VIDEO: Ron Paul Revolution: It's Not Over Yet
Under the Republican National Committee rules, Ron Paul may still have a shot at getting his name officially placed in nomination if the “Paulites” in Nebraska can come through with a winning plurality of delegates from their state to the Tampa confab.
If Dr. Paul does win Nebraska, that will be the fifth state caucus he's won, creating some trouble for the GOP and Republican presidential candidate favorite Mitt Romney. Paul already has Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, and Minnesota under his belt.
Some experts and analysts believe this next move – a fifth potential caucus win – will give way to the next big wave of the Ron Paul Revolution and allow Paul to secure another solid 15 minutes of fame while speaking on the floor at the Republican National Convention. This could be the largest national audience Paul's ever had.
This will surely put Romney in between a rock and a hard place...especially since Paul can still “win” even without winning the actual nomination. As an educator for liberty, this will be a huge achievement for Paul in shedding light on his ideas to cut government debt and limiting the government's control of American lives.
If Paul does speak at the convention, you can expect him to focus on his anti-Federal Reserve and anti-intervention-overseas agenda.
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