The polls haven’t closed yet in New Hampshire but we can already predict the result: Mitt Romney > Ron Paul > Rick Santorum.
We’re not going to be up late tonight. This race should be even more one-sided than Bama over LSU last night.
OD is tuning into the New Hampshire Republican Primary to see how Ron Paul improves his performance with White voters. CNN will be doing exit polls which should contain more demographic data like we saw in Iowa. John Derbyshire has responded to Ron Paul’s silly comments on the “institutional racism” of the judicial system in the recent presidential debate.
We are not fooled by this textbook example of a politician delivering a rhetorical dodge: Ta-Nehisi Coates’ strong endorsement of Ron Paul has only confirmed the soundness of our view that Paul is merely dissimulating here.
No one is under any illusions that Ron Paul is going to be the Republican nominee. The real question is how many delegates can Ron Paul accumulate and how much impact will those delegates have on the Republican platform.
Is Ron Paul the heir to the Republican throne? The next guy in line for the nomination?
Note: We don’t see Ron Paul as any kind of White savior here. Instead, we are backing Ron Paul because we support his views on states’ rights, secession, freedom, and the welfare state.
Freedom is racist. It has a “disparate impact” upon the Black Undertow. BRA is unable to survive without massive perpetual transfers of wealth from Whites to African-Americans. If Ron Paul’s views of the welfare state were to triumph in the Republican Party, it would precipitate “The Day The EBT Card Stops Working.”
According to Ta-Nehisi Coates, 38 percent of African-Americans are on the EBT card. In “The GOP’s Black People Platform,” BRA’s columnist Charles Blow notes that “the rate of participation is much higher among blacks than whites.”
That’s the understatement of the century: Whites are literally depressing their birthrate to subsidize the Black Undertow (via the EBT card, TANF welfare check, WIC, and Section 8 vouchers) which commits the vast majority of criminal violence in our society and destroys Whitopias like Spanish Lake.
Update: Mitt Romney has officially won the New Hampshire Primary. Ron Paul has officially come in second place.