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Obama is closing in on Ron Paul on Time 100 List

Obama is within 100 votes of Ron Paul for the Time 100 List. Go to the link and vote for Ron Paul!

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Ron Paul 14 Obama 15

Ron Paul 14 Obama 15

Gosh!

All these people, like Lady Gaga, ranked high!!!! Pathetic, imo!
Anyway, Ron Paul 92, Obama 77...

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Joη's picture

Penny Arcade is beating him?!

Come on!

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jaseed's picture

What Does "Time" Mag Mean Anyway?

???

“The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time: the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.”

– Thomas Jefferson

B.O. now ahead by 11 votes.

Of course he's way down in ratings.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

BUMP!!! Ron Paul has more

BUMP!!!

Ron Paul has more votes than any other politician, however, Obama is only 36 votes behind him.

Voting is extremely easy.

Above Ron Paul's photo is a slider bar. Slide that all the way over to the right side to rate him as 100 for most influential.

Then you'll need to read the one or two words that come up below and type them in (spam blocker) and hit submit.

Take 5 seconds and go vote for Ron Paul at http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1...

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SteveMT's picture

Done, and nice article.

...his support peaked with 25% of the vote in Montana. Then came the Tea Party movement, built around the libertarian-leaning ideas of small government, lower taxes and a fiery opposition to deficit spending. Suddenly, Paul is all the rage. In February he won the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll — usually a good indicator of which candidate the Republican base favors for the next presidential nomination.

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