If there's one thing this GOP election cycle needs, it's to be shaken up. To be turned upside-down by an uncompromising straight-shooter who can cut through the partisan baloney on both sides of the aisle to create real solutions for America.
Well, I'm pleased to report that Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has swept in as a game-changing wildcard, a man poised to upend the status quo and put this country back on the path to fiscal responsibility and the ideals of individual liberty held dear by our Founders.
That's right — Ron Paul has won Maine's Washington County by 83 votes!
Ron Paul has gained 83 votes on Mitt Romney following a Republican presidential caucus in eastern Maine, where voting last week had been postponed due to bad weather. Romney still holds a 156-vote lead over Paul in statewide totals.
Paul received 163 votes in Saturday's Washington County caucus, where Republicans from more than two dozen towns gathered to cast their votes. Romney received 80 votes. Rick Santorum got 57 votes and Newt Gingrich received four votes.
What color tie do you think he'll wear at his inauguration?
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