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tsai3904
10-18-2011, 12:02 PM
Hawaii (http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2011/10/more-good-numbers-for-cain.html)
10/13 - 10/16
293 Republican primary voters
+/-5.7%

Cain - 36%
Romney - 24%
Gingrich - 8%
Perry - 8%
Bachmann - 6%
Paul - 4%
Huntsman - 1%
Johnson - 1%
Santorum - 1%

Ron Paul Crosstabs:

Man - 4%
Woman - 3%

RileyE104
10-18-2011, 12:06 PM
not a big deal

RonPaulCult
10-18-2011, 12:07 PM
There are like 100 republicans in Hawaii. Glad to see four of them support Ron Paul.

Havax
10-18-2011, 12:07 PM
Hawaii: disconnected from the mainland, disconnected from reality.

xRedfoxx
10-18-2011, 12:19 PM
I just got back from Hawaii....was there for two weeks. I wore a Ron Paul t-shirt prob. half the time and also had a Ron Paul sticker on my rental car the entire time. I had prob. 30 people in some form or fashion say something nice about Dr. Paul...l

I like you shirt!
That's a great man!
He's got my vote.
etc, etc

There are a lot more liberty-minded folks there than this poll would have you believe.

http://libertyandhope.blogspot.com/

Fr0m_3ur0pe
10-18-2011, 12:22 PM
If Paul had won, Hawai GOP would have claimed that Paul-fans flooded there with boats and planes. "We saw them with tourists"

lucent
10-18-2011, 12:22 PM
I just got back from Hawaii....was there for two weeks. I wore a Ron Paul t-shirt prob. half the time and also had a Ron Paul sticker on my rental car the entire time. I had prob. 30 people in some form or fashion say something nice about Dr. Paul...l

I like you shirt!
That's a great man!
He's got my vote.
etc, etc

There are a lot more liberty-minded folks there than this poll would have you believe.

http://libertyandhope.blogspot.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anecdotal_evidence

realtonygoodwin
10-18-2011, 01:02 PM
Ugh! Our meetup group is like 110 people, but we have like 4-6 people doing all the work. We are doing weekly door knocking, sign waves, etc.

So frustrating

PastaRocket848
10-18-2011, 01:18 PM
what's the deal with hawaii anyway? they're 1,000 miles away from anything american. why not just give them their sovereignty? why did we ever annex them anyway? they have no oil! see.. imperialism...

afwjam
10-18-2011, 01:20 PM
Hawaii is not really in tune with politics, except for Oahu. I would love to hear what Ron Paul has to say about Hawaii's history. The wound is very fresh here.

Voluntary Man
10-18-2011, 01:38 PM
I just got back from Hawaii....was there for two weeks. I wore a Ron Paul t-shirt prob. half the time and also had a Ron Paul sticker on my rental car the entire time. I had prob. 30 people in some form or fashion say something nice about Dr. Paul...l

I like you shirt!
That's a great man!
He's got my vote.
etc, etc

There are a lot more liberty-minded folks there than this poll would have you believe.

http://libertyandhope.blogspot.com/

were they locals?

Uriah
10-18-2011, 01:42 PM
I will be in Hawaii late January. I'd like to help promote there ...

xRedfoxx
10-18-2011, 01:45 PM
were they locals?

It was both. Mostly people that lived there and were surfing, working on the tour boats, etc.

xRedfoxx
10-18-2011, 01:46 PM
I will be in Hawaii late January. I'd like to help promote there ...

I can help you with some bumper stickers and a car magnet that offers free Ron Paul stickers. Private message me if interested.

bunklocoempire
10-18-2011, 02:05 PM
Not an excuse, but just some "oh yeah, that's right".

The State of Hawaii is rather Oahu-centric. Including the GOP (the other Democrats).

Oahu is the power center, and those in power certainly like it that way.

Round trip "bus fare" from Hilo to the island of Oahu can be from $160.00 to $380.00. Then there's the car/cab and hotel -if you don't have an auntie or friends to stay with.

Stormin' the castle takes quite an effort -with workin' two jobs and all to pay the rent/mortgage and buy rice and Spam. ;)

Again, not an excuse, just some insight.


On the positive, I heard the Ham operators in my neighborhood last week talking up Ron on the amateur radio bands. Made my week!:D

I test for my FCC Ham license this Saturday up Kamuela/Waimea so I'll be meeting those folks face to face at this year's "Ham Fest". Will try to organize some Paul get togethers/signwaving. Looking forward to it.


We ARE ready for revolution out here, and if the Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiians) could be educated on individual sovereignty instead of the lies promising 'recognition' the DNC and GOP have fed them since Statehood, I believe that would open the flood gates for the whole state. (I REALLY believe this has promise)

I am the proud step-dad of two of those Kanaka Maoli's who know their history, were raised in Hawaiian Immersion schools, and who do understand individual sovereignty.

:)

(there isn't a smiley emoticon big enough!)






Bunkloco