If Ron Paul quit why are signs popping up all over Dallas

Ron Paul's campaign released a letter last Monday noting a change to his campaign strategy, and of course the media jump all over it saying he was dropping out. However, driving around the Northern Dallas area I've noticed a lot of his signs are starting to show up. This would seem contradictory, wouldn't it?
Texas is one of the Primary states Ron Paul's campaign specifically said they were not going to be campaigning in for votes due to the high cost of obtaining those votes. Yet as the Texas primaries early voting period is underway yard signs are showing up all around the Northern Dallas area. The thanks for this actually do not come from the Ron Paul campaign, but from a grass roots effort of die-hard Ron Paul supporters.
These supporters are also focusing very heavily on the delegate process, to hopefully get a large group of Ron Paul supporting delegates going to the national convention in Tampa, Florida in August, where many hope that the unpledged delegates will in large part be Ron Paul supporters. Still with Romney having closet to 1000 delegates - both pledged and un-pledged - he will be a tough one to beat at the convention.

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