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Video evidence: Ron Paul won Iowa online and national poll! But Fox doesn't even want to interview

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posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 06:06 AM
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A fantastic video made by youtube user tragedyandhope that proves that Ron Paul is leading both the online and national polls..

Heres the description:



I took a recording of my screen of Ron Paul overwhelmingly winning the Fox online Poll and the national poll because I know Fox will try to discredit there own poll and will probably remove it soon! For evidence purposes.. Ron Paul 2012


This video needs to go viral plus I really like the song in the background.. We do not stand for Tyranny Ron Paul 2012!1





posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 06:10 AM
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I take that you haven't figured out that it does not matter what we want.. I learned this last election... But don't worry another idiot will get voted on in the next Presidential Idol.. Stay tuned.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 07:59 AM
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That is correct.

The media darlings are Romney and Perry......... at least until Palin announces.

Romney didn't answer a single question last night, but the stupid commentators kept saying he was the most "presidential" of the debaters? Really? It must be presidential these days to evade, and redirect, and not have any plan of your own, and just stick to a few talking points and sound bites. That is the candidate the press corps loves, but they can't stand the Ron Paul, Herman Cain, or Newt Gingrich who were the clear winners last night by the applause factor. Those guys were the ones with conviction, and with clear plans, and with a vision that included actually improving the situation instead of just delaying or prolonging it.

I have never been a Newt Gingrich fan, but he won me over last night.

Ron Paul is still the man though.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:22 AM
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One day this will all change... The light is coming for humanity... The people are awakening..



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:27 AM
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wait Ron Paul won a state??

There is a light at the end of the tunnel after all!!



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:28 AM
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Since when does a major news organization make a big deal out of a bogus poll?

You Ron Paul Fantasy supporters are too much.

What is this, about the 7th thread about this?

Take away the participants under 18, not registered to vote, and Democrats ( who can't vote in some Republican Primaries) and you got about 1-2% for Ron Paul Fantasy.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:33 AM
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Has to make you wonder?

Why would the young generation support a 70 year old man with extremely conservative and strict Constitutional views? Wouldn't the young crowd be more inclined to support a younger, more good-looking candidate that is promising them the world?

I suspect, if we take away the Democrats and the under-18 crowd, then Romney and Perry will drop and Ron Paul will still have the same support he has had all along.

If the Democrats and under-18 crowd really are supporting Paul, then we have to ask why? Does a strict Constitutionalist and rabid Conservative have support from across the aisle? Are his views, the views of the future? Whether he wins or not, those under 18 year olds are growing up, and they will be the movers and the shakers of the next election, so if you are correct, it is just more evidence of our changing times!!

Young folks, and college campuses are notoriously liberal. Is it really possible that things have changed so much that a Ron Paul type candidate can dominate those venues?

I hope you are correct, because that is even more encouraging for our future!!



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:40 AM
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Originally posted by Carseller4
Since when does a major news organization make a big deal out of a bogus poll?

You Ron Paul Fantasy supporters are too much.

What is this, about the 7th thread about this?

Take away the participants under 18, not registered to vote, and Democrats ( who can't vote in some Republican Primaries) and you got about 1-2% for Ron Paul Fantasy.


Cool story...



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:44 AM
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Wasn't Ron Paul doing very well in the beginning last time he ran also and than bottomed out rather quickly?

I think he even set some sort of record for single day donations or something but that never translated into votes when it mattered.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:46 AM
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Originally posted by kro32
Wasn't Ron Paul doing very well in the beginning last time he ran also and than bottomed out rather quickly?

I think he even set some sort of record for single day donations or something but that never translated into votes when it mattered.


Stay positive!



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by Carseller4
 


Has to make you wonder?

Why would the young generation support a 70 year old man with extremely conservative and strict Constitutional views? Wouldn't the young crowd be more inclined to support a younger, more good-looking candidate that is promising them the world?



Because Ron Paul is anti-war, and pro drugs. Doesn't make me wonder at all.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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He is not "pro-drugs."

He is against the Federal Government making decisions on behalf of the states. He has no problem with each state outlawing drugs, he only has a problem with the Federal government doing it.

Just like he is not pro-choice, but neither is he pro-life. He is pro-state's making the decisions for themselves.

