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By: Digg Needs a Ron Paul Category · New York Articles

Thu, 31 May 2007 01:08:57 +0000

[...] Internet long shot presidential candidate, Republican-but-really-a-libertarian Ron Paul. Despite polling under 2% in traditional polls, Ron Paul has won every major Internet poll. His supporters have dominated the Internet- they may [...]

By: Digg Needs a Ron Paul Category · Kokorec

Mon, 28 May 2007 19:58:56 +0000

[...] Internet long shot presidential candidate, Republican-but-really-a-libertarian Ron Paul. Despite polling under 2% in traditional polls, Ron Paul has won every major Internet poll. His supporters have dominated the Internet- they may [...]


Sun, 27 May 2007 05:06:20 +0000

What we are witnessing right now is a revolution - on SEVERAL grounds. a) Ron Paul's message is being spread far and wide, REGARDLESS of the final outcome of the race. His educating of the populace will have far-reaching effects. *see the following: b) The media censorship and/or maligning of Dr. Paul is waking up more and more people to the fact that the mainstream media lie/distort, and therefore can't be trusted any longer. *See the following: and c) I think Ron Paul will continue to do MUCH better than anyone expects, thereby forcing the evil power-brokers in the media/government to take drastic measures in order to silence him and his message. THIS will end up causing a mighty revolution of which they cannot control.

By: Walt Thiessen

Tue, 22 May 2007 10:38:43 +0000's four days later, and there are still no published polls from either California or South Carolina post-debates that include Ron Paul. Why do I have the sneaking suspicion that there aren't going to be any polls of that kind?

By: Digg Needs a Ron Paul Category « Neomeme

Tue, 22 May 2007 00:27:16 +0000

[...] Internet long shot presidential candidate, Republican-but-really-a-libertarian Ron Paul. Despite polling under 2% in traditional polls, Ron Paul has won every major Internet poll. His supporters have dominated the Internet- they may [...]

By: TerryP

Mon, 21 May 2007 00:57:04 +0000

I agree that Ron Paul should make his beliefs about Bin Laden, his vote for going after Al-Qaeda more known and differentiated from his beliefs about Iraq and his votes about that issue. His five minutes with Tucker Carlson prior to the last debate is excellent. He does a very good job explaining his views about foreign policy as well as domestic spending. There is post further up on this. Go watch it. There are only a couple of comments at this time so it doesn't look like to many of the posters here have seen it. I will be voting for Ron Paul if I get the chance.

By: Robert

Sat, 19 May 2007 05:33:40 +0000

One other thing I'd like to add. Almost each comment made by Ron Paul supporters and people hearing the message, have made intelligent and insightful points that are varied and different then another's. From YouTube to News sites, to blogs like this one...people who support Ron Paul write comments using reason and a clarity of mind that is unparalleled in public discussion when observing the objective reality of Mass Media and reality. It's amazing, it's as if people are actually thinking about these things for THEMSELVES. I wonder if MSM can handle that?

By: Robert

Sat, 19 May 2007 05:25:50 +0000

Polls do not reflect reality in my opinion. But the internet does. And people who are supportive of Ron Paul is getting wider as his exposure grows. Its not so much the man himself people are turning on to, but it's the IDEAS he's expressing and supporting. People can think for themselves when given choice, the internet is giving that choice and reality will reflect that when the time comes to vote. Support Ron Paul and the ideas of Liberty.

By: ricquejon

Sat, 19 May 2007 03:58:46 +0000

anyone who has even an elementary grasp of math can understand the power of exponential growth. something short of that, but nevertheless powerful is taking place here. in my area alone within less than a week of a meetup being started, it has grown to 50 members. this is without the avertising and hiring that any of the other campaigns would have to do to match this. I have personally turned over a dozen family and friends to ron paul's freedom message. and i am probably only average among his supporters. any amount of money could not hire people like that. at least since the 1980s we have awaited this opportunity and we feel this is americas last shot at preserving our liberty. even if rp had only thousands of supporters, just do the math. its a while before the elections. give me 1 cent, double it each day, i will be a millionaire in a month. and don't underestimate the power of the internet, and the alternative media...remember when apple and microsoft were laughed at by big blue ibm. how about yahoo and google.and what about those puny little "rice burner" cars from japan... beware, the 21st century is upon is old school politics and the mainstream media that are becoming irrelevent...

By: Lorin

Sat, 19 May 2007 03:46:57 +0000

POLLS ARE NOT ELECTIONS !!! I can't believe that anyone for any reason can be "eliminated" from an election by poll numbers. If this is the case then our Republic is doomed. All of these candidates should go all the way to New Hampshire, and perhaps a few states beyond that before anyone can make any determinations about anything. Remember Buchanan in New Hampshire in 88 ? Remember when Reagan was considered an oddball ? I am so sick of polls i could spit.

By: As if The Bush Kennedy Amnesty Bill didn't alienate us..

Sat, 19 May 2007 02:26:54 +0000

The current GOP works for the interests of illegal aliens and Israel. Ariel Sharon was right when he commented, "we run America." Either the GOP reinstates Ron Paul's brand of old-school Republicanism or all right leaning swing votes need to vote EN MASSE for the strongest competitor of whoever the GOP nominates. I for one will vote for Ron Paul even if I have to write him in. Sorry, I don't support McCain's pending War on Iran. I think Bush's foreign policy has created more than enough terrorists for the next century of Americans to deal with.

By: paul

Sat, 19 May 2007 01:27:10 +0000

it would be just intelligent politics for the GOP to give the presidental nod to Ron Paul, think about it. the GOP knows it lost november because of their failed foreign policy. if republicans wish to regain control of congress then need ron paul as president, and fully support him. help him to bring our nation back to its constitutional roots.

By: Wyche Robinson

Sat, 19 May 2007 01:26:10 +0000

It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the government from falling into error. Robert H. Jackson Do we believe this or are we just trying to look smart. Are we a bunch of wussies? Who cares what those media whores think about Dr Paul? He is putting his life on the line for us. Those guys get get paid big bucks to push whoever pays them the most. Dr. Paul will only fail us if we fail him. Pressure the Republican Party to keep him on the debates. Let them know, that we know, what they are up to, and we will make sure the Republican Party will fade into the history books if they do it. Just because he is not a neo-con mouthpiece, does mean he is not a Republican. Lets show these jerks the true power of the internet and America. Get pumped up guys, this just the beginning.

By: Matt Silb

Sat, 19 May 2007 00:41:02 +0000

What off-line polls do, which on-line do not, is give a good prediction of who is going to win a primary/election. And that is what matters. Having 10,000 enthusiastic supporters does not mean as much as 100,000 half hearted voters. If people care about Paul they will contribute and volunteer. If he has money and workers it will mean something. Otherwise he is just another Internet bubble.

By: Shane

Sat, 19 May 2007 00:30:53 +0000

I used to be included in the polls when I gave a lot of money to campaigns. Let me explain how the likely voter thing works: 1. You give a lot of money, so your information is published by law 2. The pollsters get this list, which is of likely voters, for free Any questions so far? Ok so even if you are likely to vote (i.e. my mother who served as an election judge for years and always votes, never got the polling packets & phone calls I did) you aren't counted. Because you did not get on the list, because you didn't give money, and since money is god in America, it's all that is really measured.