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First Rick Santorum slipped out of the race for the GOP nomination, and next Newt Gingrich said he would support Romney but would still run. But what about Ron Paul’s quest for the White House?
According to the latest bulletin from the campaign headquarters of the Texas congressman, Ron Paul is still in the race and rolling in the bucks.
Republican Party presidential hopeful Ron Paul is still polling strong among many demographics and shows no sign of slowing down. At least if his bank records have anything to do with it. The candidate’s camp announced on Friday that so far in 2012 his campaign has managed to bring in almost $10.4 million in contributions from donors determined to keep the congressman in the GOP race.
Originally posted by TheMindWar
Would just like to add, those saying Ron Paul can't win is just a psyop that even some therorists are buying into. If you are in a race anything can happen. Whats more the only reason they are saying he cant win now is becaise they have committed absolutely massive fraud against him. And I mean unbelieveable fraud to the extent of flipping Ron Paul votes over to Romney.
This is why Romney is leading. I dont see 10,000+ supporters at the romney conventions.
Americans have a simple choice to make, either they want freedom and vote RP or they dont want freedom and vote Romney.
Think Ron Paul should say it as it is. If you vote Romney you will finally have a solid fascist state with no chance of turning back. If Ron Paul doesnt win then you will see people beong rounded up for the camps within 6 months guranteed. And probably we willl be at war with the Russians and Chinese.
Originally posted by InTheFlesh1980
I don't think Ron Paul has a chance at the nomination, but that won't stop me from supporting him and voting for him, even if I have to write it in on the ballot.
Many say that this is "throwing away your vote", but I believe Romney and Obama are of the same ilk.