AP: Few in New Hampshire paying attention to GOP race. New poll shows only 11 percent have 'definitely' settled on a candidate.Submitted by RatPAC on Mon, 10/10/2011 - 09:40
LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Mitt Romney's grip on New Hampshire may be far less secure than it seems.
Beneath the conventional wisdom, the expectations game and the evolving dynamics of a newly settled GOP presidential field, there lies a stark reality here: Less than 100 days before the nation's first presidential primary election, the state's fickle voters haven't tuned into the race.
Congressman Ron Paul was interview with Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC Wednesday, October 5th at 4:00 pm Eastern.
Watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN4GT268TkM&feature=player_de...
Although they mention Paul's military contributions, basically, the commentators continuously refer to this "notion" that Paul has been changing his message since '08 in order to appeal to more voters. They speak of Paul's position on entitlement programs, and the commentators state that in '08 he would not waver when it came to his position on ending these entitlement programs immediately, yet NOW (in this race) Paul's been "softening" his message to appeal to more voters.
Ron Paul supporters were noticed (in a positive way) and properly credited with participating at the Occupy Wall Street Protest in New York on Television, on MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell show.
After a rambling introduction by Lawrence O'Donnell, the piece featured a great interview with filmmaker Michael Moore, who eloquently stated that this is not about "liberals, conservatives, Left, Right, Democrats, Republicans", etc., ...
Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, LA Times, The Sacramento Bee, NewsMax, Ron Paul Wins California GOP Straw Poll!Submitted by rp311 on Sun, 09/18/2011 - 00:42
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Created by my good friends Sean Wheeler and Shelli Crouse. Great Job you guys!! This is a superb video!
They played the TRUST video twice around the time of the debate.
Look at 1:30 - 1:50 in the debate link below
Is this strange?
1) Slam hand @ "TRUST"
2) Go to shot of Perry + Paul
3) Go to shot of Paul + "Reagan"
I think the slamming wouldn't be random.
I think it's interesting.
Cenk Uygur is at it again and he actually runs the ad and ron pauls respons to all the questions about the pictures. This time he shared some honest words about what he thinks about the photos.
To bad he thinks "Al Gore is right about EVERYTHING" which to me is a little weird.
Here's the video link for YouTube:
Rick Perry only 1% behind Ron Paul?!
Right on the Iowa Caucuses website:
“Anytime I got a chance to express the overall philosophy of limited government and sticking to principles and the Constitution, the people responded,” he said, referring to debate audience members. “The frustration to me last night was some of the very important things that are my key issues … they almost seemed to not want me to talk about. I really didn’t have much chance to talk about foreign policy and they asked other people about the Federal Reserve.”
Paul chuckled, then continued:
Just wondering if anyone else has noticed anything odd about the tracking on MSNBC's debate poll?
I thought that I had seen the numbers going backwards at one time and another person on another site said the same thing without it being brought up by me so I started to watch and look now..
He was at 59.8 the last time I looked and Romney numbers don't look changed. :)
See bottom right of page.
Why can't I copy and paste the HTML for the pic into my post?
Friday, September 9, 2011 - 02:05 by Tony Rutherford HuntingtonNews.Net Reporter
MSNBC's First Read continues attracting votes for its post-Presidential Republican Debate poll. As of 1:30 a.m. Sept 9, more than 203,000 votes have been cast. Ron Paul has widened his lead over Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. Paul has 57%, Romney 14.6%, and Perry 12.4%.
I was very happy to see a more accurate graph and was blown away by the updated votes!! Its so amazing to see our "small group of supporters" becoming a not so small group! On another note just pointed another customer in the Ron Paul 2012 direction.
Gotta love it when the dying old dinosaur media tries faking data... Here is a screenshot of MSNBC's poll from last night's debate as of 10am PDT this morning:
I made a chart in Excel to show what it really should look like: