In St. Charles County, which was to have been the biggest single prize of the day, the caucus was shut down before delegates were chosen after a boisterous crowd objected to how the meeting was being run, including an attempted ban on videotaping. Two supporters of presidential hopeful Ron Paul were arrested.
At other caucuses, participants gathered outdoors as the appointed locations turned out to be too small to accommodate crowds or waited for hours as organizers worked through procedural questions.
Even before the day’s events took a rancorous turn, state Republican officials said the winner of the caucus would not be officially known until next month. But with the confusion surrounding St. Charles, and many more delegates available in a pair of caucuses next weekend, the primary picture for Missouri may have only become murkier Saturday.
I have debated with Paulbots on many Facebook walls. There is a difference between a Paulbot and a Paul supporter.
A Paul supporter is someone who works within their local party for other candidates for Libertarianism -- Paul supporters can be found within Assembly District Committees helping build their local branch to support Libertarian leaning candidates. These folks I have no problem with.
A PaulBot does every political (and non political) thing for Ron Paul. Mind you, Ron Paul has never governed a state (as Governor Gary Johnson did) or ran a federal agency, so if Paul wants to run for POTUS, all I hear is talk.These people are not Libertarians, they are a member of the Cult of Personality like Obamabots or Scientologists.
For those PaulBots too stupid to understand what a Cult of Personality is, let me teach you:
Living Colour, Cult of Personality
Cult of Personality (Noun): a cult promoting adulation of a living national leader or public figure, as one encouraged by Stalin to extend his power.
In other words, PaulBots only promote Ron Paul, not Libertarianism.
To promote Libertarianism, that means you promote candidates who pursue freedom for all. A Libertarian Republican would stand up against Romney's blandness and Santorum's Social Conservatism.
Nope. PaulBots yell "Paul, Paul, Paul," like zombies.
I fight within the GOP and against Democrats when they err on the side of less freedom (Try being a club owner in Los Angeles if you want to deal with rules and regulations). PaulBots only fight for Ron Paul.
While Governor Gary Johnson governed as a Libertarian, the PaulBots refused to support him. Why? They are PaulBots first, Libertarians second.
If Paul jumps over to the Libertarian party this year, shouldn't the RNC kick his son out of the Party?
My question: Where are the Libertarian Republicans that are not PaulBots?