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Hunter & Brownback seem to be ahead on this poll

I just came accross this poll which hasn't felt the Ron Paul Revolution yet. It's a little more than 1/2 a page down
http://www.faith2action.org/
Come on people let's make some noise



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Yup

I just voted. Ron Paul for President!!

When freedom is at stake, silence is not golden – it is yellow- Tom Anderson writer patriot. 1910-2001

"Any people that would give up liberty for a little temporary safety deserves neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin

B.S.

It looks like they just want your email address, once you "vote", the little disclaimer at the top says your comment won't show until its "reviewed", in other words, CENSORED.

Just put my 2 cents in

Although I didn't see my comments show up, though they were very respectful. Maybe later?

"The politicians don't just want your money. They want your soul. They want you to be worn down by taxes until you are dependent and helpless. When you subsidize poverty and failure, you get more of both." James Dale Davidson

I just voted

And wrote a nice comment about how Christians should change hearts and minds my ministering to others, not lock them up in jail because that doesn't change there hearts, and about how Paul is the only one who understands that JEsus is the prince of peace.

Tracy

SD Ron Paul liberty Operation up an running.
http://www.southdakotaforliberty.com/

Donate here https://rally.org/southdakotaforliberty/donate
Volunteer for Phone from Home here http://www.southdakotaforliberty.com/node/4

So Very True

If someone's son or daughter comes to them with a drug problem, the first action is not to call the police, yet that's the "solution" when it's someone else's son or daughter. The same holds true with ministers. If they really believed in the war on drugs, when a parishioner confessed a drug problem, the minister should just call the cops -- to do otherwise is hypocrisy.

I once had a couple argue with me about how the war on drugs was a good thing. This blew me away since within the previous year, they had tried to get me to smoke pot with them. Since I don't do that, I turned them down. When I brought this up to them, I could never get a straight answer about how they could do drugs, but be for the war on drugs. I did tell them, though, that the statute of limitations on their behavior had probably not expired, and they could turn themselves in to the police. They turned that opportunity down.