1. Delegates

    GOP Might Have to Let Ron Paul Speak

    SPRINGFIELD, VA - FEBRUARY 28:  Republican Presidential candidate and U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) speaks to supporters during a primary night party February 28, 2012 in Springfield, Virginia. According to early exit polls, Mitt Romney has a very slim lead over Rick Santorum in Michigan's primary, with Romney projected to win the Arizona primary. Voters in Michigan and Arizona went to the polls today to pick their choice for the Republican presidential nominee. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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    Ron Paul's diabolical plan to disrupt the Republican National Convention just might work. All it really takes to get a fifteen minute speech at this shindig is winning a plurality of delagates in at least five states. Ron Paul has already done that in four! This Saturday, Nebraska will hold the last state convention for this electoral cycle meaning if Paul is able to garner a plurality of delegate votes there, the GOP will have no choice but to let Paul speak. And then hilarity, mayhem, revolution or something will ensue. 

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