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Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
I think I clearly said that his supporters will be cheering for him.
He won't have the whole place cheering for him, unless he decides to no talk about foreign policy at all.
Originally posted by satron
Originally posted by schuyler
It shows he wasn't serious in the first place. Just like last time, Paul bails on all his supporters. He could just as well have kept campaigning for delegates in states where they have not yet been chosen. If we were to believe the Paul supporters, "this election is much closer than you can possibly imagine."
What happened to all those "unbound" stealth delegates?
What happened to "Ron Paul math"?
What happened to all the Paul Bots calling the rest of us idiots and delusional for pointing out the obvious?
Here ya go, Paul Guys. After all your hard work your Great Leader has abandoned you.
Ron Paul didn't abandon anyone, it's actually less sensational than that. He ran out of money.
Regardless, I'm still voting for Ron Paul.
Originally posted by RealSpoke
I wish more Ron Paul supporters lived in reality. It discredits his image.....
Originally posted by CoolStoryMan
the premature celebrating here has been pretty funny, this is about the allocation of resources, bottom line is Dr.Paul is heading straight to the convention!
Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
Originally posted by AntiNWO
Originally posted by dron020
Ron Paul supporters should now unite with the OWS
Yeah sure, we should all join the Obama lovefest...
Only united can we take down the Banking Cartel.
I'm all for that, but according to OWS "taking down the banking cartel" apparently means socialism, which is what TPTB are already working towards. No thanks.
If you really knew anything about politics you would not be making such absurd comments.
You have no idea what socialism, communism, capitalism are. It is just the McCarthy propaganda you remember. Or you are really, really, really wealthy and I don't have to call you a moron. Which is it?
Originally posted by ipsedixit
I know that Real Clear Politics has been questioned before on the subject of the delegate count by Fox's information spot, Reality Check, but here are the polling averages put up currently on the RCP website, on the subject of the race for the Republican nomination.
When one looks at numbers like this it is really hard to take Ron Paul's campaign seriously. His national numbers are good though, versus Obama (not shown here). Confusing situation.
These are the numbers, "in the Republican family".
Basically, what these numbers mean is that in an average of the results of quite a large number of polls, going back to January of last year, up to the present, Ron Paul is averaging 15% support among Republicans in the street as a choice for the Republican presidential nomination. He never gets much above 18% of "republican man in the street" support.
He is a man at odds with his party's grassroots.edit on 14-5-2012 by ipsedixit because: (no reason given)