Ron Paul Wins Over GOP-Voting Liberals in Last Night’s NH Primary

(This post was updated)

Ron Paul, the only Republican candidate who blames the US for the 9-11 attacks, attracted a higher percentage of Democrats than percentage of Republicans in New Hampshire last night.

FOX News released their exit polling results after the voting yesterday in New Hampshire.

More liberals (33%) voted for Paul than any other candidate last night.

And, Ron Paul also attracted more Democrat voters than any candidate except for Jon Huntsman who came in third.

Then he went out and told the conservative candidates to quit the race.

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  • Missy8s

    The #Occush*tters and stupid children are his base.

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  • RedBeard

    More facts for the Paulian faux-conservatives to ignore.

  • donh

    The whole point of selling out to Romney is the scam notion that a left of center moderate can pull independant and democrat votes into the Party who are put off by pure conservatism….but when Ron Paul does a better job of it than Romney its a point of criticism. I prefer to pull in the kind of democrat who will cut government, restore individual liberties and freedoms, and end militant global war mongering for the New World Order….something the big government global corporate fascist bail out republicans will never do.

  • Conservative to the Core

    Get used to that gnat, Paul will be around a while. He didn’t drop out until June last go ’round.

  • Granny

    I have to tell you, i will vote for Obama before i will vote for Ron Paul. Paul is a lunatic, particularly when it comes to foreign policy.

    Why are DEMOCRATS being allowed to vote in the Republican primaries anyway? Talk about letting the enemy choose the battleground LOL

  • brentspolemics

    Here’s the thing: I’m in agreement with donh and will go a step further by saying many registered Dems are in fact fiscal conservatives. Yet they don’t know it, and will never admit it if doing so meant supporting a conventional Rep candidate. Chew on that one. Frankly, it’s also intriguing that Paul has kind of figured out how to attract McGover-type leftists without giving in to their calls for demilitarization. Pay close attention, and you’ll note that he argues for a very strong national defense, achieved largely through a systematic deconstruction of our overextended military. And that’s not isolationism, mind you.

    We’ve reached the point where it just might be possible for one candidate to command the support of a majority of the electorate by upsetting both the Reps and the Dems. To pursue that approach even as NOBAMA seeks reelection is risky indeed, yet the opportunity to do so may not come along again, if ever.

    Does that necessarily mean third party? No. It would be much better for this sort of thing to run its course within the GOP.

  • Deanna

    Hmmm…it is possible these Dems/Liberals are voting for these candidates because they believe Obama can beat them. After all, if you can choose your enemy why not pick the weakest one.

  • bg


    keep tellin’ ya..

    Barry & Ron are two sides of the same coin..

    the only thing that separated them at
    birth… are the decades in between..


  • Gini

    How man years in Congress and only 1 bill passed? That says enough about Ron Paul.

  • More Liberty

    Here is more bad news for you chicken-hawk big government warmongers like Obama and Bush.

    Panetta has admitted that Iran that Iran isn’t trying to develop a nuclear weapon.

    “Appearing on CBS’s Face the Nation on Sunday, Panetta admitted that despite all the rhetoric, Iran is not pursuing the ability to split atoms with weapons, saying it is instead pursuing “a nuclear capability.”

    That “capability” falls in line with what Iran has said for years: that it is developing nuclear energy facilities, not nuclear weapons.”

    I hope, as a former Marine, that we don’t invade some country, occupy them for 8 years take thousands of casualties, and leave -all under the false notion of “WMDs.”

    I’m not anti-war, I’m just against wars that do not good for the USA at the expense of American lives.

  • Liz

    And this, my friends, tells you all you need to know. ON to South Carolina.

  • bear

    It was clear from the get-go that “open” primaries would allow a flood of libs to select their favorite rino candidate. These stats prove it. Our Constitution and our nation have just been condemned to the miseries of socialism and islamism.

    I am reminded of the technique of offering the torture victim his choice of body parts to be cut off. “Choose romney……it’s better than the obamster.”

