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Here you go again, English Professor, twisting the truth some more. Ron Paul flies back home like everybody else (not like every body else in Congress).BlueMoon5 wrote:"Paul's Congressional Flights Home Just Like Everyone Else's"
I thought Ron Paul fans love him because he ISN'T like every other member of Congress.
(564 delegates is a direct quote from Doug Wead who is an advisor to Ron Paul in his campaign. The quote of 564 can be heard at the 3:02 min mark on the link below.)
The strategy the campaign is implementing is on track to collect a boatload of delegates.
This is a two man race between Romney and Paul. Santorum and Gingrich are not on the ballot for 500 delegates worth of states. They are not, and will not be on the ballot in other states besides just Virginia. They have no grassroots support and virtually "zero" ground game. They cannot win the nomination.
All this MSM Propaganda pushing either Santorum or Gingrich is a joke. Anyway you work the numbers, they are out.
We are in this for the long haul! Go RP2012!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxKpRctP ... e=youtu.be
Keep an eye out for how much better we do in both caucus states and states that use paper ballots "
Gingrich beating Romney in South Carolina is actually a good thing for Ron Paul. The delegates are getting all split up and it's going to be very difficult for Romney, or anyone to get enough, which could result in a brokered convention. Santorum will be dropping out soon as he has no money or organization to continue much further and isn't even on the ballot in 4 states. Gingrich, who is also missing from the ballot in 2 states, is going to split votes with Romney and take delegates away from him as Paul continues to pick them up little by little. This race is a marathon, not a sprint. The campaign has a plan. They have money, organization, and grassroots support in many upcoming states like Nevada, Missouri, Maine, Minnesota, Louisiana, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, etc. They never expected to do all that well in South Carolina or Florida, so this doesn't hurt his campaign much at all. He will be in the race all the way to the convention and possibly steal the nomination.
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