- Ron Paul is a mere six points away from the lead, in this Iowa poll.
- Bachmann’s gaffes and missteps cause her campaign to implode.
- The evangelical network gets behind Paul and gives the Texan congressman a Huckabee-esque boost
- Going into New Hampshire, Paul’s fiercely independent, live-free-or-die mentality fits right in with the ethos of the Granite State
"I used to think you were crazy Ron, but I'm starting to think I'm a little crazy myself."To me it sounded very much like he had just found the missing piece of a great puzzle he was working on.
I don't read tealeaves, but I do see an intriguing pattern here. It's an echo of Juan Williams' words , who says this with amazement:
"If you have not been paying attention, it is time to look around and realize that we are living in the political age of Rep. Ron Paul."It's also an echo of the thoughts of chief media advisor in 2000 and 2004 for George W. Bush’s campaign for President (Mark McKinnon), who said:
"Ron Paul becoming the ideal pick for voters who want to buck the status quo"