Southern Strategy For Ron Paul To Win The GOP Nomination - It's WorkingSubmitted by zooamerica on Thu, 09/29/2011 - 20:58
Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina...
Perry, Romney, Paul....
1st, 2nd, 3rd...for now.
I expect Ron Paul to do very well in Iowa. He may not win, but he does not have to spend a small fortune in Iowa to remain relevant in this race. For Bachmann, it's a must win or bow out.
New Hampshire is open to the independent vote. If Romney and Perry fail to win in New Hampshire, they are finished and the 2012 republican presidential race will enter into a whole new territory that has not been seen since the days of Warren G. Harding.
By the time the primary elections take place, the majority of voters in Iowa and New Hampshire are going to vote for anyone besides Romney or Perry.
Information, and word of mouth advertising travels at light speed in 2011.
SOUTH CAROLINA is KEY in my opinion. After Perry and Romney go the way of Giuliani and Thompson, Ron Paul will have a grand opportunity to win in the south.
I think that the SOUTH is the going to ultimately choose the 2012 republican nominee, and Ron Paul is doing quite well in the southern states right now....for a very BIG and important reason.
Texas is a huge military state. So is South Carolina. So is Georgia. So is North Carolina. So is Virginia.
The military supports Ron Paul, overwhelmingly....they want to come home, and their families want them to come home too.
The South is going to vote for the anti-war candidate that doesn't just give lip service to the constitution.
It also helps to have your son (Rand Paul) as a senator in Kentucky.
And here is a key FACT: Mitt Romney did not win a SINGLE southern state in the 2008 primary elections.