Ron Paul's stealth campaign to take over the GOP

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  1. zzzz
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    The Iowa, Nevada and Maine caucus foul ups are starting to reap dividends for the Paul campaign to quietly rack up delegates and take over the GOP. Even though he is losing the public pronouncements in straw polls his machinations to get national delegates to the convention may be coming to fruition.

    In Iowa the Romney man is out and the Paul man is in to lead the delegate process.
    Maine is still in chaos and Paul could very well come out of the end process with more delegates than Romney and his people could take over the party leadership there as well because of the problems. Paul's supporters are mostly young and inexperienced and this election will give them a taste of process and if the election continues to be a four or three man race with no one getting a majority of delegates, Paul may be the broker in the convention.

    Very interesting....
     
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    Been sayin' this for months.
     

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