    Now THAT’S a ringing endorsement for rinoism! s/off

  • pm

    You must have not taken a math class at all. Where in the data does it say that more democrats than Republicans voted for Ron Paul? Way to make an inference without having the data.

  • Conservative to the Core

    Don’t read past the headline.

  • retire05

    Anyone remember Rush Limbaugh’s clarion call in 2008 to get to those who could vote in either primary to get out and vote for Hillary in the Democrat primary against Obama? Anyone?

    The Democrats are now doing the same thing in primaries where they can. They are picking Romney to lead the GOP, will Paul following second as a spoiler. But have no fear; Ron Paul will switch to Independent as quick as a fox if he thinks he has no chance to really take the GOP lead. He will wind up being Ross Perot, giving us another four years of Obama because his supporters are too damn stupid to realize the man is a lunatic.

  • Vols47

    Someone needs to work on their math skills.

    24% of 4% is not greater than 16% of 49%.

    The correct title should be “Huntsman gets the most Democrat votes while getting the least Republican votes”.

    Who won the independent vote? Ron Paul 32% to 29% for Romney.

    But you guys keep saying he is unelectable and watch Obama beat Romney in the general.

    Dont let the facts get in the way of your Paul hate though.

  • More Liberty

    BG said:

    “Barry & Ron are two sides of the same coin..”

    LOL are you serious? Old Barry has more in common with the mainstream Republicans.

    When in power, both Barry and the Republican party voted to increase the size of our national Debt.
    -In 2000 our national Debt was $5.6 trillion.
    -In 2004 our national debt was $7.3 trillion
    -In 2008 our national Debt was $10 trillion.
    -In 2010 our national debt was $13.5 trillion
    -It is currently @ around $15.2 trillion.

    When Bush and the republicans were running the show, they voted to increase the debt limit. Dems voted against.

    When the Republicans got booted, and Dems took over, the Republicans voted against raising the debt, while the Dems voted for it.

    Ron Paul voted against raising the debt ceiling every single time – but the dems/big govt RINOs voted for it when it helped them.

    Lets take TARP in 2008 when big government Bush was at the helm – not that was a bi-partisan vote with both Repub/Dem support – and President Bush and Sen Obama supporting it.
    Ron Paul voted against it.

    The recent NDAA was past by by a huge margin, and signed by Obama. This act gives President Obama the ability to detain American citizens on American soil indefinitely thus negating our 5th Amendment rights. Ron Paul voted against it, most Republicans and Dems voted for it. What other rights are you Obama/big government fake conservative willing to sign away? 1st Amendment? 2nd Amendment?

  • ahem

    Of course. They want us to nominate someone Obama can beat. That’s the whole impetus behind Ron Paul’s success. They are stealing the freaking election even now.

    Do not settle for Romney or Paul!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • More Liberty

    Ahem said:
    “Of course. They want us to nominate someone Obama can beat. That’s the whole impetus behind Ron Paul’s success. They are stealing the freaking election even now.”

    LOL….yeah why don’t we get another great conservative like McCain or Dole. LOL…hahahahaha….those two RINOs really got the country back on track didn’t they.

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  • ER

    Ron Paul’s stats show pretty darn impressive evidence of electability for a guy who after Romeny had the HIGHEST percentage of people who identified as REPUBLICAN !

  • Ummm….

    Your headline is very misleading. Yes, Paul got 24% of the democrats who voted. But they only made up 4% of the total voters according to the table you posted. Meanwhile, he got 16% of the republican voters who made up 49% of total voters.

    Democrats for Paul = 24% * 4% = 1% of total voters
    Republicans for Paul = 16% * 49% = 8% of total voters

    So really, 8 times more republicans voted for Paul than democrats.

  • DidUmeanHuntsman

    Wait a second: if only 4% of those who voted said they were Democrats (officially not allowed to vote), and Jon Huntsman took 41% of those leaving only 24% of them to Ron Paul, etc, how could Ron Paul have scored an overall 23% victory when half the remaining 96% of voters were Republicans and half were Independents?

