Crazy Ass Paul Supporters Are Furious That They Aren’t Allowed To Seat Delegates Against the Will of the People
All throughout the Paulbot invasion, armed only with their rudeness and delusions, I tried to tell the hot pocket brigade that the huge flaw in their system gaming was that the majority of the voters would have stomped them into small piles of Reynold’s Wrap if the popular votes were dismissed and the nomination was simply handed to Shaky McShitstains.
What? Did they think their bratfests were as “tough as it could get”? Paul would have been body surfed, like the Ayatollah, into freeway traffic if he insisted he was the winner of the nomination. He had about as many popular votes as I had, and I didn’t run.
Well, the Paul dream is over. Even if Paul managed to survive the next four years (I understand they’ve made great advancements with Ensure and Boost) he can’t try and pull the same idiocy in 2016. The GOP has made some changes that would prevent a loser from being the winner. That sounds reasonable to me, but not to the Paultards, who, ironically, anointed Shaky the most principled man in the galaxy. I find his entire “Revolution” anything but. It was founded from the very beginning as a usurping of the popular vote getter.
TAMPA, Fla. — One of the biggest hits at Ron Paul’s pre-convention rally in Tampa was the speech of Maine Republican National committeewoman Ashley Ryan, elected earlier this year at a contentious Maine state convention. Ryan spoke to the crowd about the fact that her delegates weren’t seated last week.
“The credential committee used faulty logic to rule against my state’s duly elected delegates,” Ryan said. She called the actions taken by the rules committee “devastating.” The crowd went wild.
Also – Wisconsin Crying Man has nothing on this decrepit weeper:
The man was too emotional even to give his own name.
“I’m way too overwhelmed,” the man, an Arizona Paul delegate, said. He wore the typical Paul paraphernalia and looked to be in his sixties. “I’ve waited 40 years for this experience.” He had tears in his eyes. “Just put that I’m an unknown veteran that went through the hard times.”
Pressed on why he was so upset, he said: “Because this country is over if we don’t pull this off.”