Poll: Who Won the CBS News, National Journal and GOP South Carolina Debate?

Who won the debate?

  • Ron Paul (90%, 4,713 Votes)
  • Newt Gingrich (4%, 194 Votes)
  • Mitt Romney (2%, 98 Votes)
  • Jon Huntsman (2%, 92 Votes)
  • Rick Perry (1%, 55 Votes)
  • Herman Cain (1%, 35 Votes)
  • Rick Santorum (0%, 19 Votes)
  • Michele Bachmann (0%, 14 Votes)

Total Voters: 5,220

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  9. sparkobuzzard your arguments make no sense…you are all for NAFTA and even Hillary said it needed reform…we have a huge trade deficit with Mexico because of NAFTA….you are all wet

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  10. the dems are a evil party while the GOP is full of clowns. and that includes Ron Paul. Who has the guts in the GOP to say that all the entilement programs need to be phased out as quick as can be done?

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    • RonPaul2012alldaylong

      Yawn, Ok I understand now. You are a troll. You are here to get a rise out of everyone. You have nothing constructive to say. You are full of non concrete insults and an agenda to just be an all out non informed person, who doesn’t sound a bit older than 12.

      I encourage everyone to do their own research about Ron Paul. He really has our best interests at heart.

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    • @sparkobuzzer

      I respect you opinions, even if they are wrong. He does want to phase Social Security out, but not as quickly as possible like you say. He wants to give 25 year olds or younger the opertunity(opertunity the key word) to opt out. That would mean that SS would still be around for 35+ years. Also, he is the only one who wants to make the programs solvent, unlike some who want to make cuts to the programs. Obama took $500 bill from medicare to start the healthcare act, and romeny put out his plan to cut SS/Medicare/Medicade. Ron Paul is the best candidate for the job.

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      • @FreedomIsAbsolute so my opinions are wrong. Well i can say the same thing about your opinions. and ours are just opinions. But i would say the US is already gone to far and is going to crash. Just to many socialists here and say gimmie gimmie from the Fed Gov. SS is not going to be around 35 years from now as it is. The Fed Gov is going to jack up the retirement age in a few years to at least age 70. and then find out that is not high enough and then jack it up to age 72. And the Gov will also raise up the age when you can receive benefits. it all comes down to mony. and i do agree with Ron Paul on letting 25 and younger opting out of SS. All for that. It is just not right to take away youngs person mony they earn and then hand it over to older people. No matter what the Fed Gov says, it is still stealing.

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        • @sparkobuzzer

          No my friend, I said I respect your opinions even if they are wrong. I am not disrespecting you at all. Also, what I have stated previously are not my opinions, but are facts strait out of the Ron Paul campaign. I agree the govt is in the tank and to many want handouts, and since the fed govt has put their grimy fingers on the SS trust fund it has become a Ponzi Scheme; however we do not have to jack up the retirement age at all unless people don’t want to cut spending on wastful programs. Paul has set forth a bold plan to cut $1trill his first year as prez, and even balance the budget in 3yrs. He isn’t for raising the retirement age or raising taxes, infact he wants to phase out the IRS as well. However, once again you cannot do that without cutting spending. Every other candidate including the incumbant are planning on raising the retirment age & taxes because they are for big gov’t. Paul is so serious about cutting spending he will take a paycut of $360k as prez, now that is dedicated I know I may not be able to get you to research Ron Paul in detail, but at least I tried. And I agree with you on some points. Good luck to you.

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  11. Eyes on Trade: Ron Paul: For Free Trade, Against NAFTA(Except for missing a vote on the Morocco … are links to weblogs that reference Ron Paul: For Free Trade, Against … Job-Killing Trade Deals Pass Congress Amidst …citizen.typepad.com/eyesontrade/2007/07/​ron-paul-for-fr.html

    Guess you are not understanding his reasons….read the article. I agree with Paul

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    • @RhondaReichel sorry but i don,t agree with Paul. I am for NAFTA . I am for free trade. And Paul could have voted present a few years ago. but no , he had to vote against it and says he is a free trader. for as i care at this point , i don,t trust him as i don,t trust pol.s , and as i said i voted for Rand Paul and i will again. He did vote for the latest trade deal. and i don,t think NAFTA is a job killer. That is simply BS.

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      • RonPaul2012alldaylong

        @sparkobuzzer@RhondaReichel

        Sparkobuzzer: You could not be more misinformed and wrong than you are. NAFTA was a huge American Job Killer. Many Large auto manufacturers and General Electric, and MANY MANY other companies closed shop in the USA and took it to MEXICO where they pay people 1/3 less, and there is quite less regulation in Mexico.

        So either stop trolling or get informed on the subject.

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      • @sparkobuzzer Then why do we have such huge trade deficits now if NAFTA is so wonderful….explain that please

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        • @sparkobuzzer Educate yourself before you shoot off your mouth….you obviously don’t understand Paul’s stance on trade

          http://www.ontheissues.org/2008/Ron_Paul_Free_​Trade.htm

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        • @sparkobuzzer Here you go sunshine!

          No North American Union; no WTO; no UN Q: Will you abolish all plans to promote economic integration of North America?

          A: Not only do I not want a North American Union, I want us out of the U.N., the IMF, the World Bank, the WTO, NAFTA and CAFTA. NAFTA has nothing to do for free trade. It’s a pretense to lower tariffs, but it’s a reason to go talk to the WTO to raise tariffs. We need free trade. That’s very, very important. But you don’t get that by world government.

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        • @sparkobuzzer

          No restrictions on import/export; but maintain sovereignty .Paul adopted the Republican Liberty Caucus Position Statement:

          As adopted by the General Membership of the Republican Liberty Caucus at its Biannual Meeting held December 8, 2000. WHEREAS libertarian Republicans believe in limited government, individual freedom and personal responsibility; WHEREAS we believe that government has no money nor power not derived from the consent of the people; WHEREAS we believe that people have the right to keep the fruits of their labor; and WHEREAS we believe in upholding the US Constitution as the supreme law of the land;

          BE IT RESOLVED that the Republican Liberty Caucus endorses the following [among its] principles: The US government should inhibit neither the exportation of US goods and services worldwide, nor the importation of goods and services. The United States should not be answerable to any governing body outside the United States for its trade policy.

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        • @sparkobuzzer

          Block NAFTA Superhighway & North American Union.Paul co-sponsored blocking NAFTA Superhighway & North American Union

          This resolution urges disengaging from the NAFTA Superhighway System and the North American because these proposals threaten U.S. sovereignty:

          Whereas US trade deficits with Mexico and Canada have significantly increased since the implementation of NAFTA; Whereas a NAFTA Superhighway System from the west coast of Mexico through the US and into Canada has been suggested as part of a North American Union to facilitate trade; Whereas the State of Texas has already begun planning of the Trans-Texas Corridor, a major multi-modal transportation project beginning at the US-Mexico border, which would serve as an initial section of a NAFTA Superhighway System;

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        • @RhondaReichel i no nothing of a so called North American Union and not interested. no UN, I want free trade period. Not fair trade. My wife happens to be from a Southeast Asian country. i would want a free trade agreement with that country.

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