• Tommyrgrs

    not sure about this.

  • Alexpasch

    I doubt this. The establishment would sooner have someone else like Mitch Daniels or Jim DeMint with Marco Rubio as VP. Jim DeMint would actually promote real cuts so wouldn’t be all bad…

    • Anonymous

      It doesn’t matter who the establishment wants, they don’t have any delegates.

      • David

        I don’t understand this delegate process, why does it say Romney has like 110 or so? I don’t understand, he has no delegates???? I am confused.

        • Amyyes

          If, during the 1st vote at the GOP Convention, and there is no clear winner, a second vote would be called. At this point in time the delegates are not bound by their previous vote, so Ron Paul CLEARLY HAS A CHANCE! This rumor about VP is nonsense! Dr. Paul would not settle for figure head in name only. I for one do NOT believe these rumors.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Cameron/100001830275418 Scott Cameron

          To David: Who asked:” I don’t understand this delegate process, why does it say Romney has
          like 110 or so? I don’t understand, he has no delegates???? I am
          confused.”——————  >>>>  Read this David and you will understand……. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2843327/posts

  • Anony

    I have my concerns about this as well…

  • Edman2012

    why would romney select paul for vice president? it goes against his master’s wishes (goldman sachs) wake up people. this sh!t is delusional.

  • Gabriella711

    The title of the vid is not quite correct: He will be ON THE TICKET, either the vice presidential or the presidential nominee,

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=524617837 Needa Hamilton

    Stranger things have happened.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UKDGRR6SIWVHSSL6566ANVYGM4 Dr Kibble

    He took a shot and put his prediction out there.  Whether it’s right or now remains to be seen, but the guy has some cajones.  I’ve said all along that the ultimate ace up the sleeve for the 10-15% or so in the Ron Paul camp is sticking with the notion that we will vote for Ron Paul or no other…regardless of who is on the GOP ballot.  Remember, they need us more than we need them!  Santorum and Gingrich supporters will fall into line and support Romney like good patriotic sheeple.  Ron Paul supporters won’t!  And that’s what scares them.  All this assumes the GOP really and truly wants to limit Obama to one term…which I increasingly doubt given their treatment of RP.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=688046780 Anonymous

      Great breakdown Dr Kibble. The only thing I would like to add is that the people truly in charge of the GOP don’t really care if it’s Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, or Obama. They are all part of the machine. Don’t think for a second that anything but the status quo will continue. The only thing separating the 3 republicans and Obama is social issues like gay marriage, abortion, and such. Those issues haven’t been touched at a national level in over 30 years and certainly not by the legislative or executive branches. Nothing will change. War, more War, spending obscene amounts of money and generally pissing off most of the countries in the world.

  • http://twitter.com/Aloha_Analytics Aloha Analytics

    LOL!!!  YOW!  LOVE IT!  Always enjoy listening to that guy, Jack Burkman http://www.jackburkman.us/

  • Jon Doe

    Ron Paul is getting all the delecates. It does not matter who actually wins a caucus or primary, it is how many delegates attend the Florida convention. Disregard what CNN, FOX, MSNBC, etc say who get selegates. The reality of it will unfold during the Florida convention, Ron Paul is winning in real delegates. I am a delegate for Ron Paul in AZ and we will prove it.

    • Kevlusk56

      Im in AZ and would like to be a delegate. How do I do that?

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1128337205 Nita Ell

        go to wwwronpauldelegates.com

  • Kristen L

    I could definitely see this b/c with ron paul as vp he wouldn’t run as third party and the republicans could actually win in 2012

    • http://www.facebook.com/asalem86 Adam Salem

      Paul would NEver run behind another person…this is people’s attempt to co-opt him  because they know that he’s gonna win this

      • SL

        And to clarify: it isn’t because of his ego. It’s because M.R. (or any of the others) would not do the things Paul is passionate about. As VP, Paul wouldn’t be able to bring the troops home, stop policing the world, cut a trillion dollars from the budget (the first year), stop the Federal Reserve from destroying the economy, etc. The VP has to put his own beliefs aside and go along with the Preseident.

  • Yovanab

    Ron Paul as Prez or nothing for me at all!

    • Tonythebrain

      Amen…VP is just a reason to make the Republican Party lose.

  • Anonymous

    30 years of voting in defense of the Constitution doesn’t just happen along the way. Ron Paul has been around the Washington track a couple of times. He knows how the crooked game is played. He isn’t about to stain his record by being vp to any of the present people running for president. They’re just too far apart in terms of vision for the country.

  • Barneybeasy

    President paul, vp santurm mabe

    • http://www.facebook.com/asalem86 Adam Salem

      we’ll let Paul decide who his VP

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_R74QPP5FOK4EBM4LYJ3ITWWBOU JR

       Santroum`s a hardcore neocon. No way. At least Romney`s not as passionate about killing brown people.

  • Barneybeasy

    Never putting mitt as president or vp newt either

  • http://twitter.com/JamesLJ James J

    I really, really don’t see Ron Paul accepting even if he were asked to be a running mate. He isn’t in this for the power or prestige, and the veep is nothing if not a figurehead.

