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February 06, 2008

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Mike

Sorry Michelle. Unfortunately, there are only three viable candidates left.

It's mathematically impossible for Ron Paul to get the nomination, even IF he were to receive 100% of the vote in every state left.

My guess is that Paul will stay in the race for exposure and then launch his 3rd party bid.

Paul, Just This Guy, You Know?

It's not about math, Mike, it's about Dr. Paul's hope that no one will have a majority going into the covention. I suspect he hopes to be a compromise candidate.

Matt

Some state have rules disallowing a major party candidate from running as a third party candidate after failing to get the nomination.

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