This gets a little weird:
At McCain Speech, a Paul Rally Breaks OutThe article refers to the Paul supporters at McCain's rally as being "Paulites." History repeating itself? True Believers? Has Lyndon LaRouche endorsed a candidate yet?
By Juliet Eilperin, writing in the Washington Post's "The Trail"
St. Louis -- Everything about Arizona senator John McCain's appearance in an airport hangar here Friday was predictable: the stump speech, the well-worn jokes and the warm-up speakers who spoke of how well-prepared McCain was to confront terrorists who threaten the American way of life.
Everything, that is, except for the supporters of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) who showed up.
Sure, you may have seen them on street corners and heard them cheer on their candidate in debates.
But they made a serious impression at McCain's rally, including by waving handmade signs declaring "The Media is Bias" (as opposed to "biased") and "McCain is a Democrat." (link)