GOP Front Runner Ron Paul Wins Florida Fox Poll: Out Of 80,369 Votes, Ron Paul Won 30% ~ More Than Tripling Herman Cain At 9%
Fox News will have a difficult time ignoring millions of Ron Paul supporters who will cry foul if the Bilderberg insider Perry or the Democratin Republican clothing Romney are selected over Paul to run against Obama or maybe even Hillary Clinton.
Like most other polls, Ron Paul won this one hands-down, and that’s why Fox News got rid of it.
It will be interesting to see what happens next year during the primaries.
Fox News will have a difficult time ignoring millions of Ron Paul supporters who will cry foul if the Bilderberg insider Perry or the Democrat in Republican clothing Romney are selected over Paul to run against Obama or maybe even Hillary Clinton.
Above is a screen capture of the poll sent by an Infowars.com reader before it disappeared completely.
It was here:
On the same day as the Republican presidential debate in Orlando, Congressman Ron Paul is playing a little offense.
“The idea that more government involvement in health care is the solution, especially at a time when the nation is dealing with record deficits and debt, is preposterous,” he writes. “And the promised effectiveness of forced mandate health care is easily disproven by looking at how such a system has worked in Massachusetts.”
“Whether in Massachusetts or at the national level, even more government involvement will make things worse. There are no easy answers or silver bullets, but solutions lie in moving toward freedom, not more corporatism or socialism.”
In addition to his op-ed, Paul’s campaign is taking to the airwaves. As part of a $1 million ad buy, the Paul campaign has a new TV ad detailing his work for veterans and highlights his own military service. (Rick Perry is the only other military veteran running for president.)
The ad — entitled “He Served” — shows images of Paul in uniform as a United States Air Force flight surgeon in the 1960s, and it features two veterans who describe their experience during the Vietnam War. U.S. Army veterans Joe Pena and Rene Reyes detail how Congressman Paul helped them get long overdue medals.
“It takes a veteran to understand a veteran, and he is a veteran himself,” Pena says in the ad.
“Ron Paul is a veteran’s best friend,” Reyes adds.
And in a continued push to defend his non-interventionist foreign policy, Paul cites how his campaign received more donations from active duty military service members than other candidates combined –- including President Obama — saying this Iowa on Tuesday: “It’s very logical for the military people to say we want a commander-in-chief that will be cautious.”