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    Ron Paul wins latest NH primary poll. Pundits say NH doesn't matter.

    Now that Ron has won the latest NH primary poll, NH doesn't matter!

    LMMFAO!

    If Ron Paul walked on water the pundits would claim: "Ron Paul can't swim."

    Ron Paul, save our constitutional rights.
    Ron Paul, we're not gonna give up the fight.
    Ron Paul, START A REVOLUTION!

    I hate politics but I love this shit!

    http://www.thestatecolumn.com/new-hampshire/ron-paul-edges-out-romney-huntsman-in-new-hampshire-primary-straw-poll/


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    Quote Originally Posted by doncoo View Post
    Now that Ron has won the latest NH primary poll, NH doesn't matter!

    LMMFAO!

    If Ron Paul walked on water the pundits would claim: "Ron Paul can't swim."

    Ron Paul, save our constitutional rights.
    Ron Paul, we're not gonna give up the fight.
    Ron Paul, START A REVOLUTION!

    I hate politics but I love this shit!

    http://www.thestatecolumn.com/new-hampshire/ron-paul-edges-out-romney-huntsman-in-new-hampshire-primary-straw-poll/

    I see Paul lost Iowa. I'm pissed as hell. I hope he can win somewhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat View Post
    I see Paul lost Iowa. I'm pissed as hell. I hope he can win somewhere else.
    Iowa delegates are nonbinding. They can vote for anyone they want. Turns out Iowa is more of a straw poll.

    John McCain only got 13% in Iowa in 2008.

    We're still in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doncoo View Post
    Iowa delegates are nonbinding. They can vote for anyone they want. Turns out Iowa is more of a straw poll.

    John McCain only got 13% in Iowa in 2008.

    We're still in it.
    I heard that hey apportioned 6 delegates to Paul, Santorum and Romney.

    I will not vote if any oner than Paul gets the nod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamprat View Post
    I heard that hey apportioned 6 delegates to Paul, Santorum and Romney.

    I will not vote if any oner than Paul gets the nod.
    The delegate system is a convoluted, complex game of horse trading just like all other politics. Yes, I see some reports that all three got 6 or 7 delegates AND that a lot of the people who volunteered to be delegates are Ron Paul supporters, so since they are not bound to vote for the winner at the country conventions, they can vote for Ron Paul.

    Some see that as Ron actually winning last night.

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