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  • Jesse Ventura will run

    21 39.62%
  • Ron Paul will run again

    10 18.87%
  • Gary Johnson will run

    9 16.98%
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    I fully expect Ron Paul to run again.
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    When asked by RP Radio if he will run in 2012, he said "I don't give definitives" (like how he never would fully say whether he would run as 3rd party)

    When asked by Jerry Hughes, he said, "hopefully there will be someone else running that I can support"

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    Ron Paul won't have the energy to run in 2012. It'll be up to Gary Johnson to run as a republican.

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    I voted for Ron Paul because I hope he does run. Barry Goldwater, Jr. or Gary Johnson could also make an effective run for President in 2012.
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    Run Jesse Run!
    I ignore the fact that RP's take back the GOP strategy is working. I ignore the fact that RP accomplished more from his 2008 GOP run than he ever has before. I ignore the fact that 3rd party candidates lose and are a joke to voters. I ignore all this b/c I have an arousing fantasy where RP runs 3rd party in 2012, magically polls at 15%, magically is allowed in the debates, and then magically wins the election. Trust me, it'll work this time.
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    I would put all the effort I put into RP's 2008 run into a 2012 Ventura run. If it was Ventura/RP it would be unstoppable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    I would put all the effort I put into RP's 2008 run into a 2012 Ventura run. If it was Ventura/RP it would be unstoppable!
    And I wouldn't even vote for it.
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    If McCain wins in 2008 then by 2012 election process will be suspended indefinetly due to national security concerns.

    If Obama wins in 2008, then by 2012 election process will be suspended indefinetly due to change zombies instituting a thousand year personality cult dictatorship.

    The great thing about being a pessimist is you are always being proven right, or else you're being pleasantly surprised.

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    If Ron runs, I will definitely vote for him again. I wouldn't blame him if he wanted to retire, though. I have always liked Gary Johnson. I think that with Ron's guidance, Gary Johnson would make a good president.

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    Ron Paul will be much too old to run. IMO these will be no more elections. By 2012, the shit will have hit the fan, and the NAU will be in place. There will be no more free elections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPaulVolunteer View Post
    I fully expect Ron Paul to run again.
    Umm... Ron Paul is currently 73. He will be 77 by then! Not to mention four more years of presidency. Let's just face it. Ron Paul is too old to run again. He deserves retirement and to enjoy his last few years with his family.

    He united us to fight for freedom. It's a long term project for all of us. Not Dr. paul. He did what he could. We must do what we can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCR_9er View Post
    Umm... Ron Paul is currently 73. He will be 77 by then! Not to mention four more years of presidency. Let's just face it. Ron Paul is too old to run again. He deserves retirement and to enjoy his last few years with his family.

    He united us to fight for freedom. It's a long term project for all of us. Not Dr. paul. He did what he could. We must do what we can do.

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    Reagan was 76 in office. GTFO.

    Rp looks god damn 55. This dude ain't taking NO step back from the Liberty movement...

    He;s worked 30 years... and it's JUST BEGUN, and you think he's going to drop out?

    That is retarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conza88 View Post
    Reagan was 76 in office. GTFO.

    Rp looks god damn 55. This dude ain't taking NO step back from the Liberty movement...

    He;s worked 30 years... and it's JUST BEGUN, and you think he's going to drop out?

    That is retarded.
    He does seem healthy and invigorated about life. I'm glad that he has brought all of us together. I will respect him in whatever decision he makes. Maybe he saw that he needed to wake us up before he retired, or maybe he will fight on.

    As for Jesse Ventura, well I like him, but I think that he's full of hot air about running. Being a wrestler taught him how to be part of the show.

    Gary Johnson is the real deal. I moved to New Mexico in 2001 for college. He is the one that set the stage for the current economic prosperity that Bill Richardson came along and stole the limelight for. My wife's mom still lives there. Things aren't so great anymore for everyone.

    When Johnson's terms were up, we had a Republican named Sanchez, Bill Richardson, and a Green Party candidate named David Bacon (maybe others that I was not informed about). I voted for Bacon. A rapid rail system between Santa Fe and Albuquerque sounded like a great idea for a prospering state. Well.... Bill Richardson won. My wife's mom is still waiting on that train.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah Dardar View Post
    He does seem healthy and invigorated about life. I'm glad that he has brought all of us together. I will respect him in whatever decision he makes. Maybe he saw that he needed to wake us up before he retired, or maybe he will fight on.

