Time to go back to 1976? South Carolina vs. Nevada delegates.Submitted by ArsenalGunners11 on Sat, 01/21/2012 - 08:44
Check this out:
Just look at all of those beautiful PENALTIES folks! :-)
Nevada gets 28 delegates. South Carolina only gets 25, and they will still be split.
This site says that Nevada actually has 34 Republican delegates for their caucus.
I do remember after the 2nd place finish in New Hampshire, Ron Paul mentioned something along the lines of, "They don't even know what's going on!" :-)
While the lamestream media has been still hyping up South Carolina for it's streak since 1980 of picking the GOP nominee, the Ron Paul campaign has been HEAVY in Nevada.
Let the other RINO's waste their money on South Carolina & Florida. Nevada could actually be a bigger win than South Carolina, and the Ron Paul campaign could actually spend less to win more!
I've been saying for a while now that as long as Ron Paul takes 2nd or 3rd in IA, NH, SC, & FL, he's going to still have some strong momentum going into the other states.
Now, with Santorum, Romney, and even if Gingrich wins SC today, they all only have one win, but think of all the money their campaigns have spent on these first four states?
My guess is Santorum will be done after SC, and Gingrich will be done after Florida. Either way, neither of them are on the Virginia ballot, and possibly a few other states from what I've heard too?
A Nevada win after Florida possibly even going to Romney or Gingrich would be HUGE momentum going forward.
Ron Paul is spending SOME, but not wasting all on these first four states... How genius is that?