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-- talking about -- a surprise.
And now they expected it Ronnie went that they didn't expect it would in these numbers he.
Got 40% of the vote.
Which is a clear and solid victory and we did -- little deeper and those numbers -- He won conservatives.
He won Tea Party folks handily he won women handily he want all of these subgroups that are absolutely necessary both to -- The nomination but so.
To show viable against President Obama in the general election and that has been the premise of his candidacy.
Is that he is the Republican who can be President Obama in the general action and so so Ronnie came out very very strong and it's a little surprised yeah you're -- But now I know you -- that almost 40%.
-- -- I know you're in New Hampshire.
But I also know you to be somebody -- can talk about all issues and I'm following a trend now on the live chat about South Carolina can ask your question about that -- I'll be there next -- even okay ten euros rights Ron Paul will win South Carolina because I did ask a few minutes ago.
Who wins South Carolina -- Ted -- -- back Ron Paul will win South Carolina sounds like you haven't been to South Carolina Harris.
Well I have.
Yeah you know I think what you're seeing is some of the -- at dealing enthusiasm.
Of the -- highlights I mean there there they are everywhere they are well -- -- -- huge -- of enthusiasm.
Or even in South Carolina despite the fact -- South Carolina is not going to be as -- Ron -- state.
Take my word for it right here right now I think that about early next and I know it's funny first NASA to -- FRA nominee John Paul I think -- Ronnie will actually have a good chance sixty has so much momentum coming out this.
-- has money and as organization that did the X-Factor now is is how much new it's super pac money and that -- that -- is gonna run.
I can't come back.
On -- how much -- really danger -- also Romney's ability to answer this narrative about him being a corporate raider.
At -- and -- talking about the ebbs and flows of capitalism and the risks that job creators take.
When -- -- aside do you think this is gonna come down I think -- show very strong hunts and basically sign off the map and I think he still have full social conservatives fighting it out for the conservative vote -- I think they'll divide their votes between Santorum and Harry and and we'll see how Gingrich.
All right and and just to be fair Ted yellow -- are -- all morning long we've been saying that that's Ron Paul but let's just -- you know.
Just for fun things -- -- Perry now let's say a different person let's say it's Rick Perry and you just told us that he won't win.
Rick Perry has run out of money he is running out of enthusiasm how do you guys right out of money.
-- if you look at how much he was active in Iowa he has spent and he had his coffers were really full when he started the race.
But he spent a lot of money in Iowa for a very marginal sense.
He has not.
The fundraising -- -- if you look at SEC reports his fundraising has dried up in the last quarter of last year civilians so that it's it's really he's just sort of running on fumes and -- and South Carolina empathy.
Maybe two or three people on the ground there -- -- -- South Carolina is a is a dynamic state there's at least five different regions that you really have to.
Delve into -- get strong support and he just simply doesn't have the power to -- to galvanize a lot of voters to the polls.
All right Margaret Hamburg and seeing this morning from New Hampshire talking about all things primary leading up to the GOP nomination.
Who will take on president Barack Obama good to see you thank you very much broke.
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