    As for Jesse Ventura, well I like him, but I think that he's full of hot air about running. Being a wrestler taught him how to be part of the show.

    Gary Johnson is the real deal. I moved to New Mexico in 2001 for college. He is the one that set the stage for the current economic prosperity that Bill Richardson came along and stole the limelight for. My wife's mom still lives there. Things aren't so great anymore for everyone.

    When Johnson's terms were up, we had a Republican named Sanchez, Bill Richardson, and a Green Party candidate named David Bacon (maybe others that I was not informed about). I voted for Bacon. A rapid rail system between Santa Fe and Albuquerque sounded like a great idea for a prospering state. Well.... Bill Richardson won. My wife's mom is still waiting on that train.
    Yeah Gary Johnson FTW... saw him talk at the CFL. So there is term limits.. no way he can get around it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamadeh View Post
    Mark Sanford
    He was at Bilderberger. No way I'm voting for him unless he addresses that issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conza88 View Post
    Yeah Gary Johnson FTW... saw him talk at the CFL. So there is term limits.. no way he can get around it?
    Well, he has had his time in New Mexico, but he can continue as President in 2012 if he decides to. He thought that speaking out against the drug war had killed his political career after being governor. I think that Ron Paul and the Campaign For Liberty has reinvigorated that true classical Republican attitude in him. He can now feel proud to stand against the drug war in front of all of America! Don't take my money to lock them up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate895 View Post
    And I wouldn't even vote for it.
    Dude,

    If Jesse Ventura runs, he will most likely have the majority of the RP Revolutions support, you know this. If he runs with ron paul, he'll have probably 95% of the revolutions support.

    Im not saying this is goign to happen, or even that this is the best ticket we can hope for but, if the revolution does rally behind a Ventura/Paul or Paul/Ventura ticket, and you dont vote because of some dam principle you have,

    you are a sheep... im sorry.

    This is the exact mentality that will keep dems and reps in office.

    I got a feeling if it did come down to this ticket, and they were serious about ending the income tax, iraq war, and patriot act... you would support them, i dont doubt it
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClayTrainor View Post
    Dude,

    If Jesse Ventura runs, he will most likely have the majority of the RP Revolutions support, you know this. If he runs with ron paul, he'll have probably 95% of the revolutions support.

    Im not saying this is goign to happen, or even that this is the best ticket we can hope for but, if the revolution does rally behind a Ventura/Paul or Paul/Ventura ticket, and you dont vote because of some dam principle you have,

    you are a sheep... im sorry.

    This is the exact mentality that will keep dems and reps in office.

    I got a feeling if it did come down to this ticket, and they were serious about ending the income tax, iraq war, and patriot act... you would support them, i dont doubt it
    I'd vote for Paul/Ventura, not Ventura/Paul.
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    Me too. Jessie is a great interview but is far too easily baited as shown by his convention performance. Gary Johnson is the real deal and might actually get elected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate895 View Post
    I'd vote for Paul/Ventura, not Ventura/Paul.
    Yes. If there was an "agreement" of sorts.... aka, Jesse does whatever the fk Ron Paul wants too.. so RP is the puppet master... then hell yeah!

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    All these things indicate inauguration day January 2013 will be irrelevant.

    I mean, duh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate895 View Post
    He was at Bilderberger. No way I'm voting for him unless he addresses that issue.
    AGreed..he was the natural choice...until that event.

    He, Roy Moore, and Mel Gibson are about it left that are major names out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClayTrainor View Post
    Dude,

    If Jesse Ventura runs, he will most likely have the majority of the RP Revolutions support, you know this. If he runs with ron paul, he'll have probably 95% of the revolutions support.

    Im not saying this is goign to happen, or even that this is the best ticket we can hope for but, if the revolution does rally behind a Ventura/Paul or Paul/Ventura ticket, and you dont vote because of some dam principle you have,

    you are a sheep... im sorry.

    This is the exact mentality that will keep dems and reps in office.

    I got a feeling if it did come down to this ticket, and they were serious about ending the income tax, iraq war, and patriot act... you would support them, i dont doubt it
    wrong

    jesse isn't a libertarian


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    Gary Johnson would be a great candidate. He comes off as a traditional republican and would be able to harness those votes along with us more radical types.

    I picked I thought Ventura would run although I would rather it be Johnson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stormcommander View Post
    wrong

    jesse isn't a libertarian
    Ahh, im too tired to get into it right now StormCommander
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