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Romney in “panic” after Ron Paul landslide! Gingrich OUT!
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04-25-2012, 05:53 PM #1
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Quote:http://dougwead.wordpress.com/

Paul advisor Doug Wead wrote on his blog that GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is an a “panic” after the Paul landslide. Similar efforts to bolster the Texas congressman’s delegate count are underway in Iowa, Colorado, Maine and other states.

“[A] number of Romney Hawks are now deeply concerned that Ron Paul has already laid the groundwork for similar success in six more caucus states,” Wead wrote.

Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul declined to comment on the record about whether or not Romney is indeed in a panic....

The Paul campaign is being mum about the prospect of other delegate coups. The libertarian-leaning candidate’s spokesman and campaign manager did not respond when asked if surprising landslides are anticipated in other states.

Paul advisor Wead also notes in the same article the Caller was quoting the New York Times official delegate counts aren't keeping up with facts on the ground in caucus states such as Iowa and Minnesota.

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04-25-2012, 05:55 PM #2
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http://nation.foxnews.com/newt-gingrich/...z1t3s6on9A

Quote:Newt Gingrich Will Suspend His Presidential Campaign Next Tuesday, Aides Say

Big shakeups in the making.
04-25-2012, 06:42 PM #3
yankees skier
Posts:5,889 Threads:215 Joined:Feb 2011
Ron Paul is the only candidate that I would vote for. If it goes to Mittens, I'll be voting 3rd party again.

Biere.
04-25-2012, 06:42 PM #4
Kreeper Griobhtha
Posts:10,846 Threads:655 Joined:Feb 2011
(04-25-2012, 05:53 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
Quote:http://dougwead.wordpress.com/

Paul advisor Doug Wead wrote on his blog that GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is an a “panic” after the Paul landslide. Similar efforts to bolster the Texas congressman’s delegate count are underway in Iowa, Colorado, Maine and other states.

“[A] number of Romney Hawks are now deeply concerned that Ron Paul has already laid the groundwork for similar success in six more caucus states,” Wead wrote.

Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul declined to comment on the record about whether or not Romney is indeed in a panic....

The Paul campaign is being mum about the prospect of other delegate coups. The libertarian-leaning candidate’s spokesman and campaign manager did not respond when asked if surprising landslides are anticipated in other states.

Paul advisor Wead also notes in the same article the Caller was quoting the New York Times official delegate counts aren't keeping up with facts on the ground in caucus states such as Iowa and Minnesota.


There are some interesting claims being made there.

Quote:A county chairman in New York has commissioned robo calls declaring that all other candidates have dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.

Quote:Romneyites are using every trick in the book and then some. In one instance they literally locked the door to keep Ron Paul young people from participating.

Quote:In Washington State, where Ron Paul and Santorum people are openly cooperating in some districts, the modus operandi of the Romney establishment was especially curt. The 37th legislative district of King County is a case in point. Borrowing successful tactics used by the Romney Gestapo in Alaska, a determined King County Chairwoman, Lori Sotelo, instituted a last minute “poll tax” of ten dollars. The Ron Paul people were not deterred. They meekly submitted to this surprise “rule” and paid her the money. The meeting began, late but the duly elected delegates were committed to see it through.

When the delegates in attendance, overwhelmingly Ron Paul supporters, duly elected their own Tamra Smilanich as the permanent chair of the caucus, Sotelo watched for a few minutes and then began what can only be described as a continuous assault on democracy at work. First she interrupted the proceedings to announce that the caucus was adjourned. She declared that Smilanich was an “operative” of the Ron Paul campaign and had turned the event into a Ron Paul campaign meeting. Since the insurance was paid for by the King County GOP, she determined it did not cover a Ron Paul event, thus the meeting was closed.

No reason was cited to substantiate the accusation and videos now abound on the internet giving viewers a blow by blow account of events as they unfolded. Participants insist that Smilanich operated within the Robert’s Rules of Order and her election was legitimate. Her only fault was she hailed from the Ron Paul camp.

