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As of 4/3/2012, how many delegates do you think Dr. Paul has?

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No2statism Posted: Tue, Apr 3 2012 8:21 PM

According to this, he has 380.

However, I don't think the number is quite that high.  I noticed one of the posters said 200-250, which I think is about right.

Also, do you think Romney really has more than 50% of the delegates possible (i.e., possible as of today, not 1144) as the MSM reports?

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However many Ron Paul has takes away from the projected totals of all of the candidates.  So what the MSM says about Romney et al I would assume are all over estimation to the proportion that Paul has them.

I've seen articles that say Paul has only 50 or less.

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The FED and the MSM will probably prevent Dr. Paul from securing the nomination. Theres no way they'd let him be elected.

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200 sounds about right. I expect him to get a higher count if the convention becomes brokered and delegates are released. I doubt he has enough to win the nomination though. 

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