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Don't tell Paul's supporters the primary is over

• AP
Don't tell Ron Paul the Republican primary is over. He's too busy mucking up Mitt Romney's efforts to accumulate enough convention delegates to officially claim the GOP nomination for president.

Paul's supporters won control of state GOP conventions in Maine and Nevada last weekend, stripping Romney of delegates in Maine but graciously letting him keep the ones he won in Nevada's February caucuses. Next up: Republican state conventions in Minnesota, Missouri, Louisiana and Iowa.


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Comment by Joseph Vanderville
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No need to tell Ron Paul supporters that the primary is over. For Ron Paul, it was over long time ago. He is just still there scavenging for a role to play in the GOP campaign for Romney, against Obama. GOP had long ignored Ron Paul, and the RNC had already written him off.  Any Ron Paul association with Romney in the GOP campaign against Obama, is a virtual kiss of death. Surprisingly, Ron Paul propagandists are not that smart at all. They still don't get it. Flooding the front page with Ron Paul headlines amounts to nothing; this attempt to jump into the official Republican campaign for president doesn't change anything to connect Ron Paul  to Romney as part of the Romney team. The American public is aware that any connection with Ron Paul is lethal to Romney's campaign down the road to White House.

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