posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 05:10 PM
I know he isn't doing that great in terms of the popular vote, and if you ask...anyone, Romney has it 100% wrapped up. I keep saying to people, I'm
not claiming Paul is going to necessarily win, all that I'm saying is that the situation with the delegates is far more complex than the media will
have you believe. I say again and again, 'I'm just saying I don't know what's going to happen, and if you understood the process you wouldn't
know what is going to happen either. If I were a delegate, and I had the choice, I would absolutely vote for Paul no matter what. Many Paul supporters
with that mindset are flooding the delegate spots across the country, with the sole intention of voting for Paul. So yes Romney is winning in terms of
the popular vote, but what really matters is the delegates, and given the situation with Paul supporters becoming delegates, that situation is far
more complex than the media would have you believe.'
It sounds like some of the state's are progressing further into the delegation process, and Paul is actually winning them. I am still cautious, but
there seems to be definite reason for optimism, even though it seems to somewhat run against 'common sense' a bit. Then again, perhaps this idea of
'common sense' is a media fabrication as well. Again, I don't know, but there is no way to know at this point, and there is news coming in that
warrants optimism imo, so we'll have to wait and see.