    That was because Ron Paul came in 2nd among voters who claimed to be Republicans and 1st among voters who claimed to be Independents (not liberals). Among Republicans, Ron Paul blew away Gingrich and Santorum and most of the newer generation of would-be conservatives are choosing not to register specifically as Republicans anymore.

    So this entire post appears like a smear job that disproves itself, kind of like that fake video Huntsman, the real liberal, apparently had created to make it look like Ron Paul supporters were racists.

    Sure, if you want to wait an entire year to stop Iran’s weapons program instead of demanding that Obama deal with that now, I can see why you don’t support Ron Paul.

    But let’s remember that W ran in 2000 on that exact same foreign policy platform and Iran might be a free country or better governed by November.

  • Mama Grizzly
  • More Liberty

    LOL….whoever posted this article has very limited math skills. If you want people to take you seriously, you might want to do a little fact checking and number crunching.

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  • More Liberty

    Red beard said:
    “More facts for the Paulian faux-conservatives to ignore.”

    Actually it’s not a fact. Whoever did the numbers is wrong.

  • StrangernFiction


    You would be wise to admit error and remove this post:

  • Imperialist

    The Republican Party is conservative and I’m the Pope.

  • RedBeard

    More Liberty, are the tables wrong? No, the headline is worded wrong, but that stats are right there. A higher percentage of Dems voted for Paul than did Republicans.

    And why is that? Two possible reasons. First, Dems like Paul’s dopey foreign policy. And second, the Dems are trying to monkeywrench a primary vote, as others have stated.

  • Listen Up

    I am a former Republican, now Independent voter. After reading this blog for a few years I have come to some conclusions about Neo-Cons:

    1. Fidelity to the U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights is not a core conviction. They apparently don’t understand that the Constitution is the HIGHEST law of the land, all other laws flow from it and must align with it. It is the essence of who we are as a nation.

    2. They tend to generally be ignorant of U.S. and world history, failing to recognize the fallacy in the idea that “it could never happen here” – i.e. creeping police state, totalitarianism, loss of national sovereignty, etc.

    3. Regardless of numerous proclamations by G20 world leaders, they are either ignorant of the New World Order agenda or disregard it as a “conspiracy theory.”

    4. They disregard George Washington’s warning to never place loyalty to a political party before fidelity to the Constitution.

    5. They like “big government” just as much as Democrats, just in a different form.

    6. They value looks and oratory ability over integrity and fidelity to the Constitution in the candidates they support. As a result, they, just like Democrats, accept being lied to election after election.

    7. They fail to recognize the continuity of agenda of U.S. foreign policy over the past 50 years, regardless of which party occupies the White House or controls the Congress.

    8. They fail to recognize the difference between loyalty to their COUNTRY and loyalty to their GOVERNMENT.

    9. They are under the delusion that Fox News is any different than the rest of the corporate whore media as it relates to pushing a political agenda – maintaining the status quo by supporting the left vs. right paradigm (red team vs. blue team b.s.).

    10. They are generally ignorant of how our monetary system works.

    It obvious that Gateway Pundit and virtually everyone on this blog cares deeply about our country, and I commend each of you for it.

    However, unless we take a step back and realize we are being played, and COMMIT OURSELVES TO RESTORING OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC AT ANY COST, we are in BIG, BIG trouble as a nation.

  • HadEnough

    They are all the same same……

    Report: Ron Paul Supporters Joined Forces With Occupy Wall Street Protesters, Engaged In Violent Behavior At Campaign Stops…

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  • More Liberty

    #33 good post. Don’t expect the anti-liberty chicken-hawks here to recognize that though.

  • RedBeard

    Hmmm…. and to think, the silly slur of “chicken hawk” used to be a left-wing Democrat thing.

  • Imperialist

    Romney, making Teleprompters fashionable after 4 year of Republicans ripping Obama for using them. hf

  • More Liberty

    Sorry Red Beard but whoever wrote this is distorting the fact.

    If there are 100 voters at the primary, and 4% (4 voters) are Dem, and 49%(49 voters) are republican, and 47% (47 voters) are independent.

