August 2011

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August Surprise? Can Ron Paul Win the Iowa Straw Poll?

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Accurately predicting what will happen at the Ames Straw Poll is much more difficult than predicting the outcome of a traditional primary or general election contest. My opinions on how each candidate will perform change all of the time. The race in Iowa is as wide open as I have ever seen it, and the […]

Ron and Rand Paul say downgrade is fault of Washington, not Tea Party

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Rep. Ron Paul, R-Tex., and his son, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., both blasted Tea Party critics on Monday for suggesting that the conservative movement with which they’re both linked may have had something to do with America’s recent credit downgrade by the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s. The elder Paul, a longtime lawmaker, staunch libertarian, […]

USA TODAY/Gallup Poll: Romney 24%, Perry 17%, Paul 14%

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In the GOP contest to challenge Obama, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney continues to lead the field, at 24%, but a potential candidate who hasn’t entered the race yet is in second place. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is exploring a presidential campaign, ranks behind Romney at 17%. Texas Rep. Ron Paul is third at […]

Rasmussen Survey in Iowa: Bachmann 22%, Romney 21%, Paul 16%

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The first Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Iowa’s Likely Caucus Participants shows that Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann attracts 22% support, while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney earn 21%. Just slightly behind is Texas Congressman Ron Paul at 16%, followed by Texas Governor Rick Perry at 12% and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty at 11%. Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

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