Ron Paul Wins Texas Primary

The Ron Paul Revolution continues, with a strong win in Texas.

While it didn’t look good a couple months ago, he’s handily won re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives from the Texas 14th. Dave Weigel has the play-by-play.

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Comments

  1. John says:

    When I read the post title, I was scared that you had taken a big gulp of kool aid.

  2. yetanotherjohn says:

    This is actually a very good thing for the republican party. A Bloomberg or a Ron Paul third party candidacy would have hurt the republicans come November (for different reasons). Now Ron will have something to keep him out of trouble for the next 8 months.

    Now if we can just get the Greens to nominate Gore.