Monday, December 19, 2011

Ron Paul could win Iowa: GOP Must Expose and Stop Closet Jihadist

Paul’s lead is built in large part with the support of non-Republicans
‎"What especially worries Iowa Republican regulars is the possibility that Paul could win here on January 3rd with the help of Democrats and independents who change their registration to support the libertarian-leaning Texas congressman but then don’t support the GOP nominee next November. . . public polling shows that Paul’s lead is built in large part with the support of non-Republicans – and few party veterans think such voters would stick with the GOP in November. They’ll all go back and vote for Obama.”

WILL THEY BELIEVE US NOW? Ron Paul could win Iowa and GOP leaders should stop ignoring him. It is time to oppose the Ron Paul Revolution. Two more polls are out this afternoon, and Insider Advantage also gives the Texan the Iowa lead.
Their results are: Paul 24, Romney 18, Perry 16 and Gingrich 13. PPP today has Paul in second place in New Hampshire. Paul is gaining considerable momentum in IA and NH because so few people will speak out in opposition to his lunacy.

How in the world could America let the Global Jihad and 9-11 truthers get their Pro-Iran Pro-Hamas Pro-Hizbollah spokesman and PR man into #1 nomination spot? We've already let them destroy every GOP candidate except for Romney. Oil money and pro-Palestine liberals already helped get Bush and Obama into office before. Nobody can see what is happening. Republicans won't attack Paul, and liberals won't attack him.

Ron Paul is not crazy. The reason he looks like he supports 9-11 truthers, Iran, Hamas, Hizbollah and apologizes for bin Laden and Awlaki is BECAUSE HE ACTUALLY SUPPORTS THEM. Is there any evidence he doesn't support our enemies? And so do his supporters. So which side on the War On Terror / Islam do you think he working for to help? 

Ron Paul stealth jihadists are all over the CBS post. Romney and Gingrich need to both attack Ron Paul, who is concentrating on sinking Gingrich. 

Romney tries out new media openness strategy: Seeking to further erode Newt Gingrich's declining support, Mitt Romney used a pair of nationally televised interviews on Monday to criticize his rival's call for getting tougher on activist judges while also explaining his views on abortion - an issue on which some conservatives regard him suspiciously.

FULL STORY via Political Hotsheet
Romney hits the airwaves more often now, attacking rivals and answering questions, attempting to gain ground on Gingrich Read more by Sarah B. Boxer on CBS News' Political Hotsheet.

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  • 12 people like this.

    • Razalin Silvera Now that Romney has endorsed Ron Paul for President, he's going on the offensive against Gingrich to derail Newts campaign and get rid of him once and for all.
      28 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Walt Fasolis Jr Its still to early for this political BS. Is the media this desperate for news?
      24 minutes ago · 

    • Zack Brown RON PAUL 2012!
      24 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Yvonne Aalvik Taylor I won't be voting for either one of them. I like Ron Paul.
      23 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Kyle Agorist Horton Ron Paul has both of these RINO's beat. What sort of trump media outlet is CBS these days? Lmao.
      23 minutes ago ·  ·  2

    • Sean Ryan Ron Paul 2012
      21 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Ed Talby Anybody but Gingrich ! Even Stephen Colbert would be OK.<- Morrocan
      20 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Sean Ryan More people are talking about Ron Paul than any other canidate, on whatever blog or new feed, Why cant the news be just as fair!
      20 minutes ago ·  ·  3

    • Lonnie Lawson RON PAUL 2012! STOP the MSM blackout! C'mon CBS, grow a pair and let's start some responsible journalism <-- Likes Tayyab iqbal (Vice Chairman of National Peace Committee 

      18 minutes ago ·  ·  3

    • N Elizabeth Johansen I liked Newt all the way up till he shoved his head up his aa$$$$. While we could use a judicial review of judges, such a review would have to be done by the Judicial Branch to be in line with the constitution.
      15 minutes ago ·  ·  1

    • Chris Willette Romney is a snake, and Gingrich is a hypocritical, overemphasized NWO blowhard
      14 minutes ago ·  ·  4

    • James Warren Who cares Ron Paul is taking the lead... CBS is entangled with the Obama administration.. It's just business it's expected of them. They are all against us the American people anyways, and Americans are realizing this. They are also realizing that their rights are getting the axe, and that is why Ron Paul continues to grow past the corruption!
      4 minutes ago · 

    • Michelle Whitlock Cadle Why does the media ignore Ron Paul? Common sense says that's who we support!!!
      3 minutes ago · 

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