Sunday, February 12, 2012

Ron paul

  • Mitt Romney scored two minor but symbolically important victories on Saturday -- a first-place finish in the CPAC Straw poll and a win in the Maine caucus -- each of which set off accusations of foul play from the second place finisher.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, on Sunday waved off the suggestion that his narrow loss to Mitt Romney in Maine Saturday night was especially disappointing given his dogged efforts in the state.
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  • 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul has scored a strong finish in the Maine presidential caucuses. Paul gained over 36 percent of the vote in the 'Pine Tree' state, being barely nudged out by eventual winner Gov.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • Ron Paul admits that he needs a win to remain a creditable candidate for the Republican presidential nomination — and says he believes Maine is his best hope.
  • (ABC News)
  • LEWISTON — It was standing-room-only when presidential candidate Ron Paul, a U.S. congressman from Texas, took the microphone at Geiger Elementary School on Saturday.
  • (again - Sun-Journal)
  • Imagine voting for a Presidential candidate, seeing that candidate win, but watching in horror as a losing candidate gets the lions share of the states delegates. That, in a nutshell, is exactly what Texas Congressman Ron Paul is hoping for.
  • (Examiner)
  • Ron Paul counts himself among the baffled by Mitt Romneys description of himself as a severe conservative.
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  • Can we always call him feisty Ron Paul the way Steve Peoples of the Associated Press does? In an AP article republished by MSNBC, Paul reflects on his chances in Maine, which he believes are good.
  • (Gawker)
  • (NaturalNews) In a recent town hall meeting in New Hampshire, Presidential candidate Dr.
  • (Natural

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