Thursday, April 15, 2010

Obama 42%; Ron Paul 41%

I love it!!!

From Rasmussen yesterday:

Pit maverick Republican Congressman Ron Paul against President Obama in a hypothetical 2012 election match-up, and the race is – virtually dead even.... A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of likely voters finds Obama with 42% support and Paul with 41% of the vote... Ask the Political Class, though, and it’s a blowout. While 58% of Mainstream voters favor Paul, 95% of the Political Class vote for Obama.

I've done a few things in my life. But having driven to New Hampshire to help on RPs 2008 Presidential campaign was definitely one of the better moments of my life. I lost my voice on the night of Sunday January 6, 2008... two days before the Tuesday NH primary. I was leading the chant "Ron Paul r3VOLution, legalize the Constitution."

As RP is fond of saying "revolutions don't happen overnight." So I'm fine with him losing. I never expected him to win. But with time, it seems that people are either starting to see that Ron Paul is actual change - though he is a radical. Or that America's presumptive assassin, King Obama, is little more than Bush on steroids.

Go Ron Paul!!!

Btw, his son Rand Paul - who is running for a US Senate seat from Kentucky - just got endorsed by the outgoing Senator, Jim Bunning. And polls indicate that Rand may actually win both his GOP primary and the general in November.

Tim White


Anonymous said...

A lot of people who voted for Obama are having buyers remourse. If Obama were to rematch with McCain today, McCain would win.

Looks good for the GOP in 2012, but please keep the bimbo Palin and wingnut Huckeby off the ticket!

Anonymous said...

McCain isn't exactly Strikeforce 3.

Elect a conservative capitalist and you will restore order to the chaos in Washington and the uncertainty on main street. The current regime is bent on a socialist transformation Americans cannot abide by. Hope and Change must be confronted with NOPE and ACTION the good old American CAN DO ANYTHING approach.