NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) – Fresh off a close second-place finish in the Maine caucuses, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said he is “disappointed” with the results, but says he will stay in the race. On CBS News’ “Face the Nation,” Paul also looked past the Republican primaries at the issue of electability and said that while he thought Mitt Romney could beat President Obama in the general election, Romney wasn’t the only one. “I think I could beat him, too,” Paul said. “I think I have appealed to some of those Democrats that he doesn’t have.” But the Texas Republican had a word of caution for whomever the nominee is: “Any Republican who thinks he’s a shoe-in should have another thought coming.”

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