From the beginning the Ron Paul Revolution has been “in it to win it.” The movement has used its resources where they will be the most effective and abandoned the places where it will not be. For example, no longer campaigning in caucus states that were likely to go to Romney anyway.
I would like to share this video with you that updates the movement and asks whether delegates will be allowed to “vote their conscience” at the Republican Convention. In other words, will they be allowed to vote for Ron Paul?
This video has some of the details about what’s going on and even talks about how Ron Paul delegates were thwarted in Alaska when people were told to “go fishing” instead of showing up at the State Convention.
And not just because Yoda thinks so. I think so too. I truly believe that if we do not abandon the idea that we must stick to voting for the (R) or the (D), then we will never solve any of the world’s problems.
One of the many reasons I support Ron Paul is because while he is working to get his name on the Republican ticket – he is changing what it means to be a Republican. Paul has his utmost focus on protecting the people, liberty and the constitution. But does he have a chance to win?
I want to know what you think? Do you like him? Would you prefer him over Romney? Why or why not? Will you vote for Obama? Johnson? I want to know what people are thinking. Who they support. The guy who was handed to you by the media on a silver platter? Or one of the other guys?
- Ron Paul Wins Iowa, Long After Mitt Romney and then Rick Santorum Supposedly Did (reason.com)
- Ron Paul Just Won The Iowa Caucuses (businessinsider.com)
- Ron Paul To Wolf Blitzer: There Is ‘No Way’ I Am Ready To Endorse Mitt Romney (mediaite.com)
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