Skip to comments.Ron Paul's Missouri supporters take charge of weekend county caucuses
Posted on 03/18/2008 8:24:59 AM PDT by kc8ukw
Ron Pauls Missouri supporters arent giving up.
Despite his distant fourth-place finish in the states presidential primary, with just 4.5 percent of the vote, more than a thousand Paul supporters crowded into Republican county caucuses last weekend, electing hundreds of delegates to upcoming congressional district and state conventions.
(Excerpt) Read more at kansascity.com ...
I guess they missed the word he quit.
The gift that keeps on giving.
I'm not so sure they are morons in this. If they elect enough delegates, they can change the outcome of the primary. This is especially true in a state like Missouri where Huckabee would have taken the popular vote if not for Dims and Independent Dims.
It is the same playbook.
Picture and article by an author who posts at DU, and who gives ACLU workshops. Part of the “we hope the selection of John McCain as the Republican nominee signals a new, positive, more progressive direction for the Republican party” crowd.
Interesting. But I’d be shocked if it happened.
This happened in my county. We are small (only 4 delegates + 4 alternates) but the majority of them are Paulbots. This is my first foray into local caucus politics and it was not fun. The flaunting of caucus rules was breathtaking.
Not satisfied with the all purpose and well-deserved patoot-kicking in state after state after state that showed conclusively the moonbat status of the Al Qaeda spokesthing from Galveston, and notwithstanding that paleoPaulie quit the POTUS race to concentrate on his Congressional primary, yet his supporters continue as malcontents and utter eccentrics to pester the GOP. When WILL this pestilence come to an end???
Hopefully, not until the Republican Party becomes a republican party.
Is Ron Paul still in the race? I thought he’d gotten out...?
He was for getting out before he was against it before he was for it before he was against it.....
Not going to affect the nomination.
Paleowhateverism has nothing whatever to do with conservatism or Republicanism. For starters, paleos favor cowardly substitutes for foreign policy. Then there are the oddball "constitutional" views that ignore American history since 1787 in the ceaseless effort to guarantee "paper tiger" status for the USA and a near total inability to effect federal policies banning abortion and banning poofter make-believe posing as "marriage."
The Republican Party, whatever its imperfections, IS the Republican Party. Paleomoonbattism is paleomoonbattism. May the two never coincide. If paleoPaulie and his political love slaves are an example of small r republicanism, no thanks now or ever.
I can understand the frustration of you McCainiacs who would prefer to fight the enemy here (when they cross the completely unprotected borders McCain insists on). Face it, our borders would need substantial fortifications to be as protective as the Maginot Line.
I understand many of you think Paul would surrender overseas but then you seem to advocate folding like a cheap suit to the MSM candidate. I say fight on.
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