Ron Paul 2012 Polls

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Ron Paul 2012 Polls

This page was updated daily with the latest Ron Paul polls.

National Polls – Ron Paul vs. Barack Obama

Poll Date Ron Paul Obama Pollster
5/8-5/9/2012 43% 44% Rasmussen
5/6-5/7/2012 42% 42% Rasmussen
5/4-5/5/2012 41% 45% Rasmussen
5/2-5/3/2012 41% 45% Rasmussen
4/30-5/1/2012 39% 47% Rasmussen
4/28-4/29/2012 40% 42% Rasmussen
4/26-4/27/2012 41% 47% Rasmussen
4/24/2012 39% 44% Rasmussen
4/20/2012 42% 44% Rasmussen
4/19/2012 44% 47% Rasmussen
4/16/2012 42% 43% Rasmussen

GOP Primary – Texas

Poll Date Ron Paul # Choices Pollster
4/24/2012 14% 3 PPP

RonPaul.com Polls

RonPaul.com ran several polls asking the question, “If Ron Paul runs for President in 2012, who should be his running mate?

Poll Date #1 #2 #3 Total Voters
12/2011 Andrew Napolitano (30%) Rand Paul (29%) Jesse Ventura (28%) 8,391
08/2011 Andrew Napolitano (31%) Rand Paul (29%) Jesse Ventura (25%) 4,874
06/2011 Andrew Napolitano (30%) Jesse Ventura (26%) Rand Paul (24%) 7,798
12/2010 Andrew Napolitano (38%) Jesse Ventura (27%) Rand Paul (21%) 10,660
08/2010 Andrew Napolitano (34%) Jesse Ventura (22%) Peter Schiff (22%) 6,354
04/2010 Andrew Napolitano (40%) Jesse Ventura (25%) Peter Schiff (22%) 10,580
11/2009 Chuck Baldwin (29%) Andrew Napolitano (27%) Peter Schiff (21%) 9,425
06/2009 Peter Schiff (29%) Jesse Ventura (21%) Dennis Kucinich (18%) 2,739

Older polls are archived on this page.

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  1. JAY

    RON Paul Should be president But will not happen Why Because votes are a lie if everyone voted for ron paul it would say its close but mitt romney won he is the next president cannt do nothing about it im going to VOTE FOR RON PAUL but easy to see who is going to win I hope and pray im wrong and Ron Paul is President
    What you will see Lies Real
    mitt romney 54% wins Presdent 32%
    Obama 42% 20%
    Ron paul 4% 48% WINNING

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    1. J@ck

      This right here is the type of DIS-INFORMATION that will cost Ron Paul! The media blacks him out & there are numerous reports that he has dropped out. WHY? Because Ron Paul does have a chance-and it scares the powers to be. It’s sad that everyone I’ve asked to vote for Ron Paul says the same thing, “Our votes don’t count” or “He has no chance so I’ll vote for someone else” If our votes don’t count, then what do you have to lose by voting for Ron Paul?! If he really stops running, then right your vote in. I urge everyone to do their research before believing all the lies. VOTE RON PAUL NO MATTER WHAT!

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      1. Lo

        @J@ck, please do not give up. Show the following to your friends. Ron Paul is playing by the Republican rules of GOP delegates but Romney won’t get it. It will benefit Ron Paul either way.
        Current True Delegates Contrary to Media’s Report: He already got 6 states! True.

        Colorado Paul 18, Romney 16, Santorum 2
        Iowa Paul 23, Romney 2
        Louisiana Paul 27, Romney 19
        Maine Paul 21, Romney 3
        Minn Paul 32, Romney 8
        Nevada Paul 22, Romney 3

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IU2AvSwzuok&list=FLwLEqHODoFm2M-EOcbw2fcQ&index=4&feature=plpp_video

        http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/05/09/real-gop-delegate-map-media-show-131241/

        Please do not give up on Ron Paul. He is the only hope for America. Follow his way to show up at Tampa and vote for him, not Romney. If Ron Paul doesn’t win nomination, he will run as 3rd party libertarian and those GOP delegates belong to him should follow him instead of voting for second choice Romney. This way Romney won’t be able to sustain holes in GOP. Ron Paul only plays the Rep rules but he will win if you are not fooled by the media that he is over. It’s far from over yet!!

