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Originally posted by baldhead
I watched the Iowa debate and it was amazing to see Ron Paul in action. I followed his last presidential campaign very closely and feel that he has alot more momentum and support this time round. Will be an interesting next few months
Originally posted by e11888
Its this tribal crap that people feel that their "team" is more important than the welfare of the country. "Im not voting for so and so because hes a democrat" and then insert bullcrap reasons why all democrats are bad. You people need to understand that THE COUNTRY is more important than your juvenile tribal war 'i vote for my own team' mentality.
Originally posted by Aggie Man
Let me know how that works...
No online poll is secure from fraud; otherwise, we wouldn't be going to polls to vote on election day. In fact, I would go so far as to say online fraud is easier than the effort it took me to reply to your comment.
Originally posted by vor78
I don't know why the Ron Paul supporters are so quick to jump on the fraud bandwagon. No candidate ever wins them all. As it stands, he finished a close second to the strongest candidate in the mainstream GOP field. Its far from a bad result, especially given the lack of media attention he receives.
And as I've been saying for weeks, Willard Romney is only popular among the relatively few liberal GOPers and among the media, which wants to see a weak challenger that Obama can stomp next fall. The average Republican voter with conservative voting tendencies isn't going to cast their vote for him, just like they didn't last time around.