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On CBS News' "Face the Nation," Texas Rep. Ron Paul sounds optimistic about the rest of the Republican nominating process. He predicts he will obtain a "majority of delegates" in Tuesday's bundle of nominating contests.
Spending the day campaigning in Alaska, Rep. Paul told host Bob Schieffer that he is looking to win three of the seven "Super Tuesday" states: Alaska, North Dakota and Idaho. Those three states are holding caucuses on Tuesday, and Paul is sticking with his strategy of focusing on the small caucus states that rely on activist voters.
Those three states have a total of 87 delegates at stake - about 20 percent of the number to be allocated Tuesday. Paul told Schieffer that there is a "good chance we come out with a majority of delegate."
What I DO encounter, however, are the individuals who continue to confound my mind with such logic that implies if Ron Paul, "THE RACIST," is president, this country will revert back to a time when blacks sat in the back of the bus. And, I would be remiss if I did not mention those anti-Paul types who believe that Ron Paul wishes to legislate a woman's reproductive organs. How ironic that most of them happen to be men or women over 40 who probably stand a snowball's chance in hell of even having to worry about getting pregnant at their age anyway.
There are so many twisted doublestandards happening, I don't even know where to begin. It's easily the most frustrating and mind boggling thing I have ever witnessed.
Ron Paul just has some far fetched radical ideas most of which would never make their way through congress.
Originally posted by Wookiep
It's easily the most frustrating and mind boggling thing I have ever witnessed.
Originally posted by stewiegriffin
You are right about Congress and the Senate having some corrupt members.
That being said I don't see the connection when it comes to approving some radical idea.
reply to post by stewiegriffin
Yeah on a good day I can see him winning 20% of those three states. When I read the title I started to cry I was laughing so hard. Ron Paul...