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      2. Lo

        Do not give up. Follow the Rep Rules of GOP Delegates.

        The real data is not shown by the media because they are so afraid of this truth.

        http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/05/09/real-gop-delegate-map-media-show-131241/

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IU2AvSwzuok&list=FLwLEqHODoFm2M-EOcbw2fcQ&index=4&feature=plpp_video

        He is already winning by large gap but his news will not be reported. So Everyone must stick to him because he is the only chance to save America back to its track.

        Good luck.

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  2. Marcus

    If you understood my point of view you wouldn’t dislike my comment. What I’m saying is Ron Paul deserves more votes than Obama. I’m comparing between the two presidents. I believe that Ron Paul can do more and better as a president than Obama. I feel that things could get worst or things will never change if Obama stays in office. So… we need more votes; vote for Ron Paul 2012!!

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  3. Marcus

    Must I remind you all that even if Obama plans to do more than Ron Paul doesn’t mean in office he will do everything he has said. Currently since Obama has been in office I hardly see no big change in the U.S. besides healthcare and “gay marriage” If I were to run for president, I wouldn’t be throwing out alot of things that I will do and not do it. There is no excuse for Obama and he has the experience now. I don’t see anything changing if you people vote for Obama. One big issue is the War on Drugs and Obama opposes to something he has done when he was a kid.(a.k.a Marijuana) Seems like everything he says becomes the complete opposite. Vote for Ron Paul 2012 Election. Every vote counts as one step closer to becoming president. B.T.W. if U.S. is in big debt, what makes you think we will have more jobs just because Obama says so. I mean if marijuana was illegal I see alot of crime rate going down in our economy and more opportunity for jobs.

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  4. Allan from Skye

    I think its fair to say that Ron,s achilles heel or his weak point in this campaign has been nepotism.In other words ,appointing relatives to jobs above their paygrade,so to speak.
    This has resulted in Jesse Benton and Viking Strategies and Rand Paul destroying the momentum of the Ron Paul Campaign.However ,the eternal nature of the ideas and philosophies expressed by Ron Paul means that it will come.back stronger than ever,this time without Jesse Benton and Rand Paul.
    We dont know when but the writing is on the wall.Its up to us to make it happen.

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  5. David

    Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. A man can’t ride you unless your back is bent.
    Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  6. Thomas

    I’m from Greece and I hope I could be American just to vote for Ron Paul.

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  7. cyndi shisara feigenbaum

    Ralph Nadar would be a great Vice President but unfotunately Americans would not understand.

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  8. Sam

    I have no faith in the majority of Americans. They only listen to what they are told. The media says vote for Mitt so that’s what most of idiot America will do. If these people would hear Ron Paul speak just one time and loved his ideas, they would still vote Romney or Obama because the tv says so. Stupid people, must like being repressed. Idiots.

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  9. Eric

    It Isn’t Over Until Tampa! Ron Paul started something, he inspired me to become a Delegate! Although I wasn’t voted up to go to the National Convention in Florida, I’m still spreading the word, educating people about Ron Paul and the R3VOLUTION! Several states still need to hold their State Conventions, his supporters will NOT GIVE UP! America has too much at stake, if you’re willing to lose your Freedoms and Liberties to a bunch of Corrupt politicians, bankers and corporate heads, then throw in the towel and give in. I’ve been fighting for Ron Paul for over 6 years, and just like the rest of his diehard supporters… I’M NOT GIVING UP! Ron Paul, we’ve got YOU COVERED!

    Ron Paul For PRESIDENT 2012!

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  10. steve

    now that Ron Paul is out, only one clear choice remains, Gary Johnson.

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    1. J@ck

      RON PAUL IS NOT OUT!!! A day after this was ‘reported’, he stated he will run at least until August! VOTE RON PAUL NO MATTER WHAT!!!

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  11. Jay

    I am from Canada.

