389 responses to “Poll: Ron Paul’s VP in 2012”

  1. Kirk L Hemelberg

    Ron Paul & Ventura or Napolitano may be able to pull America back from the Abyss.

    They’re all REAL SMART, TOUGH, AMERICAN PATRIOTS.
    (JFK, RFK & Martin Luther King were too)

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  2. Ralph a. kern

    Sir;
    I think his vp should be Ben Stein, the economist, and author.
    or, second choice would be Jay Seclow, God bless…

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    1. Liberty76

      @Ralph a. kern – Last December on the Larry King Show, Ron and Ben Stein got into a very heated debate over the true causes of Islamic terrorism during which Stein called Ron an anti-semite, so I think you can kiss that idea good-bye. Ironically, Stein was a speechwriter for Richard Nixon. Remember that taped discussion between Nixon and Billy Graham about the Jews controlling the media? Those were ACTUAL anti-semitic statements made by Nixon, whereas Ron, to my knowledge at least, has never made an actual anti-semitic statement, but Stein accuses him based on his position that U.S. foreign policy just might be responsible for terrorist blowback (and most likely also based on Ron’s position that the U.S. should not be funding Israel). Stein is a friggin hypocrite and most likely a NWO toady, or operative, if you will.
      http://www.ronpaul.com/2009-12-29/ron-paul-on-larry-king-investigate-the-causes-of-terrorism/
      http://www.ronpaul.com/2010-01-03/ron-paul-to-ben-stein-lets-talk-about-foreign-policy/

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  3. DannyDoRite

    I believe Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, should be Congressman Ron Paul’s V.P.

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  4. David Cordon

    I think Ron Paul would be a great President. With the politics as they are in this country at this time I think that he should not run again because a vote for Ron Paul is a vote that should be applied to whom ever is the leading candidate which may possibly defeat socialism and Obama in the next race. Look at Ross Perot. His candidacy aided Bill Clinton into the white house. Again I say I feel that Ron Paul would be my choice to fill the job but unless things change he has little of any chance at doing anything other than dividing the conservative vote. God Bless.

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  5. VeteranPatriot

    Stop the divide, you are either for Constitutional Freedom in America, or your for corporatist/socialisum. You decide, do you really want to see America at it’s best? Do you want to make your own dicisions, have more money each month? Would you rather be treated like children who can’t make dicisions for youself? Obama wants to keep Americas people divided with lies. We The People must unite under one common goal, one nation under GOD.
    If you really want to provide something besides lip service, PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS, send $ 20.00 or $20.00 per week. We The People can take back America, think of dividens that would return 100 fold. How, send Ron Paul & Judge Andrew Napolitano your support donations.
    The two of them live and understand the Constitution of the United States.
    Just one Leader, that actually took the oath of office seriously as President to repeal all the unConstitutional taxation in America. This would put business’s back on the fast track, more Americans would find jobs open small business’s and would be able to save money while our great nation could begin to healing itself. We would rebuild America from the inside out. Once again we could become a beacon of hope for the world. And lets not forget, hello Petagon
    out of America relocation. What country do they want to relocate to? Anywhere but American soil.

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    1. Ryan

      Most of what you say I like and agree with… so I’ll give you a thumbs up.
      But I will dispute one statement you made, when you said, “We The People must unite under one common goal, one nation under GOD.”.

      Sorry, but it’s never going to happen! You and I both know that to be true.

      That attitude (one direction or its opposite) has in large part caused the divide in our nation.
      The Constitution grants all of us freedom of religion; to practice any religion we please, or no religion at all. That’s the way it always has been and always will be. Let’s face the facts, friend — we will never all unite on religious grounds, not by force or otherwise. That’s a simple fact we should all acknowledge and accept.

      So rather, let us all unite around the Constitutional right to practice whatever religion, or no religion, that we all please — as the Constitution grants us in the 1st amendment. It is the Constitution, and the individual pursuit of happiness, that we should all embrace unanimously.

      As for the rest, I agree with you.
      Ron Paul and Andrew Napolitano will be great as President and Vice President.