    That means Ron Paul got about 1 vote from a Dem, and about 8 votes from Republicans, and 7 votes from Independents totaling

    No mater how this blog tries to distort the truth, more Republicans voted for Ron Paul than Democrats or Independents.

  • valerie

    #37 January 11, 2012 at 10:21 am
    RedBeard commented:

    It still is.

  • More Liberty

    Redbeard said:” Hmmm…. and to think, the silly slur of “chicken hawk” used to be a left-wing Democrat thing.”

    Sorry RB but I’d don’t toe the party lines. I call it like i see it. After three tours in Iraq as a marine, I have no problem calling those that want endless war, either Obama or some neocon, who has never served.

    Take a look at the donors of active military personnel. We don’t mind fighting, we just don’t want to fight useless wars.

  • Pablo Schwartz

    .. well, just to clarify: y’all’s darling Mr Brzezinski came up with the “neat idea” to radicalize Pashtun tribesmen to kill Russians in the 1980’s. A virtual *terror state* was created along the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. And these men were praised as “freedom fighters” by Ronald Reagan himself. Funny thing happened, though: they turned their guns on the USA and, overnight, became Terrorists. Fact is, Washington *seems* to love terrorism, claiming as an ally the House of Saud, whose petrodollars are the motor mechanism spreading the hateful Wahhabi doctrine throughout the world. This stupid stupid policy is supported by Brzezinski protege Obama, Mitt Romney (who recently hired the deranged Max Boot) and Rick Santorum (Michael Ledeen’s wife used to be his top aide). Ron Paul got it right, you didn’t. Sorry about that.

  • Caiwyn

    #24 points out the obvious mathematical error here. The headline is blatantly false. 24% of 4% is less than 16% of 49%. More Republicans than Democrats voted for Ron Paul, by a factor of eight.

    Likewise, 33% of 10% is far less than 20% of 32% or 18% of 21% so the statement that “More Ron Paul voters said they were moderately liberal than any other category” is also flatly false.

    I’m no Paulnut, and I don’t intend to vote for him, but this deserves a retraction, Jim.

  • More Liberty

    Caiwyn said:
    “…is also flatly false.”

    A common them amongst partisans on both sides.

  • Caiwyn

    More Liberty:
    “A common them amongst partisans on both sides.”

    I wouldn’t go that far. He just misread the data.

  • More Liberty

    LOL….how many times you going to change the headline? As of this time stamp, this is your third headline. Come on GWP, pick a line and stick with it, and stand by it.

  • justin

    Oh my god, you can’t even do the math, and you’re trying to smear Ron Paul with it, and your readers chime in with Paultards can’t handle facts. Look in the mirror: strident ignorance, and habitual commitment to misbelief. How are you different than democrats railing about global warming? God help us.

  • More Liberty

    “Ron Paul Wins Over GOP-Voting Liberals in Last Night’s NH Primary”

    hahaha…this is even better. Ron Paul got 33% of the liberal vote and Romney got 32% of the “somewhat liberal vote.” OMG this is too awesome.

  • RedBeard

    More Liberty, my only suggestion about the chicken hawk insult is that you might want to know who the hell you’re addressing before applying that label in blanket fashion. Unless, of course, your idea for encouraging people to vote for Paul is to alienate them first.

  • More Liberty

    Caiwyn said:
    “I wouldn’t go that far. He just misread the data.”

    Good point – if true. Im just tired of partisans on both side “misreading data,” I don’t care if it’s poll percentages or Climate Research.

  • DANEgerus

    NH primary, 240,251 Rs, 56,924 Ds, so tell me how many Democrats really voted in the Republican Primary? We are letting Ds elect Romney?

  • Ummm….

    Nice update. Instead of admitting you were wrong, you alter the post slightly so it is factually correct, but substantively meaningless.

    Hey look, Rick Perry got as much liberal support as he did conservative!! What a headline that would be!!! Mitt Romney got 3 times the support of democrats than Newt!!!!! It’s amazing how many meaningless statistics can be pulled out of a single table!

  • Patty

    I realize you need money or something to run for office. And Paul is really that Something.

    far left, occupiers, democrats and please don’t say GOP liberals.

