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By Paul Joseph Watson
Republican Strategist Jack Burkman told Fox Business host Judge Andrew Napolitano that "Ron Paul could win the GOP nomination," given the fact that Perry and Romney's campaigns have started to crumble whereas Herman Cain has no real political experience.
Watch the video here - http://youtu.be/QQF4LbLq-fk
By Steve Watson
Congressman Ron Paul has been placed third in the latest telling poll to emerge from the traditional first primary state of New Hampshire, while Rick Perry could only tie for fifth, seeing his numbers plummet to just 4%.
Harvard University Institute of Politics and New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College poll placed Paul in third with 13% of the vote, making him only one of three candidates to score in double digits.
Herman Cain pulled in 20%, while Mitt Romney led the standings with 38%.
I have been compiling a list of reasons I've been hearing for each of the top candidates. Take a look and help me out if you have some to add.
1. Executive ordered mandatory HPV vaccines , then maker gives campaign contribution/ It doesn’t get any more scarier than this
2. Used to be a democrat. Was part of Al Gore’s campaign/ I guess it does
3. Pledged not to run for president, all the while orchestrating his bid for the presidency/ If you lie about even your intention to become president, why should anyone trust you.
Dr. Paul's campaign soon to announce raising $8 Million for the 3rd Quarter with 100,000 individual donors. Perry's campaign is being called the powerhouse with $17 Million, but that comes from only 20,000 individuals.
Average Donation size:
Ron Paul - $80 avg.
Rick Perry - $850 avg.
Obviously, Dr. Paul is being supported by honest, average americans whilst Perry receives his donations from the monied elite and corporate interest.
What a joke Rick Perry is. What a joke the media is for thinking he is top tier material.
State outsourced allocation of federal disaster recovery funds to firm with ties to Perry
By Brenda Bell
Updated: 2:31 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011
Published: 10:12 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, 2011
The state of Texas has quietly outsourced the management of more than $1 billion in federal disaster recovery funds to an engineering firm with close ties to Gov. Rick Perry's administration, paying the Kansas City, Mo. -based firm HNTB $45 million so far to process infrastructure grants for communities damaged by Hurricanes Dolly and Ike.
Republican presidential contender Rep. Ron Paul had some tough words for his Republican opponent Texas Governor Rick Perry, calling him “candidate of the week” and said his poll numbers would fall once voters get to know him better.
Daily Show piece on Rick Perry's family ranch called Niggerhead and other racist names for places in the United StatesSubmitted by Philomath on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 12:17
Moderators don't edit my post. If it is the actual name of a place in the USA then why edit reality??? Just because the truth is offensive to some people, doesn't make it right to ignore the truth.
Article about Nigger lake
No surprises there:
"Poll: Rick Perry loses the tea party"
Reminds me of something someone said a month ago:
"Ron Paul Calls Rick Perry ‘Candidate of the Week’"
Ron Paul was right again.
Perry's Buddies Make Off With Disaster Funds
WASHINGTON (AP) — As Texas governor, Rick Perry spent tens of millions in taxpayer money to lure some of the nation's leading mortgage companies to expand their business in his state, calling it a national model for creating jobs. But the plan backfired.
Just as the largest banks began receiving public cash, they aggressively ramped up risky lending. Within four years, the banks were out of business and homeowners across Texas faced foreclosure. In the end, the state paid $35 million to subsidize it.
Who are the enemies of freedom (some DP bloggers inquired)? Ron Paul has a pretty good idea.