NH primary January 10, 2012, Latest polls Romney 37 %, Paul Huntsman tied for second, Santorum Gingrich tied for third

NH primary January 10, 2012, Latest polls Romney 37 %, Paul Huntsman tied for second, Santorum Gingrich tied for third

Just in from CNN January 10, 2012.

“Polls: Tied up for 2nd and 3rd in NH”

“The final two polls here in the Granite State leading up to Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation primary both indicate Mitt Romney holding a 19 point lead over the rest of the field of candidates in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

And according to poll surveys, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas and former Utah governor and former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman are battling for second place, with former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in a dead heat for third place, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry in a distant sixth place.

According to the final Suffolk University/7 News tracking poll, released early Tuesday morning, Romney had the support of 37% of likely GOP primary voters in New Hampshire. Romney is very well known here in New Hampshire. He was governor of neighboring Massachusetts for four years last decade, and was often on Boston TV, which much of the heavily populated southern New Hampshire receives. Romney also owns a vacation home in the Granite State and has spent lots of time over the past six years in the state campaigning for himself or for fellow Republicans.

The tracking poll indicates Paul, who’s making his third bid for the White House, is at 18% and Huntsman, who skipped campaigning in Iowa (which held the first contest in the primary caucus calendar) to spend all of his time stumping in New Hampshire, is at 16%. Paul’s two point margin is well within the poll’s sampling error.

Perry, who left the Granite State following the back to back debates this weekend, is now campaigning in South Carolina, which holds its primary on January 21. He’s at one percent in the tracking poll. Seven percent were undecided.

An American Research Group poll released Monday night also indicates Romney grabs the support of 37% of likely GOP primary voters, with Huntsman at 18%, Paul at 17%, Santorum at 11%, Gingrich at 10% and Perry at one percent, with four percent undecided.
Both polls were conducted Sunday and Monday.

The ARG survey indicates Romney leading among registered Republicans, with 46%, followed by Paul at 15%, Huntsman at 13% and Gingrich and Santorum both at 10%. Huntsman and Romney are tied at 25% each among independent voters, with Paul at 20%, Santorum at 13% and Gingrich at 10%

The American Research Group poll questioned 600 likely primary voters in N.H. by telephone. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus four percentage points. The Suffolk University tracking poll questioned 500 likely primary voters in N.H. by telephone.”

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/10/polls-tied-up-for-2nd-and-3rd-in-nh/

53 responses to “NH primary January 10, 2012, Latest polls Romney 37 %, Paul Huntsman tied for second, Santorum Gingrich tied for third

  1. Hawaii Judge Nishimura Granted Attorney Taitz’s Motion to Expedite: Hearing Set for Jan. 13

    http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2012/01/hawaii-judge-nishimura-granted-attorney.html

  2. UPDATE: An Alabama Court has announced that it will hear arguments as to whether Barack Hussein Obama II is in fact eligible to appear on the State Presidential Primary Ballot.

    Alabama citizens have filed a lawsuit within the Alabama Circuit Court to “prevent certification of President Barack Obama for 2012 Alabama ballot access pending final hearing based on factual evidentiary hearings.”

    http://giveusliberty1776.blogspot.com/

  3. Chicago Daily Observer

    Surprise! Politically Infested ShoreBank Fails…Again
    http://www.cdobs.com/archive/featured/surprise-politically-infested-shore-bank-fails-again/

  4. @ observer | January 10, 2012 at 10:39 am |

    This appears to be recycled. I thought the AL. case was dismissed.

    No info at link.

  5. I like the positive Newt. I don’t like the negative Newt. That being said, Newt is correct that Romney should explain his business experience so people understand that a rising economy will lift everyone up. A community organizer is an instigator. He likes to instigate charges of racism and class warfare. A community organizer has no idea how to start a business, how to set a budget, how to pay payroll taxes, how to avoid union bullies and how to limit business expenses so that your business does well. Romney knows how to do all these things. Sports Authority, Domino’s Pizza and Staples employ thousands of workers. They were all companies Romney helped to invest in. You don’t always pick winners, but if you don’t know the basics of investing, you will fail. A community organizer like Obama has no idea how to start a business, how to inspire a vision of the future with a new business or product, or lift the economy up and so far it’s showing. It’s time for a change.

