Paul still winless after Super Tuesday
March 7th, 2012
07:00 AM ET
3 years ago

Paul still winless after Super Tuesday

(CNN) - Tuesday night was super to some degree for every Republican presidential candidate except Rep. Ron Paul of Texas.

Supporters crossed their fingers that Paul would get his first win in North Dakota, only to lose to former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania. But Paul said he doesn't see Tuesday's outcome as definitive.

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  1. jkv372

    He didn't get the votes because his peaceful foreign policy. When will Americans realize that media is using scare tactics to dismiss Ron Paul. There is no real threat from Iran. They can't do anything to us. Media wants war so defense contractors and those who have stocks can keep on making money. Do we really want to send our troops to Iran to fight another war?

    March 7, 2012 07:08 am at 7:08 am |
  2. jkv372

    Can't believe people are actually eating up what they see on TV. Stop watching bogus news and start using your brain. If you were watching Fox/CNN last night you can clearly see how all the pundits were pushing for Romney. Why can't they ever say Santorum had a good night. Even though I don't like Santorum, he did kick Romney's behind where it counts. Romney spent so much money, but very won few states. If you select Romney or Santorum for your GOP nomination, surely Obama will win. GOP needs democrats to vote for them and only on that are willing to vote for GOP is Dr, Ron Paul. He makes the most sense and he follows both Republican and Democratic views.

    March 7, 2012 07:14 am at 7:14 am |
  3. Wendy

    No surprise there. silly old man.

    March 7, 2012 08:04 am at 8:04 am |
  4. Rudy NYC

    I guess Ron Paul supporters will bleme the media once again, and not their candidate.

    March 7, 2012 08:16 am at 8:16 am |
  5. Rudy NYC

    jkv372 wrote:

    "Ron Paul" makes the most sense and he follows both Republican and Democratic views.
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    Ron Paul beats his own drum to a completely different tune. His extreme make over of Libertaraianism gives it a bad name.

    March 7, 2012 08:22 am at 8:22 am |
  6. Elizabeth

    All I can say is that I am democrat, didn't vote for Obama, love Ron Paul, and wouldn't vote for Santorum, would consider Romney but might go with Obama over the the pipeline because I know it would pollute the midwest and the Ogalah aquifer.

    March 7, 2012 08:30 am at 8:30 am |