A Vote For Ron Paul is a Vote For Obama

A Vote For Ron Paul is a Vote For Obama

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the higher road

Broomall, PA

#1 Aug 29, 2012
Conservative voters, please don't make the mistake many made when Ross Perot was running as a third party candidate in 1992. If the 19% of electoral votes that Perot received had gone to Bush, who had 37% of the electoral votes, Bush would have won with 56%(against Clinton's 43%).

A vote for Ron Paul will be a lost Republican vote for Romney/Ryan and, basically, a vote for Obama. I know a lot of conservatives like Ron Paul, as do I, but he won't get enough votes to beat Obama.

Stick with the party who will hopefully improve this awful economy: Romney/Ryan.

That's my two cents worth. Thank you!
smiley

Sunbury, PA

#2 Aug 30, 2012
the higher road wrote:
Conservative voters, please don't make the mistake many made when Ross Perot was running as a third party candidate in 1992. If the 19% of electoral votes that Perot received had gone to Bush, who had 37% of the electoral votes, Bush would have won with 56%(against Clinton's 43%).
A vote for Ron Paul will be a lost Republican vote for Romney/Ryan and, basically, a vote for Obama. I know a lot of conservatives like Ron Paul, as do I, but he won't get enough votes to beat Obama.
Stick with the party who will hopefully improve this awful economy: Romney/Ryan.
That's my two cents worth. Thank you!
Yep just keep on believing the lies and pull that big R lever
Geez what havent you folks learned from decades of NOT voting 3rd party?
JJJ

Emmaus, PA

#3 Aug 30, 2012
You guys finally have your own Ralph Nader.
bethwhistler

Broomall, PA

#4 Aug 30, 2012
Yes, I voted for Ross Perot in 1992 and it ended up being a vote for Clinton.

Other than Perot, I voted Republican in every election, not because I liked one better than the other but because usually the Republican was the least repulsive and lied better.

I don't really like any of the candidates but I DON'T want 4 more years of Obama.
smiley

Sunbury, PA

#5 Aug 31, 2012
bethwhistler wrote:
Yes, I voted for Ross Perot in 1992 and it ended up being a vote for Clinton.
And you know this for a FACT!???

Produce the proof(and not something taken from the media)...
show me the proof!

Why express your right to vote at all?

Why bother? Why not let THEM decide for you(oh wait u already are..lol)
Okay

Springfield, NJ

#6 Aug 31, 2012
smiley wrote:
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And you know this for a FACT!???
Produce the proof(and not something taken from the media)...
show me the proof!
Why express your right to vote at all?
Why bother? Why not let THEM decide for you(oh wait u already are..lol)
Well, they certainly didn't go to Bush, did they?

I think you could say a RP voter is more than likely voting Republican than Democrat.

With things as bad as they are, why risk a vote that would keep this poser in office?

Can you afford four more years Obama? I can't!

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#7 Aug 31, 2012
Condeleeza's speech was very tactful. I think Mitt should really take some cues from her when he makes his speeches. She focused on America and not on firing ammo at Obama, once you do that you give him importance and it's not about HIM, it's about our country. USA.
RonPaulRevolutio n

Newtown Square, PA

#8 Aug 31, 2012
Excuse me, don't tell me that a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Obama! After watching that taxpayer-funded Republican circus and learning how the establishment wants to strip the delegate selection process away from the state Parties I'm more committed than ever to write-in Ron Paul for President!
Inquiring Mind

Brighton, MI

#9 Aug 31, 2012
RonPaulRevolution wrote:
Excuse me, don't tell me that a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Obama! After watching that taxpayer-funded Republican circus and learning how the establishment wants to strip the delegate selection process away from the state Parties I'm more committed than ever to write-in Ron Paul for President!
And you will have chosen Obama over Romney. If that's your choice, so be it. But if you think there is any scenario where Paul wins, you're just pissing in the wind. And we all know how that turns out.
Liberty

Newtown Square, PA

#10 Aug 31, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
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And you will have chosen Obama over Romney. If that's your choice, so be it. But if you think there is any scenario where Paul wins, you're just pissing in the wind. And we all know how that turns out.
Wrong. A vote for Paul is a vote for Liberty. A vote for Romney or Obama is a vote for the status quo. I refuse to throw away my vote on some Party candidate.
Fine

Newtown Square, PA

#11 Aug 31, 2012
RonPaulRevolution wrote:
Excuse me, don't tell me that a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Obama! After watching that taxpayer-funded Republican circus and learning how the establishment wants to strip the delegate selection process away from the state Parties I'm more committed than ever to write-in Ron Paul for President!
Then this will be 1992 all over again!

You have to weigh the outcomes:

1. Does the Congressman have any REAL chance at all to win?
2. Romney may not be perfect, but is a polar opposite to Obama.
3. Can you REALLY afford another FOUR YEARS of the Community Organizer?

Drop the liberty BS, and be pragmatic.

If Obama wins...we are SCREWED!

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#12 Aug 31, 2012
We all know third party runner always messes the numbers up like Ross Perot.

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#13 Aug 31, 2012
Fine wrote:
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Then this will be 1992 all over again!
You have to weigh the outcomes:
1. Does the Congressman have any REAL chance at all to win?
2. Romney may not be perfect, but is a polar opposite to Obama.
3. Can you REALLY afford another FOUR YEARS of the Community Organizer?
Drop the liberty BS, and be pragmatic.
If Obama wins...we are SCREWED!
Sad but true, Obama has already won.