  6. Pat 1789 | January 10, 2012 at 11:44 am |
    @ observer | January 10, 2012 at 10:39 am |

    This appears to be recycled. I thought the AL. case was dismissed.

    No info at link.

    _______________________________________

    Yes. Also, people have to realize that the government is too big. If you are going to trim the budget and get rid of federal agencies as everyone wants to do, that means firing people; thousands of people. If five agencies are cut as Ron Paul wants to do, hundreds of thousands of government workers will be fired. When Obama closed down GM dealerships, lots of business people lots their jobs. But you have to do it so that others can keep their jobs to so you can grow down the road.

  7. Pat 1789 | January 10, 2012 at 11:44 am | @ observer | January 10, 2012 at 10:39 am |

    This appears to be recycled. I thought the AL. case was dismissed.

    No info at link.

    ===============================

    Yep, I was somewhat confused about this headline as well. Just offered it as reported. Sometimes we get encouragement before all the explanation is in.

  8. When Obama closed down dealerships it had to be done to save thousands of jobs? Since when is it the role of government to shut down profitable PRIVATE businesses to save jobs elsewhere? The comment is assinine and part of what is wrong with our country right now.

  9. It was a general comment. I didn’t specifically agree with shutting down the dealerships myself. I just meant that sometimes jobs are lost and then they come back. Point being Obama will attack Romney for firing people when he fired them himself.

  10. Capitol Hilton Fundraiser last night. “Supporters of President Obama’s reelection effort paid at least $100 for tickets to attend tonight’s event. A reported 700 folks were in attendance.”
    So let us say $70K net; another sign Dem excitment is fading. With ~270 evenings before election, one event like this per evening would gross $20 million, enough for several national TV commercials. This is why he is not officially campaigning, even while primaries are underway; he is using the WH to get the campaign message out; he cannot raise the funds as he did in 2008 and must use taxpayer funds to campaign.

  11. Leaders set a tone. Isn’t it interesting how the Ron Paul supporters are always the nasty ones in the political meetings when Ron Paul calls Gingrich a chicken hawk? Just like the nasty Obama supporters too. I haven’t yet seen a Perry or a Santorum or a Romney supporter being nasty.

  12. Morning Joe: Daley Departure Shows ‘Dysfunctional White House’
    January 10, 2012 at 8:43 am – MSNBC

    Dateline: New Hampshire

    “This President is a loner. You’ve got the President, you’ve got the first lady, and you’ve got Valerie Jarrett. And everybody else they just are extras.”

    http://www.breitbart.tv/

  13. (carried over from prior thread)
    Pat 1789 | January 10, 2012 at 10:06 am |
    “Maybe oldsalt could give us a history lesson on how the USSR was brought down.”
    —————————————————————————————————

    We out spent them militarily. Something DR PAUL would not have done.

    Ron Paul knows he can’t win, he’s just setting up his son for 2016, who doesn’t have the nutter baggage.

    Prediction, the next 3 US POTUS will be 1 term.
    *************************
    Pat, I’ve come to the same conclusion, especially after hearing Sen,. Rand Paul interviewed on Fox the other night. He explained that he and his father agree on general principles but not always on the details. Rand seems to make more sense especially re. foreign policy.

  14. Bill G | January 10, 2012 at 12:40 pm |
    This is why he is not officially campaigning, even while primaries are underway; he is using the WH to get the campaign message out; he cannot raise the funds as he did in 2008 and must use taxpayer funds to campaign.
    ***********************
    Astute observation, Bill G., and seems to be in accordance with the goals of Insider and other Dems, who are wishing and working behind the scenes to try to replace their man. With the departure of Bill Daley before the election, we have added proof that all is not well in paradise.

  15. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    “The only known photos from the White House’s 2009 “Alice in Wonderland” party”

    This will scare the H out of you!

    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2012/01/09/the-only-known-photos-from-the-white-houses-2009-alice-in-wonderland-party/

    OH – The District of Columbia teachers just approved a 21% PAY RAISE

    http://inagist.com/Drudge_Report/156759943062618112/

  16. Paxson | January 10, 2012 at 12:37 pm |
    When Obama closed down dealerships it had to be done to save thousands of jobs? Since when is it the role of government to shut down profitable PRIVATE businesses to save jobs elsewhere? The comment is assinine and part of what is wrong with our country right now.
    ***********************************
    This is exactly why I posted my comment on the other thread re. the need for Romney to explain to the American voters as to how he will go about job creation.