      Semper fi

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      1. VeteranPatriot

        You are right, that’s what freedom is all about. Let Freedom Ring

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      2. Kathryn Smith

        Ryan – If I may explain what “one nation under ‘God'” means: God does not imply “religion” which is a practice, not an entity, and a practice that people should be free to exercise in a free society. Regardless of whether or not you are religious, EVERYONE has a God. For some, God is the almighty God – creator of heaven and Earth, and He goes by different names (e.g., Allah, God, Adonai, and so forth). For others, God is nature, and nature is the higher being or power for which those individuals worship. Some folks are atheist and reject the notion of the traditional God. That is fine, but then in what entity do they concentrate their faith (e.g., in times of suffering, great need, or near-death experiences?) IN short, they believe that they, themselves, are God. (Obama is a perfect example.) Some worship objects, idols, many gods, and so on down the line. So for every individual, conscious of it or not, we are “one nation under God” and that implies that we are one nation under the God or gods that we believe in, which gave us the immense power to overcome tyranny and become a free society. Make sense?

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        1. mike

          You have no idea what a non-believer is. I am 1 & proud of it. Screw the God concept & religion in general. Your statement is the same as if I said “You may not like Bill Clinton but he is everybody’s President.” Bullshit lady! Stop trying 2 make us non-believers look bad because in your mind we are unprincipled, non-thinking wanderers. I am my own decision maker but am not a god or your God. No proof has ever been supplied 2 justify your statement that we live under God. Again bullshit. You live with your views & I’ll live with mine. I may disagree with some of Ron Paul’s policies but I would definitely vote 4 him in a heartbeat because he is honest not because he believes in God. It is people who choose 2 better themselves in the long run. Adios.

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    2. Bob From District 9

      God you are full of it.

      BTW, according to the Economist, Europe has more entrepreneurship that the US these days. Seems their socialistic safety net means if they fail it isn’t total disaster. In the US it often is.

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  6. Kabal

    Chuck Norris for sure

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  7. X.

    Anyone in our beautiful country who wants to vote in Ron Paul who will INFORCE the Constitution , Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independance and stop the taxes and bring home our troops and close the border and drill is a very smart person.

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  8. Koolsmoke

    Why not get the smartest women in Congress to be your VP running mate….
    She is Senator Michele Backman from Minnesota. She is very knowledgeable and personable person.
    Don(Koolsmoke)

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  9. Bob From District 9

    Dennis Kucinich is right about a lot of things. Yet, we in Ohio call him Dennis the Menace. Though that does date back to his early years as mayor of Cleveland, his lack of maturity seems to continue to this day.

    Dennis is an ego with legs, much like Ralph Nader. Oh, and Nader is also right about a lot of things, but still a very bad choice as a leader.

    Dennis Kucinich displays no understanding of how people operate, on human interaction. And, of course, a sense that he is right about everything, therefor we should all fall in line behind him.

    No thank you.

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    1. mildearth

      I know we will never all agree about all these things and we can never all be right or any of us be perfectly correct because the law of being human would not allow it in my opinion.

      I still have to bring up something Congressman Paul mentioned when he was on Larry King Live with Jesse Ventura this past Friday. If you didn’t see the whole show you can find it online very easily. Congressman Paul said that he would like to be working as a principled libertarian that believes in a very limited government along side with the principled progressives. He has spoke about this other times and speaks better about it than my brief statement here but I just want to make sure people are hearing from those they support rather than just the foolish pundits of corporate news.

      In my opinion there are only two representatives that are principled and have shown that principle in not voting for the sake of big business but rather voting based on what they believe to be best for their country and the people they represent. I’m going to offer two videos here of Congressman Paul and Congressman Kucinich answering similar questions.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx9a4hNeIRo

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=py8cXlLyX18&NR=1

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      1. Bob From District 9

        When I learned that Jesse Ventura lied about being a Navy Seal in Vietnam, that was all I needed to know.

        He can rot.

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        1. fred the protectionist

          I just wiki’ed that.

          hehe, he never saw combat and he was a frogman not a seal. What a fraudster.

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        2. WhatInTheFlagnod

          Don’t trust Wikipedia, silly ninnies!
          Wiki is a CIA op. It states that whole bodies seatbelted to airplane seats and a stewardess with her hands bound behind her back with PLASTIC handcuffs were found in one of the twin towers!!! Yet it burned so HOT that it took down the WHOLE building into it’s own footprint and melted(?) the (indistructable) titanium flight recorder and plastic handcuffs and bodies remained intact?? Do you believe that too??
          Watch out for what they are feeding you….
          Silly mind controlled ninnies!!

