Sunday, April 29, 2012

The joke is on the GOP RINO's

HOUSTON—Around 4,500+ people came out to hear Ron Paul speak at a town hall meeting at the University of Houston Friday evening. Despite being behind Mitt Romney in delegates, Paul's campaign is moving forward.

Take a look at this video. Paul is catching up to Romney in the delegate count.

Romney really has: 601 __ Paul really has: 391 __ Santorum really has: 197 __ Gingrich really has: 77
When Santorum officially dropped out the delegate count is like this

Romney: 661 __ Paul: 518 __ Gingrich: 87

Everybody 'poopooed' Warren G Harding in 1920 -  but he walked into the convention with the lest amount of delegates and walked out with the nomination !

And...ALL of the undeclared delegates aren't even counted yet.

You can believe what you like, but the delegate count for Paul is raising steady.

Harding was selected to deliver the nominating speech for William Howard Taft in 1912, an event that brought the newspaperman national attention. He worked hard during the ensuing campaign, attacking Theodore Rooseveltand the Bull Moose Party as political traitors. This newly won prominence, plus Daugherty’s maneuverings, yielded a Senate seat for Harding in 1914. He made little impact as a legislator, but dependably supported Henry Cabot Lodge on most foreign affairs issues, backed the interests of big business and paid lip service to the cause of prohibition.

In 1920, Harding entered several early Republican presidential primaries; he fared poorly and wanted to drop out of the race, but was encouraged to remain by his wife and Daugherty. That summer, the convention was unable to deliver a majority vote to either of the front runners and turned to Harding as a compromise candidate due in a large part to Daugherty’s skill and hard work. Senator Lodge proved to be pivotal by influencing other political pros in the infamous "smoke-filled" Chicago hotel room and delivered the nomination to the Ohioan on the 10th ballot.

The campaign in 1920 harked back to those of Benjamin Harrison and William McKinley, in which a confident candidate remained at home and eager delegations were brought to him. Harding greeted his followers from his front porch and pledged to return the nation to “normalcy” — music to the ears of many exhausted by World War I and Wilsonian internationalism.

History has a way of repeating it's self. You watch.

Ron Paul jokes:

"How's this for an endorsement? Prostitutes at the world-famous Bunny Ranch Brothel in Nevada have endorsed Ron Paul for president. They said it was not an easy decision. They said it was hard to overlook Newt Gingrich's solid record of adultery, but still they had to go with Ron Paul." –Jay Leno

 "Ron Paul, of all people, is surging in the polls. When Mitt said, 'My gloves are coming off,' Ron Paul said, 'OK, my teeth are coming out.' And doctors have confirmed that Ron Paul is incapable of a sex scandal." –David Letterman

"Ron Paul is in favor of letting states legalize marijuana, prostitution, and cocaine. So even if he doesn't win, that's going to be one heck of an election night party." –Jay Leno

 "Ron Paul looks like one of your old relatives. The guy that keeps sending you the blank emails." –David Letterman

"Ron Paul's fake eyebrows are twitching." –from David Letterman's "Top Ten Signs the Candidates Have Debate Fatigue 
 "It's not a good week for Republican memories. Rick Perry forgot the name of the agency he wanted to cut. Herman Cain forgot there was a harassment settlement. And Ron Paul forgot he has no chance of winning." –Craig Ferguson

"If you're keeping score at home, they have now applauded executions at the Republican debate, they have cheered letting an uninsured man die, and they booed an active duty U.S. serviceman for being gay. I don’t know how you get to the right with this crowd but Ron Paul’s new campaign ad is just the Rodney King beating to the sound of children laughing." –Bill Maher

Ron Paul began thinking about the problems in America. First, he thought about our involvement in foreign wars and the loss of American lives overseas, and he cried a tear. Then, he thought about our loss of liberties at home, and he cried another tear. That’s why he’s called a second-tear candidate.

Why is Ron Paul in such good health at his age?
He has a strong Constitution.

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