    The venture capital business, Bain Capital, that he operated, created jobs in a manner unique to that type of enterprise. Businesses were bought up, attempts made to renovate them to profitability, and if efforts were unsuccessful, bankrupcy followed and the companies liquidated.

    The sticking point which is going to be used by the Dems is that Bain enriched themselves as a result, while many employees lost their jobs and legitimate creditors lost out. Enrichment came to Bain because of management fees sucked out before bankruptcy. That is the nature of the beast and is legal, although, in my own opinion, questionably immoral at times.

    Now, the great side of venture capital operations is that new businesses are formed that create many more jobs than lost. Also, some companies just need better management and are successfully rehabilitated to go on and hire even more people than before.

    The above is all part of the free enterprise system in America and Romney has been good at it apparently. My point is: Just how does that type of job creation fit into the national picture of creating jobs?

    What we need in this country are more favorable conditions for small businesses,( who collectively hire more employees than all) – i.e., lower taxes, less regulation and government interference, AND more security about where this country is headed.

    Romney has the job-creating experience on a certain level, but what would be his methods on a national scale? No one would be absurd enough to think that he would use Bain’s practices, but WHAT would he use?

    His tax program is anything but bold. It seems that he is banking on the fact that he has expertise in the area of job-building, but his opponents, including the Dems if he is nominated, will clobber and crucify him with the human interest stories of people who lost much under Bain’s perceived heavy-handedness.

    Governor Romney, we need to hear more.

  17. From Huffpost:

    ‘Mile High Halo’ Forms Over Tim Tebow And Mile High Stadium During Broncos Steelers Game (PHOTOS)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/09/mile-high-halo-over-broncos_n_1194204.html

  18. Does anyone know what’s happened to Lame Cherry? He or she hasn’t posted in a long time, and the last few blog entries were of a biblical nature, the message being that you did not heed my word (about Obama and related issues). Hope he or she is okay. I always enjoyed the blog.

  19. Just a brief note about the law, for what it’s worth.

    Good news: In the summer of 2008, I pointed out my ‘3:00AM epiphany’: if you want to keep Obama out of the WH; keep him off the ballot. At that time, I proposed the best state to start is GA, with a ballot eligibility law AND a law allowing ballot challenges (although pursuing the challenge was a discretionary function of the SoS). In 2011, 3 years and how many thousands of your dollars later, a lawyer brought such a ballot challenge, in GA.

    Bad news: In order to support the particular ballot eligibility challenge raised, the plaintiff must prove Obama is not a NBC. (I have always cautioned, this is a losing battle, urging, instead, the focus must remain on those people swearing he is eligible. That is, on what basis did THEY ascertain his eligibility.) The plaintiff now needs a document from HI which, plaintiff’s counsel asserts, will establish whether Obama is a NBC; she has initiated the legal procedure to obtain that document. (Whatever the document she thinks exists; this will not prove one way or the other whether he is a NBC.) In other words, current proceedings to obtain the document are only procedural, that is, she is seeking to establish a right to tell the ‘foreign’ jurisdiction – her original suit is in GA; she wants a document from HI – to hand over ‘a’ document. Thus, even assuming she can issue a demand for a document; this still does not entitle her to compel the foreign state to hand over a specific document, in this case, an otherwise privileged document, without an additional imprimatur from the court.

    No court will breach the privacy of these records on the legal basis, ‘I cannot prove the case I brought in GA on behalf of my client against Obama; unless the HI court allows me to violate Obama’s privacy.’

  20. Gianni, I agree about Lame Cherry. Some of the most insightful, interesting and God fearing posts of recent times. Based on the narratives alone, it is my opinion that the work of Lame Cherry was not only that of a genius, but inspired by God. As I read the last posts, Lame Cherry has left us with clear warnings that unheeded will lead to our desolation. We have been warned, just as prophets of the Bible had done.

  21. As usual jbjd shares some of the truth. At least one of the GA cases rests solely on NBC and the admission that Obama’s father was Kenyan making Obama a British citizen at birth, as was Chester Arthur. No BC or document from Hawaii is needed in this case; Obama’s admissions and publicly displayed BC are sufficient to support the Judge’s recommendation to the SoS that Obama has demonstrated he is not NBC. The Hawaii BC is a giant ruse encouraged by Obama’s defense lawyers. For more on this see Leo D’Onofrio and Mario Puzo, who have clearly debunked postings by jbjd over the past several years.

