The Libertarian doesn’t mention Romney during a visit to New York to promote his book. Suggests that New York could be a prime place for Ron Paul Republicans to make inroads.
The RNC made it look as though the Tea Party never happened. “They’re trying to help change the Republican Party from the inside,” says Cain.
This time, the Mainers were joined by delegates from several other states. It’s “unscripted, unlike that fiasco in there.”
Sununu unfazed by Paul rebellion at the convention. The party is “unified.”
Pat Kerby isn’t planning on coming back for “the coronation.” The Romney-bound delegate voted for Paul out of protest because of rules changes and the unseating of some Maine delegates.
The unseated Maine delegates didn’t get what they wanted, and the whole delegation walked out. Romney and Paul brass united in their irritation: They’re “acting like three-year-old children.”
Shouting match erupts between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney supporters as the convention unceremoniously votes on Rules, Credentials.
Paul’s last hurrah in Tampa ranged from Julian Assange to the Federal Reserve, a long and at times surprisingly bitter farewell. Compromise never paid dividends but, he promised his supporters, “we will become the tent.”
At a speech today in the Sun Dome at the University of South Florida ahead of the Republican convention, the Libertarian former Republican presidential candidate said if he had been in charge 9/11 wouldn’t have occurred. “Somebody — rather nationally —- said the other day on the Internet ‘if those Paul people had been in charge Osama Bin Laden would still be alive.’ But you know what I think the answer is? So would the 3000 people killed on 9/11 still be alive!”
The 21-year-old national commiteewoman from Maine channels the libertarian movement’s sense of betrayal. Sununu was “demeaning.”
Ron Paul’s legions are ready for war. But the party’s almost over, and they know it.
“We usually do flea markets and things like that.” There’s a certain logic to this.
No speaking slot, but the longtime Congressman will get a video tribute on Tuesday night. Will it placate his people?
In Iowa, the Paul contingent made the leap into establishment politics. A model for the Republican Party — or a cautionary tale?
In a letter being circulated today, 23 state party leaders demand that top party figures allow Paul supporters to go to Tampa. Allegations of “a deal by Mitt Romney’s campaign.”
Even outside the U.S., Paul’s devoted followers give Mitt a hard time.
Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollack, Thomas Kincaide. They’re garbage compared to Davo Dees’s Photoshop creations featuring chemtrails, Ron Paul, a fear of flouride in the drinking water, and other totally sound deology.
He is an OB/GYN, after all.
Paul delegates in Massachusetts had a particularly turbulent fight with Romney backers. In a video, they speak directly to the camera and promise to behave in Tampa.
A spokesman’s move seen as a concession to the libertarian wing of the Republican Party. Meanwhile, Romney plans a trip to Israel.
Spurred by what happened at other Republican state conventions, Nebraska will beef up security measures at its own next weekend.
Defending the Internet — and the corporations that invest in it — from government regulation is the new “End the Fed,” Paul advisors tell BuzzFeed exclusively. A new Paul manifesto: “This is our revolution.”
Campaigns, super PACs, and everyone else have churned out ads by the minute this election cycle. Here are some of the strangest.
Revealing photographs from the Republican primaries show the secret cabal controlling each candidate’s decisions. We know little about this group from a place called Equestria, other than that their main agenda appears to be “friendship”.
A group unaffiliated with the Paul campaign has sued the Republican party over its treatment Paul delegates. The Paul campaign is keeping its distance.
Feast your eyes on these unholy unions.
“I find it unacceptable that we cannot find a qualified American.” Chester Arthur’s legitimacy also in question.
“Mitt Is The Shit.” For Ron Paul: “Legalize Everything.”
From Kentucky to Texas, libertarian acolytes are poised to win primaries and take over their party. “We need reinforcements,” says Rand.