2012 U.S presidential elections match between Pres. Obama and Gov. Romney: An observation
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2012 U.S presidential elections match between Pres. Obama and Gov. Romney: An observation

Washington : DC : USA | Jul 15, 2012 at 9:28 AM PDT
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2012 U.S presidential elections match between Pres. Obama and Gov. Romney: An observation

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Meghashyam Mali reported, “Ron Paul fails to win enough delegates in Neb. to be nominated.” Paul got only 2 out 32 delegates in Nebraska State Convention. Mitt Romney got the rest of the delegates.

The Nebraskan big event this weekend overturned Paul’s hopes to get enough delegates to qualify him a speaking slot during the Republican National Convention on August 25, 2012 in Tampa, Florida, USA. The RNC speaking slot goes to Mitt Romney consequent of Nebraska State Convention.

This makes 2012 U.S presidential elections a match between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. This is a head on and face to face show of strengths between 1% America and 99% of American.

The American voters have to choose whose program is the most palatable, workable and most beneficial for everybody at least for the next four years.

Source:

1. http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-presidential-primary/237941-ron-paul-fails-to-win-enough-delegates-in-neb-for-nomination

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