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Vote for Ron Paul
because he CAN win

CNN Poll shows Ron Paul
as the Best Candidate
to Defeat Obama

According to the [CNN] poll, taken before the announcement of Osama bin Laden's death, President Barack Obama has an edge over all the top GOP candidates in hypothetical match-ups.

Who does best against Obama? --- Ron Paul.

The congressman from Texas, who also ran as a libertarian candidate for president in 1988 and who is well liked by many in the tea party movement, trails the president by only seven points (52 to 45 percent) in a hypothetical general election showdown.

Huckabee trails by eight points.

Romney down 11 points to Obama.

The poll indicates the president leading Gingrich by 17 points, Palin by 19, and Trump by 22 points.

Donald Trump -- "You're fired!"

Ron Paul -- "You're hired!"

Townhall Poll

Townhall Poll- April
Next time someone tells you that you should not "throw your vote away" on someone who cannot win, tell them that you will certainly
NOT be voting for Donald Trump.

What galling audacity Donald Trump has of trumpting at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference that “Ron Paul cannot get elected”!

Indeed, with Ron Paul having been elected 11 times to Congress equated to none for Trump, it is Donald Trump who is more likely unable to get himself elected, even if he did become the media-Scribe, hand-appointed "Republican Messiah," for Hope and Change.

Do not let yourself be misled by boring media-Scribe CNN headlines like “CNN Poll: Still no front-runner in the battle for the GOP nomination,” which attempt to hide in plain sight the biggest headline sensation this year -- "CNN poll: Ron Paul has the best chance to defeat Barack Obama!"

The second distortion in the CNN poll report is in mostly focusing the report only on who Republicans want to vote for, as if that was the most important part of an election. So the CNN headline was technically correct in saying that there was no significant difference "inside" the Republican party, with Republicans alone wanting Huckabee at 16% and Ron Paul at only 10%.

Seems as though the Republican Party is more an enemy to the absolute moral and common sense clarity of Ron Paul than the Democrat Party is.

        Pick a winner
            Pick a Constitutionalist
                Pick Ron Paul for 2012!


Paul Steinhauser
CNN Poll: Still no front-runner in the battle for the GOP nomination

Michael Tennant
CNN Poll: Ron Paul Stands Best Chance Against Obama

The Presidential Straw PollApril

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