Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Ron Paul Wins Iowa and Minnesota Delegates to the Chagrin of the Mainstream Media ... and Mitt Romney Meanwhile USMC Maj. Chris Miller Goes Viral

By S. Jacob Stern | RMSMC Updated: 10 hours ago |




Despite the media and Republican Party having declared Mitt Romney the GOP nominee for the 2012 presidential election, fewer than half of the states have actually chosen their delegates for the convention in Tampa in August.
However, the media has done not a middling job, not a mediocre job, but a horrendous job of reporting the nomination process for this year’s primary and caucus season.
Several states have non-binding straw votes on the day of their caucuses, Ron Paul hasn’t yet won a primary or caucus vote though it bears mentioning, voter fraud is strongly suspected in Alaska, Maine and Nevada.
Despite this perceived lack of electability on behalf of the GOP and media, the Paul campaign has persisted on both their message of a clear delegate strategy and demonstrating they know what they’re talking about.
As I wrote in this post last week, Santorum’s supporters have teamed up with Dr. Paul’s and have adopted a “anyone but Mitt” mentality. Ostensibly this won’t include Newt, but what it has done is upset the Romney apple cart.
Witness the highly amused Rachel Maddow admitting Ron Paul has won Iowa here.

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2 comments:

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Thanks for the good news; a refreshing change of pace.
I hope he's able to lobby the delegates, though I think he still would have had a better chance with the Democrats - there are a lot of them who cannot stand 0bama on his civil liberties record.

texlahoma said...

Democrats? Hmm, that would have been interesting.
I want the Republicans to win now, whoever it is. (Unless Paul runs as an independent or Libertarian) A lame duck Obama gives me nightmares.

The TSA all over the country, not just in airports, will cause a civil war.

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