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dirtdigger
02-04-2012, 06:13 PM
According to this report, Ron Paul's campaign is soft towards Romney's campaign.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/for-paul-and-romney-a-strategic-alliance-between-outsider-and-establishment/2012/01/20/gIQAf8foiQ_story.html

Campaign, please note: you need to play to win and sometimes, you will come second or third. If you play to get second place, then you will ensure that RP finishes last and only by chance gets the third place once in a while.

You need to change the strategy and ATTACK Romney and eat into his share of votes.

fuzzybekool
02-04-2012, 06:20 PM
Ron Paul is fighting for DELEGATES to the convention. Popular votes do not matter. The MSM has an agenda to promote to the sheeple a misunderstanding of how the nominee is chosen. Popular votes do not matter much except in the 1st round of voting at the convention because delegates are committed to the top voter getter, but Ron Paul's strategy is to keep Romney from gaining enough delegates for an outright win in the 1st round, which means a brokered convention and delegates are then free to vote for whom they want and we got tons of delegates going to the convention. Ron Paul campaign is doing it the right way considering the GOP establishment, the sheeple, and the corporate media all trying to marginalize his candidacy.