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  1. wistahpatsfan

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    Mitt Romney 24% (439 votes)
    Ron Paul 24% (438 votes)

    Newt Gingrich 18%
    Sarah Palin 18%

    Mike Huckabee 4%
    Tim Pawlenty 3%
    Mike Pence 3%
    Rick Santorum 2%
    Gary Johnson 1%

    Interesting.

    Romney didn't attend and they had to beg Ron Paul to come. Of course, Palin was more than eager to bring her money-grubbing (and pretty nice) arse for some speeches, but she ended up in a virtual tie with NEWT GINGRICH??? She'll be in line for some serious ka-ching come primary season but the pubbies wouldn't dare let her run...unless they intend to lose on purpose in the GE.

    And how does Romney win a GE in this environment? How does he completely deny that he was ever the governor of Mass?

    Is it time to come to terms with Ron Paul being a serious contender for POTUS? I still have my lawn signs from last time.
     
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    From an economic perspective, these is no one even close to Ron Paul's qualifications. on that single issue (which just so happens to be by far the single most important in this nation and the world), I have to agree with you!
     
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    I like Ron Paul but what concerns me is there are to many Liberals that also like him........
     
  4. wistahpatsfan

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    Name one.:cool:
     
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    My wife..........
     
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    Romney's time was 2008. Someone else from the field will need to step up.
     
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    I only 'like' Paul because of his foreign policy views as well as his views on the war on drugs and the fact that he doesn't compromise his values. Also the fact that republicans hate him even though he's their most ardent small government representative, which is hilarious.

    Other than that, i disagree with a lot of what he stands for.
     
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    For some reason Ron Paul is idolized by the extreme right, Hutaree etc.
     
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    The top 5 have no chance of beating Obama. They better come up with a better plan.
     
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    This ground Zero to our horrible political process right now...

    that should be a good thing!!! People recognize principles no matter where they stand, they can see Ron Paul is real, has real ideas, and has seen this coming form quite some time.

    You should be thrilled that the other side of the isle see's his value as well.
     
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    It's funny that many of those liberals and Obama ballwashing supposed libertarians don't know where he stands on social issues such as abortion, gay marriage, 2nd amendment and this stupid healthcare bill. Being sorta an isolationist is fine, except some of these a$$holes think that money saved should just be pumped in to more social programs, which is not what he is advocating, but many I've heard who supported Paul believe that.
     
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    :rofl: ..... now that is a great one liner ... :rofl:
     

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