It comes down to the end game, so I thought it would be interesting to look at what is still continuing.
The first is an ongoing lawsuit against the Republican Party
Attorney Richard Gilbert explains that American popular support for Presidential Candidate Ron Paul is so strong that it was impossible for Americans to tolerate blatant criminal acts that were being repeatedly committed to steal the election.
Ron Paul's nomination is too important and his legacy so respected that millions of Americans are demanding Romney be disqualified for election fraud. A mountain of evidence has been amassed from Team Romney's careless trek from state to state breaking multiple election laws as an organized crime syndicate.
While Team Romney keeps spinning news on his differences with President Obama his lawyers and the RNC are now stuck with the impossible task of refuting literally hundreds of Republican plaintiffs who have signed onto the lawsuit and corroborated it with a mountain of very solid graphic video evidence.
The RNC facing an angry American public and a disqualified corrupt candidate no longer able to run is now waking-up to the fact that a Ron Paul Presidency would benefit everyone.
Ron Paul is the overwhelming Republican nomination of U.S. active-military personnel receiving more than 10x more donation than Mitt Romney as reported to the F.E.C. in quarterly campaign reports and published online.
In fact, in a face to face race against President Obama only Ron Paul can defeat President Obama because of his underpinning of support from not only Republicans but also independents democrats.
The lawsuit seeks to unbind the delegates and affirm law on the books that a national delegate is free to vote their conscience on the floor of the RNC national convention this August in Tampa Florida without threat of fear, intimidation or coercion of any kind.Ron Paul has won the plurality of delegates in four states and requires five to officially be 'on the ballot' at the Convention in August. So all eyes are on Nebraska next Saturday as Rachel Maddow reports for CNN.