Ron Paul said 20% of Republicans are threatening to stay home

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    ...so the other day i saw part of the David Letterman show, ...he had John McCain on.

    Letterman was trying to get McCain to laugh along with him,...
    "what's up with this current crop of candidates? ha ha ha"

    here, Letterman is interviewing the LOSER of the last Republican Presidential race.
    McCain was a guy who told us he was going to reach-across-the-isle, ...and half his career he was holding hands with Fiengold.
    apparently people don't want a Republican that reaches-across-the-isle because he couldn't pull enough support to win, then , he blamed the election loss on the only Republican who won votes, Sarah Palin.

    what the hell does David Letterman care about "the current crop of (republican) candidates?"
    he's left-wing Democrat nutcase.
    another rich man from the left who doesn't understand what the problem with life is, why does the public keep insisting on complaining about politics?
    if you're hungry just call room service.
    if you're broke just do your own talk show.


    here we are in a time when left-wing politics is destroying the country, for both the right and the left. if there is not some radical changes ,soon, the glory days of America will only be found in the history books.

    the media keeps pushing this BS about the Republicans need a moderate to win.
    if the Republicans needed a moderate to win, there wouldn't be 2 parties.
    why is Letterman , and the media, (and the Republican leadership), so afraid of this election?

    why? because this is the best group of reformers we've had in modern history.
    this country is on the brink of reform and the stupidest thing we can do is ignore all the efforts of the Tea Party and other people working toward reform , and elect someone from the Obama/Romney ticket.

    * we had Bachmann who did everything she could to warn the public about how terrible Obamacare is going to be

    * we had Cain who talked about serious changes to the illegal IRS

    * we have Santorum who is a serious conservative who is not afraid to confront people

    * we have Gingrich who was a career politician who wants his chance to take on the Supreme Court and other status-quo problems

    * and we have Ron Paul , another career politician , who knows that the real solution is to dissolve this corrupt government


    Letterman and the media keep telling us , "the public wants someone else".
    yeah , someone who is not going do sht.



    Ron Paul said 20% of Republicans are threatening to stay home.

    what that tells me is, there is so many people from the left disrupting this country , that 20% of the Republican party is working for the left-wing conspirators
     
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    Where are his numbers derrived?
     
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    If Ron Paul was the nominee, about 50% of GOPers or more would not vote in November.
     
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    I'm sure they'll all be voted off the isle. :eusa_shhh:
     
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    So you'll condemn Paul supporters for threatening to vote 3rd Party if he's not the nominee, and then you'll proudly boast that if he IS the nominee, you'll stay home?

    Sounds pretty hypocritical to me, considering your ABO philosophy...
     
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    Must feel nice watching Mitt get owned over and over despite spending tens of million in many states...
     
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    Between the Ron Paul supporters that are going to stay home and the Evangelicals that won't show up for Romney, this is going to be a cake walk for Obama.
     
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    No, 20% of the Republican Party knows there is not a dimes worth of difference between the 'mainstream' candidates and the buffoon presently in charge.
     
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    Better the devil we know than the devil acting in our name...
     
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    I disagree. I think most conservatives could get behind Ron Paul if the GOP would nominate him, but what he aspouses would tear apart a corrupt system and the rich people that benefit from that system and fund the GOP simply won't allow that. This is why they ignore him. This is why everyone but him has been a front runner so far. Its not just anyone but Mitt. Anyone but Ron Paul too. Look how the GOP ignored him in 2008 and how they treat him now.

    And he's popular with independants too??? What's the problem??? Oh yea, the GOP is corrupt.

    The Democratic establishment tried to do the same thing to Obama. Remember they wanted Hillary? They took forever to finally give in and give Obama the nomination.

    Think about what Ron Paul wants to do to the Federal Reserve. Audit them? Yea right. The rich will never allow that. The bankers own the GOP.

    So while he is attractive to conservative middle class voters, he is a pariah to the top 1% that own our government.
     
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