The new rules for the Republican Party assume that Romney will be the POTUS in 2016 so he gets to pick the delegates.
Wouldn't that make all those grass-roots voters a total waste of time? And will the rules be changed again if Romney is not the POTUS?
Or is this a way to keep the GOP mainstream and not allow violent extreme right groups to hijack the GOP platform?
In 1992 KKK David Duke ran for the nomination, will these new rules make sure right-wing nutjobs won't embarrass the GOP - or were these changes took place only to get rid of Ron Paul in particular?
Homeland Security characterizes Americans who are â��suspicious of centralized federal authority,â�� and â��reverent of individual libertyâ�� as â��extreme right-wingâ�� terrorists. - http://www.infowars.com/homeland-securi … errorists/
Not Tea baggers but modern right wing terrorist groups include the Klu Klux Klan and Neo-Fascists.
Christian Identity theology associated with almost all right-wing terrorist groups during the past twenty years is no longer the choice of young white supremacists. Odinism and other variants of paganism have emerged as powerful â��spiritualâ�� recruiting ideologies, particularly among skinheads and in the â��black metalâ�� music scene - Eric Ward, Jonn Lunsford and Justin Massa, â��The Sounds of Violenceâ��, The Southern Poverty Law Center Intelligence Report (autumn 1999), pp. 28â��32.
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