'cause I'm SO confused! Historically it's always been accepted, with much evidence to support it, that when a member of a particular party decides to run as an Indie, that person causes a split in that party's votes with the usual result that the other party wins. So Rasmussen just did a national poll of 1000 likely voters on choices in a THREE-way race with Romney, Obama, and Paul. Historically Obama wins. Three-Way Race: Romney 44%, Obama 39%, Ron Paul 13% - Rasmussen Reports Wrong! Ronmey 44, Obama 39, Paul 13. What the HELL is going on here?? Would we be wrong in believing the majority of Paul's supporters are Pubs? Or are we overlooking the number of times we've heard that Paul attracts a lot of YOUNG people? Are those kids registered Dem or Pub? And in what percentages? If most are Pubs, will they vote for Romney or sit at home? I find this fascinating [but then again, I'm easily amused - Keith JUDD for Prez!!!] Any theories on this?