Thursday, April 5, 2012

Hey Rick....What happened to your North Dakota Delegates?

H/T Doug NYC

Do you think they all may have realized, why go to Tampa representing a loser? Or is it ORGANIZATION, stupid?
Most of North Dakota’s 25 presidential convention delegates will trot off to Tampa this summer as supporters of current frontrunner former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. But how can that be? Just a few weeks ago North Dakota Republicans gathered in caucuses in every county in the state and (guess what?) handed former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick
Santorum a convincing win. The second spot went to Texas Congressman Ron Paul. And Romney, who was awarded all the state’s delegates at the convention? Where did the convention’s choice finish after caucus votes were counted? A distant third, that’s where.

The full story is HERE.

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Anonymous said...

Problem is that Santorum is learning and has made deals with Paul to block Romney in other caucus states. It will take a miracle ( like Santorum dropping out) for Mitt to get anywhere near the 25 delegates "in his column" in WA at the state convention in June. Paul is putting all his eggs in IA, ME, MN, CO, WA, MO and a couple others that have voted already (caucus) so he can win a plurality of delegates from at least five states and have his name on the ballot at the national convention. And it appears to be working, mostly at the expense of Santorum, but hurting Romney as well.

Anonymous said...

There was some fraud going on in Washington, they have video of one guy with at least 4 ballots in his hand - and he was wearing a Ron Paul sticker. So I think there will be some investigations. I do not think it's ok that any candidate walks away with more delegates than he earned, even if it is Romney - and I am a Romney fanatic. Right is just right.

Anonymous said...

Anon :52,

So you don't think that delegates have a right to change their minds when their candidate has a snowball's chance in hell of winning the nomination?

If what they did was legal, so be it.
If you don't like the results, then the ND GOP need to change the rules.

BOSMAN said...

All's fair in love, war, and POLITICS!

Machtyn said...

Delegate have a right to change their mind. Having 4 ballots for one person to "elect" a delegate is not right.

If you like the fraud, then we can keep Obama.

Anonymous said...

Hee hee.


Doug NYC GOP said...

Bos - Great job and I love your added "production values" - very funny adding the song clip.