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How Presidents and Nominees Were Doing in October (i.e. Paul CAN Win)

Some quick links and numbers for anyone who questions Paul's poll performance.

At this time in 1975 Jimmy Carter was polling at 1%
In September 1991 Clinton was at 3%

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=...

In Oct. 2003 Kerry was at 13%

http://www.cnn.com/2003/ALLPOLITICS/10/09/elec04.poll.democr...

In Oct. 2007 Obama was at 23% (vs. Clinton's 51%)

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/10/25/opinion/polls/main...

And in Florida McCain was at 9%

http://race42012.com/2007/10/26/florida-poll-romney-moves-in...

In 2011 Ron Paul is doing just fine...



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Far from over

This thing is far from over, Dr. Paul has a legit chance on being nominated and winning. You must caucus and vote! I know last time, many were excited about Ron Paul, but they didn't turn out and vote or caucus... they stayed home and didn't participate for a variety of reasons. Go vote and caucus this year! If we turn out in huge numbers and a lot of the other candidates' supporters stay home (thinking that their vote won't matter) we could win New Hampshire and Iowa.. and then on to Nevada and build from there. I haven't been voting all that long, but I am a regular participant.. it is important, this is yours and my future on the line here.

maybe i am being paranoid

but probably all those candidates were more "establishment" types, while Ron is radically different.so anyone of those candidates winning would not have lead to a major change.

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Dr.Ron Paul's 2002 Predictions
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

I'm more concerned

about election fraud