Aug 30, 2012
The GOP is fractured after the party denied Ron Paul his right to speak and to petition delegates for his candidacy at the Republican National Convention.
The GOP simply changed rules at the last minute to deny Ron Paul the states he won and let Mitt Romney slide right on through to a presidential nomination.
Anger erupted at the Republican Party National Convention as the unseated Ron Paul delegates left the Republican National Convention in protest of the sham.
When Speaker John Boehner asked for audible Aye and Nay votes from delegates, the Nay votes were louder. Unconcerned, Boehner blatantly declared "The ayes have it" to the loud boos of the angry audience (video below).
Boehner had read word-for-word from the teleprompter, so it was GOP leadership who pre-determined the verdict, regardless of what the actual votes would be. Flagrant. Willful. Deceitful. Disgusting.
Plainly, clearly, sadly and needlessly, the Republican Party has forfeited all of its remaining credibility and trust.
The GOP as we knew it is gone, as Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan roll in their graves.
Conservative voters are now urged to join either the Libertarian Party or the Constitution Party and double their efforts in working and voting toward what is right for America.
The following video from the Republican National Convention is not just embarrassing and shocking, it is maddening.
GOP Convention Fraud Outrage