What's all this talk about the TV networks excluding Ron Paul from Saturday's GOP presidential debates?
The maverick Texas congressman got 10 percent of the vote in Iowa on Thursday.
That's better than Rudy Giuliani, Duncan Hunter and Tom Tancredo. I don't hear anyone saying they won't allow Giuliani to debate.
Paul did better than many of the Democratic candidates, including Bill Richardson, Joe Biden, Chris Dodd, Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich.
Why should the media dictate which voices are heard? He may have views that are out of the norm, but Ron Paul deserves to be heard.
Here's the most recent results from the Iowa caucuses:
1,702 of 1,781 precincts - 96 percent
Mike Huckabee 39,814 - 34 percent
Mitt Romney 29,405 - 25 percent
Fred Thompson 15,521 - 13 percent
John McCain 15,248 - 13 percent
Ron Paul 11,598 - 10 percent
Rudy Giuliani 4,013 - 3 percent
Duncan Hunter 515 - 0 percent
Tom Tancredo 5 - 0 percent
1,781 of 1,781 precincts - 100 percent
Barack Obama 940 - 38 percent
John Edwards 744 - 30 percent
Hillary Clinton 737 - 29 percent
Bill Richardson 53 - 2 percent
Joe Biden 23 - 1 percent
Uncommitted 3 - 0 percent
Chris Dodd 1 - 0 percent
Mike Gravel 0 - 0 percent
Dennis Kucinich 0 - 0 percent