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Ron Paul wins 2nd in NH Democratic Presidential Primary (don't see that on the MSM)


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Comment by Ed Vallejo
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It's gone!

I did some searches, and neither yahoo or google has it cached, but I found one googleuser that had it mirrored.  I copied it, and posted it on the NEW

here is the result url I got it from:

Comment by Powell Gammill
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So I am guessing those who get a ballot regardless of at least major party status get to vote for whoever qualified for the primary ballot in either (any?) party? [Which makes a Party affiliated ballot nonsensical, but we will set that aside for this.]

The take home point is of the entire slate of candidates Democratic voters either picked Obama (1st place) or Ron Paul (2nd place).  I would have been far more impressed had Romney and Huntsman not come in 3rd and 4th place respectively out of a slate of 22 candidates for President, 14 of which are Democrats.  Still, it clearly shows cross over favors Paul over Romney.

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