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Ron Paul Continues Racking up the delegates!





coolclay
Paul's strategy is really pulling through for him, regardless of the national media's obsession with Romney. Paul now has the majority of around 11 states delegates which firmly puts Romney at 627 and Paul at 186.

Of course you won't find this on the national media! The funny thing about this election is that it has both the Republican bigwigs, and the Democratic bigwigs against Paul. The Repub's because he represents paleo-conservative views, and not neo-conservative ones, and the Dem's because he is the only candidate with any chance of beating Obama.

http://thereal2012delegatecount.com/
http://www.examiner.com/article/romney-did-not-win-nomination
gandalfthegrey
Run Ron Run!
Maarja
Ron Paul obviously has a chance of winning the Republican nomination at the Convention. Because, after all, he has won the most states. There could be a conspiracy. But in the end, the entire news media will not be partaking in that conspiracy. Romney, as of today, has 1472 delegates bound to him - they simply have to vote for him in the first round of the RNC Convention. After that they are free to vote as they please. Except there won't be a second round - Romney will secure the nomination.

Ron Paul won not a single caucus/primary across the nation - he was not the top choice of any state. There is a reason for this.
prezgarfield
Ron Paul is ten times the candidate Romney is.

Watch the beginning of the Newsroom pilot for a great opening speech on the "state of the union".
killer2022
Ron paul > Mitt Romney, by far.
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