Poll: Ron Paul 2012




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Should Ron Paul run for President in 2012?

This poll is now closed. It was open from Oct. 27 – Nov. 16, 2009 and attracted 9,312 voters. The results are displayed below.

Should Ron Paul run for President in 2012?

  • Yes. (94%, 8,727 Votes)
  • It depends. (explain below) (3%, 267 Votes)
  • No. (3%, 259 Votes)
  • I don’t know. (0%, 59 Votes)

Total Voters: 9,312


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  1. My passion for Ron Paul moves me to vote Yes, but my skepticism towards a very broken political system run by corrupt politicians, led me to vote It Depends. I have always believed that our country needs something other than the 2 party system of Rep. says Stop and Dem. says Go, Rep. says Red and Dem. says Green, Rep. says Yes and Dem. says No, and on, and on, and on that delivers Iraq, Afghanistan, a broken financial system and the miserable economic situation that we are in right now. On the other hand, who remembers Ross Perot and his 19% of the popular vote taken not so long ago? It seemed like our country was ready for another party to make all politicians accountable to the people for whom they work, but the candidate and his backers didn't have a cohesive strategy, gameplan or the will to stay the course and finish the race! Going against the Old Guard, 2 party system, status quo will never be easy, will take more than just good ideas & passion and I have to wonder if Ron Paul really wants to be a pot stirrer, or does he want to be the Master Chef that this country desperately needs and the leader who will enact the right changes, at the right time and for the right reasons!

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  2. I love everything Ron Paul stands for but the drive by media will eat him alive again. He should join forces with Glenn Beck and have Glenn run his Charisma might do the trick. Why? If Huckleby can switch from a politician to a show host why can't a show host switch to become a polititian? The whole gang of current politicians R's & D's alike got to go. Especially the ones that made a carreer of it. They only have one interest saving their pension and its benefits. Put Glenn Beck in there as canditate and conservative might have a chance.

    RudyH

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  3. As Aaron Russo partially informed us in his video 'Freedom To Fascism', America, a once free and prosperous people, have now fallen under the control and duress of ruthless international (Zionist) bankers, through the 1913 Federal Reserve Act, and the Internal Revenue Act, which followed. The very fact that The U.S. Treasury, and our government ran just fine before the inception of this truly diabolical hoodwinking of a strong and free people.
    The very same reasons that we went to war with Great Briton, resolved to put us all under the thumb of fractional reserve banking, which will leave our children homeless, in the land that their fathers conquered. END THE FED SUPPORT HR 1207.

    This is the last chance we might have to bring back our rightful freedoms as Americans

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    • When I hear wonderful people show support for Ron Paul, and then trash Sarah Palin, I wonder how they can follow such a great man while listening to and buying into the propaganda against a great woman? I have repeatedly heard it said that she tanked McCain's ticket, when in fact she was the only thing that energized it. I believe that is why they sabotaged her at the end. She might have pulled him through if allowed to campaign. He sure knew the fix was in. It is obvious she didn't and wasn't owned by the "party." This is why she would possibly make a fabulous running mate for Ron Paul. I believe her heart and her intelligence, mixed with that rare ingredient called common sense, might allow her to quickly absorb much of the experience and wisdom Ron Paul brings to the table. If she is willing to be mentored, the people do resonate with her spirit.

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  4. The only way I would want Ron Paul to run for president is if he while doing this he does not have to give up his senate seat. We need more people in the senate and house who are still servants of the people.

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  5. Ron Paul is totally shunned by zionist media in the previous election when obama (zionist) was elected america is fully undercontrol by zionist anyone who thinks that america belongs to christian or something america belongs to zionist and americans hate zionist but they cant do that because of few bloody basterd black sheeps well islam is fighting against those Alhamdulillah at last i would like to say u can critize GOD in America but u cannot critize israel.

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  6. I certainly would support Congressman Paul if he ran for President again. I would add that at some point the movement has to be passed on to someone else as its leader. Not just because of obvious things like age but the Liberty Movement should not be just about Ron Paul, or any one person. Also, I don't think running as a Republican is the way to go.

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  7. ron paul stands for the constitution hes the only candidate that speaks the truth about the fed. if america keeps the pace its going there will be nothing left of the constitution,and all our civil liberties will go down the drain .ron paul for america and its people.

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  8. Ron has a son to take the slack.
    Rand

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  9. It's time to play the game people. No more "Divide and Conquer." That tactic worked in 2008, we can't let it happen again. Become a Republican and change the party to do your bidding. That's what I'm doing... just ask Lindsey Graham! They're all ready SCARED!
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2009/10/14/rep_ron_paul_responds_to_lindsey_grahams_attack.html

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  10. Ron Paul should definitely run again in 2012. I fear for where our country will end up if Dr. Paul or someone with the same ideals doesn't get into office soon! Repulican party would give him the best chance to do that, everyone would just have to reg. Republican to vote for him in the primary. I think this time he could win enough support.

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  11. If Ron Paul feels up to the task of running a campaign then yes, he should run.

    PS. Please support "Free Marc Emery!"

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  12. YES!!! but ron paul can only be the inside guy. we the people need to make the change. it isnt up to a leader to make a difference. its up to the people and the masses. strength in numbers.

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  13. If Ron Paul still wants the job, I'll vote for him again! The people are starting to wake up to whats going on. America saw the way Bush ran this nation and voted for Obama based on trivial differences in hopes that the "change" was going to be different from Bush. When they see that Obama is more of the same crap Bush did, maybe it will be enough to get people thinking critically. It can happen cause it happened to me and this last time we all voted, I went based on track record, not the good word of biased media outlets.

