Ron Paul To Both Major Parties: Surrender or Die!
Okay. Please consider this Ron Paul arithmatic or methodogy of statistics. It could happen.
Ron Paul Can be elected President of the US in the general election of 2012 and this is the incredible formulation in this column by James Jaeger on LewRockwell.com
It would explain how powerful elements in the neo-conservative movement both (at the same time and in the same sentence) condemn Ron Paul for being representative of nobody and also a spoiler in the election while claiming that his pending first place victory in Iowa and New Hampshire represent no mandate.
"Ron Paul does not even need the GOP to win the general election. If he were to walk away for a third party, he would take at least 12% of the Republican vote with him. He would also take another 15% from the Independents and at least 11% from the Democrats. This would give him 38% - enough of the vote to win the Presidency in a three-man race."
Public Advocate has never linked to lew rockwell, but we can not ignore the tremendous energy that the Ron Paul supporters are going to to overcome the establishment Republicans, the Obama administration and the major news media.
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