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Here's How Paul Wins! And How Romney Loses! - May 21,2012

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Here's How Paul Wins! And How Romney Loses! - May 21,2012

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Aletter that was written by Jennifer Sheehan, the RNCs legal council in 2008, which appears to state that no state delegate to the GOP convention is bound by his state to vote for a particular candidate. Romneys support has proven so shallow and Pauls so deep that, all over the country, at GOP meetings in which delegates are selected to represent a county at the state convention or a state at the national convention, there are too many Paulites in the room to allow pro-Romney party officials to get their favored slates pushed through without underhanded shenanigans. This is having important effects. The most immediately important of these is that, in states where delegates are bound to vote for the candidate who won the states primary vote (often Romney), the delegates who care enough to actually participate in the process are Paul supporters, and they are selecting Paul-favoring delegates. For example, whereas of the 28 delegates that Nevada will be sending to Tampa, eight are bound to Paul and 20 are bound to Romney, 14 of Romneys 20 are really Ron Paul supporters whod only be voting for Romney because they are "bound" to. And in Colorado, where 14 delegates are bound to Romney, and only two to Paul, what the official numbers dont say is that the 16 uncommitted are probably all Paul supporters. So if the Paul supporters were not bound, they may indeed have the numbers, and therefore the means, to stop Romney in the first round of voting. But would they have the chutzpah to unbind themselves -- and a reasonable expectation that if they caused such creative chaos, the outcome could be favorable? I think they do -- courtesy of the GOP itself.Republican | president | ron paul girl | Mitt Romney | Media Lies