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GOP Nomination Is Far From Over


The GOP Presidential race is not over.  Not by a long shot.


Pseudoconservatives and the “Mainstream Media” have anointed Willard “Mitt” Romney as the GOP candidate to face Barack Obama in November.  But things are happening that can no longer be ignored by Conservatives, Libertarians, Moderates, Republicans, RINOs, Pseudoconservatives, Democrats, Progressives, Liberals, and any other label that can be applied to an individual.


Remember the Iowa Caucuses back on January 3rd?  Romney won that… before Rick Santorum was declared the winner two weeks later.

What about the Minnesota Caucuses on February 7th?  Santorum took that state with 55% of the vote, with Romney taking second place with 25%.


Regardless of what happens with Romney and Santorum in the two states, they have company at the top of the heap.


Ron Paul has just taken 50% of the Delegates in Iowa.  One delegate coming from the State Chairman, and Dr. Paul has won 13 other delegates, bringing the total to 14 for the Texas Congressman.


Minnesota is no different.  Ron Paul brought home 12.2% of the vote on February 7th in the Gopher State.  However, Dr. Paul will place no worse than first place in Minnesota, as he has taken 20 of the 40 delegates in that state.

The delegate news comes on the heels of a sizzling month for Dr. Paul.  Congressman Paul began the month with over 7,000 people (some reports stated 10,000) on the campus of UCLA on April 4th.  And this past week he brought crowds of 4,400 in Ithaca, NY and a swarm of 4,300 in Philadelphia.


This race is not over.  It’s just heating up.



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  1. RBailey says:

    So much naivety. So much self-aggrandizement. So much “I know better than you” all in one post by someone who has clearly not lived long enough to make those claims.

    T or TJ or whatever you call youself .. this is the work of someone without the wisdom of history. It is merely the unicorns and Utopias of a different political spectrum. You may or may not understand today, but you will soon.

  2. Sarah Gonzalez says:

    This post is so off-the-mark it seems almost surreal. Obviously the author is a Paul-bot to the enth degree.

    The primary is over. Romney has won and will get the required delegates to prevent a brokered convention.

    If, instead, you were hoping to push for a 3rd party nomination of Ron Paul (which was only mildly evident in your pitiful attempt at writing) you are the problem. Less then 10% of the voting populace is undecided at this point. Splitting them could mean having Barack Obama pick another 2 supreme court justices.

    Get over yourself young man. You’re missing the point entirely.