Paul Overshadowed by Gingrich, Romney in Debate

Texas Congressman Ron Paul maintained his trademark consistency at Monday night's Republican debate in Florida, but he was largely overshadowed by the barbs traded between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.

NBC News anchor Brian Williams asked Paul his first question about 15 minutes into the televised matchup, which also featured former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

"I don’t sit around daydreaming about [being in the White House]," Paul responded when asked about his true ambitions and path moving forward. "[Getting the] delegates is what counts."

Paul said he is still not "an absolutist" when it comes to declaring whether ...

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