Ron Paul Lost, Let Me Count the Ways
Jim Henley assesses the complete and utter failure that was the Ron Paul campaign for the Republican presidential nomination:
Paul failed to win any states, to move the GOP debate in his direction, to accrue significant delegates or to leverage his fund-raising into a third-party run. And word is he’s staying quiet about endorsing an independent because he doesn’t want the Congressional GOP leadership to strip him of committee assignments come the fall. Paul accomplished the one thing he’s always been good at: using political appeals to get people to send money. I don’t feel freer.
But other than that, he did a super job. Revolution!