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Discussion in 'Politics' started by James_Newman, May 28, 2007.
With an anti-Bush sentioment I see Giuliani standing very little chance, I don't know how McCain will spin in that state but I feel it won't be like the last time. Mitt Romney may be the obstacle he will have to overcome but people in New Hampshire prefer straight up talk so I see Ron Paul's chances as being very good.
As a fellow poster from New Hampshire, I can tell you he is getting my vote.
I have already gone to the City Registar and changed my party from Democrat to Republican in order to cast my vote for him.
Good for you!
I hope other Democrats will do the same!
A win, or even a high placed finish, in New Hampshire would do a whole lot to make people sit up and take serious notice of Dr. Paul.
I wonder what Hannity would say then. "Well, Ron Paul supporters just voted 6 or 7 times each. The ballot is corrupt. President Bush should cancel these faulty elections and declare himself the new President."
I've cut this up a bit to show the heart of what was said.
Have Republicans turned so far away from their principles that small government, low taxes, and a free-market now look like liberal ideas to people??? That is a real shame. These are conservative Republican cornerstones.
If anything, belief in these should make New Hampshire Republicans more conservative than members of Congress, at least.