Thursday, June 14, 2012

What should be done in Tampa?

"What should be done in Tampa?", is a really confusing question.

Now it seems that this Rand Paul endorsement split the movement in half and therefore the delegates.

Rand Paul did say that Ron Paul would have around 1,000 delegates at the convention but really since the movement split in half it is really 500 delegates now (at the most).

Even though the delegates may split to only 500 delegates, this doesn't kill the movement it only shows that half the movement would easily turn their back on liberty.

Rand Paul's endorsement is the best thing that ever happened to the Liberty Movement because now we know who is actually in the Liberty Movement.

Since there may only be 500 delegates in Tampa that are truly in the Liberty Movement; I would tell them to vote for Ron Paul.

Every delegate in the Liberty Movement needs to vote for Ron Paul even if you are bound because this will just show that not even force can make you vote for Romney.

This to me is seen as "respective"; the best thing you can to is respect yourself, and not vote for Romney. Ron Paul wants a respective audience in Tampa, well fine they will vote for the person who "respects" the Constitution.

This is what needs to happen in Tampa, if it is only 100 delegates; this still shows how big the Ron Paul Revolution really is.

Liberty is an idea whose time as come, and not even the political suicide of Ron Paul could kill the idea of Liberty.


Brandon Immel is the Editor, Writer, and Reporter for Lemon Global. He is currently running for Ohio's 98th District State Representative for 2014 and is the Director of an Ohio based Protest Organization Group called Pro-(1)ne.

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