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Fantastic Debate Results

I am still so excited over how well Dr. Paul did Thursday evening in the California debates. I think this is just the beginning of good things to come. My husband and I were actually out of town Thursday and Friday, but when we got in late Friday evening, a friend had forwarded me the following link and urged me to go vote, which I did.
( http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18436681/ ) When I received the results, at that time, Dr. Paul was leading in the first and third issue by slight margins and in second place on issue number two. He was also leading in the final issue by a small margin. On the negative issues, his numbers were well below the so called "front runners." I was absolutely thrilled. However, just now I went to forward this information on to other friends, and guess what I found. Now Dr. Paul leads in all 4 positive catagories, and by considerable margins, and his negatives are still very low!
Job well done, Dr. Paul. I urge every supporter to go and vote and help Dr. Paul's lead continue to grow! This makes the upcoming debates in SC even more exciting and important. We have to keep the momentum buillding!!
M.Raborn

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Substance over style

If the question is who looked better or sounded more polished, Paul probably lost. If the question is who actually answered the questions honestly and knew what his policies would be and why and had ideas, Paul was well past everyone else. Even the people who don't support his policies have to admit he is the only one with ideas (anti-aggressive-war, anti-inflation, anti-tax, with a record to prove it).

But the question is whether we want someone who looks presidential or someone who can save our collective arse.

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I couldn't agree more. In every outlet where Ron Paul was listed after the debates he trounced the other 9 candidates. Most significant is MSNBCs own post-debate polling data, where he emerged the clear leader. Unfortunately, MSNBC doesn't care to share their own polling data with the nation except as it is hidden in the depths of their website. Just one acknowledgement that Dr. Paul was the clear winner of the debate OVER THEIR TV NETWORK, and we would have a frontrunner CHOSEN BY THE PEOPLE, not the three stooges lined up for us by the insiders of the mainstream media.

I am not sure what happened with the ABC News poll, but this is what is showing up there now: (talk about STAGGERING RESULTS!!!!!)

Republican presidential candidates held their first debate recently.

Who do you think came out on top at the Republican debate?

Ron Paul
1,572

It doesn't matter who won. I wouldn't put America in another Republican's hands.129

Mitt Romney19

Rudy Guiliani18

None of them. I'm interested in the possibility of new candidates like Fred Thompson.18

John McCain8

Mike Huckabee3

Tom Tancredo3

Sam Brownback1

Duncan Hunter1

James Gilmore1

Tommy Thompson1

Total Vote: 1,774
Not a scientific survey.

http://abcnews.go.com/politics/beseenbeheard/popup?id=313537...

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