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Just curious. Would like to see how everyone will be voting in the November election. I'm a progressive, but detest Obama. Will more than likely be voting for former Salt Lake City mayor Rocky Anderson who is the Peace and Freedom Nominee. Also considering writing in Ron Paul.
If I didn't have my guns, I think hammers and axes would be better. I thank you for your words and like you I do hope Tampa works out for the best and perhaps God is looking down and perhaps he will give it a big push. You are also right in that I too would be standing out there, I like so many others have taken the oath for alligence to the Constitution and I again lie so many others have not forgotten my oath as so many polititians have.
Throwing out Ron Pauls delegates was the work of our Govenor and Obo's friend Duval Patrick.
" A democracy is a sheep and two wolves voting on whats for dinner, a republic is a well armed sheep disputing the vote."
I do not recall who said that, but I hope I do not have to dispute the vote. You wolves are easy to spot, your skin comes off real easy, because it used to belong to someone else.
Some on this sight will believe this B.S. But the good part is that those that know the truth will be prepared and will survive. Because God made it so.
I hope you arent referring to my position as being a vote for O'dumbass...I'm a Ron Paul supporter & stubborn about it. I do know what happened with Ross Perot & think many diehard Paul supporters won't let the same mistake be made twice.
I also heard that liberalism is a french poodle thinking the menu is a living document and a conservative is the foxy arms dealer lobbying both sides.
The head of the Republican National Committee says congressman Ron Paul and his supporters are "welcomed with open arms" at the Republican National Convention. Even so, the man who is technically still a candidate for president has no speaking role and is planning a separate event before the convention.
Despite worries that Paul supporters will be a distraction in Tampa, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus tells Fox News, "I would keep the powder dry on Ron Paul. I think he is going to have a great week. We certainly respect what his people have done and what he has done in this campaign."
Priebus points out the congressman's son, Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul, has what he calls a "very prominent speaking place" at the convention. The time slot for that hasn't been announced yet, and the chairman wouldn't give specifics.
Paul has planned what he calls a "Rally for Liberty Delegates" for Sunday, Aug. 26, at the University of South Florida's Sun Dome. The arena seats 11,000 people, and the campaign is still trying to get a grasp on how many people will attend.
The Associated Press puts the number of Paul delegates at 160. That is obviously nothing compared to the 1,552 for Romney, which means his delegates will easily be able to control the party's platform.
Even so, Paul's campaign is still contesting delegates in Maine and Louisana. And regardless of what happen, Paul's supporters are very passionate. Paul himself has even acknowledged the potential for rowdiness. In a video posted on Paul's campaign website, he is seen encouraging supporters to keep a positive message, which he calls much more effective.
There is unquestioned agreement in GOP ranks on many of Paul's libertarian views like lower taxes, smaller government and accountability. But his more stringent ideas, like abolishing the Federal Reserve System, don't jive with mainstream Republican ideas and aren't likely to be added into the GOP platform.
Priebus says he doesn't expect "much change in the platform" from years past. He says the platform will use past platforms as a guideline and will focus on taxes, debt reduction, energy and other core Republican values.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is in charge of the GOP platform committee, which will meet Monday and Tuesday in Tampa.
I wont vote for anyone the RNC has shoved down my throat,Plus they used the Democraps tatic of moving votes around to make Mitt the Winner.I will write in Ron paul or my dog cather
Well another vote for Obama. Consider this if you take ALL of the votes in all the states Ron Paul (who I really like) received very few for a whole, he did take 3-5 states but there is 50 or 57 as Obama says. He was defeated which I did not like but he was defeated by the most. A vote for anybody besides Romney is a vote for Obama -- do you really want that?
Another vote for slavery.
" Hey fellow slave, if your a good little dog you and I will only get kicked 8 times today instead of 10 times. So come on and be a good little dogy and vote for 8 !! You standing up for whats right will only get us all kicked 10 times !!"
"He who would trade freedom for security is a coward and deserves neither"-Ben Frank
I don't and am voting for Romney.My candiate would Scott Walker, but Romney is 100% better than left-wing, socialist-communist, lover of Islam Obama.
Obama said 47, but who's counting...No...I want people to vote for whoever they deem the right choice for this country, and it's not Mitt or Obama(IMO)...that's why I'm voting for Paul....This mind set of , "we'll make a change next election", it's got to stop....NOW is the time for change....NOW!!!I can turn your words and point to you and all others that are going to vote for Mitt, that you are the one's that will get Obama re-elected....