    They aren’t republicans. And he is Obama. Why he chooses to parade as a Republican but seems some Republicans are doing the same thing in Washington.

  • ilikai

    Exactly how many people were interviewed in the exit polls. You cant judge the whole state by 100 or so interviews, you have to get everyone’s view to make the statistics viable.

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  • t-bird

    Come on, Ron Paul…make that third-party run! Huntsman can go primary Obama if he needs more TV time.

  • valerie

    I really hope the other candidates stay in. I have never in my life voted in a primary with any kind of span of candidates.

    Also, here’s something for everybody.

    Harry Belafonte has just explained why the Democrats will be voting, in droves, in whatever open primaries they can. It’s not a bad thing.

    Ordinary Democratic voters are as interested as the independents and Republicans in getting a decent candidate for the Republicans.

  • valerie

    Repubs need to focus on changing the Senate, and keeping the House. As a practical matter, the TEA Parties need to do the same.

  • Jacqlyn Smith

    Dr. Paul gave a great and gracious speech last night after his awesome 2nd place WIN….if you people continue to marginalize the voice of FREEDOM and LIBERTY you will get what you deserve….another 4 years of the FRAUD BO…..keep it up…best to get on board the RON PAUL REVOLUTION TEAM AND BEAT THE BIG GOVERNMENT RINO’S AT THEIR OWN GAME!! Dr. Paul is the only one who can UNITE our country….all parties….all races…..all ages love the good doctor….it is shameful what some of you here are writing about him and all of it LIES…..he is the most honest and straightforward person in this race and the reason the media can not faze him is because he in NOT CORRUPTABLE and doesn’t have all the skeletons in his closet that all the others do…..check his voting record….it is always the way of the CONSTITUTION….if you love America and love your Freedom then you will vote for the ONLY one running who will LEGALIZE the CONSTITUTION again!!! WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!

  • Militant Conservative

    #33 January 11, 2012 at 10:12 am
    Listen Up commented:

    You have an overly high opinion of yourself and unusually low opinion of your fellow

    Americans. What is the difference between you and a Liberal Democrat?

  • Jacqlyn Smith

    The great thing about the good doc is he doesn’t want to divide anyone into groups and collectives…..he is for everyone having freedom and abiding by the US constitution……Dr. Paul is the only UNITER and Militant conservative you appear to be the worst divider of all…..why label yourself a conservative when the truest conservative is being smeared and lied about here! SAD really! All I know is if we don’t get a real fiscal conservative in charge like Dr. Paul we are done for…..time to get on the FREEDOM REVOLUTION TRAIN!!

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  • bg






    the plot thickens.. 😉


  • Jacqlyn Smith
  • Jacqlyn Smith

    2012 Is About Abolishing Slavery In America
    We’re on the verge of abolishing slavery in America if we can put Dr. Paul in the White House…he can’t be bought and sold and that is what both parties and the media are afraid of….he stands with US…the “LITTLE” people…..why can’t people wake up and see through the DUPING….COME ON AMERICA….DON’T LET THESE BIG GOVERNMENT LIEberals on both sides of the aisle fool you again…..WAKE UP…..
    Ron Paul’s aim is to abolish the debt slavery & tax bondage of the FED/IRS Complex.
    Over the last 100 years of slavery we have gradually lost most of what America set out to be, do and have.
    We are not free. We are slaves.
    Put aside all of the non-essential issues and focus on abolishing slavery.
    Let’s start there.
    Our first priority is to regain our liberty, peace and prosperity.
    This is the narrative, the context for all of my campaign communications with others. It shuts down all of the nattering and competitiveness over the flavor-of-the-month candidates.
    No other candidate is cognizant of, or focused on abolishing the crushing debt slavery and tax bondage as a social issue.
    Without our liberty, nothing else matters.
    None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  • bg


    re: #63 January 11, 2012 at 12:42 pm bg

    Eric and Sarah Jan. 10, 2012


  • Han Solo

    Am I the only one who sees this in the numbers.

