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Originally posted by CALGARIAN
Originally posted by Southern Guardian
Paul needs to start winning States soon if he wishes to become relevant in this race, so Maine is important to him and so is Washington State where he is supposedly doing well in campaigning. If Paul comes anything but first in Maine, there'll be no way to spin it as this was only a two man race.
I'm having a hard time finding polling for Maine.... maybe because it's such a minor state to the GOP.
There are 5 states where it's ONLY RON AND MITT on the ballot and over 500 delegates at stake...
Time to face the facts. What the GOP fears most is what America needs most. Neither Santorum nor Gingrich can win the nomination for one simple reason. Neither of them can collect enough delegates to win. Neither man can be the nominee because neither one was able to get on enough states' ballots to make a difference. (564 delegates that Newt can't win, and over 700 delegates Santorum can't win ). The media and the GOP are praying to God that the American people continue to remain ignorant of this fact for as long as possible while they try to come up with a strategy that will bury Ron Paul before Romney is forced to face him on stage alone and the commentators are no longer able to marginalize Paul by giving all the questions to everyone but him. Ron Paul and Mitt Romney are the only two candidates that made it on the ballot in every state.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Yeah.. Definitely. I think we know on this one. Even non Paul supporters should be complaining because this kind of fraud will eventually effect someone they support.
Originally posted by remembering
Can some one explain why CNN has Romney @ 39% and Paul @ 36% with 95% of the votes counted. while the same time the google one has Paul @ 42% and Romney @ 33%?