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Originally posted by Misoir
CNN just said that the big establishment guys, the ones behind the curtain, actually think that Ron Paul is the best bet to beat Barack Obama. Did I hear that right?
Originally posted by Bilder
Here are the exit polling numbers???
Says here ron paul at 29%
Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus
The RAlph Nader/Ross Perot effect happened the vote got split.
If that continues we have another 4 more years of O.
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
Wow earlier tonight Ron Paul was at 24 % and Romney and Santorum at 23% then somehow it all changed and now Romney and Santorum are jockeying for 1st. What happened?
Originally posted by Whipfather
The (apparently coc aine-addicted) fella who introduced Bachmann at her post-caucus speech seems a bit too optimistic.
"Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome the next president of the United States, Michelle Bachmann!"
Originally posted by eLPresidente
Out of the TOP THREE right now in IOWA :
ONLY 2 have the money to continue their national campaign
ONLY 2 have the organization to continue their nation campaign
ONLY 2 have top tier status in the next state, New Hampshire
ONLY 2 have the national name recognition
ONLY 1 has the enthusiastic volunteer base
ONLY 1 has the conservative voting record
ONLY 1 is talking about real budget cuts.
Despite a third place finish in Iowa,
THE REVOLUTION CONTINUES
edit on 3-1-2012 by eLPresidente because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by corporation
I think with the votes for Romney/Santorum is basically who is more committed to bombing Iran first.