Do you think Ron Paul Supporter would vote for any other Republican?

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Do you think Ron Paul Supporters would vote for another Republican candidate?

  1. Yes

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  2. No - They represent the status quo and will still destroy our country.

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    36.4%
  3. No need to answer - Ron Paul will be the nominee!

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    truthsaga Economic and BlowBack Ace

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    Spoiler Alert: Nope!

    Remember, the republican base grew because of him and will have a tough time beating Obama without his appeal to democrats, independents, tea party, and first time voters.
     
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    Then whatever you do--don't vote. No playing pin the tail on the donkey--because even Ron Paul would tell you that another 4 years of what we've got right now would spell disaster.
     
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    Oh yes... Romey, Perry, and Cain are so much different then Obama, come on man.
     
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    Yeah. They clearly are.

    Other than his foreign policy, his obnoxious followers are one of the biggest reasons that annoy me about him. (Nothing against the reasonable followers, just the obnoxious ones). You guys are so freakin arrogant it's not funny.

    If you think that you can extort people into following you, you are sadly mistaken. But it's pretty pathetic that you have so little faith in your candidates positions that you have to resort to these type of games.
     
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    Why does it seem that people with the word "truth" or another word like it, end up being some of the biggest liars or at the least, so uninformed they come across as one?

    Perry and Cain are like big 0?

    that's comical, at best.




    Taking the top players, Paul supporters would like Cain, Perry, Bachmann, Johnson.
     
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    But... But... Ron Paul is the Messiah! He is the only one who can lead us. Everyone else is a stupid-head. We should worship him as our one and only...

    It's disgusting how some people treat political candidates. Regardless of party. This is the United States of America. While it's certainly nice to have a good President. The President isnt the one that fixes our problems. We do. Some of the best Presidents we've had were the ones that did what they could to keep the government out of our lives.
     
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    yeeaahhh

    The followers of Pualism, take drink deeply of the kool-aide and can be unreasonable.

    But you mention the best Presidents keep government out, which is Pauls Commandment #1.

    just sayin :eusa_whistle:
     
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    And that's one of his selling points. It's the other points i mentioned that arent.
     
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    Yes. There are those who appreciate some of his views, but they also realize that he's far too divisive to current long term policy. He's the protest vote. They are not going to sit back in this upcoming election and throw their vote away against an Obama second term.

    Obama may well win, one can never say for sure, but it will not be on the backs of Ron Paul supporters not voting in protest. Many will say they are not going to because they are in protest. :lol:
     
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    You think the # of obnoxious Ron Paul followers is higher than the obnoxious # of status quo rep or status quo dem followers?
     

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