Tuesday, October 2, 2012


Paul Ryan said that a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Ombama.
But is that just a scare tactic? Aren't you supposed to vote for the person you want to see get the job?
Maybe instead of spewing bile and rhetoric, Ryan should be trying to earn my vote.
Instead, the Republican part spurned Ron Paul at the convention, presumable to make Romney look more popular a candidate than the results showed.
Ron Paul Delegates, Shunted To Republican National Convention's Outskirts, May Lash Out

Ron Paul's supporters were relegated to the back of the bus during the Republican National Convention after the GOP leadership assigned states whose delegations are flush with the Texas congressman's representatives to the outskirts of the convention center in Tampa, Fla.

States with a significant number of Ron Paul delegates were seated as far from the main stage as possible when former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney accepts the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night


  1. >>...Or asked differently, is a vote for Ron Paul a vote for Obama?

    I would argue that "a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Ron Paul", but that just makes too much friggin' sense to be true.

    I'll probably wind up writing in "Ron Paul" again. Certainly the last thing I'd do is cast a vote for either CFR or CFR Lite.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  2. I've been leaning towards the write-in as well, because I keep seeing sites that indicate a lot of tea partiers will do the same, and I have that hope of enough votes going RP's way and getting the attention of the Repubs.

    Maybe I'm just too durn foolish.


  3. In California a vote for Ron Paul or Mitt Romney probably won't affect the outcome here. I'm sure Obama will stay in the lead.

    Tossing It Out