Ron Paul Delegates Chosen For Tampa In Michigan
There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding the Republican convention this weekend and how many delegates were chosen to go to Tampa who are Paultards.
Yes, I’m going to call you Paultards, you Paultards, because that’s what you are. After witnessing what happened this weekend at the convention, I cannot stress enough how disgusted I am at your dishonesty and loathsome tactics, suitable for Democrat politics.
First to clear up the stupidity spread by Paultards on every blog I’ve read regarding the selection of delegates at the county conventions.
Paultards are whining that they didn’t get to be selected as delegates to the Detroit convention if they weren’t already a precinct delegate in their respective counties. This Paul kook said it on his blog:
Michigan, unlike any other states I know of, had a special party rule forbidding any precinct delegate vacancies from being filled at county conventions until after the state delegates and alternates were chosen.
That rule is in place to stop a complete takeover of the party by people like the Paultards. They have almost zero to do with the party, call us warmongers and hate Reagan, and get all pissy they can’t take over. Listen up, Paul kooks, the rule is that if you are a precinct delegate, you have preference as a delegate, and if you aren’t you lose to the precinct delegate. What was your dream? That you show up to the county convention, having nothing to do with the party, then get elevated because you graced us with your presence, and then get your buddies to vote for you to get in as a delegate? Dummies.
Now that that is out of the way, I want to share what happened in my district caucus to show what the Ron Paul people did to become delegates to Tampa. There are numerous reports that between 6 and 31 delegates and alternates were chosen to go to Tampa to try to deny Mitt Romney enough delegates to become the nominee and to force a brokered convention, and at the very least, change the party platform.
During the caucus, rules already in place were immediately motioned to be changed and replaced with others. The Paultard who did this at my district caucus wished to have the 31 hopefuls who filled out paperwork to be delegates to Tampa, have 3 minutes to speak, and be voted in via roll call, (a show of hands.) The rules already in place gave each hopeful a minute to speak, and were to be voted upon via secret ballot. Another part of the motion included a rule already in place which was that the highest vote-getter would be the first voting delegate, the second highest vote-getter would be the second voting delegate, the third highest would be the third non-voting delegate (due to the RNC penalty for moving up the primary) and then the next top three vote-getters as alternate mates to the top three.
Obviously, voting by a show of hands is bs because you don’t know who is a delegate and who is an alternate, who has two hands up and so on. After much contention, the motion was denied, and subsequent motions reaffirmed the rules already in place.
Then, as each hopeful got up to speak, the most mainstream conservative rhetoric was used so that if you did not know each one personally, you would think they were normal people. Unfortunately, none of them used the familiar buzz words of audit the fed, legalize drugs and prostitution, screw Israel, 9/11 was an inside job, you know, the obvious stuff. As a result, 5 of the 6 in our district are said to be confirmed Paultards.
But speaking with the heads of other districts that evening, I found that perhaps 7 total voting delegates were Paul kooks. This fellow says there are 8. I can find no evidence that up to 31 could be of that persuasion unless the man who reported it was using total numbers against actual delegates.
In Michigan, each of the 14 districts elected 6 people. Three delegates, one of which is non-voting, and three alternates. So only two will actually vote in Tampa from each district unless the RNC reverses the rule. Now, it could be that of those 84 people, 31 are Paultards, but only 6 or 7 are actually voting delegates. But there is no way that 31 of the 44 total delegates are Paultards.
So what that means is that the very motivated Paultards will show up in Tampa, be loud and empowered like never before, forcing people like me to sit and watch at home, continuously muttering how stupid the Republican elite can be to reject mainstream conservatism at every turn, and provide a seat at the table to these poisonous idiots.
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