1-media
2-poor education (most people don't even know how our system works)
3-Obama is awesome: he has prescence, he has a commanding voice which makes any spoonful of manure sound like honey during its delivery, and he is probably reminiscient to some of Powell another charismatic individual. Mitt doesn't have these qualities.
4-the feminists are up in a roar with that rape issue
5-there are more females than males, that's how Clinton got into office
6-gay marriage

All this takes front row seats and foreign affairs and the economy are being dragged in a trail out back because of the media.
Inquiring Mind

Brighton, MI

#14 Aug 31, 2012
Liberty wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong. A vote for Paul is a vote for Liberty. A vote for Romney or Obama is a vote for the status quo. I refuse to throw away my vote on some Party candidate.
A famous person once said "a dead hero is still dead." So if you want to fall on your sword so you can feel better about yourself while Obama continues taking the country down the crapper, go right ahead. IMO, it's a selfish move and doesn't have anything to do with liberty.

If things get worse, Rand Paul will carry your banner at another time in history. Ron Paul is a good man with some very good ideas, but his time is not now. That CANNOT be disputed.
bethwhistler

Broomall, PA

#15 Aug 31, 2012
All I want is to see the economy improve and I think that is more likely to occur under Republican presidential leadership than under the current president.

Things have gone DOWNHILL since the 2008 election.
Info

Newtown Square, PA

#16 Aug 31, 2012
QuiteCrazy wrote:
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Sad but true, Obama has already won.
1-media
2-poor education (most people don't even know how our system works)
3-Obama is awesome: he has prescence, he has a commanding voice which makes any spoonful of manure sound like honey during its delivery, and he is probably reminiscient to some of Powell another charismatic individual. Mitt doesn't have these qualities.
4-the feminists are up in a roar with that rape issue
5-there are more females than males, that's how Clinton got into office
6-gay marriage
All this takes front row seats and foreign affairs and the economy are being dragged in a trail out back because of the media.
Hannity is talking to the producers of a new documentary called "The Hope and The Change" which interviews disillusioned voters who fell for Obama's "Hope and Change" 4 years ago, but are now changing their minds because there was no hope, but there sure was change!

Here's the trailer:


It's being rolled out to theaters soon and they are trying to get it on TV. I hope they can. These are REAL people who voted for him and were lied to.

We still have the debates to get through and I believe Romney and Ryan will win those debates hands down. This guy has NOTHING to run on but attacks and division. Divide and conquer is an old battle tactic that the DNC is giving their best to promote right now. We'll see the full extent of it at the convention next week.
Vote4Gary_Johnso n

Newtown Square, PA

#17 Aug 31, 2012
Ron Paul is a good man, but let's not forget that Gary Johnson is running as the Libertarian candidate. I am quite impressed with his platform. Please check out his website.

http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/front
Info

Newtown Square, PA

#18 Sep 1, 2012
Vote4Gary_Johnson wrote:
Ron Paul is a good man, but let's not forget that Gary Johnson is running as the Libertarian candidate. I am quite impressed with his platform. Please check out his website.
http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/front
WE CANNOT AFFORD TO REPEAT 1992!

Now is NOT the time to,add others into the mix.

We can all agree that BHO must go in November, so whether you like him or not, Romney is our best shot at doing this!

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#19 Sep 1, 2012
Info wrote:
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Hannity is talking to the producers of a new documentary called "The Hope and The Change" which interviews disillusioned voters who fell for Obama's "Hope and Change" 4 years ago, but are now changing their minds because there was no hope, but there sure was change!
Here's the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =lLelSaD1zHUXX
It's being rolled out to theaters soon and they are trying to get it on TV. I hope they can. These are REAL people who voted for him and were lied to.
We still have the debates to get through and I believe Romney and Ryan will win those debates hands down. This guy has NOTHING to run on but attacks and division. Divide and conquer is an old battle tactic that the DNC is giving their best to promote right now. We'll see the full extent of it at the convention next week.
Divide and conquer works. It's old and it's happened over and over again because it 's easier to complain, easier to not change, and easier to divide. It's an old reliable technique.
Unification requires many details that are not in our pot:
1-common culture (with so many immigrants flooding into the US there is no America or USA it's more like a port, harbour, we have more immigrants coming in than in the floods of the early 20th century with the potatoe famines in Ireland and Germany)
2-common language (obviously from pt. 1)
3-Americans that are here are few in number (don't reproduce, maybe 1.5 and that probably includes pets)
4-Immigrants that are here reproduce
5-education, we are no longer taught how to use our government and make citizens just puppets not thinkers
6-common beliefs, we have none everyone is all over the place
7-common foods- sadly maybe Mc D's and food chains around the world could unite us LOL but that would be more like global
8-no one knows anymore what an AMERICAN is
ANYONE HERE KNOW WHAT AN AMERICAN IS?
As an immigrant I've learned from observation and my parents that an American is two things sometimes a soldier with a gun,there to protect and help a great warrior, or a business man that will change your poverty stricken town and put food on the table for everyone with his ideas, he's a power of change for the better. They eat hamburgers, love ice cream, dance, laugh, sometimes give you chocolates, they are happy people, they are energtic, different, surprisingly tall, big hearted, rowdy sometimes, like a good fight, and are free.
Of course this may look strange to you because I'm translating it into english from my memories and I'm giving you a child, teenage, and older perceptive rolled into one about American influence in one harbour in Latin America, which is now huge unfortunately the Americans left. Now the drug dealers are there. SUCKS! Now the order that Americans had established, the long lasting peaceful harbour town that use to happy and festive is a festering hole for drug dealers to pass into US with drugs.

THis is getting me depressed. Viva America Cabr*nes!
FirstTimeVoter

Newtown Square, PA

#20 Sep 1, 2012
Why settle for Mitt Romney when you can vote for a candidate you actually believe in?

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