Is this Sabotage?
Did Ron Paul and his "lunatic" group plan to sabotage the coming RNC National Convention? If the group succeeds in disrupting the Convention, is Rand Paul part of the conspiracy when he pre-arranged his alibi in the mind of the public that he should not be held suspect because in fact he had endorsed Romney, not his father ...for the presidential nomination?
This forthcoming event is interesting to watch.
Also for the public to watch is what will become of Ron Paul and his group since the die is cast that there is no way he would ever get the nomination. Will they just wilt or simply wither in the vine?
In a television interview, Rand Paul answered this question with a WRONG answer. And here is why:
Rand said that his father’s followers who are mainly Libertarians on the fringe, should stay with the Republican Party and combine their agenda with that of the GOP to make the campaign Platform strong. But that’s impossible, to say the least. It is like oil and water that do not
Let’s cite some examples: The truth is, Ron Paul’s campaign to turn the country into a virtual recluse by withdrawing the United States from the United Nation, and withdrawing its role in global affairs, is not only a contradiction but also toxic to the GOP Platform that advocates for and in fact promotes the contrary.
RNC’s promise to enforce existing laws and regulations rather than legislate more laws and issue more regulations is opposed to Ron Paul’s advocacy to violate the FDA and TSA laws, all in the name of liberty and freedom, which is too weird to comprehend. Rand Paul learned from his father how to violate TSA laws and regulations. On record, he was detained in the airport for such violation.
On record also, Ron Paul urged farmers not only to drink unpasteurized raw milk but also produce and market raw milk and farm-produced milk products that spread the disease caused by Salmonella, E. Coli and Listeria into an epidemic, all in violation of the Federal Law [FDA].
In short, it will be a kiss of death for Romney if the Republican Party will not disassociate themselves from Ron Paul and his odd group that made this candidate from Texas repulsively "unelectable".
For Rand Paul to endorse Romney instead of his father, is no doubt suspicious and foreboding. His recommendation to put his father’s anti-U.S. extreme Libertarian agenda into the GOP Platform to derail the Republican campaign also sounds like a conspiracy to destroy the Republican Party.