Now Ron Paul Will Win the Iowa Caucus He “Lost” in January

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This Weekend Ron Paul Will Win (WON!) the Iowa Caucus He “lost” last January

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In January, Mainstream Media covered the beginning of the Iowa Caucus process and declared first Romney and later Santorum winners.

Fact is, every campaign knew Ron Paul’s supporters totally swamped the Iowa Caucuses that day AND they knew that meant Ron Paul eventually would take more delegates than any of his opponents and quite possibly more than all of them combined.

There are 28 national delegates from Iowa.  Three are state party officials, including the Iowa State Chair, a Ron Paul supporter.  The others are chosen at congressional district votes today, Friday June 15th and tomorrow morning.

So, Ron Paul now is about to win WON! the Iowa caucus vote which Mainstream Media consistently has said really happened last January.

I still wish I could get some of what they are smoking.

News from Iowa Convention-Most recent on TOP

NOTE: Initial reports say Paul took 11 of the 12 Delegates selected on Friday

Saturday’s convention opens approx 9:30am CST


Paul Delegate Slate passed (it had been opposed by pro Romney/Santorum forces)–IF that’s final (and it appears so) it means Paul took from Iowa nearly all the delegates available; it’s a ROUT— IF it’s final

The Platform was accepted “as written”.  For more detail, go HERE.

A proposal to require delegates to be “bound” to nominee was defeated-upshot is delegates need not reveal for whom they will vote in Tampa.

This was a pretty good blow by blow for Saturday

Charges of bribery

Audio of all opening speeches; including Chair A J Spiker, a Paul supporter

Saturday Report: Angry yelling and screaming

 Opinion column: Paul people must be more polite or LEAVE

Article: The GOP now fears a “Paul Circus” in Iowa

Here’s Ron Paul’s Friday Statement

5 thoughts on “Now Ron Paul Will Win the Iowa Caucus He “Lost” in January

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  2. I just listened to Ron Paul’s statement. It’s good. Nowhere did he mention we have quit. He did not mention his son’s defection to Mitt. He made one point that is ringing in my ears: “….some think too many freedoms is a bad thing.” I think he nailed it right there. He’s right. We need more freedoms. Not less. I like this. He’s got me back on the deck, and I’m fighting mad. I do believe we all have to put the crap behind us, get up out of our foxholes and defensive positions taken since the CA Primary Election, and go offensively into the battle.

  3. Bobby, if you’re planning on having that breast milk AND going to Tampa it’ll need to be fed to you by a Florida woman, a native Bobby.

    The federal government won’t allow interstate transport and sale of raw milk!

  4. OK, this is all so cornfusing! Our Democracy, I mean. Wouldn’t we just be better off like the Romans when their Empire turned about 250 years old of just electing a Dictator so we could all be taken care of? I mean, now as I understand it, Mitt won the Iowa Primary. Sanitarium won the Straw Poll. And, now Ron Paul has won all the delegates. Now, we don’t hear squat from Ron Paul except to donate money to get his “Audit the FED” bill passed, and on the 30th of August in Tampa Rand Paul is giving all of the Ron Paul delegates to Mitt. r i close? If I pass on eating this shit with a spoon will someone feed me some breast milk?

    • There is no Iowa primary. The straw poll came earlier, in 2011, and was won by Michelle Bachmann with Paul finishing a close second.

      The misreporting that has confused so many people is the reports of someone winning the Iowa Caucuses which were in January.

      Those caucuses are just the start of a long process of getting to this weekend, when the delegates are selected at the State Convention (which is today) and the congressional district voting, which was last night.

      Right now, they are on lunch break. Paul won nearly half of the available delegates on Friday night.

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