In case you accidentally switched on your TV's George Stephanopoulos filter, here's the freshly YouTubed video of Ron Paul on This Week.
Here's the closing exchange on Paul's viability.
Stephanopoulos: What's success for you in this campaign?
Paul: What's success? Well, to win, is one, is the goal.
Stephanopoulos: That's not going to happen.
Paul: Do you know for absolute? Are you willing to bet every cent in your pocket for that?
Paul: You are. OK. I thought so when I ran for Congress. I wouldn't bet anything I could have been elected to Congress. The odds are great, the odds are difficult, and I know that. But I would say that what has happened so far has been about 100 times greater than I anticipated.
Also, Stephanopoulos starts off the broadcast with some video of the "nice crowd assembled on the street" to support Paul. Stephanopoulos arrived at the interview a moment after Paul did and couldn't get a clear path into the hotel. He dodged around the crowd, looking bemused, and strolled into the hotel noticed only by a surly throng of baseball card collecters. (I'm captured around 18 seconds into the video, camera left, in sunglasses and a bright green shirt.)