Ron Paul’s impact on the future of America and how the nation remembers his involvement with the GOP presidential campaign process of 2012 is his and his alone. By saying that he cannot fully support the Republican Party’s choice and raising the discontentment of his supporters, he is on the verge of being best remembered as the presidential election spoiler – or attempted spoiler – of 2012.
Paul not only speaks to many people but also for many people. He has earned his right to speak – regardless of the rules and politics.
Mitt Romney continues to widen his lead over Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul in the nomination race for the 1,144 delegates.
At the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon, several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters greeted Romney harshly, walking around the hotel behind a black urn they said represented “job cremation.”
“Thank you FL!” an exuberant Romney tweeted minutes after the race was called. “While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama.”
The race for the Republican Presidential Candidacy continues in Florida; with the state’s primary two days away Rick Santorum has had to cancel campaign events to be with his ill daughter in Pennsylvania.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced he is suspending his campaign and dropping out of the race just days before the South Carolina primary and is endorsing Newt Gingrich.
Mitt Romney followed up his win in Iowa with a convincing win in New Hampshire’s Republican primary. The former Massachusetts governor easily outdistanced Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman and now it’s on to South Carolina.
What a relief for Mitt Romney. Last week’s squeaker in Iowa turned into a decisive victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday night. But as that old song goes, we’ve only just begun.
Monday marked the last full day of campaigning in New Hampshire. Mitt Romney is still ahead in the polls, but the other Republican presidential candidates were not ready to concede anything in advance of the nation’s first primary.
Zuccotti Park is protest city. Demonstrators have been pouring in since the “Occupy Wall Street” began over a week ago.
Nineteen percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents said in a new survey that they are most likely to back Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
Jesse Ventura, the former Navy SEAL, professional wrestler, and governor of Minnesota is back with a new book and buzz of a 2012 national run.