RNC Rule #38 & The REAL Republican Delegate Count (sans Media Liars)
From Ken Adachi
May 24, 2012
RNC Rule #38 & The REAL Republican Delegate Count (sans Media Liars) (May 24, 2012)
I was very happy to receive this e-mail today from Chris Jones, a former web master for Ted Gunderson. Every time you hear a news segment on AM radio that talks about Mitt Romney being just a few delegates away from locking up the Republican nomination for Presidnet in 2012 ( never mentioning Ron Paul's name, of course), remember that you are listening to ORCHESTRATED, Zionist-controlled media lies intended to leave you with the impression that it's a Done Deal for The Suit and it's just a matter of going through the formality of the Republican convention to place the crown on hs head. However, you can see from the actual delegate count shown below, that Romney doesn't have it locked up and despite the Romney camp's efforts to strong arm and actually STEAL Republican primaries and caucuses, the Ron Paul numbers are still growing steadily and he may pull off a miracle at the Republican National Convention this Summer. I will continue to think and imagine that this scenario will unfold (and you should too).
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Subject: The real 2012 Delegate Count
Date: Thu, May 24, 2012
To: Ken Adachi
As of 5/24/12, the real delegate count is:
Romney = 541 [60.5%]
Paul = 186 [20.8%]
Santorum = 143 [15.9%]
Newt = 24 [2.6%]
[Total delegates here= 894]
http://www.thereal2012delegatecount.com/ (go to this web site to see the USA map and click on each state for the delegate counts)
Repulican National Converntion Rule # 38, "Unit Rule"
Download the Republican National Convention Rules here ( http://educate-yourself.org/cn/RNC2008_RULES_Adopted.pdf )
RULE NO. 38
"No delegate or alternate delegate shall be bound by any attempt of any state or Congressional district to impose the unit rule."
The Real 2012 Delegate Count for the Republican Primaries & Caucuses
Why "The Real 2012 Delegate Count""? The answer should be obvious. The mainstream media is simply not accurately covering the race for delegates in the Republican contest for President. In fact, if you watch network news you would believe that the Republican contest is over. It is not.
At this site we are committed to covering the Republican race for delegates by explaining which candidates have committed delegates in which states. We do not "guess" on how many delegates candidates have. We track the results of state conventions where actual delegates are awarded and we report those results without bias or favor.
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Update: May 23, 9:15 PM Georgia delegate numbers shake out like this. Romney takes 66 of 76 delegates while Paul takes 10 national delegates to the RNC
Update: May 23, 5:20 PM Romney takes 22 of 30 voting delegates in Michigan. Paul takes 8 http://www.michiganstandard.com/277/saul-anuzis-is-out-ron-paul-picks-up-national-delegates/
Update: May 21, 4:15 PM Virginia Congressional Districts are complete. Paul takes 17 of 33, Romney takes 16. The final 16 delegates TBD June 16
Update: May 21, 4:00 PM EDT Vermont State Convention, Romney takes 15 of 17 delegates (including 3 RNC) Paul takes 2 delegates (plus 10 of 14 alternates)
Correction: May 21 3:41 PM EDT Maine Correction was based on bad information and has been re-correctedWe incorrectly reported that Romney took 3 RNC delegates in Maine. Paul has apparently taken 24 of 24 in Maine.
Update: May 21, 3:30 PM EDT Utah has not held its primary but has held its State Convention. Mitt Romney sweeps Utah taking all 40 delegates.
Update: May 21, 2:00 PM EDT Ron Paul sweeps (all but 1) "At Large Delegates" in the Minnesota State Convention, giving him 32 of 40 of the state's delegates. Romeny takes 5 delegates plus the 3 RNC delegates
Update: May 18, 8:30 PM EDT Big contests this weekend with Michigan 30 delegates and Georgia 76 delegates, Minnesota 13 At Large up for grabs, and Mississippi 40 delegates, holding their state conventions.
Update: May 17, 4:00 PM EDT New numbers on the Colorado Delegate count. Delegates have confirmed that Paul has the majority in that state with 18 delegates, Romney 16 and Santorum 2
Update: May 16, 2012, 5:00 PM EDT Looks like two different slates in Oklahoma after the convention came apart. Paul supporters concluded the convention in the parking lot and voted on delegates there according to the rules. No doubt there will be legal challenges.
Update: May 16, 2012, 4:00 PM EDT Arizona releases its 29 delegate names. Remember it took them three days after locking those names up. 26 for Romney and 3 for Paul. What is most stunning about this announcement is that on Saturday, Paul supporters had confirmed 11 of 18 delegates were Paul's. What happened over the past 3 days?
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