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Old 11-23-2011, 03:11 PM   #31
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Also Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman being so much more intelligent and presidential than every other Republican candidate show me that Right-wing extremists do not belong in the WH, and that would be a tragedy for America if one of the extremists do. They are stupid and bigger spenders than Obama, while calling themselves financially responsible. Paul is an extremist but at least he's not a totally stupid extremist.
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Also Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman being so much more intelligent and presidential than every other Republican candidate show me that Right-wing extremists do not belong in the WH, and that would be a tragedy for America if one of the extremists do. They are stupid and bigger spenders than Obama, while calling themselves financially responsible. Paul is an extremist but at least he's not a totally stupid extremist.
Haha, have fun with Obama taking your country and the dollar down to oblivion backed by his friends in the financial sector. Ron Paul, the not "totaly stupid" extremist dont want to pay trillions of dollars to failed banks, let the federal reserve destroy your economy creating false bubbles, fighting wars in foreign countries and another worthless war on drugs. In the end of Obama's 8 year span USA will be like Greece, you will be on your knees but no one will be able to save you.
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obama hasnt impress me nor is not saving the country from huge debt and helping out the people with social security and MED-I-CAL yet........but we'll see
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Old 11-23-2011, 05:18 PM   #34
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Ron Paul would be a great president, too bad that will be prevented from happening.

Newt Gingrich- he's too old (ideal president has to look like has some vitality) and his first name doesn't do any good.

Rick Perry would be an ideal George W Bush #2 when it comes to his speeches and his knowledge.

Michele Bachmann is a woman, and the U.S. despite being a secular country, does not favor women for president.
I mean, afterall, Obama was picked over Hilary, that speaks miles for itself.

Herman Cain- He's thrown in the candidacy to show that Republicans love black people too.

My prediction will be Mitt Romney to defeat Obama. Mitt Romney has that handsome sinister look to him. Like he's got something dangerous in store for the whole world. He'd be an ideal candidate, me thinks
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Ron Paul would be a great president, too bad that will be prevented from happening.

Newt Gingrich- he's too old (ideal president has to look like has some vitality) and his first name doesn't do any good.

Rick Perry would be an ideal George W Bush #2 when it comes to his speeches and his knowledge.

Michele Bachmann is a woman, and the U.S. despite being a secular country, does not favor women for president.
I mean, afterall, Obama was picked over Hilary, that speaks miles for itself.

Herman Cain- He's thrown in the candidacy to show that Republicans love black people too.

My prediction will be Mitt Romney to defeat Obama. Mitt Romney has that handsome sinister look to him. Like he's got something dangerous in store for the whole world. He'd be an ideal candidate, me thinks
I kind of agree with your analysis but thing about Romney is that he has no values and most people know it. No one is enthusiastic about him except bankers and corporations, not even mormons like him too much because he is so fake he is not even a mormon. I think Newt will win, I really cant see any other option at the moment, atleast he seems to know what he is talking about and belive in it aswell. Romney will say absolutely anything to be elected, he doesnt belive in anything at all except that he wants to become president. Even Bush had values.
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Obama for a 2nd term.
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did anyone watch the debate last night? seems like it was a little more interesting than the previous ones.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com...-3/?hpt=hp_bn3
The whole debate season has been a lot of fun.
Yesterday's was more substantive than previous ones, because the audience and the questioners had been thoroughly vetted (Paul Wolfowitz asked one of the questions!). Also, foreign policy is less conducive to pandering than domestic policy. And finally, the fact that Gingrich is getting more airtime as a result of his rise in the polls, makes the whole process more dignified as well.

But I feel a lot of the people watching do it looking for a reality show, with clashes and heated arguments between the contestants, ridiculous unsupported claims, and embarrassing gaffes...
By that metric, yesterday's debate was a bore!
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Old 11-23-2011, 06:21 PM   #38
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Haha, have fun with Obama taking your country and the dollar down to oblivion backed by his friends in the financial sector. Ron Paul, the not "totaly stupid" extremist dont want to pay trillions of dollars to failed banks, let the federal reserve destroy your economy creating false bubbles, fighting wars in foreign countries and another worthless war on drugs. In the end of Obama's 8 year span USA will be like Greece, you will be on your knees but no one will be able to save you.
Like I said, Ron Paul is not a stupid extremist. As for the rest of your response, it's not worth a rebuttal. Thank you.
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Like I said, Ron Paul is not a stupid extremist. As for the rest of your response, it's not worth a rebuttal. Thank you.
Saying someone is not totaly stupid often means he is kind of stupid.
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There's simply no way Obama will win 2012. Democrats, students, and the working people will be pissed off after he failed to deliver his promises. Not to mention, a lot of people that initially supported Obama against McCain, also love Ron Paul because he's a libertarian and certainly has some values that may appeal to them. As long as you care about fixing the country, doesn't matter what party you're running as, people will back you. But yeah unfortunately, Mitt Romney, the heartless evil one, will win. I just know it.
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I never said Ron Paul was stupid. I said he's not a totally stupid extremist unlike his contemporaries. And that's it.

Romney isn't winning, and the Ron Paul factor hurts Romney statistically more than it would Obama. In fact, the "less conservative" Republican vote is something Romney NEEDS to win the Republican nominee, let alone win the election, and those votes will not be going to him, they will at least be split with Paul.

Romney has no solid base. Liberals-obviously not. Conservatives-by and large, no. Libertarians-No. Moderates-split with several others.

Obama has at least some sort of base. Ron Paul has a base. Newt Gingrich has a base. Romney doesn't, and he's got too many holes.
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If Mitt Romney were a viable candidate, why does he keep getting passed in favorability polls? Perry, Cain, Bachmann, Gingrich. That's because Republicans don't like him by and large, except the liberal Republicans. Now he's pandering to the conservative Republican base and losing the only base he had. He's washed up, and when he loses Iowa and New Hampshire, the train will fly off the tracks. He's a recycled candidate, and he's been in this same position before, where he was considered one of the favorites in 2008, but eventually got passed.
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Barak Hussein Obama is clearly the worst president since Carter, and both the worst in the last 100 yrs. I hope Mr Obama goes on international election-watching soon too.
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If romney doesn't win Obama will win by a landslide.
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