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Ron Paul wins CPAC straw poll, receives 30% of vote

Ron Paul 2012! Gotta love how the Faux newswoman had to throw in a dig claiming that the “story is not Ron Paul winning again for the second year in a row, but they are pointing to the strength of Mitt Romney coming in second place again with 23%, Mitt Romney, that’s what the CPAC advisors are telling me today”. Since when is the second place winner the story of any election? Ron Paul coming in first [again] isn’t a story worth telling? They’re already pulling out the anti Ron Paul spin…good let them be shocked and unprepared again when the Ron Paul revolution comes out with even more supporters and a louder voice during the next election.

Paul has a real chance of beating Obama, few other Repubs do. The difference is that Paul is for real and will use his influence the way he says he will. His mouth is actually in alignment with his actions. If you haven’t already figured this out, study his voting record. Paul always votes on principle, always upholds the Constitution and always uses his influence to promote liberty for the individual without seeking personal gain. Could America possibly have a more honest, principled candidate for president?

Ron Paul’s speech at CPAC 2011.

One Response

  1. Really not surprising, but unfortunately it likely won’t translate into much.

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