    Ron, you have my vote even if I can’t vote in US.

    Please save your country, save the world.

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  12. Julia

    Dear Gil,

    No, Dr. Paul has NOT dropped out of the race for president of the U.S. Although he has ceased competing for any further primary votes (but he’s still on the ballot nevertheless) – he continues to gather delegates for the upcoming Republican convention. I just voted for him 1/2 hour ago in fact! And, he’s got my vote in November in the general election. No one else comes close!

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  13. Gil

    Hi Im from the UK, im trying to understand your system and I am very confused, as are we all. we hear a lot about Ron Paul dropping out, is that true,

    how is he doing?

    when will the results for the primaries be official?

    Doe he have a chance of becoming president?

    Your system seems open to manipulation and fraud? how is that?

    Anyway, Mr Paul seems like a great guy and for the sake of the world I hope he wins and inspires the same over the pond. We could do with a Ron Paul over here. He seems to good to be true but im sold on him right now. to much western intervention that we cant afford and whatever you guys do we always follow

    Please please please advise what the hell is going on with your elections kas im confused as hell.

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  14. Juliana

    I am Canadian,but i vote for Ron Paul!! he will not only change America but the whole world!!

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  15. Ron Paul 2012!

    I will do my part to see Dr.Paul be the president and restore US image and stop these senseless corporate backed wars!

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  16. Maynard Merrell

    Several months ago I had read onm the internet the the possiblitiy of Andrew Napolitano becomes Ron Pauls running made. I loved the idea. A real Constitutional attorney running with a Constitutional Conservaticve suited me find. The VP sits in the House of Senate in our Congress. Neither House is to vote on and pass on to eachother or to the President without it fist be determined to be Constitutional. this has not been the case for many, many years. I think Napolitano would get back to doing just that. Also, the President is not to sign any Bills he determins to be unConstitutional and send it back to Congress. This is why he has veto powers.

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  17. Maynard Merrell

    Kucinich had been supported by the communist party in Ohio why back when he was mayor of Cleveland. Don’t believe me? Ask Glenn Beck.

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  18. Alvin Willingham

    Must say sorry again didn’t see comment on vice pres. choice poll. I would like to see Jessie Ventura for Vice. Reason : He would chase down the criminals in Washington, wall-street, and beyond. There are many “Monopolies” that need to be dismantled, and I think ? ? ? ? WOW ! ! “JUDGE” Napolitano would be great too. Still like Jessie for Vice Pres. . One more thing RON PAUL has made it this far without network news (criminals). Just think if there were “LAWS” regarding equal air time for all candidates running for office Oh My GOD there are, or there used to be, what happened ?

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  19. Alvin Willingham

    I first must apoligise to all for falling for O’buttheads lies yes I voted for him. For this election I switched parties to REP. just so I could vote for RON PAUL. If nessary I will switch again to Independent to vote for “RON PAUL”. I DON’TY CARE WHAT PARTY RON PAUL RUNS IN MY VOTE IS WITH HIM. EVEN IF HE DOES NOT RUN. WHY NOT VOTE FOR “ROM-OTTEN-CRAP” HE IS OWNED BY THE SAME ONES THAT OWN O’BUTTHEAD. SO IT’S “””” RON PAUL “””” OR NOTHING. AND NOTHING WOULD MEAN I DON’T CARE. THE WAY I SEE IT IS IF RON PAUL DOES NOT “” WIN “” CILVIL WAR WILL BE NEXT. ********* IF WE LOOSE “”RON PAUL”” WE LOOSE “”AMERICA””************
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  20. Sparky

    It’s good to see many intelligent comments on this site. What will it take to help the rest of our fellow Americans realize that they can’t continue to be controlled by this corporate media propaganda that we have right now? The outcome of many elections have resulted from this. Many of us are guilty of following the masses but it’s time to see the light and put common sense first. Let’s get back to the principles that made this country great and tackle the roots of our problems. The corporate media is not interested in the people’s well being, so why listen to it? RON PAUL 2012!

