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Conservatives give Ron Paul a big win in Republican Debate


According to website ConservativesBetrayed.com Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul was the biggest winner in last night’s Presidential debate. At the time of this writing Paul led the poll with 47 percent. Mitt Romney was a distant second with 21 percent. Paul won among Conservatives with 38 percent of the vote. Libertarians gave him a whopping 88 percent.

The booby prizes went to John McCain and Rudy Giuliani who were dubbed the biggest losers each with about 35 percent of the vote.

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  1. May 4, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    Even more impressive is the MSNBC before and after Rate the Candidates poll with over 70,000 each showing Paul by far the winner going from 47% negative , 9% positive before to 29% – , 32% + afterwards . The clear second winner was Romney .

    It’s interesting Ron Paul still seems very under-represented in commentary on MSNBC today .

  2. May 4, 2007 at 9:48 pm

    It’s interesting Ron Paul still seems very under-represented in commentary on MSNBC today.

    I’ve just asked my friend why Ron Paul hasn’t received the media attention that the other candidates have been receiving. He said, “The media see him as a big threat. Peruse his articles on his website and you’ll see what I mean.” I dunno.

  3. May 4, 2007 at 10:10 pm

    He did make a telling comment when asked about the Media . He said given the freedom of the internet , the major media don’t matter so much . Some are with you , some are against you ; that’s freedom .

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