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View Poll Results: Who do you support in 2012
Cain 19 47.50%
Perry 5 12.50%
Paul 10 25.00%
Bachmann 0 0%
Santorum 1 2.50%
Obama 5 12.50%
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Old 10-03-2011, 05:55 AM
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2012 Who do you support so far?

Cain,Paul, Perry, Bachmann, Huntsman, Santorum

Who do you like and why?
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Ron Paul. Because he's the only one who will actually try to do what's needed, and not try to "please the party."
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Outside of his fiscal policy I cant support much
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I'm still way up in the air on any of them. A bunch of it sounds like the same ol same ol!
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I like Herman Cain. Politicians are what got this country in the crappy shape it's now in, and maybe, just maybe, a businessman can help get us out of the hole. I've heard lots of people say he has no experience as a politician, but as far as I'm concerned, that's a huge plus. I'm damn tired of career politicians. I'd love to see someone in the White House that can get congress to work together, and maybe Cain has the experience to get that done. What's need is a leader, not a "politician" and for damn sure, not a community organizer.
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Old 10-03-2011, 01:22 PM
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i support cain, but does he really have a chance though? he seems to be making more momentum these days.
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Old 10-03-2011, 01:32 PM
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ron paul! He is close as they come to the founding fathers.
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Old 10-05-2011, 05:51 PM
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I like Herman Cain. Politicians are what got this country in the crappy shape it's now in, and maybe, just maybe, a businessman can help get us out of the hole. I've heard lots of people say he has no experience as a politician, but as far as I'm concerned, that's a huge plus. I'm damn tired of career politicians. I'd love to see someone in the White House that can get congress to work together, and maybe Cain has the experience to get that done. What's need is a leader, not a "politician" and for damn sure, not a community organizer.
My thoughts too. Been listening to him for a couple of months now and like what he has to say. I think the fact that he is not a career politician is a plus for him. He has one heck of a track record in business as well.

Fiscally, Paul is ok. Socially, I think he's a nut job.
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:54 AM
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I'm on the Cain train.

I was listening to Rush the other day and he played a clip of a lady who said conservatives voting for Cain was racist
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:47 AM
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On fiscal issues and on civil liberties, RON PAUL is clearly the way to go. That being said, he has virtually no foreign policy and a 'head in the sand' mentality regarding the threat posed to us by Islamic radicals who wish ALL OF US dead.

Perry is a theocratic neocon, Romney is Obama Lite, Bachmann is hot-looking but otherwise she is nuckin futs and Santorum is so smarmy that I would not even buy a used car from him. Gingrich has some great ideas, but carries enough personal baggage to open his own Samsonite store. Gary Johnson has some good pro-liberty ideas, but his campaign seems to be floundering. Gov. Chris Christie, although no conservative, did well with "average joes" like me; but he wisely bowed out of the race earlier this week. It would not surprise me to see him run in 2016 if circumstances permit.

At first, I was not sure about Herman Cain -- but the more I see him on TV, the more I like him. He is able to hold his own under media scrutiny and does well when shoots from the hip. His "9-9-9" plan is not perfect, but it is a far cry better than what we have now. Now that is a black man I could support to be our next President!!

In a nutshell, ANY of them would be preferable to Obama.....but I want to vote FOR someone, rather than AGAINST the other guy.
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