  • Some Guy

    I don’t believe Ron Paul would make the kind of compromises that a big-government republican would demand to be the VP candidate.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Cameron/100001830275418 Scott Cameron

      I agree.

  • Steve

    Without Ron Paul on the ticket, you can forget about winning the general. If Romney fails to bring the libertarian vote in, it is OVER. I think he knows that and that might be why he has been kind to Paul during the debates. 

  • Klarion

    It’s annoying that you don’t let videos be liked and block the you tube link. It’s manipulative. I will stop coming here if you don’t change it.

    • emlarge

      Maybe it’s a browser issue you’re having?  I’m using Chrome and those options.  While the video is playing there is clearly a ‘YouTube’ link in the bottom right-hand side of the embedded player.  And after the video is done playing I clearly see, in the center of the screen, a ‘Like’ option and a ‘Share’ option (which presents the you tube link).  Odd that you can’t see that.

  • Airborne82ndporcelli

    If Ron Could at worst be vice president then he could mold Romney who has no conviction into a good leader. Think about it, 2000 – 2008 Dick Cheney was running the country not Bush. I could live with this, but really want Paul as president.

  • Cjbirch80

    If romney is good at selling businesses perhaps hell be needed in ron pauls downsizing of government :)  romney VP LOL  He could then phase out his buddies. once they cant pay him :D

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_R74QPP5FOK4EBM4LYJ3ITWWBOU JR

    This is a tough one. I still have faith Ron Paul can win the nomination. Say he cant get the nomination and has to back Romney at the convention for a VP spot? I wouldn’t love that idea. But it might just be better than another Obama term. The company i work for went from employing 120 union painters in 2008, To 8 painters today. We gotta get Obama out. You can only blame Bush and congress for so long Obama. You`re killing my industry Obama. Methinks a Romney/Paul ticket would be unstoppable.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Cameron/100001830275418 Scott Cameron

    I don’t think RP will be VP given a choice but stranger things have happened. Kennedy / Johnson bring back any memories?

  • indigo

    burkman is a pussy and leans toward the status quo, dont take his opinion for shit. Why would Ron Paul alienate his voters by joining with Mitt Romney? Why would Ron Paul supporters want him to be reduced to the ‘crazy Vice President’ role? What this really is is some people coming around to the realization that the Republican Party has absolutely nothing without all of these young and new Ron Paul voters, and the dems/ind. that he brings over. What these people are still struggling with is whether these voters actually have any kind of loyalty to the Republican Party and the answer is overwhelmingly NO. NO ONE BUT PAUL.

  • Freedomvoicer

    missing the point here, it is not about REPS or DEMS, it is about WE THE PEOPLE, RON PAUL President or nothing if you all really want to be free! They will use Ron Paul to their benefit not to ours, so they can have their little puppet win, they can’t win without RON PAUL and as VicePresident, he will be extremely limited and their agenda will still go through! Do not sell out Ron Paul or Bust! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1296025553 Michael Mooshey

    If he were VP he would change the status quo of past do nothing Vp’s like Biden and be very active in affecting real change.. look how powerful Cheney was behind the scenes but in a negative way…lol  It is a powerful 2nd option to make big changes people but of course not our 1st choice. Dr. Paul would never do it without having his issues front and center so he could really be able to make changes to get us back on a constitutional course :) 

  • Ryan Roland

    Don’t fall for this. In my opinion, this is an attempt to dismiss Ron Paul. By stating that RP will be the VP, even if he loses, it makes voters that may be fans of RP, but on the fence, suddenly feel more at ease with voting for one of the other candidates. 

    I don’t think RP would be asked to be VP as he cannot be “controlled” and is considered a loose cannon. 

    This doesn’t even get to the question about whether RP would accept (I doubt he would – the VP has very little ability to influence much if the Pres doesn’t want it). 

  • Odobo

    Fuck that.  President or nothing.

  • Steve

    Hear that, Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.

    Suck it, Bill O’Reilly. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QMGEESAD7PR22DGR56EJH565X4 heather

    Doc. Paul president 2012!!!! Romney can be his janitor! (maybe)

  • Snaps_70

    I would like to see if not the Presidency, then Secretary of the Treasury, Sec of Defense.   

  • paul hale

    Calm down folks!!!  Rome was not built in a day!!!  Ron has worked for this moment for 30 years, don’t mess this up with shouting and swearing about absoluts, the good doctor will at the end of the day do whats best for LIBERTY!!  He always has and I believe he always will!!! 

  • Joe McPlumber

    On first thought, that would seem the best way to get rid of Ron Paul. I mean probably most Americans can’t even name the current VP. But on second thought if he wants a bully pulpit it’s the second best one and i can’t imagine him being quiet for the duration. Maybe Dick Cheney’s power grab could be put to good use?

    I dunno, but i’ve thought all along that it would be delicious irony if someone used the power of the government’s lawlessness to restore the rule of law.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jeremiah-Gault/1734494042 Jeremiah Gault

    In the infamous words of Admiral Ackbar, “Its a trap!”

  • Anonymous

    Combat Veterans for Ron Paul

  • guest

    Secretary of the Treasury or Chairman of the Fed (it will take time to kill the Fed beast) would be my ideal 2nd place choices for the good Dr, provided he isn’t elected president.