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  21. Alex

    I’m doing my part, my family members are converted from Romney and are now voting for Ron Paul. Luckily they are reasonable, intelligent people. Appeal to their love of America and their sense of freedom, and maybe you can make a small difference too. Everything counts.

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  22. thybloodredrose

    And every one said that Ron Paul would not get this far, silly peoples!!
    VOTE RON PAUL :)

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  23. Blue Dem

    Ron Paul should choose Dennis Kucinich as his running-mate. No question about it!

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  24. Bobturkee

    Yes vote with a conscience. If you choose a candidate that screws our beloved country and send it further down the rabbit hole, than your partly responsible, but If you choose someone who loses, your not. Let’s all vote responsibly, and be true to ourselves, less it weigh on our conscience.

    My conscience tells me vote Ron Paul win or lose!

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  25. sara

    Message to everyone: Ron Paul is fighting for justice and truth for the American people. He is telling you how it is and why.

    Message to Dan: Grow some balls you wimp!

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    1. Bobturkee

      If you want people to consider your opinion, stop the name calling.

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      1. Bobturkee

        Err um, put downs. ;)

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  26. Velda Cornforth

    Keep functioning ,impressive job!

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  28. M@

    Romney=Obama=Evil
    Ron Paul = Good

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  29. Sharon

    Romney = Obama

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    1. Dan

      That is not true.

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      1. Alex

        Dan is right, Romney is not the same as Obama. According to the terrible system the U.S.A has in place we only have the choice between two evils, and I’ll be damned if I pick either one, and so should anyone who is weak enough to use the same excuse for Ron Paul that they used for Nader et al.
        Don’t give in to Dan and his defeatist point of view, vote for Ron Paul, the right (only) man for the job. I already voted for Obama last election, I’ve had enough of elephants and donkeys. I’m pretty sure other animals exist.

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        1. Dan

          I do not have a defeatist attitude. I am a realist who wants to help this country. You obviously do not like what Obama has done. If you vote for other, than you might as well vote for Obama again. Voting for a candidate that can not win is a cop out. It is the easy path.
          Mitt Romney will get this country back on it’s feet again. I am tired of being worried about my job, the high cost of electric, gas, food, other goods and services.
          Ron Paul may be the best president we ever had. But, he will not be on the ballot. Vote Mitt Romney.

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          1. Lance

            Dan, I sense insecurity in your need to follow the crowd and vote for a potential “winner”. Yes, I concede that Paul will not win in 2012. (A shame because our country desperately needs a leader like him at the helm right now.) Nonetheless, I have the internal strength not to compromise certain fundamental beliefs by voting for another puppet that I’m told is the best candidate by the GOP/BS media.

            Obama, Romney, Bush, McCain, Clinton, Kerry…. All the same. Until you get that, I doubt you’ll understand this.

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          2. Dan

            It does not take strength to vote for nothing. It renders your vote meaningless. I am not trying to vote for a winner. I am trying to help our country get back to work. I think Barack Obama is doing a very poor job. I am afraid of the type of supreme court justices he will appoint in the next term.
            Obama, Bush, Romney,McCain, Clinton, Kerry. They may not be Ron Paul. However, none of them are the same at all.
            Until you get that, I don’t think you will understand how government works

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          3. Dan

            And I am not the blind follower here. If people disagree with Ron Paul The supports here tend to call names. Maybe you should listen and not just try to talk over anybody with a differing point of view

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          4. Lance

            It’s not your point of view, but your approach. You feel it’s your place to discredit another’s vote.

            I think we mostly want the same thing. Unfortunately, Romney won’t bring what we are looking for. It is naive to think that Romney will get people back to work, strengthen the middle class. If he would, I’d vote for him. But he won’t. It would be another 4-8 of the same old Republicrat stuff.

