Iowa GOP Debate - Wilmington, DE

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Who won the Republican Presidential Debate?

Wilmington picks Paul
Paul
 
15
Gingrich
 
6
Bachmann
 
3
Mike

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Aug 11, 2011
End the fed end the wars
Joe Clark

Hockessin, DE

#2 Aug 11, 2011
Gingrich has the best ideas on how to solve our problems
Robert

Wilmington, DE

#3 Aug 11, 2011
i like his views
dee mcbee

Wildwood, NJ

#4 Aug 11, 2011
He knows what it will take. He has presidential appearance and I trust him.
Liz

Wilmington, DE

#5 Aug 11, 2011
Newt has the most experience along with an understanding of international affairs-he is a brilliant man...
Lisa

Wilmington, DE

#6 Aug 11, 2011
Frank

Wilmington, DE

#7 Aug 11, 2011
Clear and correct
Liz

Wilmington, DE

#8 Aug 11, 2011
Newt is a brilliant man, with experience. I trust his logic and ideas
chester

New Castle, DE

#9 Aug 11, 2011
Dumping the fed is the best thing we could do.
STeve

Concord, NH

#10 Aug 11, 2011
Iran and social issues. Ron Paul is kooky. Huntsman is too liberal.
Greg

Wilmington, DE

#11 Aug 11, 2011
His limited government non-interventionalist points are exactly the right path for our country. He's about the only one I trusted on that stage because he's telling it like it is, not pandering for votes.
James

Los Angeles, CA

#12 Aug 11, 2011
Paul has the right ideas and would know how to run the country
Derek

Wilmington, DE

#13 Aug 11, 2011
He is the only candidate that makes sense.
Michael

Wilmington, DE

#14 Aug 12, 2011
Paul is the most consistent "pro people" candidate. A man whom we should listen to.
Ed Blumenthal

Horsham, PA

#15 Aug 12, 2011
He was the only one telling the truth about what issues must be addressed to save this nation.
Teresa Rothaar

Claymont, DE

#16 Aug 12, 2011
Didn't just bash Obama; talked about how he would fix the country.
john

Jersey City, NJ

#17 Dec 11, 2011
The only nominee addressing the REAL ISSUES I.E. the Fed, corruption, bail outs, 1.6 trillion in debt added each year, illegal wars, etc.

“Santa's Coming!”

Since: Nov 11

Centreville, DE

#18 Dec 15, 2011
Paul? He has a snow balls chance in He11 of winning. He's way off the reservation and most conservatives wouldn't vote for him let alone any independents.

Newt is probably the smartest, but the baggage he has would be a detriment because the dems. who have nothing to run on will drag out every little thing over and over and the compliant main stream media will splash it headline high on a daily basis. The only way Obama can win it to utterly destroy his opponent and Newt has plenty of stuff to drag out unlike the blank slate that is Obama.

Romney stands the biggest chance of winning and quite honestly a WIN is what we want, we really cannot afford 4 more years of Obama, an Obama that doesn't have to worry about being reelected to boot, if you are not happy, you will be devistated at what the man can do with no worry about a reelection on his mind.
frontporchreacti onary

Colonia, NJ

#19 Dec 18, 2011
@Golden Horseshoe,"Paul? He has a snow balls chance in He11 of winning. He's way off the reservation and most conservatives wouldn't vote for him let alone any independents " "Romney stands the biggest chance of winning and quite honestly a WIN is what we want, we really cannot afford 4 more years of Obama" So, you are willing to sell true conservative principles for the chance to elect Romney who has proved to be a Obama-lite candidate even more prone to be a handmaiden to the powerful corporate moneyed interests in Washington ? Romney has proved to be more hardline Hamiltonian than even Obama ever appeared to be . Giving up so easily on Ron Paul is a denial of the OLD Right anti-interventionist Whig tradition that made the Republican Party once a strong, independent, and america first party based on individual freedom, limited , umpire-state government, pro-family and voluntary associations, anti-imperialist at all costs, and community focused. Ron Paul is acutely aware that the problem in Washington is its over-bloated ,inefficient and expensive complex bureaucracy. It is not the government's tendency to 'over-regulate',but the internecine complex bureaucratic conflicts and turf wars that makes any decisive action to enforce fair rules and regulations of the economy impossible. Precisely the cause of the last financial crisis and 2008 recession was the inability of government to act at all with a unified plan to prevent it.

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