I mentioned this before and I think it's the only thing that makes sense for the two. Romney has to win 48% of the upcoming delegates, much of the South hasn't voted and it appears in many middle ground states, he needs to out spend his competitors by at least 4 to 1, if not 6 to 1.
Romney may not avoid a brokered convention unless he cuts a deal with someone and without a deal he will go through many millions more than if he cuts a deal.
1. Paul doesn't have a chance even though he won a county in Utah.
2. Romney and Paul have not spent time attacking each other.
3. Paul appeals to some independents at a time when the War on women is turning off rational voters.
It's a ticket that could win.