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      2. Angela

        Yet one plane ride on AF1 with Barry Soetoro and Dennis Kucinich changes his stance on the Obamacare bill. From against what he said was a boondoggle to for, that man can’t be trusted.

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  10. Robert Owen

    What about Dennis Kucinich? He seems to be another honest reformer, albeit coming from an unfortunately statist perspective on social justice and economic issues. But before he is dismissed prematurely: he really appears to be one of the good guys on many issues. He is anti-Empire, anti-Police State, pro-peace, and an opponent of crony capitalism/corporatism like Dr. Paul. My impression is that his Rust Belt protectionist-populism is not so different from Pat Buchanan’s, which I regard with skepticism, and yet resolve to keep an open mind on.

    The main thing is that Kucinich, like Dr. Paul, I believe to be an honest representative of a legitimate set of ideas too often besmirched by the callous, opportunistic, and unethical. There is a reason these two have been spoken of as being potential allies for some years now. The distance from honest liberal to classical liberal/libertarian is not as great as some imagine.

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    1. Fred the Protectionist

      The distance between “classical liberal” and libertarian is vast. If Libertarians were in power they’d bring slavery back.

      —————————————

      “In the period just before the Civil War, general legislation was passed in six states “to permit a free Negro to become a slave voluntarily.” For instance in Louisiana, legislation was passed in 1859 “which would enable free persons of color to voluntarily select masters and become slaves for life.” The racist character of these laws—and of antebellum slavery in general—would have no place in a libertarian society where the freedom contractually to alienate one’s labor for any time period would extend to everyone regardless of race, creed, color, or sex.”

      The Libertarian Case for Slavery

      http://www.capitalownership.org/lib/Philmore1/Philmore1.htm

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      1. Jake Witmer

        “The distance between “classical liberal” and libertarian is vast. If Libertarians were in power they’d bring slavery back.”

        No, the difference between the two is actually nonexistent in many cases, and libertarians wouldn’t bring slavery back. “Classical liberal” denotes a general set of minarchist political beliefs, not fundamental base principles. Classical liberals often correctly call themselves libertarians. Arguing over the difference between the two is like arguing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

        You are either confused, extrapolating from very limited experience, or you are a disinformation agent.

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        1. fred the protectionist

          Libertarians believe in the “freedom” to own slaves, or contractually become one.

          “It’s my body,” they say. “I should be able to go into voluntary servitude if I wanted to.”

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        2. EndtheFed

          ” [Fred is] either confused, extrapolating from very limited experience, or [he is] a disinformation agent.”

          Disinformation agent.

          You hit the nail on the head. If you look at the ‘recent comments’ section of this website, you will see no new comments except Fred’s (and this one). He is a busy mis-informer.

          Also, classic liberals were for limited government and were concerned with the preservation of liberties. Sounds familiar to me.

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          1. fred the protectionist

            Why do you Libertarians want to bring slavery back? That’s not right.

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  11. Jake Witmer

    Following the dictum that “the only one who does not want to lead is the only one who is fit to lead”, I would say that Marc Stevens or Dr. Paul Butler http://www.jurorsforjustice.com should be Paul’s running mate. (Although that would be pretty funny if it was a Paul/Butler ticket, it would sound like people were just in favor of “Dr. Paul Butler” if the ticket were accidentally announced without putting the Dr. before Butler’s name. It also might be funny when they were being questioned at the same time. LOL)

    Moreover, by the above logic, it was Harry Browne who brought thousands of well-informed libertarians into the movement in 1996 and 2000. Except in Arizona in 2000 of course, where they let petty rivalries with the National office paint the entire LP as political morons by running a different Presidential candidate. LOL.

    Think how many people could be exposed to pure logic via the presidential race! Imagine how that logic could instantly clog the court system, whether Paul/Stevens or Paul/Butler won! A 100% jury rights ticket in 2012!

    (And yes, for all you people out there who don’t read, but who do jump when Paul says “jump”, Ron Paul is the author of the Fully Informed Jury Amendment, and completely agrees with me about jury rights.)

    Actually, Marcy Brooks would make a pretty good running mate for Paul. :D

    She tells the truth, and she’s not a politician, any more than Edward Bushell was. If you don’t know who Edward Bushell was (or who Lysander Spooner was), you should read everything about those two gentlemen before rating my comment.

