Yep. Here is how it will go down. Mitt will get the GOP nomination, and during the general election Ron Paul will get the most votes in either third party or write-in ballot. These Ron Paul votes will negate nearly 20% of the republican base, thus making Barack the President for four more years. The only way To defeat Barack is for the GOP to adopt some Ron Paul policies; the monetary policy would probably be the easiest to support. If Mitt wins over the Ron Paul voters (which he won't) he would get some Ron Paul votes. Unfortunately, the GOP has dug its own grave by sticking to the tax and spend moderate candidates, and Barack will enjoy four more years while America continues to suffer. The Ron Paul supporter, most likely will be fine with this as they overwhelmingly see Mitt and Obama two sides of the same coin, and would rather vote with their hearts, and on principle, much like Ron Paul himself, than vote for a corrupt empty suit like Mitt just to get Barack out of office. Ron Paul supporters are voting for the future of their country, NOT the next President. That is my prediction. You heard it here first.