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    1. Michael Guenther

      Ron Paul is the only candidate I will vote for. It makes no difference if he a chance or not. He is the only candidate that speaks the truth to my special interest, of saving this great Nation. Some people say he is too old. I say even if he needs to be put on life support and his brain functions and he can lead this nation with honesty and integrity as his record shows, THAT IS OK BY ME. He will lead us out of this mess. I am feed up with our Kenyan kings (Barack-O) unfit to serve, California fruit and nut (Nancy Pelosi). I am sick of Nevada union mob leader (Harry Reid). I am sick and tired of a phony currency that is not worth the paper it is printed on (Ben Shalom Bernanke) Give me a candidate that has the balls to say what is right and I am voting for that candidate. His name is Ron Paul.

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      1. Dan

        That is great. The only problem is he won’t be on the ballot in November. Your vote will count for nothing if you write in Ron Paul.
        Ron Paul may be the best president this country has ever seen. But if he is not a choice than pick the person who can push us in the correct direction.
        That person is Mitt Romney. Ron and Rand Paul may have some influence on Romney. But none on Obama. I trust Romney to pick Supreme court justices that have actually read the thing. I think Romney will get this country back to work.
        Don’t try to order something the is not on the menu. Vote Romney

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        1. Tony

          I disagree, and think it would take something as drastic as that very thing happening for some faster results as far as our economy and foreign policy is concerned. I still have faith that enough people will write him in in the elections that he has more than an adequate chance. You are right though, that if nothing else he has drastically changed the tone in the debates and made other candidates answer harder questions more honestly and that even if he can’t win, he has served a greater purpose. Although I truly do respect your opinion, the message hasn’t seemed to reach his following that he doesn’t have a chance, and in order to potentially restore some of the more negative things that have come upon America why not take a chance. I personally refuse to give any other candidate my vote because ultimately voting a party in instead of the man representing it just doesn’t make sense to me. He definately has the troops votes, I can personally contest to that, and I’m just glad I’ll be home from overseas in the nick of time to vote. Things can change, politics and government can change, but it will take an initial first step towards a different path for that to happen. Ron Paul 2012!!!

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          1. Dan

            Tony,
            Dr. Paul has lost. I don’t understand why people can not see that. If they want to hold out hope until the convention in Tampa, I can see that. But, To write in his name is foolish. You may as well not make it home in time to vote. Your vote will mean nothing.
            The next president will appoint at least one supreme court justice. I don’t want that president to be Obama.
            Make your vote count in November

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        2. Adam

          its thinking like that which cause people like Ron Paul to lose

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          1. usfrog

            And Ron Paul has gotten where he is with ZERO help from the media, if fact they are demonizing him and blocking him out wherever possible. 89 seconds in a 2 hour debate! It is pretty obvious that the global cabal is doing everything to keep him from gaining supporters. They are afraid of him because he will take the necessary measures to end the FED and printing of money, get out of the UN, stop the wars and the unnecessary spending. The NWO is rubbing their hands with the prospect of Obama or Romney : both are puppets in their hands. They will push the war with Iran to continue to destroy our economy and to make gas prices go up, all while making us believe that it is for world “safety”. It is time to wake up.

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    2. Mr. Wolf

      If Ron Paul doesn’t win this election it will be from people who keep saying he doesn’t have a chance in winning this election. Or because we know that the election process is pretty much useless if they keep stealing and changing the votes. Try this for a change, Say Ron Paul has a great chance of winning the Presidency if the people of this country are finally fed up with the same old corruption and CRAP!

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      1. Tony

        Fortunately, he still has an adequate chance as long as enough of his supporters don’t get scared off and vote republican as the lesser of two evils. Anyone who was a supporter before can still right his name in two vote for him, and I think enough of our society is ready to see the changes he represents.

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          correction: right+write

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        2. Dan

          Ron Paul has only received around 10% of the Republican vote. What makes you think he will do better in the general. If he had won the nomination. You would want the Romney support. Which, in their minds, would be the lesser of two evils. That is how this thing works. The people decide and they have decided on Mitt Romney

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          1. usfrog

            you apparently have not seen the difference in the CROWDS between the Paul supporters and the near empty Romney gatherings…

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          3. Dan

            usfrog,
            Rallies don’t win elections votes do.

