GOP glad to rid themselves of Ron Paul supporters, the move to Libertarian Party
Yesterday the Republican Party elected Mitt Romney as their presidential nominee at their national convention happening
Voting delegates at the convention voted for Romney by a landslide and Ron Paulreceived a significant number of votes and to a much lesser extent, other Republicans who had dropped or suspended their campaigns.
(read more at the original site.) Before yesterday’s nomination process began,
Republican Party chairman, Reince Priebus
was calling Mitt Romney the nominee facing Barack Obama ignoring the fact he had not yet been elected to be the Republican Party’s nominee. Other Republican Party officials did the same before a vote had been cast. Rather than be impartial, as most feel they should be, these Republican Party officials clearly had, and publicly voiced, bias against other nominees in favor of Mitt Romney.
Ron Paul delegates were the most vocal on the convention floor during the nomination process even shouting “Ron Paul” over other Republicans shouting “USA.” Eventually Ron Paul supporters walked off the convention floor in protest. By all measures the Republican Party completely disrespected Ron Paul and his supporters.
Ron Paul and his supporters have been a thorn in the side of the Republican Party since before Paul ran for president in 2008 and as Paul’s support around the country grew over the last four years to millions of Americans, the thorn was festering within the GOP. The GOP has been at the brunt of many Ron Paul verbal confrontations as Paul exposes the many instances elected Republicans vote against the Republican Party platform and tagline of smaller government. Paul will be highly critical of …
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