Ron Paul Wins Iowa 16 Weeks Later; Supporters Remind of Tenth Ballot Harding Win

Edited by Tony Rutherford from Multiple Reports
Ron Paul Wins Iowa 16 Weeks Later; Supporters Remind of Tenth Ballot Harding Win

Mitt Romney has been proclaimed to be the presumed Republican nominee for President of the United States. However, over the weekend, delegates in Texas marched supporting Ron Paul. Their battle cry --- remember Warren Harding. He came in to the 1920 GOP convention with the fewest delegates but won the nomination on the tenth ballot.

That’s why as predicted by Paul, the candidate  has taken Minnesota winning at least 20 of the state’s 40 delegates. Last week, Paul gained  12 Colorado delegates to Romney’s 16. Santorum won 8.  Do the math, those opposing Romney have conquered Colorado.

However, on the third revision, Ron Paul has now been declared the winner of Iowa. At first, the numbers did not add up and on MSNBC the GOP chairman in the middle of the night declared Romney the winner. Later, the statement flip-flopped and proclaimed Rick Santorum to win. Now, 16 weeks after Romney’s Iowa presumed win and 14 weeks after Santorum’s Iowa presumed win, Ron Paul has vaulted to the head of the pack in Iowa.

 

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