  22. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Gianni & Bill G – I just found this

    “About me(Lame Cherry)

    Introduction The lame cherry, the mystery of life’s experts coupled in the mind of ignorance too much the enigma to understand.”

    http://www.blogger.com/profile/16074105229643299339

    This sounds like Sir Winston Churchill’s description of The USSR

    “It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma”

    Winston must have seen the Matryoshka dolls for this quotation.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matryoshka_doll

  23. Gianni & Bill,…I just think Lame Cherry is done with all of this. I really miss him/her. That was the 1st site I went to every day. I check every day to see if there’s a new post and hope he comes back. He endured many threats from this administration via the computer/phones etc. There’s only so much one can take. I’m hoping he just takes a vacation for a while and comes back online. Gianni & Bill, if you guys ever find Lame Cherry back online, please let us all know. Thanks. I miss you Lame!!!!

  24. this is why elections are fruads. 9 people in dixville notch come on watch huntsman will run third party to pull independents away and all but asure his buddy obama a win watch. the media is relentless

  25. Tina | January 10, 2012 at 12:39 pm |
    It was a general comment. I didn’t specifically agree with shutting down the dealerships myself. I just meant that sometimes jobs are lost and then they come back. Point being Obama will attack Romney for firing people when he fired them himself.
    ————————————————————————————
    The point being Obama shut down many family businesses that were profitable in a criminal fashion, some speculate based on the political persuasion of the deal. There is HUGE difference between a venture capitalist in the FREE market restructuring a firm to become profitable and the government picking and choosing winners and losers. There is absolutely no comparison except for the fact that it was one of Obama’s first criminal acts in power.

  26. That extra element in Orly’s case that goes beyond differing interpretations that the judge can choose from is the question of current fraud with evidence and lack of evidence to prove otherwise:

    Read the rest here: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/

    While all three attorneys representing plaintiffs, including myself, believe that the intent of the framers of the Constitution and the correct interpretation is jus solis+ jus sanguinis, meaning natural born is one born in the country to citizen parents, we know, that the holding in Wong Kim Ark is different. If judge Malihi rules along the lines of Wong Kim Ark, Hattfield’s and Irion’s cases are over, as there is nothing else there. My case also brings evidence of lack of any valid identification papers, the fact, that the state of HI is stonewalling and refusing to provide for examination the alleged original long form birth certificate, particularly in light of the fact, that the alleged copy was shown to be a forgery. I, also, bring forward an issue of lack of a valid SSN and the fact, that Obama used different last names.

  27. Yoo hoo! My 5:00p.m. is now in moderation….and no youtube embedded this time….go figure. Help please?

  28. Interested Bystander

    observer,

    Happens to me all of the time also.

  29. Interested Bystander

    Pat commented:

    “We out spent them militarily. Something DR PAUL would not have done.”

    You simply didn’t get my point.

    That being that what WE did to the USSR is what the rest of the world is doing to US.

    IF we continue to spend the way we are, we will have the same fate as the USSR.

    And you are right, Paul WON’T allow that to happen, he KNOWS what is on the horizon if we continue to spend like drunken sailors, AND he’s HONEST about it.

    You do know that we outspend the rest of the world on our military than pretty much the rest of the world COMBINED, or maybe you don’t.

    “Ron Paul knows he can’t win, he’s just setting up his son for 2016, who doesn’t have the nutter baggage.”

    Paul doesn’t have “nutter baggage” Pat, he has REASONABLE solutions to a very big problem.

    To be honest, it’s people like you, who support Romney, who have the “nutter baggage”.

    Does Romney even have a plan to reduce the deficit? If he does, I sure haven’t heard him promoting it.

    As a matter of fact, Romney sounds alot like Obama did in 2008. He has some good RHETORIC, but I have yet to hear him talk about HOW he is going to fix the problems.

    “Prediction, the next 3 US POTUS will be 1 term.”

    Yeah, and the last prediction you made was that Paul would be “done” after Iowa, and from where I sit, Paul is in line to place second in the NH primary. The final ballots have not been counted yet, and things change, but how can Paul win, when all of the “pundits” (who know better than you by the way… sarcasm noted), tell the IGNORANT electorate that Paul is “dangerous”, it’s no wonder.

