They say the prophet is never accepted in his homeland, which would be what Ron Paul might say about Texas. However, he isn’t from Texas, but rather Pennsylvania, a state which most readers of this blog know is the origin of some of Americas most self-righteous nutcases. That being said, he has been in Texas long enough to call the Lone Star State home. If he can’t carry Texas what does it mean? Lets just say his neighbors know him.
The news that Ron Paul will suspend his campaign in the remaining primary states (like Texas where his Congressional seat is located) was slow but sure in coming. But he needs to give his disciples an excuse as to why he would lose the state of his Congressional seat to a Yankee like Romney. So he’s dropping out of spending money on the primary campaign and concentrating on the caucus states to drum up enough delegates in influence the campaign. Lots of luck. Not since the Van Trapp Children sang “So Long, Farewell” have I enjoyed such a goodbye performance. Reality will sink in soon, even among the delusional. The Doctor is not in.