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Ron Paul Odds of Becoming Next US President in 2012 at 45/1

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Apr/27/2011
Ron Paul

Is it just us or does Republican Ron Paul stand a much better shot of winning state caucuses for the 2012 US Presidential race and potentially the Republican nomination.  His odds currently were set at 45/1 at BetUS.com.

As much as the mainstream media seemed to want to paint the long time Congressman as a nutcase during his last run, Ron Paul seems like the sanest of this current crop.

A strong supporter of one’s right to gamble legally online, Paul is the darling of the online gambling community, including Internet poker. 

How Ron Paul has longer odds than Bill Frist, which helped push through Internet gambling prohibition in October 2006, is beyond us. 

Congressman Paul appeared on Eliot Spitzer’s CNN show “In The Arena” Tuesday night and he’s being embraced by the media this go-around, at least it seems.  The Texas Congressman was excluded from a Presidential debate in 2008 on Fox News.  That won’t happen this time.

Paul’s no spring chicken, he’ll be 77 when the 2012 Presidential Election is held.  He’s the same age as Doyle Brunson (egad!).  But just think, he’s young enough to be Betty White’s son. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com S Presidential Election 2012

 

 

Who will be the next US President in 2012

Moneyline

Al Gore    

+2000

Barack Obama    

-200

Bill Frist    

+2500

Bobby Jindal    

+2000

Charlie Crist    

+2500

Condoleeza Rice    

+2000

David Petraeus    

+3500

Donald Trump    

+3000

Evan Bayh    

+2000

Hillary Clinton    

+1500

Jeb Bush    

+2000

Joe Biden    

+1500

Joe Wurzelbacher    

+8000

John Edwards    

+3000

John McCain    

+5000

Mark Sanford    

+5000

Mark Warner    

+5000

Michael Bloomberg    

+2000

Mike Huckabee    

+1500

Mitt Romney    

+1000

Newt Gingrich    

+5000

Rob Portman    

+1200

Ron Paul    

+4500

Rudolph Giuliani    

+2500

Sarah Palin    

+1000

Tim Pawlenty    

+2000

 

 

 

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