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    • I voted for Ron Paul even though he wasn't on the ballot. This time I would like to suggest a few things before running:

      1) Get his eyebrows trimmed. They're uneven and studies show that more people vote for candidates that look symmetrical.
      2) Start asking Libertarians, Independents, Green Party, and everyone else to Register Republican ASAP! This way we can vote in Ron Paul as the Republican candidate.
      3) Play the Game. Start offering 3rd Party candidates positions on your cabinet behind the scenes to help unite the Ron Paul movement. It was unfortunate, but Bob Barr, Ralph Nader, and others took votes away from uniting the movement.

      In Closing, if we want to defend the constitution, we all must unite behind Ron Paul, because he says what he does, and does what he means. It's time for us to "Take The Power Back!"

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      • - Well Chuck, if you are right about voters casting their votes from the "look of his eyebrows", I do do not give you much chance of the American people taking their country back from the plutocrat tyrants running the "land of the free and the home of the brave". To register as a a Republican asap will of course not change anything whatsoever.
        - The only path to follow in order to change your present vicious plutocracy, is to vote away every person in the House and the Senate who does not support H.R.1207. Remove the power of the FED.
        - The mere fact however, that the FED has been allowed to operate for close to a hundred years, gives a clear picture of the monster you are up against. What happened to JFK after he signed his Executive Order 11110 on June 4, 1963 ought to be ample proof of just that. (A most courageous man Mr. Paul is, and those who don't support him are either feeble minded, cowards or on the take one way or another.)
        - Still another proof of the immense power of the enemy that you (the US of A) are up against, is the fact that the criminals behind the FED, repeated their coup d'état in Europe in2002, by creating still another fiat currency under their private and absolute control; the €(Euro), which they run just like the FED. Frightening! (The € has doubled its value against the $ since it was launched On 1 January 2002!)
        - No way, Chuck, just voting Republican (or Democrat)doesn't change anything. Here is an article worth reading in this connection: http://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/?article=1229

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  14. Hell yes!
    Ron Paul is the only chance we have to save our Republic. And by the way; he's healthier and in better shape than most people who question his age.

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  15. R.E. Callahan

    That sounds good...

    Won Love,
    Will

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  16. Either Ron Paul or Jim Traficant for President. It would be the greatest ticket either way.

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  17. We NEED Ron Paul! While it would be a strain on somebody in their 70's, he could get the wheels turning towards re-establishing the constitution, and abolishing or re-structuring the Federal Reserve. There is NOONE ELSE who is more qualified AND has the amount of support that Dr. Paul does. If he doesn't run, there is no realistic chance of getting someone who will actually change America back to the way it was meant to be.

    RON PAUL IS NEEDED IN 2012!!

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  18. I voted "It Depends" in the poll. I'm the same age as Ron, so I remember Ross Perot very well, and the damage to The Republic.
    If we could get the RNC to support Ron I would be all for it.
    As an Independent, I have some doubts.

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    • It is unfortunate that you no longer view "age" as a sign of wisdom. One things for sure, a vote for Sarah Palin, Fred Thompson, or Obama will mean the same old bait and switch... I for one don't think America can handle another liar.

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  19. Dr. Paul's age would not keep me from voting for him. But it would be a barrier for some voters. We need a viable third party (my choice is the Constitution Party) but the hour is growing late. The question is whether there is enough time to build an opposition party strong enough to win. If not, transforming the Republican Party is the only viable option.

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    • Totally agree. It would be nice to have a 3rd (or 4th or 5th)party but that will not be viable for many years. We need to flood the Republican party with more Libertarian candidates. Look at how much the Democrats have changed in the past decade. They went from Liberal to Marxists!! We can transform the Republicans too.

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  20. IF RON PAUL CAN DEMOLITION THE IRS BY CHANGING TAX LAW TO PAYING AS YOU SPEND CO PAY AMOUNT RECEIVED AND SPEND US AND WORLD MONEY SUPPLY TURNS OVER 100,000 TIMES A DAY FAR MORE THEN APRIL 15 ONCE A YEAR AND IRS OUT OF OUR LIFE IT WOULD BE LIKE BUYING MILK PAY 1.5 PER CENT TAX THINGS YOU PURCHASE SO IF I MAKE 100,000.00 a year I PAID MY SHARE AS MAN 25,000.00 HE PAID HIS SHARE ALL BASE ON WHAT YOU SPEND. YOU ALL NEED GET RIDE OF PEOPLE THAT LIKE BARNEY FRANK, HOW CAN YOU SAY A PEOPLE PUT IN TO POWER MAKE LAW THAT EFFECT YOU EVERYDAY LIFE WHEN HE DOES NOT KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MAN OR WOMEN WHICH END HE SHOULD BE AT. IN MY EYES HE GOES AGAINST LIFE CYCLE, MONEY CYCLE , POOR EXAMPLE FOR YOUNG U.S. PEOPLE GOOD LUCK

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    • Chad is an idiot. He can't write, can't spell, but he does know how to work the system and take advantage of those who are trusting and truly try to help others. Chad and his many companies have bilked hundreds out of money they worked hard for. I am living proof. He cost me $50,000 and I got off easy. One day, Chad and his wife will receive their true and just reward. I long for the day I can stand in his yard and piss all over it. I may have to stand in line though. I am surprised Chad has the basic intelligence to understand what Ron Paul, and our democratic form of government is all about.

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