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Ron Paul polling 7.4% in New Hampshire


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Ron Paul polling 7.4% in New Hampshire, hits Romney on Iran

Larry Fester

Published 10/26/2007 - 10:10 a.m. EDT

According to St. Anselm College’s Institute of Politics presidential poll, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is polling at 7.4% in New Hampshire and in fourth place behind Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, and John McCain. Paul leads Fred Thompson in the state.

Supporters say the poll may indicate that Paul is gaining momentum in New Hampshire.

“By all accounts, Dr. Paul’s support is rising steadily,” said Paul campaign chairman Kent Snyder. “Americans are ready for a change and his unifying message of freedom, peace and prosperity is bringing more people together every day.”

Ron Paul’s campaign raised over 5 million last quarter and looks like it will raise about half of that this month alone.

Paul’s campaign is unique for today’s political paradigm in that it does not seem to be a polarizing force and instead has a more unifying influence. Paul leads his GOP rivals among African American voters and attracts diverse crowds at his events.

Paul’s campaign expressed dissatisfaction with Mitt Romney’s statement that he would bombard Iran if they achieved nuclear weapons.

"Ron Paul is the real Republican," said Paul campaign spokesman Jesse Benton. "While Mr. Romney and other false conservatives want to drive American into another war and into further debt, Dr. Paul is the only voice of fiscal conservatism in the 2008 election."

The campaign stated that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have cost $604 billion, with 4,000 American lives lost. Over ten times the original price tag of 50 billion set by President Bush.

The campaign is quick to point out that Ron Paul raised more money from military personal than his opponents and that Ronald Reagan once said, “Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country!" (Discuss the election on www.usadaily.net

http://www.usadaily.com/article.cfm?articleID=138927

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And ofcourse Ron Paul will be on Jay Leno's show on Tuesday night.

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I'll eat my shorts if I can actually choose his name on the ballot instead of having to write him in.

Cause I already decided I'm writing him in for Pres.

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the only problem for paul and his ilk; the fear propoganda coming out of our media and white house. almost guarantee a neo-con win...romney or guliani...everyone walks on eggshells because americans are constantly pounded with fear...

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go Ron Paul! :)

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romeny and guiliani aren't neo-cons

hell Bush isn't even a neo-con

People like Perle, Wolfowitz and so on are neo-cons

I'm surprised many of you are getting wet over a hardcore conservative with a libertarian streak?

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In every internet poll and FOX poll Ron Paul wins. The other Republicans this year do not impress me whatsoever and probably don't impress anyone else.

Ron Paul is the only one willing to roll back Socialism which is rapidly advancing on this country and him being an economist he knows the importance of backing the currency by gold.

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Ron Paul may quickly go from cellar dweller to Republican frontrunner

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul may quickly go from cellar dweller to Republican frontrunner after the New Hampshire primary.

USA Daily was on the money back in August in predicting better than expected third quarter numbers for Ron Paul’s campaign. Ron Paul’s support is strong in New Hampshire and growing fast.

Several publications have already reported that there are a growing number of Ron Paul signs in the state but unlike other campaigns the signs are popping up on private residences. This indicates that the signs aren’t being put up by the campaigns but by homeowners supporting Paul.

Polls that have been showing Ron Paul at 1% for months are slowly adjusting to reality with one poll showing Paul at 7.4% in New Hampshire. Paul’s campaign may prove that polling methods are obsolete.

Paul’s campaign has started media buys this week in radio and TV along with direct mail in New Hampshire.

Ron Paul's campaign fund raising is also gaining momentum. The campaign rose just over 5 million in the third quarter and looks like it will raise at least 2.5 million this month alone.

Paul’s campaign message of withdrawing troops from Iraq, a non interventionist foreign policy, civil liberties and opposition to an unconstitutional police state, border security, reforming the monetary system by authorizing competing currencies, and his call for an end to federal income taxes are gaining ground.

Paul’s campaign continues to have a non polarizing and uniting influence, drawing a diverse selection of supporters.

Paul is one of only four Republican Congressman to have endorsed Ronald Reagan over Gerald Ford in his failed 1976 run at the Whitehouse.

http://www.usadaily.com/article.cfm?articleID=140946

The last sentence is proof enough that Republicans need to folow Ron Paul over fake Giuliani and Mccain.

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Ron's poltics almost perfectly match mine, BUT he has no chance to win so I will have to go with Rudy.

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Ron's poltics almost perfectly match mine, BUT he has no chance to win so I will have to go with Rudy.

if he loses the nomination im gonna have to vote for hillary..

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Ron's poltics almost perfectly match mine, BUT he has no chance to win so I will have to go with Rudy.

Thats not a good idea. You should always vote for your favorite candidate, rathr than voting for the winner. Like Ron Paul for years voted for Libertarians who had 0 chance at winning. If Ron Paul loses, the fanbase and his effect will stay.

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Thats not a good idea. You should always vote for your favorite candidate, rathr than voting for the winner. Like Ron Paul for years voted for Libertarians who had 0 chance at winning. If Ron Paul loses, the fanbase and his effect will stay.

Better than getting Hillary in.

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