Paulbots not Programmed with Class

(Yeah, right.  The Liberty Slate just wants to affect the Platform.  Believe that, and I have a Bridge in Brooklyn I want to sell you. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro)

A speech Mitt Romney’s son gave at the state Arizona Republican Party convention was cut short by booing supporters of GOP presidential hopeful and rival Ron Paul.

The Arizona Republic reports jeers from the crowded forced Josh Romney to stop repeatedly as he spoke Saturday at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix to build support within the party for his father, the presumed Republican presidential nominee.

The paper says the crowd erupted in boos and cheers at the end of Josh Romney’s speech, cutting him short. He was telling the crowd to select delegates for his father just before leaving the stage

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Again, I have never seen this in an election. Far from uniting the party, the Paul supporters seem like a bunch of kids that only will show up if their guy gets the nomination.

More tin foil hats:…

With 11 states now in the books for Paul, to Romney’s 18 and only 11 states left to start their primary or caucus process, Ron Paul has seemingly “stolen” enough delegates in the undecided states and will likely gain enough in states to come, virtually assuring a brokered convention at the RNC in August.

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  • Vote3rdpartynow

    I knew Ron Paul supporters would never stop supporting their candidate, but I didn’t think they would try and sobotage another canddiate’s campaign.  It seems that Ron Paul supporters are simply Occupiers with a small government philosophy.  

  • MerrimackMan

    Supposedly we really need the Paulists for Volunteers, but it doesn’t seem they can even play nice with one of the most generic Republicans around.

  • Republican Ram Rod Radio
  • I’m tired of hearing of paulbots… how about a nice analysis of the various state rep. seats?

  • Chan McCao

    You called me a tin foil hat and us a bunch of “paulbots” so I didn’t expect you to care so much about civility.

    It’s amazing to me that people like you (the people to call other names) still exist but I have no problem with it.  God created you that way and it’s final.

    President Paul is such an old man but he seems to have a bigger and harder pair than you.  He’s for maximum freedom and Liberty, maximum 2nd Amendment, maximum state rights, and maximum everything it seems.  I even saw him got on an SUV and didn’t bother to put on a seat belt.  That’s why people like him and they can be crazy about it but nobody got hurt.  The Romney people actually hit one of the “paulbots”.

    It was just a little bit of disorderness so don’t let that bother you too much.  They’re young and angry because of that huge debt they have to shoulder.  I would just hang out on virtual space and call them names liberally.  We’re for maximum freedom of speech so it’s ok.

    But Mr. Eno may just be a bit indignant and boot you.  This is no way to unite the party.


    Paul will retire from the House at the end of this year, and his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, is widely expected to run for president in 2016 as a Republican. Against that backdrop, the Paul high command worries about Pyrrhic victories: hostile takeovers at state conventions that win hordes of delegates but generate a backlash that could hurt the younger Paul in four years and prevent up-and-coming libertarians from obtaining positions of leadership in local parties.

    And here’s an interesting nugget at the end of the piece:

    Forty-five percent of Paul supporters said they would vote for Romney in the general election, and 39 percent said they would vote to reelect Obama.

    Who’s for uniting the party again?