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How Ron Paul Can Win the GOP Nomination Without Winning a Single Popular Vote Contest

 
Laura Bow
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05/09/2012 11:41 AM
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How Ron Paul Can Win the GOP Nomination Without Winning a Single Popular Vote Contest
Ron Paul, or anyone else for that matter, can be made the Republican nominee without winning even one popular vote. That's because the popular vote does not matter as much as the delegate race.

I don't even need to wait for the final West Virginia results to write this piece — Mitt Romney, popular in the media, will do well in the popular vote. Ron Paul's supporters diligent in fighting for greater freedom in America will be involved in the delegate process and will take over the West Virginia Republican Party.

Ron Paul will be perceived by those who get their news from TV as unpopular, while Mitt Romney may not have the support of his delegates and the support of his party. No one can win the presidency without the support of his party. It's a risky situation for either candidate.

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05/09/2012 12:59 PM
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Re: How Ron Paul Can Win the GOP Nomination Without Winning a Single Popular Vote Contest
Ron Paul, or anyone else for that matter, can be made the Republican nominee without winning even one popular vote. That's because the popular vote does not matter as much as the delegate race.

I don't even need to wait for the final West Virginia results to write this piece — Mitt Romney, popular in the media, will do well in the popular vote. Ron Paul's supporters diligent in fighting for greater freedom in America will be involved in the delegate process and will take over the West Virginia Republican Party.

Ron Paul will be perceived by those who get their news from TV as unpopular, while Mitt Romney may not have the support of his delegates and the support of his party. No one can win the presidency without the support of his party. It's a risky situation for either candidate.

More at [link to www.policymic.com]
 Quoting: Laura Bow


the truth is he has won the popular vote, they have rigged and lied the whole way!
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05/09/2012 03:35 PM
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Re: How Ron Paul Can Win the GOP Nomination Without Winning a Single Popular Vote Contest
Ron Paul, or anyone else for that matter, can be made the Republican nominee without winning even one popular vote. That's because the popular vote does not matter as much as the delegate race.

I don't even need to wait for the final West Virginia results to write this piece — Mitt Romney, popular in the media, will do well in the popular vote. Ron Paul's supporters diligent in fighting for greater freedom in America will be involved in the delegate process and will take over the West Virginia Republican Party.

Ron Paul will be perceived by those who get their news from TV as unpopular, while Mitt Romney may not have the support of his delegates and the support of his party. No one can win the presidency without the support of his party. It's a risky situation for either candidate.

More at [link to www.policymic.com]
 Quoting: Laura Bow


the truth is he has won the popular vote, they have rigged and lied the whole way!
 Quoting: deanzna 14006996


^^^THIS^^^

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