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How I know Paul is really beating Romney

The title may (or may not be) a little misleading, but this is a great video. It shows all of the different speeches and rallies that Ron Paul has held. You DO NOT see these types of crowds at any other candidate's rallies. This is how I know that Paul is really the choice of the people. The funniest thing is, you won't see these on the media. This is a far cry from when Obama was holding his rallies and they platered his big crowds all over the place. Vote for Ron Paul for POTUS 2012!


Added: May-5-2012 Occurred On: May-5-2012
By: Texaroni
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  • Ron Paul 2012. Anyone else and you're voting for more of the same.

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  • The Last Best Hope for USA...!!

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  • That's a Beautiful Thing!! RON PAUL 2012!!

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  • Yes to Ron Paul - NO to Romney. For what it's worth.

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  • My vote will be for Paul this fall,if the republicans don't nominate him ,It'll be four more years for Obama.I guarantee

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  • The swine in the large media corporations really don't need to be in this country. I don't care where they go but they need to GTFO of here.

    Ron Paul supporters like Ron Paul and what he says. Mittney supporters just want to beat Bohama. Bohama supporters are like the children in 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin'.

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  • too many stubborn old folks don't see eye to eye with paul, mainly because of his foreign policy. if the man was 45 right now, he would eventually become president

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  • There is word that the DHS is preparing for massive civil unrest and a civil war that is brewing in America AND THERE REASON TO BELIEVE THIS? THE COLLAPSE OF THE DOLLAR! THIS IS BS! THEY KNOW AMERICA IS TIRED OF CORRUPT ELECTIONS AND THIEVING THUGS IN WASHINGTON!. AMERICA HAS SPOKEN, DR PAUL IS THE MAN AND WHEN IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT THE PUPPETEERS HAVE RULED OUT DR PAUL, AMERICANS ACROSS THE NATION WILL RISE UP!. WE MUST END THIS CYCLE OF FRAUD AND CORRUPTION!. IF NOT FOR US! FOR THE SAKE OF OUR More..

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  • yes the title is a little misleading, ron paul has a total of just over 100 delegates right now, while romney is close to 900.


    i like ron paul, i feel he would make a great president. the sad thing is he has no chance at all. there is no way he could win at this point in the race.

    maybe in another 4 years.

    untill then, i am not voting for romney nor obama. they are one in the same. there policies are the same and they are bought by the same corporations.

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    • @kanns01 No. Romney does not have 900 delegates. The projections that the media is reporting are based on Romney actually winning the states listed in the video above. His real delegate count is in the mid to high 600s and Paul's is approaching 200. It is HIGHLY possible that Romney will not get the 1,144 delegates needed.

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    • @Humanfuse FOX news finally came out the other day and admitted that Paul had won the plurality in at least 5 states and had qualified to have his name on the ballot at the RNC.

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  • Ron Paul is hoping to stage a coupe of the Republican party. While the other candidates have been trying to get votes and RP went for the delegates. (I have videos of this on my channel).

    I have abandoned hopes of the Republican party ever getting away from trickle-down economics (class warfare) and social conservativism (war of women), but if you want real change in the GOP (help Ron Paul) otherwise put them out of their misery and vote for Obama. I am for putting down the lame horse.

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    • @mabutoo

      LOL you are such an occutard...

      "....(class warfare) and social conservativism (war of women..."

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    • @mabutoo Ron Paul is the only republican, the rest are chicken hawk libs hiding behind a neo-con front. Its about as convincing as Rick Perry's whole carrying around a giant silver laser sighted handgun, that useless strawman/Bush 2.0 ,al gore worshipping, big government loving empty suit. It was an insult to firearms everywhere....I used to want a gun like that ffs.

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    • @ArrestU Yes, trickle-down economics is class warfare. We the middle-class are suppose to let rich people pay less taxes (which means we pay more), take lower paying jobs so executives can get massive bonuses, then hold our hands out like beggars and hope the rich create jobs for people who can't afford to buy anything. That is absolute class warfare.

      Social conservatism is some BS word for taking away a woman's right to choose what happens to her body (aka anti-abortion), but since it has no More..

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    • @oldboy6o4 I actually agree with you. I think Ron Paul is the REpublicans last hope for sensibility, but the GOP has some extremely corrupting and tempting forces in its ranks. My amazement comes from the fact that so few Republicans see it that way.

      This election (like all) should be about who has a better idea for running our country not 'well at least I am not the other guy'.

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    • @mabutoo Fuckin eh man, hear hear.

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  • Vote it up Fellow Paulites.

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  • its not just here in the U.S. that want RON PAUL 2012, its other countries around the world that want him as president too!

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  • Nice.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvMHopVwyXY

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  • hahahaha, wow...I really wish these people would give up. RP is NEVER going to win. He doesn't even do well on live TV so how the fuck is he going to win at all. He's opposite of the Tea Party...in issues and supporters (not enough to make a difference). GIVE UP!

    ..a tissue for RP supporters..
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  • How many of those people are registered republicans, registered to vote in the primaries?
    Yeah....exactly.

