I know the post-debate MSNBC poll is a non-scientific poll, but it's good to see that Ron Paul left such a favorable impression with presidential debate devotees last night. I'd suspect he's got the establishment a little nervous.
Ron Paul did very well in the debate last night.
I was listening to the Jerry Hughes show for a bit this afternoon on Accent Radio Network, and he suspected that if Mr. Paul starts doing well in the polls, things will get a bit dicey with him as juxtaposed with the establishmentarians. I agree with Mr. Hughes that Candidate Paul is the least palatable candidate for them. (Interestingly, (of this writing) he is one of the few who does not have a "candidate page" on MSNBC).
Awesome! All the better for him to win!
I've always had a great deal of respect for him, even though we see slightly differently on issues of morality as they relate to politics. But he's my choice at this point. Sorry Mitt.
I don't know how an unscientific poll will relate to statistical polls, but it would do my heart good to see Ron Paul move up in the standings as it were. I am so tired of establishment panderers. Mitt is one. Hillary is one. Rudy is one. Barrack is one. McCain is one.
Very few aren't. Ron Paul is not. More than anything in the world right now, this is the kind of person we need for President of the United States.
Here are some of the unscientific poll numbers that have me excited.
First: More than anyone else, Ron Paul stood out from the pack. He is the most unique, and therefore I think uniquely qualfied candidate.
Secondly, more people thought he had the most leadership qualities than did people of any other candidate.
Thirdly, he was far and away the most convincing candidate. This is the man we need. There's too much filthy falsehood masquerading as truth in Hollyw--I mean Washington D.C., and we need a man who can tell it to us straight. No one has done that since Ronald Reagan left the White House.
A man who knows what he stands for doesn't have to rehearse his answers. Ron Paul rated very well in this category. Notice the three who rated very high--the ones who pander most to the American puppeteers.
Ron Paul was seldom seen to have avoided a question. The big three rated pretty poorly in that regard as well.
Ron Paul has always had a way with words. So I am not surprised that he won in the "best one-liner" category. Sounds a bit "Reaganesque" to me-- doesn't it you? Following the Presidential era of a man who continually steps on his dangling modifier and has a penchant for rehearsed answers, Ron Paul would be a breath of fresh air.
I hope soon to hear the words, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States--Mr. Ron Paul!"