Friday, January 24, 2014

Romney Confirms He Stole RNC Nomination

Under-handed dealings at the 2012 Republican National Convention excluded delegates (Maine), disenfranchised delegates on the floor (Boehner ignoring "point of order requests"), and state-level shenanigans were part of a coordinated plan by GOP bosses to exclude Ron Paul from being recognized and his votes counted.

Now Mitt Romney confirms he stole the 2012 RNC nomination,
In some ways we kind of had to steal the Republican nomination. Our party is Southern, evangelical, and populist. And you’re Northern, and you’re a Mormon, and you’re rich.  And these do not match well with our party.

Ron Paul's principled stands on governing within the Constitution was a handicap in attracting the big-government war-monger Republican insiders.  Ron Paul's delegates numbered in the hundreds, and would have been handily outvoted by the delegates aligned with big-government Mitt Romney.  There was no mathematical way for Ron Paul to take the nomination.  Therefore, preventing Ron Paul's delegate votes from being counted showed the pettiness of the GOP insiders.