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What if Ron Paul wins Iowa – and New Hampshire, too?

What if Ron Paul wins Iowa – and New Hampshire, too?
By Peter Grier, CSMonitor.com

Ron Paul is surging in Iowa. In polls of Hawkeye State Republican voters, Rep. Paul has jumped from about 12 percent support on Dec. 12 to 21.7 percent support today, according to the RealClearPolitics rolling average. With Newt Gingrich’s Iowa support collapsing, Paul is suddenly the GOP frontrunner there – and the caucuses are only two weeks away.

As Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post notes in her “Right Turn” blog, there is now a distinct possibility that Paul will win in Iowa. He’s got both the poll lead and “a ground game with energized followers that is likely to produce results on caucus night,” Ms. Rubin writes.

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that article is TWO...

...WEEKS old.

I know we all want Paul to

I know we all want Paul to win tomorrow, but I am scared with the over confidence. It is way too tight to call and there are so many obstacles to overcome. I don't like being disappointed. I just don't want to be under the illusion that his support is just from a small group either..

I hope they come to their sense tomorrow and vote him as winner... I don't want 2 weeks of gloating form the media and Paul haters...

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...

I really don't want to be

I really don't want to be disappointed. I'll be disappointed if he comes 3rd or below. 2nd is a good position, 1st will be amazing. :)

Answer... Obama is done.


This article is a nice read

and is a nice visualization tool for those of us who are praying and imagining a Paul win tomorrow.

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