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    05-07-2016, 06:29 PM
    So the delegates DO have the final say so. Even if they didn't, they could change the rules making it their decision.
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    05-07-2016, 06:14 PM
    I thought it was the delegates who determine the VP nominee. From what I've always understood, the Presidential Nominee can "suggest" who they would prefer to run with them, but it is the delegates who vote for and determine who the VP nominee will be. I could be wrong about this, but if I'm not, then the delegates could vote for whomever they want. If they want Rand Paul, then they should put their money where there mouth is and get him nominated for the spot. He could always reject the nomination or win if he wanted.
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It must be me.

by Dary on 01-09-2016 at 11:23 PM
It must be me.

For the longest time I thought, “What is wrong with these people?”.

I would hear the candidate that I supported quote the golden rule only to be booed and that question would go through my head.

I would hear the candidate that I supported point out the stupidity of shooting down Russian jets only to hear the next candidate, competing with the other warmongers, claim that he was looking forward to it.

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