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On every radio show, TV station and news outlet we get served the idea that this is a race with 3 cadidates.
I listened to Rush Limbaugh last week talk about how he has no intention to reveal who he is voting for amongst the 3 candidates in the Primary in Florida.
He repeated that he had not decided which “of the three” he will vote for.
He was of course referring to Romney, Gingrich and Santorum, who are currently 1st, 2nd and last.
Not even referring to the top 3, but to the top 2 and that guy who is dead last, Rick Santorum.
Ron Paul is third right now with 10 delegates after the first 4 states, and Ron Paul is favored to finish top 2 in the next 3 states of Nevada, Michigan and Maine. The last place candidate that people act like is not last Santorum is not expected to finish top 2 in any of these states.
Endless examples of the media trying to slight Paul or cut him out of the race. Meanwhile, Paul is 3rd and has a chance of moving up to second in the next month with favorable states coming up.
Paul has the second most money, and perhaps the most loyal following of any candidate.
Lets look back at the nevada Primary in 2008.
Ron Paul finished second, ahead of John McCain, CNN reported the results showing Romney 1st and McCain second and completely ommitted Ron Paul from the graphic, even though he finished far ahead of McCain in the state primary.
Someone atr CNN took the time to make a graphic to display on the screnn and intentionally omitted the second place finisher and showed the results for first and third place only.
If that is anything but intentional, Im not sure what it is.
Not enough to convince you? Think Paul fans are just dillusional?
How about this screenshot from the New York Times.com
Add up the totals they show for the GOP in Nevada, youll find alot of missing votes, thats because they didnt put Ron Paul in with the other 5 candidates, even though he finished second in Nevada in 2008.
Nevada Primary Coverage Rerun
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