3 votes

Mitt Romney vs Ron Paul for GOP Nomination ? The State Column

Nice article. I would be happy if this happened. If only the media stopped the brainwashing of Ron being electable, they would realize that probably Ron is the only electable candidate against Obama !

10 votes

Time to Contact-Bomb the GOP with this message:

The Message:
If Ron Paul does not get the nomination, we will write him in! Ron Paul will win, or you can have Obama again!

Can we get a petition going, too?! Promising to write him in? This will shake the establishment goons!

0 votes

Erick Erickson of RedState is unimpressed with debates wants to host his own.

Erick Erickson of RedState feels a lot like us; He's tired of the same debate jargon. He would rather host an informal debate in order to really get to know the candidates. He too is tired of witnessing Perry and Romney have a love affair while everyone else stands on stage like props, and I think we all have ascertained that If we continue to allow these two to try and reconcile their differences, we're gonna have to let this thing go a whole lot longer than just this election period.

1 vote

What's the deal with Trump scheduling meetings with GOP candidates?

Donald Trump and Mitt Romney huddled for about an hour in midtown. Romney slipped out a side door, however, avoiding reporters and his campaign left it to the Trump camp to characterize the conversation.

3 votes

Come Take It!

Why have a straw poll in Texas without the GOP?

This election cycle is critical to the survival of limited government and the constitution. With this in mind we Texans need to bring a voice of truth and legitimacy to this election. Unfortunately the GOP decided that it could not financially support a straw poll this year since the first straw poll was held at a loss also the party sited a lack of interest. It came as no surprise that the GOP would do such a thing after all the dirty tricks they pulled at the 2007 straw poll (see Tyranny at the Texas Straw Poll video below)

32 votes

Ron Paul Receives Endorsement from NJ State Senator Michael J. Doherty.

Ron Paul campaigns outside the Statehouse in Trenton.

2 votes

Why are Rick Perry and Mitt Romney Getting Twice as Much Talking Time?

While I'm no Alex Jones fan, it's kinda cool that they picked up on my stats and gave it some front page love:

From the article:

3 votes

Saturday Night Live-Republican GOP Debate-We have a Ron Paul Character.

OK. So, of course it made fun of him. But, the sketch made fun of everyone. If letting cute puppies die in a fire is the best they got, I take it as a win.

2 votes

Colorado GOP Moves Up 2012 Caucuses to Day After Iowa's(Feb 7)

Published September 24, 2011

| Associated Press

A plan by Colorado Republicans to move up their 2012 presidential caucuses to the day after the Iowa caucus has won final approval.

The Republican Central Committee voted Saturday to move the caucus from March 6 to Feb. 7.

State GOP Chairman Ryan Call says the earlier date could give Colorado a greater voice in the Republican presidential contest. State Republicans also shifted their caucus date in 2008.

3 votes

Attention Media and GOP: "No one but Paul"

Most of us will vote on principles of liberty and freedom which we strongly believe in, and no one but Paul will do.

You may choose to play the "Anyone but Obama" game and sell out what you believe in for the lesser of two evils (once again), but for us, it is "No one but Paul"!

Feel free to join FB group "No one but Paul!" and to invite all your FB friends that are sympathetic to Ron Paul:

1 vote

Fox/Google Debate poll: Which GOP Candidate Can Best Spur Economic Growth? RP@70%

In the Republican presidential candidates' debate Thursday night, who do you think has the best approach to spurring economic growth?

Total of 12,821 votes
Ron Paul 70%(8,972 votes)
Mitt Romney 9.2%(1,184 votes)
Unsure 7.6%(980 votes)
Jon Huntsman 4.5%(571 votes)
Rick Perry 3%(380 votes)
Herman Cain 2.4%(303 votes)
Gary Johnson 1.3%(173 votes)
Newt Gingrich 1.1%(135 votes)
Michele Bachmann 0.6%(78 votes)

38 votes

Presidency 5 - Cain Wins Straw Poll; Paul 5th

Cain 37.1%
Perry 15.3%
Romney 14%
Santrum 10.9%
Paul 10.4%
Gingrich 8.4%
Huntsman 2.3%
Bachmann 1.5%

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