posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:59 PM
After seeing the performance at the Oklahoma convention (Arizona ended in the parking lot without the delegation starting the convention over) and
what happened in both Nevada and Maine last weekend, as well as the revelation that the RNC has in the past allowed delegates to vote their
conscience, I think Paul is still well within the race, and is still in it for the GOP nomination.
That said, in the event that Romney's trickery at the conventions as of late manage to fulfill their intended purpose, I'll still be voting for
Paul. He has gotten far more air time than Johnson, and as we've seen in the conventions as of late he has massive support from the people, enough
to hold off the combined efforts of Romney's camp and old Santorum supporters so far.
I expect Paul to pull in far more votes in the election than Johnson if he doesn't get the GOP nomination, just because his popularity has shown
much more, and more people in our country actually know who he is, because he's been allowed in the more recent GOP debates.