    :D

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  12. Ruth

    Ron Paul and Chuck Baldwin would be great .. I read all his articles, and am impressed with everything he has to say. I’m sure Judge Napolitano is quite intelligent and well-versed in the Constitution, but since he’s a Fox News guy, I don’t trust him. FNC is not what they want us to believe. Sarah Palin? No way! She’s out there campaigning for Juan McAmnesty and NAU Progressive Elitist Rick Perry .. and then glomming onto the tea parties like she is one of us. I’m sure the perfect candidates are unknown to all of us at present, and they may never come forward. No one in his/her right mind would want to take over the disaster that is being created as we speak.

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  13. Theresa Romano

    What you are saying about the two party system makes sense and does sound reasonable. But my point is that the two parties are not any different. I really believe it is just one big media run organization which lulls the public into falsely believing that the parties are opposed.
    Maybe they ”represent” opposing social views. But ultimately they ”legislate” the same. Wouldn’t a pro-abortion ultra liberal and an anti-abortion ultra-conservative still raise taxes and ship our money overseas. Not to mention the fact that the abortion laws are more the result of the judiciary branch and their decisions. So whether I oppose or condone abortion shouldn’t matter when I’m voting for the legislater who will or won’t raise taxes and condone war.
    Yet the media makes abortion an issue and brushes aside talk about war and taxes.
    The democratic party isn’t anti-war. Maybe they preferred we spend more time in Afganistan and less in Iraq or whatever but, ultimately both parties really do condone war.
    Voting Democrat won’t keep us out of other countries. Voting Republican won’t get our taxes lowered.
    The media magnifies social issues to make the parties ”appear” different.
    The media also magnifies slight…and I mean slight…financial practices that may be a tiny bit different. But those differences between practices are greater between states than they are between parties.
    The problem is that the two parties work as one.
    That’s how I see it.
    Pulling votes away from the ”two party media run system” might send a message and doesn’t England have a third party?

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  14. Glenn

    It’s a 2-party system from our country’s original formation. Even though I would like to see Ron Paul and Chuck Baldwin fill the Oval Office, they should run as Republicans, because as history tells us, a 3rd party candidate skews the results and the wrong people end up winning due to the votes being pulled away from the other 2 parties. Get the Republican nod as candidates so that you can pull in the Republicans, Independents and others, instead of pulling votes out of the total Republican vote count, therefore allowing the Democrats to win again. I’ll say it one more time, it’s a 2-party system (has been since our founders designed it) and a 3rd party will not gain enough votes to win… however unfortunate that could be.

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    1. mildearth

      Congressman Ron Paul is a republican Congressman and ran as a republican in the 2008 presidential election. If you did a youtube video search of “Ron Paul 3rd party” you’ll hear him saying something similar to what you’re saying besides the idea that our country was founded on two parties. He is critical of the way the 2 party system makes it hard for anyone from a 3rd party to have any real chance. He says we promote democracy around the world but don’t really practice it well at home.

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  15. matt

    None on the list presented

    They are all current or former politicians!

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  16. Jeff

    Could we consider Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia? He is an ‘originalist’ (see ‘originalism’ in wikipedia), and knows constitutional law better than anyone.

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  17. MATTHEW J. ANDERSEN

    Regarding the running mate for 2012, I recommend Gen. Anthony Zinni. Please search the CSPAN-2 BOOKTV site and watch the video of the General at the Tuscon Book Festival on 03-14-2010 .

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  18. Becker

    GOOD LINE UP…..if ya EXCLUDE the NEOCONS (Sarah Palin Glenn Beck)
    AND WHERE IS MICHAEL Badnarik ??????

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    1. Denise Bursby

      where is Michelle Bachmann? she has my interest up for VP as well

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      1. iceguy

        I was thinking the same thing. Michelle Bachman is a solid independent thinker and could help in the great blue north.

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  19. Blaine Hebert

    I think Chuck Norris should run for president, after all when the Boogeyman goes to sleep every night, he checks his closet for Chuck Norris.

    Ted Nuggent can be his VP.

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  20. Theresa Romano

    I’m surprised that Sarah Palin is getting votes.
    Presently it seems we are being manipulated by a two-party-media-run political system.
    The two existing parties are as different as Parliament and Marlboro cigarettes(both owned by Philip Morris).

    Wasn’t one Roosevelt brother a Democrat while the other brother was Republican?
    Wasn’t the party originally called the Democratic-Republicans(something like that)?
    There’s no real difference.
    We need a really strong third party revolution.
    By following Sarah Palin all of us who want to stand against the two party media run system, are being led back in by the Pied Piperess aka Sarah Palin.

