Ron Paul tied with Newt in Iowa

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    Paul closes in on Gingrich - Public Policy Polling

    I love how the MSM tried shoving down everyone's throat the fairy tale that Gingrich somehow won last Sat's Yahoo/ABC debate while ignoring the beatdown Ron Paul gave him. Well apparently the actual voters disagree:

    Paul closes in on Gingrich - Public Policy Polling

    Just goes to show that when it comes to the MSM, take everything you hear with a grain of salt and always follow the money trail.
     
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    Awesome I think he is going to win in Iowa, it will be interesting to see what effect that wil have on the NH polls. The media will go into apoplectic shock which will be hiliarious in and of itself.
     
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    WTG Doc!! :)
     
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    Looks possible for Paul to win Iowa, but we'll just have to wait and see.
     
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    If enough Democrats cross over to vote for Paul he might win the Iowa Caucus. That will be the high point of not just his campaign but his political career.
     
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    Indeed. It's good to see people are starting to wake up!
     
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    There is no taking Iowa anymore. It's not winner take all, rather it proportional to districts they win. Therefore, 2nd and 3rd place mean a heck of a lot more now.
     
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    Is this your third or fourth glass of Kool-Aid?
     
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    The biggest thing about Ron Paul winning Iowa would be that Newt didn't win Iowa. Romney then still has a good shot at winning NH and by then I'm guessing the knee-jerkers in SC and Florida who jumped from Cain to Newt will have decided to jump from a bankrupt 0-2 Newt to Paul or Romney. My guess is that since they originated as the non-Romney voters they will be jumping to Ron Paul :rock:
     

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