Ron Paul now the frontrunner in Iowa, according to latest Polls!

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  1. Havensdad

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    Yey! The numbers speak for themselves. Paul has officially passed Gingrich and Romney. His numbers are also steadily rising in New Hampshire and South Carolina. Thanks to the 4 million dollar money bomb from this weekend, Paul also has ample supplies to begin campaigning in the other states now...
     
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    The Winds of Change....

    ....are surely blowing across the flatlands of the mid-West :laugh:
     
  3. Salty

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    I would go out on a limb and say that polls taken by Ron Paul supporters do not count!

    Here is an overall stat report

    Iowa - Paul is second place

    New Hampshire - third place

    South Carolina
     
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    Heehee, for an 'old man' he sure has the spunk in him to get out there and campaign.

    From PPP:

    Paul leads in Iowa

    Watch out for Romney though.
     
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    ???

    Does PPP support Ron Paul?
     
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    In a close race in Iowa, you would be unwise to bet against Paul. He may have the best ground game of any of the candidates including Romney. The intricate system of supporters and volunteers has traditionally been understood to give any candidate a few percentage points over those without such a network. If his ground game is as good as is being reported, in a close race he should be considered a major threat.

    Considering Paul's loyal support, ground organization, and money, Iowa could be his.
     
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    PPP does not support Ron Paul. For that matter, the polls showing him a little behind Gingrich (taken a couple of weeks ago), are by Rasmussen....a Rhino leaning organization that has historically overestimated the power of their favored candidates in the polls.

    PPP has also, historically, been more accurate.
     
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    If he gets the nomination I will vote for him but it will be another "Goldwater" fiasco.
     
  9. kyredneck

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    So? Maybe another 'Goldwater fiasco' is what's called for here.

    I'm convinced that Paul would trample Obama in a general election. TOOOOOO many dem defectors and independents that will take his side; the establishment knows this, that's why they try to ignore him and downplay his popularity.

    They really do fear him.
     
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    #10 kyredneck, Dec 19, 2011
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