Ron Paul to Upset GOP Establishment at Convention
Grant J. Kidney— Ron Paul has yet to win a single state due to intensive voter fraud leveled up against him by the establishment. But despite his losses, Paul may still play a very prominent role at the GOP convention this summer.
Despite not winning any of the nine voting states thus far, Paul has amassed a significant number of delegates that will carry over with him to the convention.
Ron Paul’s campaign manager, John Tate, has recently stated, “We are confident that when all is said and done and some of these caucus states finish their process that we will end up with either a good plurality or a majority of the delegates out of Maine, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, possibly Colorado.”
GOP officials may cringe at the idea of Ron Paul playing a pivotal role at their fancy little sideshow of an event to take place in Florida, but Paul’s supporters are just way too enthusiastic for Republicans to shut out entirely.
If the GOP convention is ‘brokered’, Paul may still have a shot at becoming the party’s nominee. However, any serious analysis of how blatant the establishment is in keeping Ron Paul swept beneath the rug, the odds of such becoming a reality are incredibly low.
Ron Paul has been outspoken on his opposition to America’s wars abroad. Even now, the establishment is second guessing itself over the issue of war with Iran. General Martin E. Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has recently warned that a strike on Iran could prove devastating to the United States. Are Ron Paul’s words finally beginning to sink in?
Candidate Rick Santorum is just too much of a nutter to attract a significant portion of votes in the general election- and Mitt Romney may just be at the end of his rope in terms of how his own party is beginning to turn against him. Will Ron Paul finally gain some traction where all others have failed?
Expect a massive Ron Paul turn out at this summer’s GOP convention. Chances are, Ron Paul’s people will be much more enthusiastic than all of the senior citizens and middle-aged nobodys who usually turn out for Romney, Santorum, and Gingrich.