  30. Cabby – AZ | January 10, 2012 at 12:47 pm |

    Cabby, I like Rand Paul and his time will come.
    He’s a citizen politician if there ever was one.

  31. Interested Bystander

    Hey All,

    I just do not get how you could be posting about how the President “creates” jobs.

    The President can NOT create jobs. The President CAN regulate businesses so that they have no other choice than to make tough decisions.

    Tina commented:

    “If five agencies are cut as Ron Paul wants to do, hundreds of thousands of government workers will be fired.”

    I’m all for getting people off of the Government “dole”. Just think of all of the money we save, and all of the POWER we take out of the hands of those in Washington, and give it back to the STATES (well except for California).

    Tina, if STATES think that the departments Paul closes is beneficial to the people of their STATE, then the STATES can open up those departments and actually have to PAY for them.

    My question would be:

    WHY is the Federal Government employing “hundreds of thousands” of government workers anyway?

    And have you seen the PENSIONS they get? They get Government PENSIONS along with Social Security. They do pretty good for themselves in retirement. A heck of a lot better than I will ever do in the private sector.

    And you think this is right?

  32. Russia spent ten years and all their money, beggared their country, in the middle east, just to give up and go away. “If you can’t learn by history, you are doomed to repeat it.”
    We’ve spent all our money, and we will now have to go away, too.

  33. Yeah, and the last prediction you made was that Paul would be “done” after Iowa, and from where I sit, Paul is in line to place second in the NH primary. The final ballots have not been counted yet, and things change, but how can Paul win, when all of the “pundits” (who know better than you by the way… sarcasm noted), tell the IGNORANT electorate that Paul is “dangerous”, it’s no wonder.
    —————————————————————————————-

    Ron Paul is done, your in denial.

    Regardless he’s unelectable, to old.

  34. updated,

    Orly T. responded and dodged the charges against her.

    Read fo yourselves……..

    http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2012/01/open-letter-regarding-subpoenas-in.html#comment-form

  35. Interested Bystander

    cabby commented:

    “Rand seems to make more sense especially re. foreign policy.”

    I will respectfully DISagree with you.

    Ron Paul’s foreign policy agenda is REASONABLE and is supported by those in the military who will be called upon IF his policy is implemented and fails. It would seem to me that those in the military would NOT support someone who would implement a policy that would send them in harms way.

    I just love it that NO ONE disputes the point that the military supports Paul more than ALL of the other candidates COMBINED.

    The bottom line is, the Republican primary voter has a CHOICE. They can stay on the course of this President, sticking our nose in everyone else’s business, and trying to solve the world’s problems by strong arming them (which has a history of being a MAJOR failure).

    or

    We can get our soldiers out of harms way, and keep our nose out of the world’s business, and understand that the FIRST priority of the President ought to be taking care of OUR OWN Country.

  36. If I may speak on behalf of all who find themselves at one time or another taken hostage by the “moderation” bogeyman….I’d like to thank CW who, once notified, is expeditious in his liberation of us!

  37. Supreme Court Hears Case of Workers Fighting Union Over Dues Spent on Political Efforts

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/01/10/supreme-court-hears-case-workers-fighting-union-over-dues-spent-on-political/#ixzz1j6ZyelOv

  38. Whistleblower

    Bill Daley Ordered Investigation Into Obama Green Energy Loans – Two Months Later He’s Gone…

    http://theulstermanreport.com/2012/01/10/bill-daley-ordered-investigation-into-obama-green-energy-loans-two-months-later-hes-gone/

  39. Whistleblower, thanks for that link. This sheds more light on the inner workings that served to get Daley out, apparently before he so planned.

  40. Interested Bystander | January 10, 2012 at 6:08 pm |
    IB, you don’t have to convince us that you strongly support Dr. Paul. We hear you and respect your choice. It is just that I, and some others, don’t agree with you on his ability to hold the highest office in the land.

    His fiscal ideas are sound, most would agree, but the way he would govern is questionable, because he hasn’t seemed to demonstrate leadership qualities during his tenure in the House. That would be my own first objection.

