Sunday, February 21, 2010

The march to political irrelevance....

Would be Tea Party support of a 9% candidate...


(AP via ChronBlog 02/20/2010)
Rep. Ron Paul won the most support for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination in an unofficial straw poll of conservative activists attending an annual conference.
A libertarian from Texas who has railed against spending and the Federal Reserve, Paul won the Saturday contest at the Conservative Political Action Conference with 31 percent backing.



Of course, it's easy to cast a vote for a fringe candidate when there are no consequences.

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