The cult of Paulbots are well known for their psychotic politics. Their enablers, who claim not to be Paulistinians in many instances are, nevertheless, being fooled into doing the Paulbot's bidding through messaging and the use of patriotic words.
Paul's positions are not what the GOP stands for or wants; Paul has never won a primary in either his independent runs or his fake GOP efforts.
While he does have a few decent ideas, those are overshadowed by his suicidal pro-Iranian nukes foreign policy and his penchant for drug legalization... not to mention his support of gender-based abortion.
The cultists slavishly following him, of course, don't care. Few can, for example, tell you the difference between the Straights of Hormuz and the Straights of Juan de Fuca.
Those enabling the Paulbots are unaware of this suicidal view of the world or his gender-based abortion support. They, instead, ascribe to his followers flowery phrases concerning "liberty" while they lie, directly, about getting "conservatives" in charge of the party again.
The result is a concerted, organized and planned effort to take over the GOP... run by Paulbots.
Of course, those involved disavow any knowledge of the fact that the Paulbots are behind this; they don't mention him and go so far as to try and convince the casual observer that this effort was "spontaneous," here locally in part because of the debacle of Brandon Vick's abysmal convention performance.
Except... we would have seen this exact same thing if the convention had gone off like clockwork and the Paulbots had gotten everything they wanted... much like, come to think of it, they DID get everything they wanted here locally.
Yeah. It's "spontaneous." It's sheer coincidence that it's happening here... AND Spokane... AND Seattle.
Finally recognizing the threat to sanity, the WSRP is doing something about it; something the Paulbots desperately tried to stop... and failed to stop.
They're fighting back.
"I have been doing this for over 20 years and I have never seen something so blatant before! From what I understand the state or county GOP never should be endorsing anyone during the primary," said Bowen.
Bowen believes the Washington Republican party is doing all they can to exclude him because he is a Ron Paul supporter. This would not be the first time the Washington Republican Party attempted to exclude Ron Paul supporters from engaging in the democratic process. Video of King County Republican Party Chairwoman Lori Sotelo, attempting to end the 37th districts caucus because of an overwhelming Ron Paul delegate majority, went viral on Youtube and was even picked up by Fox 19 News in Cincinnati.
According to some, this is not an isolated incident but a growing trend to push away the growing liberty movement within the Republican Party.
"I went door knocking the other day for a PCO in the precinct next to me. A guy said that the King County Republican Party had distributed flyer's for a candidate there too. Somebody who was opposing the liberty option," said Emilie Rensink, a political activist out of Seattle.
More:Many feel that the GOP's endorsement is unethical as well as a conflict of interest. At this time the GOP has yet to make a response over the controversy but Bowen intends to keep on moving forward with gaining support until the elections. Bowen chose to leave his thoughts over the incident on the Washington State Republican Party's Facebook page.
Many others don't feel that way, so, tough noogies.
I'm not delusional enough to anticipate any kind of endorsement from the WSRP; I've been beating them and the rest of the establishment up longer than many of the Paulbots have been eligible to vote.
But it's good to see that somebody is awake at the switch.
And Paulistinian heads are exploding all over the state today....