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Originally posted by Fromabove
Any chance someone could possibly provide the proof of Romney buying tickets for the vote ? As for Ron Paul, he's scary and I would never vote for him. I would vote for Romney or Gingrich. Sarah blew any chance she had when she destroyed all of her credibility by supporting McCain for re election.
I will however, vote for anyone other than Obama or a democrat in the next elections to come. So if it was Ron verses Obama, I guess I would have to close my eyes, tell myself I'm sorry, and pull the lever for Ron Paul.
[edit on 10-4-2010 by Fromabove]
I am simply astounded that Ron Paul got second. Ron Paul, being pretty much a third party candidate, got 2nd place by one vote.
Maybe there is hope for a third party president? (Yes, he is registered as "republican" but his views aren't)
Originally posted by js331975
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
Further illustrates the one party system. Romney is just the white Obama. Well, he's the 100% white Obama.
Funny if he stacked the vote and still only came out one vote ahead. What a douche bag. A Masshole through and through.
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Romney is not from Mass. He's from Utah. As a resident of Mass. I say Romney should go back to Utah and never return.
Originally posted by ibiubu
reply to post by mnemeth1
I like Ron Paul as well. I have a couple of concerns...his military background, his stance on 911, and his association to elites within the party. Maybe he just doesn't wan't to delve into 911 so he just decided to say there is nothing there. 911 truth is political suicide. What are your thoughts? I want to vote for him, but I'm still not sure.
Any chance someone could possibly provide the proof of Romney buying tickets for the vote ?
Supporters of both Romney and Paul spent money in an effort to win the straw poll, with a group called "Evangelicals for Mitt" paying for 200 tickets for supporters and Paul's Campaign for Liberty offering more than 600 discounted tickets for Paul backers, according to Washington Post's David Weigel.