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PPP Poll: Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton atop New Hampshire 2016

Sen. Rand Paul is the frontrunner in a hypothetical New Hampshire GOP primary, though Hillary Clinton would beat him in a general election after scoring a landslide victory in a Democratic primary if she jumped in, a new poll says.

According to a survey posted on Thursday from Public Policy Polling, Paul (R-Ky.) is the favorite for the Republican 2016 nod, with 28 percent of those polled picking him. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) earned 25 percent of the vote; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was favored by 14 percent; 11 percent were unsure or wanted another option, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) each got 7 percent.

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Rand would mop the floor with that war hawk


Im not so sure thats a bad match-up...

we have already seen Rand spank Hillary over Bengazi-gate, even saying he would have FIRED her. He made her heel like a little puppy.
At the very least he would not wilt in her presence, in fact, I think Rand would be quite aggressive towards Hillary. I do not think he is afraid of her at all. I am not a Rand deciple, but would take him ANY DAY over Billary.

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy

As disheartening as it may

As disheartening as it may seem, I'm calling it right here and now: Hilary Clinton wins in 2016.

Maybe I'll retire early and leave this country finally. Our country is dying and "takers" far outnumber "makers".

Rand would win

Too many young voters who want to break this Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama Clinton... naw.. need some new blood for LIBERTY.

I know (and I hope you know)

I know (and I hope you know) that Boomers far outnumber Gen-X and -Y... by a vast amount.

I hope you know

the four new seats on my committee are all boomers.. a lot of us laugh when we hear RP say "this is young people".. and sure we see some young people, but mostly what I'm seeing are the first generation of boomers.. the boomers who went to nam.. Nam ended, draft ended, graduating class of 75 military accepted no one (had to have connections to get in because they were downsizing).. so boomers are two.. those who went to nam and those who did not, and those who did not.. seems those born in 57 was the year of the dividing line, because it's not the same generation, but it's called that.. anyways.. plenty of boomers are working hard for liberty in the GOP.. keeping the seats warm for the young to show up.

Lots of Paul supporters over 45

Many of the Ron Paul (and Rand Paul) supporters I know are over 45.

same for me

I think young people scare themselves by watching too much conspiracy to get invovled where by the age of 45 you've had self assessment a few times and faced enough crap to be able to handle more in hopes to accomplish liberty

Hillary wins because Rand is polling well?

That is disheartening.

Hilary wins because of the

Hilary wins because of the aging, dependent, Democrat-leaning majority. I personally don't see it in the cards for a conservative president in the US years to come. Mind you, I have no love for any current Democrats.