Ron Paul still not sure he will vote for Romney

In an interview with Fox News Channel on Tuesday, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.)--whose supporters have disrupted the convention with complaints that they've been marginalized--declined to endorse Romney. In fact, Paul said he wasn't even sure if he'd vote for Romney in November.

“Well there’s always possibilities of everything but I haven’t made up my mind," Paul said, when asked if he might vote for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson instead. "Put me down as undecided.”
Paul also said he would not try to corral his delegates behind the party's nominee.

"I don’t own anything. They’re going to do what they want to do," Paul said. "And if I do something that they don’t think is consistent I’ll lose credibility and they won’t do what I tell them anyway.”

David A. Fahrenthold covers Congress for the Washington Post. He has been at the Post since 2000, and previously covered (in order) the D.C. police, New England, and the environment.
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