Friday, January 7, 2011

Ron Paul at 7% in New Hampshire...

And he hasn't even held a House Monetary Policy Subcommittee meeting, yet!

Wait until he starts educating the country about Ben Bernanke and the Fedettes.

Here are the results of the The Magellan poll of "likely 1,451 Republican primary voters," about 2/3 GOP registered and 1/3 independent:

Mitt Romney - 39 percent

Sarah Palin - 16 percent

Mike Huckabee - 10 percent

Newt Gingrich - 8 percent

Ron Paul - 7 percent

Tim Pawlenty - 4 percent

another candidate - 4 percent

Rick Santorum - 3 percent

Haley Barbour - 1 percent


  1. I like your optimism.

    This poll tells me that even in the most "libertarian" state, Republicans want welfare and warfare over liberty by 88 to 7 percent.

    Ron Paul will only have a chance if your average "Jersey Shore" viewer can recognize the crack-up boom happening around him.

    We tend to build stop signs after the fatal accident at the intersection.

  2. Ugh, Mitt Romney!! How low can we go?

  3. Paul won't make it past the primaries. He might have a bigger impact this time around, but it is impossible to get anywhere that matters within the current system without being blessed by various special interests. I'll be happy to be proven wrong, though.

    It really doesn't matter if Paul is the republican candidate. The republicans will lose the election. I doubt they will repeal the health care mess that was foisted on people. In addition, the epic money printing has stimulated the economy long enough for the democrats to try and take credit for it, even after the economy goes bust when price inflation gets to be a problem and their terms start. Again, I'll be happy to be proven wrong.

  4. I could puke that the plastic politician, Mitt Romney, is at 39%!

  5. At least the Ghoul was left off the list.