    % Liberal Identifying Voters

    Paul – 33%
    Romney – 32%


  • Paz

    The headline is misleading. The feds have no business to preventing you from harming your own body.. you know.. choice! You CHOOSE to drink or smoke and it’s your right.

    These are classical liberals, not modern liberals. Modern liberals want big government. They want a government agency for every letter of the alphabet, whether it’s socialized healthcare or the DHS.

    If you understood the Constitution, you would oppose these illegal departments.

  • Jacqlyn Smith

    I’ve always liked Jim DeMint now if he would ONLY endorse the DOC I would respect him too…

    Jim DeMint: GOP needs to embrace Ron Paul and libertarian ideas more

  • Pragmatic

    Sarah Palin also made a comment about how the GOP should give more respect to Ron Paul supporters. . . very interesting indeed!

  • J JHP

    As goes NH so goes Massachusetts. What a joke.

  • J JHP

    I’m with Paz!

    Who cares what the guy driving next to you on the highway has been injecting himself with?

    Who cares what the pilot flying you has drunk?

    Who cares what the surgeon operating on you has sniffed?

    Its no bodies business.

    Right Paz!

  • Jacqlyn Smith

    Great News…..let’s keep it up folks and disregard these raving lunatics….they are the enemy of the PEOPLE….by the PEOPLE and for the PEOPLE….JOIN THE REVOLUTION…VOTE RON PAUL 2012!!

    Rush Limbaugh’s ratings have fallen sharply in recent months, according to a new report by Arbitron.

    Limbaugh still has the top-rated radio talk show in the country, but his audience has dropped by 33 percent since October. And he’s not the only one–Sean Hannity’s ratings have also slipped by 28 percent.

    A spokesperson for Premiere Radio, which distributes both Limbaugh’s and Hannity’s shows, told Crain’s Business that the company wasn’t worried about the ratings dip, since they were still the two biggest talk show hosts in America.

  • Jacqlyn Smith

    #72 January 11, 2012 at 2:12 pm
    J JHP commented:

    I’m with Paz!

    Who cares what the guy driving next to you on the highway has been injecting himself with?

    Who cares what the pilot flying you has drunk?

    Who cares what the surgeon operating on you has sniffed?

    Its no bodies business.

    Right Paz!

    YOU don’t seem to understand….the Private sector will take care of these problems within their own businesses…they are NOT going to let DRUNKS and DRUG users anywhere near their planes or surgeries and as far as the guy driving next to you…NO laws have stopped anyone from getting into a car drunk or using drugs that I know of….one of my daughter’s best friends was killed last year because of a drunk driver….he had 4 DUI’s before that and was still driving…..Dr. Paul doesn’t endorse drinking alcohol or using drugs….what is wrong with you people if you don’t like FREEDOM and our CONSTITUTION why don’t you move to CUBA….they don’t allow personal liberties there at all! GET A CLUE ALREADY… duped can you be!!!

  • J JHP

    I’m with J Smith. Free enterprise will keep drunks from driving! Right on!

    Free enterprise will keep pilots from snorting drugs!

    As we all know no law can stop murder! Or tax evasion. Or littering.

    So why have laws? Its an invasion of liberties and freedoms!

    Right On! Right on! Right on!

    Thats why we need abortion. That’s why we need to allow sex with minors!

    Right on! Right on!

  • J JHP

    According to the Paulians libert and freedom really mean license. To do whatever they wish. Without consequence, remorse, or reproof.

    Village idiots unite! More pablum for the unthinking, immature, and morally rudderless.

  • J JHP


  • Jacqlyn Smith

    #76 January 11, 2012 at 2:39 pm
    J JHP commented:“““““““““““““`

    According to the Paulians libert and freedom really mean license. To do whatever they wish. Without consequence, remorse, or reproof.

    Village idiots unite! More pablum for the unthinking, immature, and morally rudderless.

    WRONG….FREEDOM MEANS YOU MAKE THE CHOICE….It doesn’t mean there are NO consequences…..of course if you hurt someone you will pay the price…..RINO NEO CONS AND FEAR MONGERS like yourself would NOT understand this though….tell me which law protected my daughter’s friend from being murdered????

