Is Rand Paul's Romney Endorsement "Trivial" and "Meaningless"?

By:  Joe Wolverton, II
Is Rand Paul's Romney Endorsement "Trivial" and "Meaningless"?

An official blogger for the Ron Paul 2012 campaign insists that Senator Rand Paul's endorsement of Mitt Romney is trivial and meaningless, despite the reception of that announcement by followers of Ron Paul.

Is Ron Paul about to endorse Mitt Romney? Would it mean anything if he does?

These are questions that are being bandied about in conservative, libertarian, and constitutionalist circles in the wake of Senator Rand Paul’s endorsement last week of the Republican Party’s “presumptive nominee.”

As I reported the day of Senator Paul’s announcement, the son of Ron Paul told Sean Hannity that his “first choice had always been [his] father,” Senator Paul then went on to say that now that the nominating process is over he would be campaigning for former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney.

As shocking as it may be to some to read that a member of the Paul family believes that the nominating process is over and that Romney is the Republican candidate, that wasn’t the end of the story.

Almost simultaneously, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) said nearly the same thing in an email to supporters and in an address to the Texas State Republican Convention.

“When it is all said and done, we will likely have as many as 500 supporters as delegates on the convention floor,” the libertarian-leaning icon said in his email.

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