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    1. Bob From District 9

      The Democratic party was originally called the Republican party. Then the Democratic-Republican party, then the Democratic Party.

      The Democratic party is the only one of the two original parties, and the name Democratic-Republican party was originally an attack on the party, but the party neutralized the attack and adopted the name officially.

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  21. Adam FreeMan

    Ron Paul is too tired and old to run for President. He should support Mr. Chuck Baldwin for President and Mr. Baldwin’s pick for VP. But I think it is too late for America as we knew it. Secession is the only hope we have of living a life of freedom and honor.

    Let those who want “cradle to grave” security under a tyrannical boot stay in Amerika. As for me and my family, we choose freedom and States’ Rights.

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  22. Theresa Romano

    Judge Napolitano is very recognizable and likeable.
    Ron Paul is a doctor and politician and Napolitano is a judge.
    Both are so pleasant and likeable and brilliant.
    They would be great together.

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  23. Creoleguy32

    I do not like Sarah Palin’s blind support of Big Oil, which is the single most reason that America is loosing respect around the world and in places like Louisiana state.
    I can go the rest of my life with out seeing another idiot named , Napolitano.

    Jessie Ventura or Pat Buchanan would be my dream ticket but since I live in the real world it would have to be Joe Scarborough. Glen Beck is good for entertainment but he is a fraud. How can you not be critical of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling saying Corps are people but claim to be for the people on your show?
    South Carolina, Demint, would leave me out because I think the man is a racist and he looks like a hillbilly.
    So, choose carefully. I am going with Ventura, Buchanan and Scarborough. Ron Paul with anyone of them would get me out my house to walk the streets and start talking to people to come on board.

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  24. Nailah Ali

    Please provide me with updates concerning this issue.

    Nailah Ali

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  25. Confederate Alchemist

    I only voted for one, Chuck Baldwin, but now that I know I could have picked more than one, I would like to add Napolitano to my list, along with Charles Key, who conducted the post-OKC bombing hearings to get to the bottom of that false flag operation in Oklahoma, and was publically crucified for it, but has come back strong as a legislator here in the American heartland.

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  26. Jake Witmer

    Where is Jacob Sullum’s name? I think he’d be the best choice, although I’d probably vote Libertarian, and Paul says he’s not going to run as LP.

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  27. Jake Witmer

    I love the idea of serious agitating for Judge Napolitano to be nominated to the Supreme Court. It would be great if Obama tried to placate us that way, and we got someone who wouldn’t “go along to get along”…

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  28. Bob Barr for Ron Pauls VP 2012

    BOB BARR for Ron Pauls VP 2012. Please add Bob Barr to the List.

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    1. Survive Martial Law

      Adam Kokesh is young and is also an Iraq/Afghanistan war vet. I think he’s in his 20s. He truly believes in the constitution and people’s civil rights. Google his name in youtube and watch his speeches.

      He would surely relate to WAY more of the younger generation than anyone else. Period. Just watch him on Youtube and see what I mean.

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      1. Ryan

        He may appeal to the younger crowd, that I do not know, but I do know the Constitution requires the president and vice president to be at least 35 years of age.

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        1. Michael

          You’re right. I didn’t even think of that. I would choose Chuck Baldwin then.

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        2. Angelina

          Yes, and our president is supposed to be a legal US citizen also.
          Kokesh is awesome a true patriot, I will wait 7 years for him to be able to run, it will be worth it!
          If you check that rat, Soetoro, is on the list of candidates for 2012 already, and I am afraid if he is allowed to rerun without a birth cert. we will have lost.

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  29. Demian DeSchepper

    Are those voting unaware of who Gary Johnson is? Just very surprised he would have not garnered more support here.

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  30. truthseeker

    this poll and all such polls are in a nut just wishfull dreaming for all the people. it is a means for promising people hopes pipe dreams that they can bring about change in the election of a person that has the best intentions for the American people and not for the benefit of a shity little foreign nation.

    you will not have any change as long as there is electronic voting machines and foreign ownwed firms that supposedly count all of the vote returns from all the polling sites .

    the only way that people can bring about change is to bring back the paper vote.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky-YXvxYbck&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qV6qAGigGYY
    http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/325.html
    http://rawstory.com//news/2008/Cybersecurity_expert_raises_allegations_of_2004_0717.html
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky-YXvxYbck&feature=related
    http://judicial-inc.biz/Diebold.htm
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDqE-y3M1Qs&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=737VoCAm1O8&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAJk79i64xQ&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8xgWjFe1cE&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTYY-wdWjnE&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDqE-y3M1Qs&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=737VoCAm1O8&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkKdJoWG3qQ

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  31. Renn Bodeker(c)

    “GOOR”(C)
    The two proven ” GAURDS OF OUR REPUBLIC”(C)
    are Ron Paul and Chuck Baldwin, They have common sense and will call it like it is, they have the balls and will too stand and be counted, no matter the risk to themselves.

