Ron Paul: 81% in Alabama, 73% in NH Straw Poll

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He also followed up his strong showing in Iowa with an even stronger showing in Illinois, scoring 19 percent of the vote, finishing just one percent behind second place Fred Thompson.

Another big strides, good luck man ;)


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http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/014782.html

He also followed up his strong showing in Iowa with an even stronger showing in Illinois, scoring 19 percent of the vote, finishing just one percent behind second place Fred Thompson.

Another big strides, good luck man ;)


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Like I've said before he has no chance at getting the nomination because the neo-con machine won't allow it.

But I have to say... I love seeing him stand up against other Republicans in the debates. He makes a lot of good points. The rest of the group is far to afraid of their radical base.
 
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I'm a registered republican and I can say already that he will be getting my vote in the primaries.

In the general election, let's see who the canidates are, but unless the republican is Ron Paul, then the democrat will get my vote.
 
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