Perhaps I misunderstood, then, because I thought the "Greater New Orleans Republicans" were protesting the fact that they were not able to cheat Ron Paul.
CORRECT, from DailyPaul. Read the comments, they are having a field day with the batshit crazy excuses of their low voter turnout:
ROTFL...! The Greater New Orleans Repubs are Pissed and wants to fire everyone...!http://www.dailypaul.com/229762/fotfl-the-greater-new-orleans-repubs-are-pissed-and-wants-to-fire-everyone?page=1
Submitted by oceanoz on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 18:28
Greater New Orleans Republicans Call For Resignation of Republican Party of Louisiana Leadershiphttp://www.joingnor.com/default.html
Submitted by jason_burns on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 19:35. Permalink
"Several members of GNOR ran in the caucus, and GNOR, along with the Romney Campaign, attempted to motivate Republican voters to turn out. However, sparse and obscure voting locations, morning voting hours, scheduling during the Zurich Classic, Jazz Fest and Legislative Session, combined with setting the caucus so late in the Primary season that all major challengers to Mitt Romney had dropped out, made it all but impossible to offer voters a rationale to caucus."
So they are using sparse and obscure voting locations as an excuse? Morning voting hours? What? LOL. How do the explain the huge turnout for Ron Paul? Only Ron Paul supporters wake up early in the morning? Only Paul supporters know how to use a GPS, look at a map, or ask for directions? WHAT!!! If voters didn't know Romney had some competition, blame it on the media blackout!
I have enjoyed reading and responding to the comments
Submitted by LynnDear on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 19:18. Permalink
They changed the dates, the rules, and still lost.
One comment that I did respond to was that Ron Paul voters cheated. They said how could he get so many votes when he did poorly during the primary. My response, is that it is amazing how well he does on paper ballots with multiple witnesses available when the counting is down. The LAGOP has already decided who it wants to win and makes rules to try and ensure that it happens. Just like 2008. Well this time they lost, but still I am on guard.
As a citizen of the great State of Louisiana, and a
Submitted by BMWJIM on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 18:42. Permalink
Republican party member for 34 years, I am appalled at the New Orleans GOP. What arrogant idiots. Don't they realize the GREAT PLEASURE I gained with this ass whipping the party took last Saturday. They want to deny me the choice of FREEDOM and keep me a slave. They want me to not laugh at their games and cheating four years ago. Screw them. They haven't seen anything yet.
What is going to embarass Jindahl is when we completely take over the LAGOP. He is nothing but a STATUS QUO pawn within the system. They ALL, must go!.
As far as Mittens goes, who really cares if he is embarrased. He embarrasses me every time his LYING face shows up on the MSM.
Republican for 40 years
Submitted by LynnDear on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 19:36. Permalink
But I am so upset with the LAGOP for all the trickery of 2008. They have no right to complain. And our Governor instructed voters to vote for Romney for a UNIFIED ticket against Obama. Really bad timing since most teachers that I talked to are so angry with him that they will do the opposite.
As a republican I will never apologise for voting for Ron Paul. And I will not feel guilty.
One of the statements in the news letter link...
Submitted by oceanoz on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 18:38. Permalink
"This odd and undemocratic result unfortunately will embarrass and distract Governor Jindal, as he labors to pass his Legislative agenda, and presumed Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, as he clinches the nomination and turns his attention to defeating President Barack Obama. "
Odd and undemocratic? Embarrass Jindal? Pfff...Jindal is a sorry joke hurting us all in Louisiana.
The way I see it is if the
Submitted by October2007 on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 21:14. Permalink
The way I see it is if the media would've done its job by truthfully reporting on Ron Paul's 2012 campaign, the vast majority of the popular vote across the country would've gone to Ron Paul and this GOP crybaby would've had nothing to complain about.
But since the political and media establishment is purposefully trying to blackout the campaign, I say "EAT IT!"
We're going to get Ron Paul nominated whether they like it or not.
Submitted by Truthbearer on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 21:03. Permalink
..will set you free!
Free of the babalonian clutches that have been the cause of this country's endless wars and crashing economy.
This is good:
"Today’s debacle clearly lies at the feet of State Party leaders, who with combined arrogance and incompetence, ignored warnings that the Byzantine system they had conjured could be manipulated, ignored calls for unity and common sense, and instead caused the State of Louisiana, Governor Jindal and likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney embarrassment. They should own up to their misdeeds and resign."
We see romney resigning over other exposures that are still coming. Lol...
They should all resign along with the rest of these criminals that are perpetuating the hoax that the romney is the most popular republican candidate. It is so very obvious to everyone that those numbers conjured up by the tainted vote rigging machines are only numbers on a machine that the lame stream media uses to distort the truth to fan the hoax that he is winning. The machine numbers will not work or prove to be more than those that will actually show up to vote for Ron Paul.
This is also why the media is spinning for any news that points to the romney lead. It is not there like the massive amounts of proof that it is there for Ron Paul. The evil blackout continues. Same thing with the soeterobama. No one wants to go see these puppets anywhere any more as the numbers of Ron Paul supporters grow every day.
They broke the third rule in a crisis situation...
Submitted by bcfast on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 20:30. Permalink
They moved too soon! (Sorry about the Arnold quotes LOL)
THIS just may be the way the GOPs of the various states try to overthrow the delegate process!! "Clearly, it's not the will of the people because Ron Paul only got 6% in the general...". They cooked the vote counting and use those crooked numbers to argue against the honest voting of delegates!! Watch out everyone, the GOP scumbags are coming up with new ways to cheat!!!
Whats funny is
Submitted by MadThrillz on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 20:27. Permalink
Whats funny is they even mention the "unity slate" which aims to share Gingrich and Santorum delegates with Romney as an attempt at shutting out Ron Paul and they think that Paul supporters are the ones who screwed the process? What a bunch of sore loser crybabies. Ron Paul only got 6% of the popular vote because the popular vote in most cases is rigged. Its Romney who has the unfair advantage with his billions of dollars in big bank money. If Romney couldn't even take the caucus with such an advantage than too bad. WAHHHHH WAHHHHH listen to them cry! lol
Any critical thinking
Submitted by Forever Liberty on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 20:28. Permalink
Any critical thinking Republican must see that they are being lied to by the establishment GOP. There are clearly two story lines here and one of them doesn't jive. They are incredibly dense. They are digging their own graves. By way of the horse driven carriage.
Lighten Up Greater New Orleans Republicans
Submitted by coolwise on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 19:58. Permalink
We are only here for one main goal, that is to beat Obama this November and put the best Republican nominee to the White House, that is Ron Paul. You can't do it by putting someone that is no different Obama and can't draw big enthusiastic crowds, to win the Presidency