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(CNN) -- As you're being inundated with wall-to-wall coverage of the Iowa caucuses this week, keep the following number in mind: zero. The quest for the GOP's presidential nomination is ultimately a race for delegates. With 2,286 delegates attending the party's national convention in Tampa at the end of August, the backing of slightly over half of that group -- 1,144 -- will be needed for Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, or someone else to capture the prize.
Originally posted by Byrd
(reopening thread. Title coincidence)
...though, honestly, they didn't list anyone other than the two front runners. You could also make the case that they're slighting Bachmann.edit on 28-12-2011 by Byrd because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by freedom12
And that's just one of THREE negative Paul articles on CNN today alone!!!!
Here's an excerpt from another,"The more Paul rises, the more he needs to temper his rhetoric and fine-tune his message (especially given the kind of baggage he carries). And the more he needs a fine-tuned message, the more he has to control his fractious fans. But people who organize themselves online today are notoriously hard to control.
Full article if you want to read this crap also-