    Secondly, of course, I would much more favor his son, Sen. Rand Paul’s approach to foreign policy. He has said that he and his dad do not agree on details along that line.

    Another very important issue is his misunderstanding of the danger that Islam presents. He must choose to not be informed of the intentions of radical Islam to rule the world. He seems to think that their belligerence towards the West is because we have meddled in their affairs.

    Those who have studied Islam, including their Koran, understand that the Jihadists believe that they must kill the infidel. Period. Infidels are anyone who refuse to accept Islamic rule. Being nice to them will not change their goal, because they believe that Allah has ordained that they achieve world conquest. It is a RELIGION with them. Dr. Paul doesn’t seem to get it.

    Let’s just leave it at that. We all have our own convictions and will express them at the ballot box.

  41. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Looks like Ron Paul is second place winner and Romney #1 in NH. Ron Paul runs as an independent and sucks a large percentage of voters from Obama. No one gets the 271 electoral college votes, thereby the Republican Congress selects the next POTUS.

  42. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Karl Rove – Call your office!!

  43. observer | January 10, 2012 at 12:32 pm |

    Pat 1789 | January 10, 2012 at 11:44 am | @ observer | January 10, 2012 at 10:39 am |

    This appears to be recycled. I thought the AL. case was dismissed.

    No info at link.

    ===============================

    Yep, I was somewhat confused about this headline as well. Just offered it as reported. Sometimes we get encouragement before all the explanation is in.
    *****************************************
    observer, there was two more cases being filed at the same time Hendershots case was being dismissed.

  44. Minor v. Happersett Revisited.
    Posted in Uncategorized on January 9, 2012 by naturalborncitizen

    [My previous report was in three parts, with the first being a rather extensive exposure of a misquote by the SCOTUS in both McCreery v. Somerville and Wong Kim Ark. The second part exposed fraudulent propaganda from Maskell’s most recent CRS memo. And the final part examined Minor v. Happersett in light of some of the arguments being offered against its precedent, providing new analysis of key provisions of the holding therein. I am reprinting the section on Minor now as a separate post because it is crucial to understanding the case, and it appears to have been somewhat swallowed up by the first two parts.]

    http://naturalborncitizen.wordpress.com/

  45. Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | January 10, 2012 at 9:14 pm |
    Looks like Ron Paul is second place winner and Romney #1 in NH. Ron Paul runs as an independent and sucks a large percentage of voters from Obama. No one gets the 271 electoral college votes, thereby the Republican Congress selects the next POTUS.
    *****************************
    Mr. Bill, I have thought about that quite a bit, and believe you are right on this possibility. Paul WOULD suck voters away from Obama, because many of the Dems are disillusioned and could not bring themselves to vote for a Repub., in any event.

    Another possibility is a brokered Repub convention, IF, and it’s a big IF, there is not a clearly defined winner in the Repub primaries, OR the Repub establishment does not like the primary outcome. That would not be good, imo.

  46. Interested Bystander

    Cabby,

    Answer me this question;

    Why, if Paul’s foreign policy aganda is so “dangerous”, is the men and women who wear our uniform supporting him by more than all of the other candidates combined?

    Could it be that they AGREE with his foreign policy agenda?

    Islam IS a religion, and as far as I’m concerned, as long as they leave us and our allies alone, then they have nothing to worry about.

    WE are the ones in THEIR Countries trying to tell them how to run things.

    It just won’t work, all it will do is make them even madder.

    Why don’t you folks realize that?

  47. Interested Bystander

    By the way,

    Congrats to Mitt, the “next man in line” for the Republican nomination.

    But most of all, CONGRATS to the voters who punched the Ron Paul ticket, who dispite all of the negative rhetoric thrown their way, have become INFORMED and realized that the rhetoric is simply that, rhetoric.

    As Paul said last night WE ARE DANGEROUS, dangerous to the status quo.

    It’s time for a CHANGE in this Country. A CHANGE that takes us BACK to being governed by the Constitution.

    Go gettum Dr Paul.

  48. Good Morning all! I too could see Ron Paul in the VP slot to hold the establishment’s feet to the fire. The President would not be sidestepping Congress.

    The VP slot is going to be vital to turnout of Conservative/Constitutionalist vote.

    Palin? Todd Palin? Paul Ryan? Rep. West? Gov. Martinez? from N. M.?

  49. Good morning Zach, et al.

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