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  • Jacqlyn Smith

    #77 January 11, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    J JHP commented:



  • Gary

    News flash to anybody who things there is any news here:
    This kind of political game-playing has been going on since the Roman Empire (that we know of). Operation Chaos was no new concept. People have been subverting the primary process forever.

    The main point here is that the people who were self-proclaimed Dems voted overwhelmingly for Paul and Huntsman. It isn’t because that’s who they think can lose. It’s because these two men are actually liberal Democrats in the majority of their respective ideologies, and they had no business in our candidate pool to start with. They both should have challenged Obama for a Democrat primary.

    It just shows the extent to which we are unable to control our primaries.

    I think we should look at it this way:
    Regardless who wins in November, we have about 4 years to come up with a system for eliminating phony candidates from running under the Republican brand.
    I’m ready to start that movement. A Republican party watchdog group to qualify or disqualify potential candidates.
    Whose with me? (Let’s do the job the RNC isn’t willing to do).

  • MJ

    ‘attracted a higher percentage of Democrats’

    OF COURSE!!!

  • bg


    J JHP #76 January 11, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    i concur..


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  • Jacqlyn Smith

    Dr. Paul attracts all the parties…..he especially gets the Independents of which I am one…..the RINO party better wake up and embrace the new voters or you will have 4 more years of BO….I and millions of folks like me refuse to vote for another NEO CON fear mongering RINO…it will be RON PAUL or another 4 years of BO…..OROMNEY is just more of the same and would offer nothing different than BUSH/OBAMA…..listen up…


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  • Jacqlyn Smith

    CNBC Admit Censoring Ron Paul By Removing Online Poll After He Was Dominating It

  • Gary

    Is it just me or did jacqlyn smith cite an article claiming RUsh’s audience is down 33% since October, and then linked to a huffpo article from last May?

    Typical paulbot libtard

  • bg
  • bg


    Gary #86 January 11, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    close.. 😆

    why does it say MORNING JOE DECISION


  • bg


    Ron Paul, Howard Gutman and George Soros

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  • Cam Davis

    Ron Paul is a “lunatic” who served honorably in the USAF as an officer.
    Ron Paul is a “whacko” who graduated with a DOCTORATE from Duke University.
    Ron Paul is a “failure” because he only had one bill he introduced pass. I’m sorry, where is it written you have to pass bills in the House to be “successful”?
    Ron Paul is “unelectable” except he has won 12 elections, won over 30 counties in NH, and received 47% of the votes from 18-24 year olds.
    Ron Paul’s foreign policy is “crazy” except ex-CIA chief Michael Scheur agrees with him and Ron receives more money from military servicemen than all other candidates combined.

    You people who support Newt Gingrich, what are you smoking? Newt Gingrich cheated on his wives, he’s had 3. Newt received deferments so he wouldn’t have to serve in the military. Newt was forced to resign from Congress after being SPEAKER, and he had to pay a $300,000 fine! What part of untrustworthy don’t you understand?

    You know what else is crazy? Believing if a Mormon is in the Oval Office, there won’t be regular flights of LDS leaders from SLC to DC. Now that is lunacy.

  • bg


    Cam Davis #90 January 11, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    sorry,..but i’m not into the Obama et al Alinsky personal ID politics,
    presidents don’t lead from the bedroom, Clinton being am exception
    to the rule, besides, if that wee the case, it should be biting the big
    mouthed bastard in the arse by now..

    this however, is quite pertinent
    to presidential subject matter..

    Past & Present

    [Gingrich engineered the first Republican takeover of the House of
    Representatives in 40 years — followed by the first balanced budget
    in 40 years. The media called it “the Clinton surplus” but all spending
    bills start in the House of Representatives, and Gingrich was Speaker
    of the House.

    Speaker Gingrich​ also produced some long overdue welfare reforms,
    despite howls from liberals that the poor would be devastated. But
    nobody makes that claim any more.]