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    1. Shirley Gober

      I am 100% for the Paul/Baldwin ticket because they are both men of honor. They say what they mean and mean what they say. They are both good Christian and patriotic men who pray and ask God for directions and they lean not to thier own understanding. ladies and gentlemen this is the only combination that will work for this great nation of America because we are not fighting against flesh and blood, but evil principalities!

      If God is not called upon for His directions then we are totally lost in a sea of lies, greed, and deceit. We cannot go on as usual and expect the blessing of God when we are killing our unborn children which is the innocent of innocent blood. I think the ideal ticket is……PAUL AND BALDWIN…..hands down!

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  32. Jake Witmer

    Bob Barr is against jury nullification of law, and went so far as to write an article in 2007, right before he ran for the LP nomination, that stated that “the jury is to take instruction from the judge, and to apply the law as he gives it to them”.

    This is the language of authoritarianism and despotism. At the 2008 LP Convention in Denver, Jurist Roger Roots confronted him with this language, and Barr replied: “You believe in jury nullification of law in murder cases?!” This indicates that Barr doesn’t understand the concept, and is still a brainwashed prosecutor-tyrant from his lawschool days.

    And there are many, many other problems with Barr as well. He stated that the US needed to “treat our allies(in the drug war!) well” when referring to a pro-drug war politician in Columbia. Sorry, Barr, libertarians don’t believe there should be a drug war!

    And procedurally, he hired the scumbag (Russell Verney) who derailed Ross Perot’s 1992 campaign (under highly suspicious –CIA– circumstances!) to run his presidential campaign. During the Barr presidential campaign, most of the longtime libertarian petitioners were “persona non grata” in the LP. They were put on a blacklist by Russell Verney, Barr himself?, Shane Cory, Sean Haugh, and Scott Kohlhaas.

    In short, the Barr campaign –though perfectly positioned– failed miserably to build on the Paul campaign’s massive momentum.

    Also: Barr’s lunatic campaign manager asked Wayne Root to step down and ask Ron Paul to run –AFTER– the Barr campaign had pissed on Paul’s suggestion for third parties to hold a press conference together. (I don’t think that Paul’s suggestion was optimal –for all third parties to encourage people to vote “third party”–, but if you reject someone’s advances, don’t be surprised when they reject yours! Duhhh!) Moreover, the Barr campaign insulted the other minor parties –even though he knew Chuck Baldwin was a friend of Paul’s. Genius!

    It’s as if he was an ex-CIA agent, purposefully trying to divide the libertarian movement.

    Oh, yeah, …he was.

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  33. Lee Jordan Morales

    The voice of freedom has spoken; Viva La Revolucion! -TX

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  34. Frank Saubier

    Like Susan Parker I voted for one person without realizing we had five votes! Unlike Susan I picked Andrew Napolitano, but my other four would be Chuck Baldwin, Peter Schiff, and Pat Buchanan. (After what the GOP did to Buchanan I do not think he is wedded to those RINOs and neo-cons of the Bush years. He’d love to stick it to them.) The fourth might be Sarah Palin, but only if she breaks with the war party and Israel (unlikely). Jesse Ventura is a little goofy ideologically, but has the spunk needed to shake things up, so he’d be Sarah’s replacement as my fourth pick..

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  35. Deaf Scot

    Where is Bob Barr’s name? He deserves to be considered by Ron Paul supporters!

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    1. Fred the Protectionist

      Geez, even I think Bob Barr is a neocon.

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    2. Ryan

      Barr is a neocon. No more neocons, ever, in any position.

      Ron Paul endorsed Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party, over Bob Barr of the Libertarian party in 2008. That’s very telling since the Constitution Party is very opposed to many of Ron Paul’s beliefs. Ron Paul and Bob Barr are “cordial” at best.

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