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2X-eed
12-26-2007, 11:28 AM
Very interesting ranking of the Republican candidates.

Republicans:
http://nationaljournal.com/racerankings/wh08/republicans/

Democrats:
http://nationaljournal.com/racerankings/wh08/democrats/

powerman2000
12-26-2007, 12:56 PM
Very interesting ranking of the Republican candidates.

Republicans:
http://nationaljournal.com/racerankings/wh08/republicans/

Democrats:
http://nationaljournal.com/racerankings/wh08/democrats/

Just kill me if Hillary wins.

Absolute0
12-26-2007, 01:04 PM
You call the ranking "interesting" I call it bull****.

2X-eed
12-26-2007, 07:51 PM
Just kill me if Hillary wins.

http://www.naturalfamilyblog.com/Hillary%20with%20gun%20(2).jpg

grup910
12-26-2007, 08:07 PM
Lol, the ron paul supporters call reality "bull****" when it doesn't conform to their delusions. Wow, this forum has been quite an education in the extent to which people are capable of fooling themselves. :p

GettinRipped07
12-26-2007, 08:24 PM
That's not the reality of anything grup...you are the one living in the shadows so to speak. The reality you believe is Russia circa Lennin. We believe in change.

grup910
12-26-2007, 08:38 PM
That's not the reality of anything grup...you are the one living in the shadows so to speak. The reality you believe is Russia circa Lennin. We believe in change.

Hillary Clinton has the clear lead nationally, with Barack second, and Edwards third. There's no clear frontrunner on the republican side, with huckabee ahead now in Iowa and gaining momentum, romney second, then rudy, then mccain, and ron paul near the bottom with no chance. That's the reality. Sorry if you don't want to deal with it because it clashes too uncomfortably with your preferences, but that's the way it is. Calling it "bull****" is as wrong as it is comical. :p

GettinRipped07
12-26-2007, 08:53 PM
Last time I checked, Ron Paul was tied in 3rd place in Iowa. This was on CBS a few days ago. He was 5th in New Hampshire, but his showing in Iowa can only help him in New Hampshire where 42% of the voters are independent. I predict big things to come. Katie Couric was talking about it on CBS a few days ago.

http://www.usadaily.com/article.cfm?articleID=208588
Hugo Mann
Published 12/23/2007 - 10:05 p.m. EST
An AOL straw poll that is supposed to be spam proof shows both Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul winning their respective primaries. The poll records national as well as state-by-state results. At the time of this report over 57,000 Republicans and 56,000 Democrats have voted in the poll.

On the Democratic side the results somewhat mirrored media generated polls. Nationally Clinton has 46%, Barack Obama 27%, John Edwards 17%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 3%, Richardson 2%, Gravel 1%, and Dodd 1%.

Clinton leads in most states but Obama leads in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, and Wyoming.

In Iowa the race is tight where Obama leads with 31% followed by Clinton with 30%and Edwards with 24%.

In New Hampshire, Clinton has 46%, Obama 26%, and Edwards has 15%.

On the Republican side the results mirrored media generated polls with one exception. Ron Paul is placing first in most states and second in several others.

The results of the other candidates did mirror media generated polls. Giuliani is winning in New York and New Jersey and Connecticut but is being edged out by Paul in Florida and New Mexico. Florida and New Mexico have changed hands several times between Giuliani and Paul.

Romney is winning Utah, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.

Huckabee is edging out Paul in South Carolina and is being edged out by Paul in several southern states. Several southern states are virtual ties and have swung back and forth between Huckabee and Paul, including North Carolina, Alabama, and Arkansas.

Nationwide Ron Paul is generating 26% of the vote, Giuliani is getting 18%, Huckabee 17%, and Romney is getting 15%, McCain has 14%, Thompson 9%, and Duncan Hunter has 1%.

In Iowa Ron Paul has 38% of the vote. The rest of the GOP candidates mirror media generated polls regarding strength in the state. Huckabee and Romney are tied at 19%. Thompson has 9%, McCain 7%, and Giuliani 7%, with Hunter at 1%.

In New Hampshire Paul has 30% Romney 23% McCain 20%, Giuliani 15%, Huckabee 8%, Thompson 3%, and Hunter 1%. Once again, aside from Paul the candidates mirror media polls regarding strength nationally and regionally.

Paul supporters have maintained that media generated polls have been under representing his support. Paul leads GOP candidates in 4rth quarter fund raising. He has received donations from an astounding 123,000 donors this quarter.

AOL Straw Poll: Dec. 21 - Jan. 4 can be viewed here.



http://www.usadaily.com/article.cfm?articleID=207908 - article titled-Ron Paul will win by a landslide

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