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12-04-2007, 11:45 AM
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odesskiy
12-04-2007, 1:49 PM
Funny ow there have been no responses...where are all they die-hard ronpaulers??? :D

mk19
12-04-2007, 2:36 PM
let's wait and see, dunno why haters are always so eager to point these so called polls. most of the polls are done via land lines, most Paul supporters are young people who only use cells, and thus never get polled. it aint over till the fat lady sings and she has not sang yet.

Sarkoon
12-04-2007, 4:27 PM
Ron Paul has said numerous times that although his personal beliefs are pro-life, he does *not* believe it's the federal government's place to enforce this issue one way or the other. He has clearly stated that he would not make any laws on this issue, and would leave the decision in the hands of the individual states and the voters.

So just because you or I disagree with his personal beliefs - they're exactly that - *personal*. Ron Paul would make sure the government doesn't interfere with the voters of individual states.

Liberty1
12-04-2007, 7:51 PM
What I am more impressed with is the fact that 15% of New Hampshire Republicans said they would NOT vote for Ron Paul under any circumstances

Thats to be expected of any candidate who actually speaks openly and honestly about his positions before an election. Which is why I consider RP a statesman not a politician. Can't please everyone. If that is the 15% who want Huckabee and his socialism thats ok with me. So does this mean 85% might consider RP? With the crossover liberty Democrats, Independents, and newly inspired voters, Ron should do fine without those neocon votes in NH.;)

Liberty1
12-04-2007, 7:56 PM
Funny ow there have been no responses...where are all they die-hard ronpaulers??? :D

Sorry for the absence, we had to go pick up our WIC checks and food stamps.:)

stag1500
12-05-2007, 10:21 AM
That article is a little bit outdated. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB119672794515312455.html?mod=googlenews_wsj), New Hampshire polls show Ron Paul is at 8%, which is double what he was at in November. The article also points out that he's now ahead of Fred Thompson in that state.

While 15% of Republicans in N.H. may not vote for Ron Paul, USA Election Polls fails to mention the amount of support Ron Paul is getting from Democrats, Independents and anybody else in that state who's dissatisfied with the direction our country is going in.