TMOT illustrates commitment:
For those of you who haven't heard, the Ron Paul campaign announced that it would not be spending money in the primary states, but focusing its resources on the delegate process in states where delegates could be gained in open, parliamentary process. This strategy has proven to be very successful. Let's just say Mitt is having to spend some money on lawyers to try to handle all the upsets. Why would he do that if he's got it in the bag?
What's going on is that Ron Paul supporters are using Robert's Rules of Order in conjunction with vibrant attendance, not only to vote for Ron Paul delegates to advance to the state, and then national delegate levels. Equally important is that Ron Paul activists are becoming duly elected into Republican Party leadership positions. You see, the vast, vast majority of political junkies only follow national politics by listening to Rush or Shammity or FoxNews. These outlets never, ever tell their listeners how local poltics work or how their listeners can really influence policy in America at the local level. Isn't that interesting? All the b*tching and moaning about liberals, but these tools never once did a little research to give you real solutions to any of it. Just vote for the chosen RNC candidate and everything will be great! What? They didn't reduce the government? It the the fault of those pesky liberals!! What? They voted for Medicare Part D? Well, they were pressured in to it because if they didn't, they wouldn't be invited to the cocktail parties and the media would laugh at them. That's the kind of crappy explanations that Rush Limbaugh would dole out when the conservatives we'd been pulling for would sell us out.
I've had enough. I've got enough sense to realize that Obama and Romney are employees of the same institution - central banking. The nice organization that is underwriting the TSA, unnamed, armed drones, etc-- basically world-wide tyranny. I won't be apart of it - get me?