What if Ron Paul wins the Republican nomination? (Video)

What if Ron Paul wins the Republican nomination? (Video)

Washington : DC : USA | May 09, 2012 at 7:23 AM PDT
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Ron Paul's freedom revolution is alive and well, but how viable is it? Does Ron Paul have as many delegates or more than Mitt Romney? It could be a possibility! Because it is all about the focus of the campaign. Where has Ron Paul been focusing? You guessed it, on the delegates, and his strategy is paying off in big numbers. But will it be enough for the convention?

If you've been following Ron Paul at the grassroots level you know BIG things are happening from Nevada to Maine, Iowa to Massachusetts, Minnesota, Texas and California, from Washington to the Virgin Islands. Ron Paul is a major GOP contender to the point where the question is being asked, "What if Ron Paul wins?" What? You haven't heard about this in the mainstream media? Well perhaps you aren't watching the right channel at just the right time.

It is true the coverage is limited and very difficult to find regularly. But is there a turn -- are they waking up? MSNBC's Rachel Maddow has been catching wind and has put together some great pieces about the army of liberty movement. Take a look for yourself, after doing a search Rachel Maddow Ron Paul, this impressive list of videos popped up on YouTube here.

Fox News recently said, "Ron Paul is much bigger than people know." They say, "This is happening all over the nation. And ask, "What are the implications?" Is the establishment catching on or getting nervous?

The Washington Times kicks in with a great article, "The media just won't let up on Ron Paul." This great piece is quite a breath of fresh air that delves into the historical unfairness towards Ron Paul from the genesis of his campaign.

Despite Rick Santorum's support of Mitt Romney the questions still remain: Could Ron Paul win the Republican nomination? If he does, what will the mainstream media do then? Can Ron Paul take Barack Obama?

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