    Thomas Sowell Endorsed Newt Gingrich
    and Updated Thoughts on the Race

    [It’s amazing how a candidate who everyone is now dismissing is racking
    up these big name conservative endorsements like Art Laffer and Thomas
    Sowell (who endorsed him Wednesday though I some how missed it). For
    those of you unfamiliar with Thomas Sowell, he is a brilliant economist/
    writer who is 100% for small government and provides very reasoned
    commentary on a regular basis through his columns.

    Thomas Sowell via Rush Limbaugh


  • bg


    re: #91 January 11, 2012 at 6:01 pm bg

    am = an

    wee = were

    eh, just pardon typos..


  • bg


    re: #87 January 11, 2012 at 5:02 pm bg

    ht S. Wolf

    January 9, 2012

    Tehran TV Loves Ron Paul


  • Sam

    I think this article is just further proof that GWP is just a 2 Minute Hate website against Obama and then against Ron Paul. Romney doesn’t get bashed anywhere near the level that Ron Paul does here. It’s clear that this kind of site represents the anti-intellectual wing of Conservatism and contrasts greatly with Red State in level of discourse. On the other hand at least this site is open to all, doesn’t ban people who give the slightest inclination that they like at least one thing about Ron Paul, doesn’t even match the level of disgusting vitirol and attacks on Ron Paul, and nonsensical pro-Perry bandwagon.

  • bg


    Sam #94 January 11, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    yeah, we don’t embrace our self declared sworn enemies, we suck.. /s/


  • Lumberjack

    If you look at only the Republican voters, Ron Paul still comes in second place. The headline is completely misleading and the numbers don’t match the logic. A rational person should see this as Ron Paul getting the second most votes from Republicans as well as getting the most votes by Independents. Since there is no disputing how important the Independent vote is, there is no way to rationally conceive that it is a bad thing to collect the most Independent votes. If Ron Paul has the support from: the GOP, the majority of Independent voters, and however many crossover Democrats that are disillusioned with Obama; then he feasibly has the largest potential voting base.

  • Donn

    I wouldn’t believe any polls from Fox News after some of the stunts they have pulled in the past.

  • bg


    Donn #97 January 11, 2012 at 9:48 pm

    and they’re not as bad as the others, especially CNN..

    i recall when the New York Slimes dd a do over poll because they
    couldn’t believe the results.. all that “poll playing” aside, not one
    poll has ever chosen a president.. all they are good for is keeping
    perceptions on edge, and talking bobblehead fodder..


  • bg


    Ron Paul’s Soros Defense Plan

    [Ron Paul proposed to put a bunch of Soros funded think tank experts
    in charge of dismantling the US military. Think about that for a moment.
    And then think about it again. Ron Paul supporters can see conspiracies
    in a glass of water, can they see anything wrong with this picture? Can
    they see anything wrong with having a man from a group that was
    investigated for its Communist ties in the driver’s seat on national


  • CB

    @Cam Davis – Talk about distorting – so I can place the equivalent of successes by any notorious villain in the history of man such as Hitler – will it still NOT make him a loon?

    Hitler was instrumental in building the autobahn

    Hitler rebuilt German industry following WW1

    Hitler pulled the German economy out from depression

    He became Chancellor of Germany, after only being a corporal in the Army,

    Became dictator of a nation

    Was responsible for the technical revolution in Germany.

    All this and he WAS STILL A NUT JOB!

  • bg


    CB #100 January 12, 2012 at 9:53 am

    oh yes he was, and he’s not only one of Barry’s hero, but the reason
    for the Holocaust & millions of other deaths resulting from a war, that
    for all intent & purpose, he started, gah!!

    ht Old Dude

    When Money Dies: The Nightmare of the Weimar Collapse

    “We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic
    system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair
    salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to
    wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and
    we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions.”

    –Adolf Hitler..


  • Punch

    (Granny commented: I have to tell you, i will vote for Obama before i will vote for Ron Paul. Paul is a lunatic, particularly when it comes to foreign policy.)

    Granny, our “foreign policy” now includes youtube videos of Marines urinating on Taliban corpses. Who’s behavior more deserves the label of “lunatic?”

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