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A quiet insurrection

By Mary Fitzgerald  

While the world’s media continues to obsess over the Obama/Clinton deadlock, it seem to have gone relatively unnoticed that the Republican primary race is still on—at least for some.

McCain may have won enough votes to secure the nomination, yet Ron Paul’s followers are still lobbying delegates, with a surprising degree of success. Their quiet insurrection may not be far-reaching enough to change the course of history, (so far they’ve only successfully ‘grabbed’ a handful of delegates in a few county halls in Missouri and Nevada), but their antics certainly provide an entertaining diversion from what is fast becoming a…

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