their donors and they are run by committees. They have ALWAYS changed the rules on the spot.

Their main job is to rally voters behind their frontrunner/winner. They are never going to give a forum to anybody seeking to split their vote. That would be contrary to their purpose in existing.

Dr. Paul knows this. I'm not sure what his supporters expected but this is the way it always goes.

Yes, if a person wants a forum, they should run on their own party and not expect one to be provided for them funded by others. Conventions are ALL about the frontrunner and never anybody else so not sure what was expected of this one.
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Cheating could be defined as Volunteering to be a delegate for one candidate but voting for the another...
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Except that, according to the rules and regs of the RNC, it's perfectly legal. So how is that cheating?
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this means whoever is 'elected' this fall(other then Paul) will be a dictator- no questions asked.
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Political parties are mostly funded by donations and therefore don't really answer to anybody other than their donors and they are run by committees. They have ALWAYS changed the rules on the spot.

Their main job is to rally voters behind their frontrunner/winner. They are never going to give a forum to anybody seeking to split their vote. That would be contrary to their purpose in existing.

Dr. Paul knows this. I'm not sure what his supporters expected but this is the way it always goes.

Yes, if a person wants a forum, they should run on their own party and not expect one to be provided for them funded by others. Conventions are ALL about the frontrunner and never anybody else so not sure what was expected of this one.
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I believe they wanted some of Pauls ideas as part of the party platform. I think auditing The Fed was part of it.
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


It is a very sad time in the history of America..

It's so hard to believe that they would stomp on the Constitution with no regard to who's watching...
 Quoting: NoSilence


I see it less as a sad day, and more of a time of Uprising. Prosperity is born from adversity.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Amen to that brother...hf
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Very sad and embarrassing for the entire world to watch.

It was sad with the Bushes and Obama also displays alot of this.

Ron Paul and the other partys that were not allowed media attentions are the true winners and also acted respectable to everyone.
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Not cheating is the new winning!

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Political parties are mostly funded by donations and therefore don't really answer to anybody other than their donors and they are run by committees. They have ALWAYS changed the rules on the spot.

Their main job is to rally voters behind their frontrunner/winner. They are never going to give a forum to anybody seeking to split their vote. That would be contrary to their purpose in existing.

Dr. Paul knows this. I'm not sure what his supporters expected but this is the way it always goes.

Yes, if a person wants a forum, they should run on their own party and not expect one to be provided for them funded by others. Conventions are ALL about the frontrunner and never anybody else so not sure what was expected of this one.
 Quoting: Bluebird


I believe they wanted some of Pauls ideas as part of the party platform. I think auditing The Fed was part of it.
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After their hundred year charter is ready to expire.. Humm! I would say It's time to check out the piggy bank...1rof1
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Political parties are mostly funded by donations and therefore don't really answer to anybody other than their donors and they are run by committees. They have ALWAYS changed the rules on the spot.

Their main job is to rally voters behind their frontrunner/winner. They are never going to give a forum to anybody seeking to split their vote. That would be contrary to their purpose in existing.

Dr. Paul knows this. I'm not sure what his supporters expected but this is the way it always goes.

Yes, if a person wants a forum, they should run on their own party and not expect one to be provided for them funded by others. Conventions are ALL about the frontrunner and never anybody else so not sure what was expected of this one.
 Quoting: Bluebird


Bluebird, I always enjoy listening to your opinion..
You have allot of wisdom to share..

I agree.. It's time to start a new third party.. One day it'll happen..

I would call it: The People Against the White Shoe Boys..

...........hf
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


The nomination process was seized by the party leaders.
The GOP has lost all credibility as an organization.
They disenfranchised 10% of US states.
The GOP only represents 45/50 states today.

Just wait, soon 'they' will be pushing to completely disband conventions.
This will be disastrous as all dissenting opinions will then be officially silenced.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


The repuglicans have removed themselves from the list of credible parties in America. Hopefully, the TEA party will be in a better position to challenge in 4 years. The repuglicans will be the third party that nobody votes for because they can't win.
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not sure how a Mexican flag goes along with any of this but at least Ron Paul and his supporters have something to take with them into retirement.

you go, girls!!
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Cheating could be defined as Volunteering to be a delegate for one candidate but voting for the another...
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Except that, according to the rules and regs of the RNC, it's perfectly legal. So how is that cheating?
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Spin it any way you want, but it cheats the intent of the voters. It is perfectly fine to switch if the candidate you are pledged to vote for is no longer in the election, but to MISREPRESENT yourself as a follower of one candidate and then vote for the other is dishonest.

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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


The nomination process was seized by the party leaders.
The GOP has lost all credibility as an organization.
They disenfranchised 10% of US states.
The GOP only represents 45/50 states today.

Just wait, soon 'they' will be pushing to completely disband conventions.
This will be disastrous as all dissenting opinions will then be officially silenced.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


The repuglicans have removed themselves from the list of credible parties in America. Hopefully, the TEA party will be in a better position to challenge in 4 years. The repuglicans will be the third party that nobody votes for because they can't win.
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dasbier
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Cheating could be defined as Volunteering to be a delegate for one candidate but voting for the another...
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Except that, according to the rules and regs of the RNC, it's perfectly legal. So how is that cheating?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22524529


Spin it any way you want, but it cheats the intent of the voters. It is perfectly fine to switch if the candidate you are pledged to vote for is no longer in the election, but to MISREPRESENT yourself as a follower of one candidate and then vote for the other is dishonest.
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How is it spin if it's true?

lol
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Ron Paul 2012

Dear Friend,

I can't tell you how touched I've been by my supporters' generosity from day one of my Presidential campaign.

Your support has made an incredible impact that will continue on well into the future. In fact, as I look back at the past year, I'm literally amazed at how far we've come.

Today, we can catch a glimpse of our future - and it's a bright one.

Due to our Liberty Movement's youth, energy, and growing numbers, establishment Republicans are recognizing their days of controlling the national GOP are coming to an end. Even now, they are being forced to recognize that our issues - like finally auditing the Federal Reserve - are not going away.

My hope is, with your continued support, it will not end until free markets, sound money, constitutional principles, respect for individual liberty, and a common-sense foreign policy are all restored in America.

For your generosity and all that you'll continue to do in the name of liberty, thank you.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul
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I mean, I was at a loss for words when they changed the rules, right there, on the spot.

That is a blatant disregard for what the people want. It's the government telling the people who they want.

Ya know, I knew once RP was officially out I was going to have to decide between Johnson and Romney. Well, the Republican party throughout this whole process has made it very difficult for me to support them.

Right now, unless something dramatically changes, I'm leaning pretty far towards Johnson.

I mean, they didn't even have to give him the nomination. They could of just let those delegates be heard. That's what they wanted, to be treated with respect. Something the Paul supporters or Paul have not gotten throughout this whole process.

The Republicans blew it.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


The nomination process was seized by the party leaders.
The GOP has lost all credibility as an organization.
They disenfranchised 10% of US states.
The GOP only represents 45/50 states today.

Just wait, soon 'they' will be pushing to completely disband conventions.
This will be disastrous as all dissenting opinions will then be officially silenced.
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


They didn't disenfranchise 5 states, they disenfranchised upwards of 10 states.

Therefore, they don't represent 20% of the United States.

Fuck the GOP.
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The GOP has effectively cut off its grass roots.

Can a blatant front for special interests and globalist think tanks survive?

Is there a future for the Lockheed-Pfizer-AIPAC-CFR party?

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