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  31. nevadasmith

    We are soldiers of The Ron Paul Revolution.As such,we fight on till none save victory. We call on the Patriots in Texas,to do their duty.Hold like the Alamo or Bastogne.Give our troops in California,a chance to break out from the axis forces aligned against Liberty and Freedom. This War will be won.It can be won in 2012.
    We will break the Hypocrats hold on our government and country.
    The Ron Paul Revolution will win it for US All.

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  32. Jean Paul Marat

    Goldman Sachs has two candidates running for President, Romney & Obama.
    American People only have one: Ron Paul.

    Romney says that “corporations are people”. Maybe he should ammend the contitution. Instead of “We the People”, it should read: “We the Corporations…” Much in line with the present reality of that once great country, beacon of Freedom.

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      1. Tony

        There’s a number of elements I disagree with in your post, not for the sake of hearing myself speak but I enjoy constructive debate. I do agree with you that America is the greatest country on Earth, but highly disagree that large corporations are what made this country great, or that they even have a huge hand in American employment. Honestly more and more, do you not see American companies enterprising of foreign soil due to a lower rate of pay standard that those countries implement? Why not go back to entrepeneurship which made this country successful in the first place. I’m all for free trade within the world, but free trade that raises capital to line all of our fellow countrymen’s pockets, not just a few greedy industrial conglamerates(not sure if that’s spelled correctly). To proselytize to a Ron Paul web-site blog that he doesn’t stand a chance, and to try to convert people away is your right as a free American, and I truly respect that right. That in itself is the exact reason that many including myself will not settle for the lesser of two evils and vote a party in just to watch the very rights that gives myself and you the freedom to debate on this blog to continue to be stripped from us by every new corrupt politician that steps into office. I realize they aren’t all corrupt, but there has been enough corruption that many have taken notice, and I don’t see any of the other candidates as of now showing any credibility to stop this from continuing. Even if Ron Paul doesn’t win this, it should speak for itself by the dedication of his followers, and maybe that will raise some eyebrows and enable some changes to be made in the future. I’m for his principles and ideas, not his name. It could be any one of a hundred thousand other people to show his views as a candidate and I would back them just as thoroughly. He has a chance, if nothing more to show America there is a different way for things to be done, but he’s earned my vote and nobody else, especially Romney has done that…..Or Obama. Ron Paul 2012!

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        1. Dan

          What good does it due to vote for a candidate that can not win? It does not show courage or send a message.
          Ron Paul has changed the talk of fiscal responsibility in this country. He and his supporters should be proud that he has made a change in the dialogue. But, he can’t win. The choice is between Obama and Romney. And Romney is the clear choice.

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          1. usfrog

            I will post this video AGAIN :
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWDJEc92d38

            Watch and decide if there is a huge difference between Obama and Romney. If you think there is, you are kidding yourself.

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    2. Tony

      I really like this post. As long as his supporters stick together, and stick to the ideas he represents he has more than a chance. For some reason the message that he can’t win hasn’t reached his following. I still have hope. Ron Paul 2012!!!

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  33. Mike

    The level of mis-information and MSM-believing brainwashed people here is just plain sad.

    There is no 100% accurate delegate count. That will not be known until August. But based on extensive research, I can tell you Ron is crushing both Santorum and Gingrich combined, and is very quickly closing the gap on Romney.

    Now something else people have to be ready for, is the delegates are going to vote for who they want regardless of being “bound” or not. And I can gaurantee you 100% that Ron holds WAY more delegate support than Romney ever could. When you’re a delegate, you’re gonna keep PROPERLY informed regarding your candidates. Meaning, any delegate in their right mind is going to vote for Paul, because they have taken the time to wade through the shit that is Mitt Romney and MSM and made a real decision on a real candidate. Ron Paul.

    If you have defense against any of my comments, take 20 minutes out of your day, turn the damn News on TV off, and get on your computer and do some of your own damn research then tell me what you think. You’re in for a shocker.

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    1. cody green

      i agree with what your saying but who says theses delegates are not payed off or threatened, this country is not the country it once was in fact in a sense it can be compared to the “nazi-germany” of our time.