After Smilanich allowed for speeches and just before the body could vote, Lori Sotelo made another attempt to end the proceeding and prevent any vote from taking place. Once more she contended that the premises had to be vacated because chairman Smilanich was acting as a Ron Paul campaign surrogate. A few minutes later she announced that the premises had to be vacated because the place had been rented for a limited amount of time and that time was now ended.

With this ugly tug of war ongoing, the meeting dragged on for hours, relocating to different places, but, miraculously, a quorum was maintained and delegates were elected to the next round.

I might just have to keep up with your... uh, that blog.

cheers.gif

Unfortunately, the vast majority of voters still get all of their information from MSM.

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Politicians hide themselves away
They only started the war
Why should they go out to fight?
They leave that role to poor
04-25-2012, 06:51 PM #5
Strigoi Member
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(04-25-2012, 06:42 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  Unfortunately, the vast majority of voters still get all of their information from MSM.

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yes, and that's so ƒükkêd up, my grandmother didn't know who he is, and my aunt said, oh the "kook" that wont stand up to Iran. gaah.gif gaah.gif gaah.gif
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04-25-2012, 07:14 PM #6
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(04-25-2012, 06:42 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  
(04-25-2012, 05:53 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
Quote:http://dougwead.wordpress.com/

Paul advisor Doug Wead wrote on his blog that GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is an a “panic” after the Paul landslide. Similar efforts to bolster the Texas congressman’s delegate count are underway in Iowa, Colorado, Maine and other states.

“[A] number of Romney Hawks are now deeply concerned that Ron Paul has already laid the groundwork for similar success in six more caucus states,” Wead wrote.

Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul declined to comment on the record about whether or not Romney is indeed in a panic....

The Paul campaign is being mum about the prospect of other delegate coups. The libertarian-leaning candidate’s spokesman and campaign manager did not respond when asked if surprising landslides are anticipated in other states.

Paul advisor Wead also notes in the same article the Caller was quoting the New York Times official delegate counts aren't keeping up with facts on the ground in caucus states such as Iowa and Minnesota.


There are some interesting claims being made there.

Quote:A county chairman in New York has commissioned robo calls declaring that all other candidates have dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.

Quote:Romneyites are using every trick in the book and then some. In one instance they literally locked the door to keep Ron Paul young people from participating.

Quote:In Washington State, where Ron Paul and Santorum people are openly cooperating in some districts, the modus operandi of the Romney establishment was especially curt. The 37th legislative district of King County is a case in point. Borrowing successful tactics used by the Romney Gestapo in Alaska, a determined King County Chairwoman, Lori Sotelo, instituted a last minute “poll tax” of ten dollars. The Ron Paul people were not deterred. They meekly submitted to this surprise “rule” and paid her the money. The meeting began, late but the duly elected delegates were committed to see it through.

When the delegates in attendance, overwhelmingly Ron Paul supporters, duly elected their own Tamra Smilanich as the permanent chair of the caucus, Sotelo watched for a few minutes and then began what can only be described as a continuous assault on democracy at work. First she interrupted the proceedings to announce that the caucus was adjourned. She declared that Smilanich was an “operative” of the Ron Paul campaign and had turned the event into a Ron Paul campaign meeting. Since the insurance was paid for by the King County GOP, she determined it did not cover a Ron Paul event, thus the meeting was closed.

No reason was cited to substantiate the accusation and videos now abound on the internet giving viewers a blow by blow account of events as they unfolded. Participants insist that Smilanich operated within the Robert’s Rules of Order and her election was legitimate. Her only fault was she hailed from the Ron Paul camp.

After Smilanich allowed for speeches and just before the body could vote, Lori Sotelo made another attempt to end the proceeding and prevent any vote from taking place. Once more she contended that the premises had to be vacated because chairman Smilanich was acting as a Ron Paul campaign surrogate. A few minutes later she announced that the premises had to be vacated because the place had been rented for a limited amount of time and that time was now ended.

With this ugly tug of war ongoing, the meeting dragged on for hours, relocating to different places, but, miraculously, a quorum was maintained and delegates were elected to the next round.