He is a strict Constitutionalist, and he wants the Federal government to have a very narrow and limited participation in legislating.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:30 AM
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Originally posted by getreadyalready
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He is not "pro-drugs."

He is against the Federal Government making decisions on behalf of the states. He has no problem with each state outlawing drugs, he only has a problem with the Federal government doing it.

Just like he is not pro-choice, but neither is he pro-life. He is pro-state's making the decisions for themselves.

He is a strict Constitutionalist, and he wants the Federal government to have a very narrow and limited participation in legislating.


Ron Paul and another Kook (Barney Frank) are teaming up and presenting a bill to end the federal ban on marijuana. This would be deemed by youngsters and potheads to be pro-drug.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 09:36 AM
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So people can hack ANY computer in the world and switch something that means nothing, but there is no way to fix a computer based election....RIGHT????


No matter if every human being got together and wrote down on a piece of paper signed with blood that they were ALL voting for Ron Paul, he still wouldn't win....Somehow...RIGHT???


There is no "right" candidate for us the people, because the powers that be won't allow it......We will get another worthless version of Bush/Obama don't worry....



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 10:29 AM
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A select few might think he is pro-legalization, but I think the majority of Ron Paul supporters are intelligent and educated enough to know that ending the "Federal" ban is just a way to chip away at big government. It is in no way a guarantee that any particular state will make it legal. Ron Paul wants to end the Federal Department of Education also, but that doesn't mean he wants all the states to end education. He just wants it taken out of the over-sized Federal Governments realm.

Our forefathers never foresaw a Federal Govt like we have today. Ron Paul supporters are aware that all of his stances are only stances to give control back to states and localities, and help the Federal Government get back to work on the things they were intended for!



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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You may not be aware of history but the States have a very poor record of governing themselves. And one of the reasons for the writing of the Constitution was because States had the power to rule themselves and there was no consistency. It basically made for a very poor Union.

Can you imagine the amount of problems with no federal oversight. Each State having different laws such as environmental standards. One State allows pollution to be dumped in rivers and all the other States downstream have to suffer leading to endless lawsuits in courts.

Paul claims that, "States would never do that" in regards to things like Jim Crowe laws being passed again but you know they've done it before.

Plus the amount of corruption on State level is just as bad if not worse than the federal level and it will get even more horrible once the States have far more power.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 10:43 AM
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Actually, I agree with you to an extent. Ron Paul said states would never approve polygamy, but I think Utah might. However, I have no problem with polygamy, so that doesn't bother me.

The Federal Government does need some umbrella of involvement. The environment is a great example! Education could even be a good example, if it was done better, but the current model is broken.

Lets look at Healthcare though. The FDA hasn't done anything correctly, and ensuring quality of healthcare is left entirely up to the states, and we do just fine at it.

No candidate is completely perfect, but Ron Paul is a step in the right direction, especially at this moment in time. Our 4 year, 2-term presidency works great for steering this great nation, and it is time for an ultra-conservative like Paul to take the helm. Maybe in another generation, we will need another socialist like Obama to steer us back this way.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 10:53 AM
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Ron Paul has a very loud, very active, and very dedicated following...but that following is relatively small compared to the republican base.

So yes, Ron Paul will win internet polls, Ron Paul will have very loud supporters, and Ron Paul will get a lot of cheers at debates. But Ron Paul is never going to win a primary...and if by some miracle he did...he would never win a general election.


Let's please remember that a large portion, a very large portion, of Republican voters are OLD people....they aren't likely to be taking internet polls...they aren't likely to do much more than go and vote and vote for whoever the media tells them is the front runner and/or the best choice for America. The media doesn't say that about Ron Paul.



posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 10:56 AM
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Your video just shows how clueless the creator of that video is (and sadly anyone who agrees with it is).

Title of your video: "America Votes Ron Paul Winner of Iowa Straw Poll But No post debate interview from fox!"


THE IOWA STRAW POLL HASN'T TAKEN PLACE YET.


Good grief...people need to get a clue...the only polls out there now are who won the debate...not the straw poll.

And these are the people who claim they are tuned into the process. :shk:
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posted on Aug, 12 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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ron paul wants to ban the war on drugs and make medical mj legal on all state? if this is true he has my vote.



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