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ProBlue33
02-07-2008, 12:51 PM
If Mitt is out, this means that Mitt delagates are not bound anymore, NEW MISSION, do not allow McCain get all the delegates before the convention

SonicInfinity
02-07-2008, 12:52 PM
Nope. Romney will support McCain, and all his delegates will go to him.

jointhefightforfreedom
02-07-2008, 12:53 PM
If Mitt is out, this means that Mitt delagates are not bound anymore, NEW MISSION, do not allow McCain get all the delegates before the convention

Mitt is not OUT only suppended which means he keeps his delegates unless he officially drops out!

Velastor2
02-07-2008, 12:53 PM
If he does endorse McCain his delegates become unbound....they do not have to support who he endorses.

terlinguatx
02-07-2008, 12:54 PM
They should

acptulsa
02-07-2008, 12:55 PM
If Huckabee and Paul take all remaining states, these two alone can take the nomination. Meanwhile, if Huckabee and Paul take all remaining states, McCain and Romney do not have enough combined delegates to take the nomination.

Real conservatives need to be schooled in this right now! I have the following on conservativevoice.com and slate.com, and you are free to do something similar to your heart's content:

McCain can't win the general election. He cannot beat the Democrats at their own game. The war is the only position he has that significantly differs from theirs, and it is the one most Democratic-leaning voters hold most dear.

If we want to win in November, McCain must not be the nominee. It is that simple. If we do not rally against McCain we can kiss November good-bye.

Perhaps neither Huckabee nor Paul looks like much to you right now, but either stands a better chance in the general election, particularly against Clinton, than the spendthrift warhawk. And perhaps the best possibility of all is a combined ticket in which the two men soften each other's less conventional positions. This would have the effect of drawing not only those strong on defense (both men are, after all, even if they are lukewarm at most concerning the present quagmire), and the other two legs of the Reagan Coalition are very strongly represented. Best of all, if either Huckabee or Paul wins each remaining contest, they have between them a sufficient number of delegates to do the deed. Even combined, McCain and Romney, at present, do not.

Victory in November is dependent on ignoring (not parroting, as I see this site doing at present) the liberal media's rush to coronate McCain. They may find cause to have us follow that lead, but we surely will not gain from it.

ProBlue33
02-07-2008, 12:58 PM
If Mitt just suspends to keep his delegates for the convention to swing to McCain that sucks for the delegates, do they have to do that. What if your a Morman who is a delegate who voted for Mitt and hates McCain, can they force you to vote for someone you hate?