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Originally posted by litterbaux
I'm voting for him.
Maybe I'll have to write him in. Maybe I wont. Ill still vote for him.
edit on 17-8-2011 by litterbaux because: (no reason given)edit on 17-8-2011 by litterbaux because: (no reason given)
Don't worry, the "Mainstream Media" isn't as mainstream as it used to be. Heck a LOT of people don't even watch much T.V. any more..
Praise God for the Internet!
You will all have to go door to door for the guy, to get him elected though, still, and give whatever you can afford to blunt the campagne against him (and get to smoke a blunt after he wins the Whitehouse).
There's a LOT of anti-Obama sentiment out there, and a Quiet Revolution fomenting...
Anything's possible this time around.
I think one thing is telling about the Ron Paul poll. Many people like him for his stance on foreign policy and not so much on social policy and spending. I tend to agree. I cannot support cutting off our own that are struggling while waging wars across the globe....
Originally posted by links234
Ron Paul Wins The ATS Straw Poll!
Please tell me I'm not the only one that's not suprised at this result.
I didn't partake because I'm not a republican, I didn't want to choose the lesser of 12 evils.
PS: I really like these polls the site has been using lately.
Originally posted by TinfoilTP
You see, the 4 million is 3 1/2 times less than Romney and probably 30 times less than Obama's war chest. Yes it is third best but third best is not even close to second best in this case. The MSM looks at this and does not see a contender, possibly a spoiler down the road to make a story out of, but not a shot to win it.
Originally posted by mishigas
I didn't read every post, but...
Roughly 13,000 of the roughly 18,000 votes were cast by non-members??
I was just about to post the same thing. The MSM always claim that these polls are swarmed by an internet legion of directed anonymous Paulites, so I'd be very interested in seeing if there's a difference between member-votes and non-member votes.
Also, the member/non-member ratio isn't always reported in other polls so I can't really tell if this -heavily toward non-member leaning- ratio is out of the ordinary. Is it?
Originally posted by Karmon
I have one question: How many political relevant parties do you have in the USA?
Are there just Republicans, Democrats and the Tea Party?