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Paul Rising - 2016

An Obama 2nd term appears to be pretty much in the bag - it's time to look forward to 2016:

In a Bloomberg News survey answered by 146 delegates to this year’s Republican National Convention from 10 swing states, Paul ran second to Ryan, a Wisconsin congressman, as their choice for the party’s presidential nomination in 2016 should President Barack Obama win re-election. In what was admittedly a small sample, Paul’s backing was solid — he got 21 percent, to Ryan’s 25 percent.


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egapele's picture



Paul 16

But not Rand

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

egapele's picture

Of course I would support Ron Paul in 2016

Who would you support for the Republican ticket in 2016 if not Ron Paul?

I don't care if they're a

I don't care if they're a Republican. If Gary runs again, I'll support him in 2016. Right now, in a race that might include Rand Paul and Gary Johnson, I'd support Gary first, however a Johnson/Paul 2016 ticket might interest me.

egapele's picture

What about Paul / Amash?

Talk about a dream ticket - doesn't matter which Paul it is.

It doesn't "have" to be a

It doesn't "have" to be a Paul. Vote for the person.

Rand's record

other than a meaningless endorsement and 'getting behind the republican ticket' what has Rand done to not earn your vote? He has stayed consistent with his work in the senate (Audit the Fed, Foreign Aid etc.).

Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety
-Benjamin Franklin

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Totally, Gary Johnson doesn't even know the Fed

caused the recession...