The deep South, why no traction for the good Dr?Submitted by joeinmo on Thu, 03/08/2012 - 09:56
Luckily, the South is almost complete, but why no traction?
Georgia is easy, Newts home state, but let's not forget Neal Boortz radio jock, the Neo-Libertarian and all around fake conservative pushing Newt hard.
Talk radio and Fox News saturates the South, Propaganda in the highest order, but it is filled with Southern Baptist, and evangelical Christians who push Santorum, who is a hated Catholic, but I guess is perceived via falsehoods that he is pro life and against sin - farthest from the truth.
Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, N. Carolina, Texas, Southern half Missouri, Kentucky, W.Virginia, Louisiana.
Of these Paul has a great chance to win Louisiana, - It's Southern, it's Christian, but they are like the NH of the South and love personal freedoms.
Texas, Paul's home state. Medina did well last time, the key will be to get the word out that Santorum is No Pro Lifer, and to break out his record to show how truly corrupt he is. We have a little bit of time to do this, but must start now.
Alabama - Tough state
Mississippi - Big gambling state, could be better than we think, still tough.
Missouri - Southern half, south of I-44 is like being in Tennessee, Northern half like Iowa. Paul won the majority of delegates on the first round in 08, but even though Santorum won the meaningless primary, Gingrich will be there for the caucus, do not look for Santorum to win the caucus. I will call it for Paul. Kansas City is Paul Country, St. Louis is Paul country, out state is Santorum, Springfield will be the battleground. The candidate that wins Springfield, will take the caucus.
Kentucky, can Rand pull one out for Senior? We may have an upset.
West Virginia - Look for Paul to do really well.
N. Carolina - this state as changed demographically - up in the air.