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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Havensdad, Jan 12, 2012.
Interesting! I too noticed the media's very low-key mention of Paul's second place finish in New Hampshire.
If you want to hear one of the best talk radio hosts, and his analysis of the "It must be Romney!" establishment crowd (like Bill O'Reilly).
Interesting fact; Clear Channel communications, who does O'Reilly, Limbaugh, Hannity, Mark Levine, and several others....
is controlled and partly owned, by Bain Capital, of Mitt Romney fame. I'm not saying there is a conspiracy, but that sure is shady..
I hope the Lord has mercy on this nation and works His will to come up with a decent Republican nominee. The Republicans could nominate a hat rack and it would be more legitimate than Romney.
and just why is no one complaining about no media coverage for Terry! (then click on NH)
Did you know that Obama only got 80% of the Dem vote in NH?
You are obsessed with seeing Romney defeated, but what if God wants him to be our next president?
If you feel this strongly against Romney, feel free to vote for President Obama; this might be the only way to see that Romney is defeated.
I am surprised he got 48000 people to turn out, seeing as how the DNC has already "crowned" him.
You know that is a different situation. Paul is only about 5 delegates behind Romney, and is the only candidate giving him a run for his money. A showing three to 5 points ahead of the polls is newsworthy.
Very interesting. The link only lists one station owned by Clear Channel that broadcasts Hannity and Rush. I wonder if there are more?
Ron Paul at 20 percent in South Carolina, just behind Mittens and Gingrich...
What is going on there? Santorum was at 24% just one week ago and now he's at 7%? Paul was at 9% one week ago and now is at 20%?
But he can't beat Obama. It would be "Goldwater" all over again.
New Hampshire happened. Tea Party folks, and social conservatives are trying to coalesce around an alternative to Romney. Paul's pro-life and small government record is a big plus in this area... (Gingrich has picked back up a couple of points too..).
Sure he can. Paul is polling even with him right now nationally, and half the states don't know who is, or what he stands for. In fact, Paul trounces Obama among independents, the very votes that we need to garner.
I would not vote for either. You just dont get it. It is not a difference between Democrats and Republicans, its a difference between self serving politicians who are not Constitutionalists, and those who believe in serving the people and governing by the Constitition. You watch too much cable news.
Who got the rest?
Actually I watch very little news, I work too many hours to spend the few hours I have at home watching much news.
I agree that most politicians are self-serving, but then again, most people are also self-serving.
Being that I am a machinist, I vote for who I feel will be the best for the manufacturing sector in the United States. Not many people, let alone politicians care much for the working class anymore, so I do what I can in the voting booth to support this lost portion of our society.
Paul would never beat Obama, but it matters not what anyone thinks about that particular question.
Paul will not be the republican nominee.
On that post I can agree. I was not a machinist, which takes lots of skill, but repaired machines that sorted parcels, magazines, and letters. Lots of people are self serving. The problem has gotten worse over the years. Maybe the reason we box ourselves into a corner over two terrible choices and the makeup of Congress is that they reflect our nation's character.
This SC poll ( click here ) has Ron Boots tied for 3rd with Santorum @ 14.7 %. Mittens @ 26%
But the latest poll.. (Which isn't on Real Clear politics, yet)