Civil War in Tampa?
Just another little Ron Paul rally?
In just one week, a path-breaking GOP convention will take place in Tampa, Florida. A new guardian of the U.S. Constitution will be selected by the state delegates to defeat Obama and spend the next four years in the White House. But this convention promises to be very different.
You may have caught a glimpse of the power struggle between the RNC and Ron Paul delegates to unseat the Congressman in numerous states in order to block him from nomination at the convention, but you have likely been kept in the dark about the extent to which the Republican establishment is breaking the rules. While there is little doubt that Dr. Paul is a formidable enemy of the political establishment, there is still hope that justice will prevail in Tampa.
If you've been relying on the official media channels for election information, you are probably not aware of the massive revolution that is taking place at the precinct, county, and State levels. You may have been told that the party is squarely behind Mitt Romney, and that the delegation will merely rubber-stamp the States' preference polls, have a good time, and go home. Or you may be aware that Dr. Paul is still in the race, but may have been led to believe that he has a small but vocal following. You may even have been convinced that Dr. Paul's strict adherence to the Constitution is dangerous. From the viewpoint of the tyrant, the Constitution is dangerous. But that's another story.
In my previous article "Lessons from the Ron Paul Blackout," I exposed thoroughly researched documentation which demonstrates a massive Ron Paul blackout - which those in the trenches have known about for a long time. But this article concerns something even more sinister. If you've been spoon-fed the official news, you didn't know that party operatives have been rigging the state conventions like third-world dictators in favor of their establishment candidate. You also didn't know that support for Dr. Paul outside of establishment circles is mind-boggling.
So allow me to set the record straight.
If you still believe that a clean election is taking place in the GOP primary, here's a news flash for you:
Currently a federal lawsuit is taking place against the RNC that seeks to officially clarify the right of delegates to vote their conscience on the first ballot under the Voter Rights Act. And it looks like the delegates have won. Even if an official ruling is not achieved before the convention, the right to a free election already exists. A declaration, however, would smooth the convention's election process. Dr. Paul is not a party to the lawsuit.Continued on the next page