When several Ron Paul supporters were elected to positions of power within the Republican Party of Iowa, many activists across the state feared that the Republican Party of Iowa might as well be called the Republican Party of Paul. For months now, RPI has made attempts to downplay that image publically, but they aren’t doing a very good job of assuaging those activists’ fears. The Iowa GOP posted the following on its Facebook page on Wednesday evening.
Newsflash Chairman Spiker, what’s going on with the Maine delegation is not your problem. It would be nice if the Republican Party of Iowa was as passionate in helping our congressional candidates achieve victory this fall as they are about holding the hands of Ron Paul delegates from Maine. It would seem more appropriate for the Republican Party of Iowa to solicit donations to help win control of the Iowa State Senate than to ask for donations to help Ron Paul delegates from some other state get into the convention.
It is long past time that the big wigs at RPI got their priorities straight.
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