View Poll Results: Will you vote for either of the Pauls?

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  • Ron Paul

    5 15.15%
  • Rand Paul

    4 12.12%
  • Lets have the first father/son as president and vice president! WOOT!

    6 18.18%
  • Nah

    18 54.55%
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    Oh my god the Paulbots are here :(
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnkbortka View Post
    Do you think Ron Paul has good ideas? Will you vote for him or his son Rand in the primary? if you have any concerns about them, what are they?

    http://www.ronpaul.com/

    He is an Libertarian, but he runs for office as a Republican for obvious reasons. His son is the same, and he recently became a Kentucky Senator. Though inexperienced, he is charismatic, which might be needed to beat Obama, and he has the same ideas so yea.

    If you want four more years of Obama...you'll support this father & son Circus Clown act.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    If you want four more years of Obama...you'll support this father & son Circus Clown act.
    Perot (sp)? all over again, I'll never forget that night this country elected that a#$hole. :(
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    If you want four more years of Obama...you'll support this father & son Circus Clown act.
    I don't have a problem with them in the House and Senate, I have issue with them as Presidential material, they have good legislative ideas
     

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    I'd vote for either or both before Gingrich, Romney or a variety of the other RINO conservacrat hacks.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madisonian View Post
    I'd vote for either or both before Gingrich, Romney or a variety of the other RINO conservacrat hacks.
    Same here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    If you want four more years of Obama...you'll support this father & son Circus Clown act.
    i think if one of them wins the primary, they have a good chance. if you remember, Ron wasn't stupid enough to run in the libertarian party, so i think, as i said before, if he wins the primary, he can win the election
     

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    I am ALMOST willing to try anything.

    Almost. >twitch<


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    I'm hoping Johnson goes in, and Paul throws his support behind Johnson and stays out of the primary. Paul is just too old to be elected, and that will really hurt him in the primary. He and Johnson are almost alike, Johnson is much better at getting his message across, has executive experience, and is a better public speaker. However, Johnson doesn't have the name recognition Ron Paul does now, so if Paul campaigns for him, that would change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malloc View Post
    I'm hoping Johnson goes in, and Paul throws his support behind Johnson and stays out of the primary. Paul is just too old to be elected, and that will really hurt him in the primary. He and Johnson are almost alike, Johnson is much better at getting his message across, has executive experience, and is a better public speaker. However, Johnson doesn't have the name recognition Ron Paul does now, so if Paul campaigns for him, that would change.
    Who Johnson? sorry lol

    oh yea, to everyone else who got annoyed by the Paul supporters last time around, I'm sorry for their behavior :D they mean well...
     

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