(CNSNews.com) - Herman Cain has the highest favorable rating of any Republican presidential candidate among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents polled by Gallup, according to a survey released today.
Cain's 77-percent favorable rating edges out former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, whose favorable rating is 72 percent, says Gallup.
Posted: Wednesday, October 12, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 2:27 am, Wed Oct 12, 2011.
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Here's what i can find so far. Feel free to add to the list ;-)
Iowa Straw polls results (16,892 ballots cast)
1. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (4823, 28.55%)
2. Congressman Ron Paul (4671, 27.65%)
3. Governor Tim Pawlenty (2293, 13.57%)
New Hampshire Straw polls results (302 ballots cast)
1. Ron Paul 35% 106 votes
2. Mitt Romney 11% 33 votes
3. Tim Pawlenty 8% 24 votes
California straw poll results (833 ballots cast)
1. Ron Paul 44.9% 374 votes
2. Rick Perry 29.3% 244 votes
3. Mitt Romney 8.8% 73 votes
Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in an email to Apple employees released Monday by Reuters that the company would hold a celebration of Jobs' life on Wednesday, October 19.
Wonder what the media will be focusing on on this day?
Times of great crisis in history are usually the crucible from which nations form new leaders and new visions. Such leaders seem to suddenly appear, often out of nowhere, to alter the national path pursued, to cleanse the old ways and stake out a saner, more just means of living and governing.
Is it God, destiny, fate that are somehow at work to bring about a saving metamorphosis in which some visionary soul rises to the occasion to stir the passions of the people and bring about a righting of the ship? Whatever the force may be, our country is in dire need of its power today.
[A surprisingly fair article]
By Jason M. Volack
Oct 7, 2011 3:15pm
Ron Paul Launches National-Security Themed Ad
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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul is out with a new ad that portrays him as a veteran who will secure America’s borders and rebuild its defenses.
The 30-second spot titled “Secure” includes flashing images of military helicopters and aircraft carriers. The ad states that America will not be the world’s policeman and spend trillions overseas.
Today is the ten year anniversary of the U.S.'s invasion and occupation of Afghanistan:
On the ten year anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, let's take a moment to think about who we're fighting and why.
I am starting this thread to compile some good suggestions of talking points that could be sent to the campaign and probably be used in the coming 2 debates. I am not saying that Ron Paul is not knowledgeable enough or anything like that, but this effort may bring about some sound bites which are the things that work in the debates.
Lets categorize the suggestions according to issues -
1)Economy, debt, federal reserve
3)Foreign policy, Israel, foreign aid
4)Liberties, patriot act, Al-Awlaki assassination,
5)General debate suggestions
Awesome reincarnation of Dr. Paul's 'Imagine' update! Very powerful!
Not sure if this was already submitted but here it is. I'm not saying what anyone should do but this is a great message that I am willing to get behind.
I would like to present an idea for a BTO video.
Take some simple Ron videos, like the ones from CSPAN where he is talking about specific issues.
Black out his face in that, and change the voice pitch so that it is unrecognizable but understandable.
Arrange the video segments according to issues - or make separate vids for separate issues.
"who predicted the housing and subprime bubble"
1)Start with Economy, including the debt, and Fed.
"Who predicted the blowback due to faulty foreign policies"
3) cutting foreign aid to "enemies" of Israel
4) Bring troops home.
Keep distance until it plays out more. Support their right to free speech, but WE need to keep our eye on the ball. And the prize. The last thing we need to do is join hands with this primarily socialist uprising and kill Dr. Paul's campaign with bad press.
The OWS crowd is dumb as rocks, they don't even know what the problem is. We're not going to educate them in 5 or 10 minutes in the midst of a volatile environment. There are less than 3 months left to the first primaries and we should instead be focusing on educating the Republican voters who are actually going to be voting.