Ron Paul Wins Faux News Debate....Again

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With 33%...

Shove that up your *** Hannity!
That was great. I love how much he pisses off hannity.

I want to know who the jerk was that kept chuckling every time Ron Paul fielded a question. Oh well, whoever it was got smoked!

I think Ron wins these because he is the only person who is different; everyone else just repeats themselves and slurp each other. He was right about how Fred Thompson will dillute the people who aren't voting for him.
 

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Paul gets stronger and stronger every debate. He completely kicked ass tonight.
He looked like a completely naive kook to me (and to most of the other audience members and candidates by the incredulous looks on their faces when he spoke). His notion that we can just walk away from the middle east "because they don't want us there" is so dangerously naive it's laughable.

Yeah, we'll just leave the middle east and Iran will change their minds about destroying us (and Israel) as an infidel and totally stop their nuclear ambitions.

They'll like us again......they'll really really like us!
 

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Ron Paul, whom I like, doesn't have a chance at the Presidency.

Until a Libertarian gets coverage from the major TV networks (like Hillary, who gets very favorable coverage and quite a bit more of it), they're doomed to be the candidate of disgruntled internet politicos everywhere.

What's scary is that Nixo...I mean, Hillary, is getting so much push from NBC.
Watching NBC, it's obvious Hillary and Bill are their choice to regain the White House.

If so, and with the national press's favorable coverage, we need to have a pool going to see how long it will be before Bill's first affair goes public.

Ron Paul -- Slaying the dragon one day at a time.
 

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I personally liked McCain and Huckaby the best. Paul just comes off as a whacko. He has some points to make, and I appreciate that, but he comes off just a bit odd.
 

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Has anyone else noticed how Rudy says he will enforce border control but he ran a sanctuary city when he was Mayor including going to court to block law enforcement of taking care of the criminal population in the USA illegally?:eek:
 

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I personally liked McCain and Huckaby the best. Paul just comes off as a whacko. He has some points to make, and I appreciate that, but he comes off just a bit odd.
Paul makes the best points but the two first names and coming off as odd may be too much to over come.
 

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He looked like a completely naive kook to me (and to most of the other audience members and candidates by the incredulous looks on their faces when he spoke). His notion that we can just walk away from the middle east "because they don't want us there" is so dangerously naive it's laughable.

Yeah, we'll just leave the middle east and Iran will change their minds about destroying us (and Israel) as an infidel and totally stop their nuclear ambitions.

They'll like us again......they'll really really like us!
That is what my relatives on the very far left say as well. He would probably pull a lot of the Demoncrat votes in a national election.
 
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I want to know why the mainstream media continues to ignore Ron Paul. I can understand Fox, but what about everybody else? Are they afraid RP might be able to beat their beloved democrat?
 

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The media ignores him because he is insignificant. That probably isn't fair, but when you are only pulling 2-3% in the polls (real polls, not online polls), no one is going to pay attention to you.
 
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I think there is more to it than that. I know what the "real polls" say. But I also don't think that all of the internet buzz is just a couple of supporters who are repeat voters.
 

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I thought Huckaby(spell check) handled Paul pretty well on the issue of Iraq when they went after each other some. Paul stands firm, but I agree with the Arkansas Governor.
 
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I thought Huckaby(spell check) handled Paul pretty well on the issue of Iraq when they went after each other some. Paul stands firm, but I agree with the Arkansas Governor.
I'd have to disagree with you on that. I don't see how "we broke it we buy it" ie, save face, is justification for a war. There may be other good reasons but that is a terrible excuse imo. I liked Huckabee alright though. Anything to save us from the socialist.