Iowa GOP Debate - Homestead, FL

Discuss the national Iowa GOP Debate in Homestead, FL.

Who won the Republican Presidential Debate?

Homestead picks Paul

Miami, FL

#1 Aug 11, 2011
No need 2 explain Paul Paul Paul...
Always Thinking

Warrensburg, MO

#2 Jan 11, 2012
In Romney's own words.
The story of two men trapped in one body

Ron Paul comes in second in New Hampshire Primary, more and more people are understanding and supporting him. Polls show if the General Election was today Paul 45% to Obama 47% so Ron Paul does have a real chance of beating Obama.

Ron Paul has a voting record which can not be surpassed by any candidate, his position has been the same from day one, he does not flip flop like most all the other candidates do when the polls disagree with their position of the day.

Ron Paul is a fiscal and constitutional Conservative, just what some Democrats are now wanting and most Republicans and Tea Party people want but the establishment says no and more and more people see what the establishment has given us, more of the same thing and we are not falling for it again.

Ron Paul - Watch this presentation to see why so many people are endorsing Ron Paul for President

Ron Paul can beat Obama, probably better than Romney can.
Election 2012: Barack Obama 42%, Ron Paul 41%

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