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    Question The Staw poll is over. Now who?

    Pawlenty pulls out and Bachman makes a strong showing. Ron Paul shows a strong second.

    Now what? Do we put a lot of credence in all of this? The Iowa Sraw Poll is, as I understand it, an oportunity for the candidates to invite their followers to come vote for them (hence Pauls 2nd place finish?).

    Romney doesn't participate and Perry jumps in the race from The Carolinas. What is THAT all about and why not announce from his home state? Don't they like him there?

    So Now that the face of the race has changed, who do you like now?

    I'm still leaning towards Cain. We really do need a businessman not a politician. IMHO of course

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    Perry for POTUS and Cain for VP. Ron Paul won't have a chance. He is a career politician -- 35 years in politics is just far too long. Just my oipinion, but I do not really think he is electable. But watch it -- the Democraps will "enable" someone who will not have a chance against Obummer. Just look at what happened when they got McCain to run for the bummer. But then on the other hand, Bachmann or any other ones will be better than the bummer.
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    Leave 'em no doubt that the Tea Party's real. Perry/Palin.
    "When war does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard."
    Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

  5. why not Ron Paul?

    He tells it like it is. Everything he said would happen is happening now. He's honest forthright and noncompromising. He's becoming very big with young people as they realize he's tells the truth and offers real solutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintjerome View Post
    He tells it like it is. Everything he said would happen is happening now. He's honest forthright and noncompromising. He's becoming very big with young people as they realize he's tells the truth and offers real solutions.
    When was the last time that we had an isolationist for President? Ever?
    Charlie

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    Perry on his WORST DAY is better than Obama on his BEST! Perry even finished 6th in the straw poles as a write-in ;)

  8. Quote Originally Posted by CharlieK View Post
    When was the last time that we had an isolationist for President? Ever?
    Until recently, when was the last time we had a black Muslim socialist for President? Ever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boycan View Post
    Perry on his WORST DAY is better than Obama on his BEST! Perry even finished 6th in the straw poles as a write-in ;)
    Ron Paul on his worst day is better than Perry and Obama combined.
    Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress;
    but I repeat myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminal Lance View Post
    Until recently, when was the last time we had a black Muslim socialist for President? Ever?
    Note that we are not talking about Obama, we are talking about who is going to run AGAINST Obama.
    Charlie

  11. Yes, obviously. You were speaking against ron Paul and his isolationist views. You asked when we ever had one for president and although James Monroe was a great example, I was pointing out that with Obama you shouldn't be so sure it can't happen.

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