Ron Paul won’t be speaking at the convention because of two conditions that he says convention organizers required:
Paul claims that convention organizers told him he could deliver a speech on two conditions. First, the Romney campaign would get to vet his speech, and second, he would have to give a full-blown endorsement of the GOP nominee. Paul balked at both requirements. “It wouldn’t be my speech,” Paul told the Times. “That would undo everything I’ve done in the last 30 years. I don’t fully endorse him for president.”
IDK, what does “I don’t fully endorse him” even mean? That he sort of endorses him? Slightly? That he doesn’t completely reject him? Blah. And now Ron Paul goes back to his day job of writing frivolous bills (14 long years, 620 bills sponsored, FOUR made it to a vote and only ONE became a law).