I might just have to keep up with your... uh, that blog.

cheers.gif

Unfortunately, the vast majority of voters still get all of their information from MSM.

gaah.gif


Glad you liked it Kreeper cheers.gif Cheers m8!
04-25-2012, 08:12 PM #7
Adde Member
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Really nice blog OP hi5.gif Bookmarked that. All MSM wants to talk about is Mitt and BO. As if that is a choice.
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04-26-2012, 10:24 AM #8
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http://www.infowars.com/ron-paul-has-bee...onvention/

Quote:Two networks yesterday, CNBC and MSNBC, broadcast a little known fact – Ron Paul appears to be winning the Republican nomination for President. When the popular Texas Congressman repeatedly assured supporters that the race was about delegates, not beauty contests, he apparently knew what he was talking about. Now, after three more states locked in delegates to the GOP nominating convention – CO, MN and IA – indicators point to a brokered convention with a possible, even probable, Ron Paul victory.


Quote:The Warren Harding lesson

Many political observers, not just within the Ron Paul campaign, are calling the Texas Congressman’s nomination plan the ‘Harding Strategy’. Referring to the 1920 Republican nominating convention held in Chicago, Warren Harding was at the bottom of a list of 12 potential GOP nominees. Unable to unite behind one candidate during the primary process, the delegates were forced into a brokered convention.

Through the first 6 rounds of delegate voting, Harding didn’t even finish in the top three during any of the votes. But by the 10th vote, Warren Harding walked away with the Republican nomination. He went on to win the general election and become President.

While many political analysts are calling Ron Paul’s current journey a mirror image of Harding’s 1920 trek, others aren’t quite convinced. As the Paul campaign itself continues to point out, only half of the states have voted so far. Nothing’s been decided yet. If nothing else, just when the Republican leadership and the national media have proclaimed Mitt Romney the GOP nominee, Ron Paul’s string of delegate victories this week may force them to do what they were forced to do in Iowa – admit they’re wrong.

Whether or not the Texas Congressman can duplicate Warren Harding’s stunning upset on the way to the White House is another question. But if delegate selections continue on the course they’re on, Mitt Romney will not have enough delegates to win the nomination outright. If that turns out to be the case and the GOP heads into a brokered convention, Ron Paul may have the party right where he wants it. A brokered convention has been his strategy all along.
04-26-2012, 10:30 AM #9
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:43,354 Threads:1,482 Joined:Feb 2011
That's great! Kudos to her for even touching this. Most all lamestream media still ignores the hell out of RP.
04-26-2012, 11:19 AM #10
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:31,572 Threads:1,443 Joined:Feb 2011
Nice article AK beercheer.gif
The lamestream is slowly admitting things are not as locked up as they would have us believe.

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04-26-2012, 11:39 AM #11
Jed Member
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They's got fair and balanced lies
fer all us folk.
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04-26-2012, 01:15 PM #12
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To play devil's advocate, does anybody really think Paul will get the GOP nomination? I'd like to see him take it personally, but that means nothing.
Still think he has a better chance running independently, he'd win any debate between himself, Romney and BO, because he has the solutions.
04-26-2012, 04:08 PM #13
Strigoi Member
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Not getting my hopes too high. Seems most everybody would like to have RP at the helm. Most everybody except those who "count" the votes.
04-26-2012, 04:19 PM #14
Strigoi Member
Posts:883 Threads:55 Joined:Mar 2011
Quote:NY GOP Chairman Lies to Voters, Says Ron Paul is out of the Race

One day before the NY GOP Presidential primary, Vincent Reda, the First Vice Chairman of the NY Republican Party, made robo calls to voters declaring that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.


The term lying shït bag mofo just rolls off my tongue, and that's the dumbasses positive points. I still feel RP is the only one that can beat Obama. Romney comes off as a huxter who will say anything for a vote, just like the current prez did in 2008.

04-26-2012, 04:35 PM #15
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
Posts:12,775 Threads:1,181 Joined:Feb 2011
Romney and the destruction of the US manufacturing base go hand in hand. Until 2001 maufacturing was 28% of the US economy, today it's 9%. And Romney most definitely did his part in that. Not to mention he's a psychopath, strapping his dog to the roof of the car for a 600 mile trip. zuckerberg.



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