Robby Wells is Still Running for President

In the Robby Wells post below, I asked if he was still running for President after failing to secure the Constitution Party nomination, since his statement read like he was. I believe his latest Facebook post answers my question:

To all of my friends that have stuck with me through this incredible journey of running for President, I know that it has not been easy at times. Trust me when I say that it has been hard for me as well. Some that I thought would be there have turned and ran away, but many new friends have been there to encourage me to pursue my dream of helping the people of the United States by becoming President. I have said many times that you will understand why I am doing this once November arrives. Looks like everything is falling right into place. This video was released today by a reporter named Matt Larson. After being drafted by the Conservative Republican Union (CRU), I will be going to Tampa to the Republican National Convention (RNC). The CRU has endorsed me to be the Presidential Nominee for the Republican Party, and they are casting 700+ votes my way. It is my intention to win the nomination, debate Obama, and see Liberty Prevail on November 6, 2012. I have also been invited to speak at Freedomfest in front of 20,000 people and at Paulfest in front of at least 100,000 people.

The atmosphere for expectation is the breeding ground for miracles. – Robby Carr Wells

32 thoughts on “Robby Wells is Still Running for President

  1. Jason Gatties

    I like Robby Wells a lot, but the man may be more delusional than I am. I’d like to see him take a step back and run for Congress or State House/State Senate spot.

  2. NewFederalist

    Wow! Just wow. The Republican nomination, huh? I guess that one must be easier than the Constitution Party. I guess after winning back to back national college football championships and going 10 seasons without a loss, it is only natural he would set his sights a bit higher. Perhaps he should try to become the first presidential candidate to climb Mt. Everest… oh, wait… that has already been done. Well then, now I understand. It is very clear. Go Bobby! (er… Robby) whatever.

  3. Catholic Trotskyist

    Would he consider Robert Milnes as his running mate? The two Robbies together can’t lose.

  4. NewFederalist

    Bob Milnes would never consider putting Wells on his ticket. His running mate must be a libertarian female. Don’t you remamber, CT?

  5. William Saturn

    Any qualified individual can potentially be Milnes’ running mate. Interested males can opt to get a sex change.

  6. RedPhillips Post author

    It is not delusional for a low name recognition person to seek the nomination of a minor party, although for credibility’s sake he should have some sort of credential to run on. It is delusional to think you can actually win the Presidency.

    Word has it that Wells impressed some people at the CP convention. This is not helping his case. Once you fail to receive the nomination of the minor party you sought, step to the sidelines and wait 4 years.

  7. Trent Hill

    Red–he did impress some people, probably still not enough to win the nomination in 4 years, but there’s a lot to be said for organization.

    It IS delusional, and ego-tripping, to seek the Presidency as an Independent, a Reform Party candidate, Constitution Party candidate, Reform Party Party candidate, and then Republican….it just shows he has no moorings.

  8. Rev. Alberto

    So let me get this straight…

    He started as an independent in December.
    Sought the Reform Party’s nomination in January.
    Then wanted the Constitution Party’s in the spring.
    Now he has set his sights on the GOP?!

    I will officially endorse Robby Wells…as I demonstrated above he has progressively moved from smaller party to larger party, and the next logical step is president.

    -Rev. Alberto Medvedev

  9. Trent Hill

    Um, no. After the Constitution Party he returned to seeking the Reform Party nomination.

    He’s also failed to achieve any nominations.

  10. RedPhillips Post author

    “Um, no. After the Constitution Party he returned to seeking the Reform Party nomination.”

    He did? I was just joking when I said he should.

  11. Trent Hill

    Not anymore, Rev.

    But he did resume running for that nomination post-Constitution Party.

  12. Steve

    I briefly attended a Division 1-AA school with a good football team so I previously assumed that men who could rise to that level in their profession generally weren’t nutcases. I guess its different in the south.

  13. RedPhillips Post author

    “I guess its different in the south (sic).”

    The South takes its football very seriously. If anything, coaches in the South are more likely to be competent.

  14. Trent Hill

    Most of the South. Red’s homestate of Georgia just sucks at football 😛

  15. Trent Hill

    :P. LSU fan, Red, I can’t help but rib you. Hey, at least you play in the best conference, right?

  16. just saying

    Whatever he said in November ’11 , it wasn’t as delusional as thinking he could walk into the GOP convention and get 700 delegate votes. Or 1100. Or 70. Or 17.

  17. Cody Quirk

    If he’s actually going to go to the GOP convention and ask to get nominated, even the most hard core libertarian or constitutionalist of the Ron Paul crowd will laugh their butts off at him.


    I know Robby and I believe he should keep it up.
    The Constitution Party SOLD their nomination to Goode and his special interest RFID chip groups in the defense contractor field…

    If anything, Wells will make an impact and then maybe my plans in AMERICA SHRUGGED will make it to the forefront. It’s AMERICA SHRUGGED or no more USA in 2016.

  19. Paulie

    He’s going nowhere with the Republicans, the facebook group has 700 fans not 700 delegates.

  20. William Saturn


    Nobody’s falling for this. He’ll get nothing at the convention.

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