Who stands in opposition to “the [central] bank of the United States, public debt, a navy, a standing army, American manufacturing, federally funded improvement of the interior, the role of a world power, military glory, an extensive foreign ministry, loose construction of the Constitution, and subordination of the states to the federal government”? Hint, these words were not written about Rep. Ron Paul.
It's no secret Santorum is a serial hypocrite. "Do as I say, not as I did"
But Santorum's voting record is overwhelmingly inconsistent with the campaign propaganda that comes out of his mouth.
He is not remotely a conservative or a defender of freedom. He is a big government, "Show-me-the-money" LOBBYIST. Period. End of story.
Assuming that scenario plays out, the vote could be split eight or nine ways. All sorts of coalitions could emerge. And in that event, Ron Paul could have one of the largest voting blocs. By the way, this is why it is so stupid of those blow-dried talking heads to keep asking Paul if he will run as a third-party candidate.
In other words, he's amassing all these delegates purely for the sake of throwing them away.