Just a quick summary of a number of encouraging notes from the DailyPaul.com –
Disappointing BUT the real truth is
the fact that Santorum did so well tonight means…..all four will remain in the race. Gingrich won’t leave….not yet. Santorum has no reason to leave with this success. The golden boy won’t leave. Therefore, the delegates continue to be divided making it impossible for any candidate to reach 1144. Tonight just increases the prospects of a brokered convention and that was always our best chance.
Romney did horrible tonight considering his front runner stamp and Santorum has no organization. Remember a few weeks ago when the guy from Dr. Paul’s campaign in 2008 said even if Santorum runs the board, he can’t hit 1144. Stay strong!!!
We cannot get downhearted. So so so so many things can happen between now and Tampa. All tonight means is we just keep going forward, continue to organize and get to the convention.
ATTENTION: Other than taking 1st, the scenario is playing out perfectly!
To all of the Ron Paul supporters around the country, other than taking each state with a 1st place, all the pieces are falling in place for a brokered convention.
It is looking as if there will not be enough first round votes to take the GOP nomination, so then all of you Ron Paul supporters that have clawed your way to those delegate spots in place of Romney, Santorum and Gingrich supporters, you will be free to vote.
This is Paul’s strategy and it’s falling perfectly into place.
Keep it up, keep pushing, we will do this.
RON PAUL has the MOST 2nd place finishes to DATE! More than any other candidate
For all of you detractors on the Paul and all the detractors on the MSM.
Paul has the most second place finishes to date, and as the primaries move on, Paul is getting stronger.
So Far Paul has 9 second place finishes. More than likely we have gotten the majority of delegates in these states: NH, MN, WA, VA, VT, ND, Maine, Idaho, and Alaska.
Paul has four – 3rd place finishes, more than likely the most delegates in 2 of those states:
IA, NV, MO (no caucus yet) and MA (caucus still to come).
This is like a NASCAR championship, let’s just keep getting delegates.
A win will come.