Paul’s 10% and other thoughts

Paul’s 10% was not the glorious ending enthusiasts like myself expected, but on the other hand he reached the double digit number Fox said he would not reach. Will they still exclude him from the debate?

Another interesting dimension of the Iowa Caucus is that the independent vote went indisputably to Ron Paul with 29% in the Republican side and Barack won unanimously on the Democratic side. This may have severe ramifications for the New Hampshire primary where independent voters generally play a significant role.

Paul’s campaign needs to use all its energy and the millions in hand to invest in New Hampshire. If Ron Paul secures a third place in New Hampshire he will continue strong until February 5th. However, if he ends in 4th or 5th it will be difficult to carry on the enthusiasm. Here comes the Revolution to the Live Free or Die state!

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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