2012 Republican Primary Poll (for Republicans) - May 26, 2011 Edition

Discussion in 'Politics' started by American Legacy, May 26, 2011.

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Which candidate do you want to see win the nomination?

Poll closed Jun 25, 2011.
  1. Herman Cain

    15.8%
  2. Newt Gingrich

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Gary Johnson

    5.3%
  4. Ron Paul

    63.2%
  5. Tim Pawlenty

    5.3%
  6. Mitt Romney

    5.3%
  7. Rick Santorum

    5.3%
  1. American Legacy
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    This poll is for REPUBLICANS only please.

    Based on the candidates currently running for president in the Republican primary. Which would you most prefer to see win the nomination?

    Feel free to "rank" candidates and/or comment in a post.
     
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    republicans r useless

    laura bush - 6 oct. 2009 on world tv said - " i admire hillary "

    useless dan quayle - 19 july 09 on world tv said he admired the picks obama made for security and the economy = they r all maoists

    you can always count on republicans to give a lewinski to communist demokrats

    jackass laura bush - 8 sept 09 on world tv said - " obama is doing a good job " = communist obama has destroyed capitalism

    when asked what she thought of kagan being put on the supreme court = jackass laura bush said - " i think its great " = kagan is a communist

    when did u ever hear communist demokrats saying anything nice about republicans ?

    13 jan 09 his last day in office - jackass bush told republicans they should not be anti=immigrant = hey bush = republicans love immigrants - legal ones

    i donated money to these useless republicans

    in 07 useless bush went to mexico and stood next to prez fox and called the minutemen - vigilantes - that was when i left the republican party
     
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    At this point, no clue. I'd like to see who is all in first and then research them all. See how they do in debates. You know, actually know actually vet the candidates. Something Democrats really don't do with their candidates.

    I will say that I was a Romney supporter in 2008. I thought he was the best of the bunch then and very qualified. I've changed a bit since then. I'm sure he and the other candidates have as well. So it's time to look afresh.

    I'll also say, that with the exception of Johnson on the list (Mostly because I dont know much at all about him), I am far more impressed with the potential candidates than I am with Obama and I believe I can support whomever gets the nomination and feel that we have competant leadership for once. It's rather nice.
     
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    Lehr,

    If you're not a Republican and you're not voting in this thread and you're not going to follow the instructions why are you posting?
     
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    You ever hear of proper English?

    Yeah, you go right ahead and support a bunch of fucking tyrant Marxists in protest of the Republican party.
     
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    Very well put.
     
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    Gary Johnson seems to have the least amount of baggage and/or dirt to deal with.

    Ron Paul talks a good game, but I have a strong suspicion that he doesn't believe most of the things he espouses. He seems to be interested more in self-aggrandizement.
     
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    Paul for the win.
     
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    We're off to a good start.
     
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    Ron Paul
    Ron Paul
    Ron Paul
    Ron Paul
    Ron Paul


    Whoever votes for Romney or Pawlenty loves fascist dictatorships.
    Whoever votes for Herman Cain doesn't realize the fact that he is being propped up by the establishment to steal votes from Ron Paul. This all makes sense when you begin to realize was a former chairman of the KC Federal Reserve branch. Not to mention that simply reading his policies should make it apparent that he supports global fascist dictatorship.


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