Oh, those Ron Paul supporters. They are nothing if not persistent. Or, rather, they are nothing but persistent.
The Montana GOP got a chance to see this persistent persistence in person late last week at the state's convention…
The group [of Paulies] led an impassioned fight Friday at the Montana GOP convention, shaking things up in a failed effort to secure the state's 22 national convention delegates for Paul — who suspended his presidential bid earlier this month.
It was a real nail-biter, but in the end, yeah, that didn't work out so well. At least the Sisyphean effort made one person feel warm and validated (hint: he suspended his presidential bid earlier this month)…
Earlier in the evening, Paul told the crowd that his support in Montana was the best he had received anywhere.
"Montana's been treating me quite well," he said. "The spirit is alive here."
And who needs contact with reality when you've got the spirit?
Tags: Montana, Ron Paul