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Given the huge field of the early Republican lineup of candidates that prevented Paul from elaborating much more on what makes him so very different from the rest of the pack, and the scant 90 minutes afforded the public to know who they are, Paul did as well as he possibly could going from near last to FIRST place. BEFORE the Republican 'Debate' 1. Giuliani 41% 2. McCain 31% 3. Romney 28% 4. Huckabee 14% 5. Thompson 11% 6. Tancredo 10% 7. Brownback 10% 8. Paul 9% 9. Hunter 7% 10. Gilmore 4% AFTER the Republican 'Debate' at 9:28am the next morning: 1. Paul 35% 2. Romney 30% 3. Giuliani 25% 4. McCain 20% 5. Huckabee 16% 6. Tancredo 10% 7. Brownback 9% 8. Thompson 9% 9. Hunter 8% 10. Gilmore 7%
Re: Ron Paul Goes From Near Last To FIRST After 'Debate'
Ron Paul is an interesting alternative candidate, with that being said, because of his difference and not cow towing to the beltway hierarchy will be eliminated quickly. At least he says something different, and has some new ideas about the limits of government. He is as close to a Liberatarian as you will see in this election.
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