Rand Paul Endorses Romney

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney for President yesterday, less than 24 hours after his father, Texas Congressman Ron Paul sent out an email to supporters acknowledging that he does not have enough delegates to win the GOP nomination.

The Bayshore Tea Party Group and the Monouth County Tea Party Coalition are calling for the elder Paul to disown his son.

Posted: June 8th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Presidential Politics, Bayshore Tea Party Group | Tags: , , , | 9 Comments »

9 Comments on “Rand Paul Endorses Romney”

  1. Simply Right said at 8:40 am on June 8th, 2012:

    Barbara Gonzalez was just standing on top of the Joe Azzolina bridge.

  2. Gene B. said at 2:25 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    The Romney support by Rand was probably orchestrated by a co-ordinated effort between the Paul and Romney campaigns.

    The Paul campaign has been quiet about this. But it sure has torn up a large chunk of his followers.

    It was Ron Paul’s consistent and unshakeable Constitutional message that brought together his massive support – perhaps the largest grassroots campaign in the history of America.

    That’s why it makes no sense that Ron Paul would betray a lifetime of commitment. I do not believe that he would betray the 500 or so delegates that he was planning to take to Tampa. Nor does it make sense for Rand to endorse Mitt because Rand has been consistent in his support of his father’s program.

    We probably won’t know what happened unless and until we hear an explanation from Ron Paul himself.

  3. Truth said at 3:47 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    500 delegates to Tampa? Paul has 118 so far, with 40 more up for grabs, in winner-take-all Utah. I’m sure he can beat Romney in Utah and take 40 more, bringing him to 158. At least he’d move in 3rd place, past Gingrich.

  4. @Gene B said at 6:46 pm on June 8th, 2012:


    You’re acting as delusional as Bayshore Barb with her endorsement of Ron Paul & Badar what’s his name.

  5. Gene B. said at 8:39 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    I usually don’t respond to name calling and empty words…especially from those who hide behind masks. But I happened to have the link in my clipboard.

    So, here is one of the sources of my information from the comment. If you want more sources, you have access to the same search engines as I do, but it would be useless because you will only believe what you want.

    Now, I suppose you will argue that your name calling has more credibility than one of my sources…


  6. TR said at 9:34 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    “perhaps the largest grassroots campaign in the history of America.”

    Now that is kool aide delusional .

  7. Tom Stokes said at 10:24 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    OK, I think we need to start backing down on attacks on those whom we will need if we are to be successful in November in defeating the Socialist in the White House.

    Yes, he was a member of the Acorn created socialist “New Party” and joined on January 11, 1996 when he ran for State Senate in Illinois. Since the “New Party” was not an officially “recognized” party by the state, he can claim he only ran as a democrat.

    The factual written documentation uncovered by a National Review writer clearly shows that the current President was a member of, and supporter of, the socialist “New Party” in 1996. The “New Party” wanted European style socialism adopted by the government here in America.

    More to come on this story.

    As for the circular firing squads we seem to like, enough already. We do not need to injure those who should be, and hopefully, will be, our allies in fighting to preserve our constitutional Republic.

    There is just too much at stake here, for our children, for our grandchildren, to do otherwise.

  8. Truth said at 11:35 pm on June 8th, 2012:

    So your source in that article must be this:

    “When it is all said and done, we will likely have as many as 500 supporters as delegates on the Convention floor,” Paul said in his message to supporters

    I guess I can also send a message to my 5 supporters telling them that we’ll likely have 500 delegates at the Monmouth GOP convention on Tuesday.

    But truth is he has 118 delegates as of last Tuesday’s primaries.

  9. Read the bottom line please... said at 5:35 pm on June 10th, 2012:

    A “doctor” who is certified by an optometry board he invented endorses a man who gives millions to a religion that was invented! Randy and Mittens- perfect together.