From: "Virginians for Life" <email@example.com>
Date: June 18, 2012, 6:43:06 PM EDT
Subject: Ron Paul Delegate's Lawsuit Analysis
Reply-To: "Virginians for Life" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Below is the spot on analysis of the Ron Paul Delegate's lawsuit by my political mentor Mike Rothfeld.
I almost quit politics in the 1990s until I met Mike.
He convinced me that the problem was not politics but me.
I was a well-intentioned part of the problem.
Some of you met Mike in Richmond on Saturday.
No the lawsuit is stupid.
And there isn't that much "corruption."
And the Republican Party damn sure can tell delegates they are bound by primaries and it is none of the feds' freakn business as the party is a PRIVATE organization and makes its own damn rules. And the delegates ARE bound in states like Virginia, and that IS fair. So tough shit for poor RP sheeple that can get it through their heads that Ron does NOT command a majority of virtually any demographic.
And I don't believe in electing people of "integrity."
I believe in forcing integrity by having overwhelming numbers.
Sorry for tone, but I am a bit tired of the cwazy wabbits.
Monday, February 17, 2014
What Ron Paul Inc. Really Thinks About Ron Paul Supporters
EPJ has been supplied with the following 2012 email, which discusses a then-lawsuit that was planned by Ron Paul delegates. The Mike Rothfeld referenced is the one that Dennis Fusaro discussed in his recent interview about Ron Paul Inc. Highlights in the below email are mine.