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      1. Dan

        What are you talking about? Nazi-Germany? You sound a bit foolish

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      2. Tony

        Because, first there are too many delegates. Second they get elected in as everyday people like you and myself. I don’t know about you but I definately won’t be intimidated out of my views. and I seriously doubt that any government officials would take the time to worry about such things.

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      3. usfrog

        If you have ever been to a RP rally, you would know that they are not paid off. There is so much energy and momentum. Other candidates have indeed tried to pay people to go to RP rallies to call names and be trouble-makers.

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    2. Dan

      Wow. What is sad is that you believe what you are saying. If you think a candidate can just steal an election without voter support you are the one who is brainwashed.
      I love the support that all of the Dr. Paul people have. The die hard attitude, but this thing is lost for him. I think you should take a few minutes and look at this like an outsider instead of a Ron Paul guy and you will see the truth.
      It is time for the general election. The primary season is over

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      1. Tony

        After responding to many of your previous posts I think I’ve addressed at least my views on your way of thinking. I find it hard to concieve that you continue throughout this blog to say he cannot make a difference and that his supporters are ill-concieved. I think to say I would vote for Romney just to see a republican back in office over a democrat is a copout. Nothing will change in this situation, whereas the supporters of change and an idea of a free America continuing for generations to come is worth taking a risk for. Voting for Ron Paul is many people’s only choice and I think that your numbers you continue to portray is in my opinion and observance false, but one way or the other, even if I’m wrong about the numbers and I am only seeing what I want to see why should I, or anyone else, give up their views, and sellout their hopes to vote in the lesser of two evils instead of voting in an idea and policies that actually make sense? If enough people have even a slight understanding of the voting system Ron Paul can still take this due to simply writing in his name. How is that any harder than putting a check in a box where his name was in print? I’m just saying, many haven’t given up the hopes of what he portrays.

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      2. usfrog

        The Convention is in August. Better not jump the gun.

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  34. Jess

    Wow that Dan guy doesnt have a clue. I just have a quick question about how the heck the “military” is going to save us when the’yre all the way out in Butt Fuck Egypt!!!!! “Fighting” for “our country”.. for whatever reason we may “believe” but what happens when something more serious comes along, something bigger and badder like say.. a nuclear bomb.. then what Danny Boy? Who is going to save you from that? NO ONE. Get over yourself. You say we’re “close minded”.. Take a good look in the mirror and say those words over again and then re think that sentence. Thank you for your precious time :) Love Jessica Petree.

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    1. Dan

      What are you talking about? We have more military right here in the U.S, than anywhere else. And a nuclear Bomb? What does our troops being all in the U.S. have to do with defending ourselves against Nuclear attack?
      I just want you people to wake up and look at the rest of the country. Not just all the Ron Paul stuff.

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      1. Tony

        And some of us aren’t as blind and one sided as you seem to think. That you are the only person studying all candidates in hopes of finding something you can agree with to justify a vote for them, or to justify not giving them a chance in your case. I may not agree with her idea of all troops being in the states to avoid a nuclear attack, but it is very true that many US bases are closing down in our country because the funds and troops are NOT there to maintain them. They are spread out amongst 130 other countries to implement “Nation Building”, they are there to have a grip on that part of the world, they are there to provide intel (which may be the only legitimate reason for being there) but can’t other establishments from within our government handle intel? If not we are in more trouble that it seems. We are not in those places to protect national defense. We are not there for the good of US citizens. We could as a troop overseas myself currently in the Army protect our nation better from the borders, use the excessive money spent in harboring bases around the world to harbor them in our own country, and use the rest of the trillions of dollars that could potentially be saved to invest into bettering ourselves. For god sakes, Israels own president has said he doesn’t understand our meddling in some situations. I will protect and defend the US constitution until I am no longer able to, but to say we are currently spread so thin in various countries, I have personally seen, for the protection of the US constitution or of American people is wrong, and the reality is that we truly are spread THAT thin whether you believe that or not. So what again does good ol’ Romney have to say about our foreign policy?????? Maybe you should look his statemnts up and get back to us crazy RON PAUL supporters.

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  35. Matt

    Dan is my friend because he doesn’t like rocks.

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