Arithmetic of delegates betweenand Ron Paul: An observation
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There must be differences in the arithmetic used separately by GOP presidential nomination candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.
The one Romney uses says, the former Massachussetts governor has 865 however, one commented he has only 93 as of date.
On the other hand, the arithmetic of Paul says, the former Texas 14th district congressman has 82 delegates which hold the true count as of date.
Delegate count is Paul's last card challenge against Romney. It appears that Paul's camp is counting the delegates correctly in order to approximate how to outnumber Romney's number of delegates.
It is very interesting that Paul recently announced first victory since election year. Will Paul be able to wrestle if not grab the GOP presidential nomination from Romney?
Paul is waging the fight vigorously and the arithmetic of his delegates appears accurate and keeps counting on.