    This is why America is so fucked up.
    It is being controlled by a small group of LOUD people. NOT POPULAR VOTE.
    If you want to win, you just get the jewish vote, the catholic vote, and the elderly vote.
    Boom! You win!

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    • @castanza128 So what you're saying is that these people are taking the time out of their busy day, brave the traffic and crowds to go to a speech but they won't go down to the poll and vote?

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    • @Texaroni they will vote in the election, sure.
      they wont vote in the primary though, unless they are registered Republicans. Independents (most ron Paul supporters) cannot vote.

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    • @castanza128 I guess that makes sense. I have noticed that many people speak in the future-tense when they're talking about voting. They'll say that they'd rather vote Romney than Obama but won't say they prefer Paul over Romney even though they do. They don't think in "Primary" terms if you catch my drift. I actually had a discussion the other day and someone said they would hold their breath and vote for Romney in the general election. When I asked them, "Who are you voting More..

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  • This is about principle. This is about our Constitution. If you want to play this political game of American Idol than go ahead. I will not sacrifice my Consitution for a "Party Theme" that tells me that I mind as well vote for Romney so that we can beat Obama. Especially when I know that Romney has said he would have signed the NDAA, and that Romney is the father of universal healthcare, and that Romney supports the bailouts. A vote for Mitt Romney is LITERALLY a vote for Obama. More..

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  • Ron Paul has a "cult-like" following. Crowds do not mean much. The type of people that believe in Ron Paul tend to be VERY passionate about him.

    You will see, come election, he is going to get a fairly small percentage of the votes. Because of Ron Paul, you can almost be guaranteed that Obummer is going to be re-elected. If Ron Paul were out of the picture, it would bolster Republican votes enough to oust Obummer.

    Unfortunately, I don't see Romney being much better than Obummer. More..

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    • @ArrestU Yep and I will make sure every single pissed off American knows to blame RP and his supporters for torpedoing the election. I will go on such a warpath agains t them they will not want to leave their home or go to work. No one in their cicle of friends / family will speak to them. They just dont understand simple math

      Obama gets 40% of the vote
      Romney gets 35%
      Paul/third party 25% = Obama second term!

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    • @ArrestU That would be a fair argument, if he didnt getrconsisntatly large crowds wherever her goes. These are not in large part the same people, hes not the greatful dead. And in polls agaisnt obama he ties or beats him. BTW check Mitts crowds, its such a contrast sometimes I wonder if the system really is as evil as alex jones says it is and Mittins is really at 10% and paul has 60+% and everyone from the media to the polling companies is in on the lie. RP2012 whatever happens, he's change More..

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    • @aa316 What? Why don't you blame the Republican Party for running the most liberal, flip-flopping idiot they can find? I blame them if Obama gets the White House again. Romney will not beat Obama. The Republicans can't even stand him, what makes you think the independents and disenfranchised Democrats will like him? It's funny that a guy with a "Don't Tread on Me" profile pic doesn't have the nuts to stand up for his principles and vote for the most Constitutional candidate in the rac More..

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    • @Texaroni
      1) blame the people who voted for romney in the primaries.. I wasnt one of them for the record
      2) under your logic we should just stay home not vote or write in Paul even though we all know he will lose and lose badly... Obama or Romney will be our choices Romney isnt a marxist and doesnt eat dog or have invisible irlfriends he writes about in his books. Romney doesnt have ties to the Muslim Brohterhood or Bil Ayers so ummmmmmm Im goingto suck it up and vote Romney b/c there is no way More..

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    • @aa316 1. Romney will not beat Obama. 2. Why would he beat Obama if he LITERALLY believes in the same thing Obama does? What part of this aren't you seeing? Romney has verbally stated, on video, that he would have signed the NDAA, supported the bailouts, is ready to start another war, etc... You're getting the SAME policies with a different face. You're sacrificing your principles and your Constitution because you don't like Obama, plain and simple. You're falling into this same "mantra& More..

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  • Clearly those massive crowds aren't helping his numbers. It's quite literally impossible for him to win the GOP nomination, at this point.

    If you want to vote for him, you'll have to write him in.

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    • @jum_runky He's already OFFICIALLY on the ballot at the National Convention. Romney has to get the 1,144 delegates to win the nomination. If he doesn't the it's a brokered convention. ALSO, the Paul supporters have consulted the GOP rule book and have discovered rule #38 that says that delegates can not be bound by any state. So all of this talk, by the media, of bound and unbound delegates isn't true...according to the GOP's own rulebook. So technically a delegate can cast a vote for whomeve More..

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    • @Texaroni

      I wouldn't get my hopes up.

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    • @jum_runky It's not about hopes my fridn. It's about believing in liberty and freedom. It's about not sacrificing your principles for cheap thrills and party favors. He may not win, but I'm going to be on the right side of history and not follow suit with the uniformed. I'm not going to lay down and let my government steamroll my rights. I realize it's a long shot, but we certainly won't make it if we don't shoot...

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  • The king of the mental patients

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