October 18th CNN Republican Debate [Full Video & Poll]

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  5. Terry Smith

    Hello Americans,

    There are two roads that we can take, both roads lead to hardship, and are not easy. We have passed that easy street long ago. The Ron Paul road will not be easy for a few years, but I believe will have best results for all of us.
    The other road of any one of the other candidates is more of the same, more of the same. Can we all agree that more of the same is not working very well? Oh heck they might throw in a few differences, but it is all lip service.
    1. Take care of yourselves.
    2. Rely on yourselves.
    3. Take care of America first.

  6. Diane

    Ron Paul is our choice for real democracy. Big brother has become too big and too close with its sibling big corporations.

    1. Rebecca

      Ahh~!! Finally a poll that represents the American people. The media and other conservatives may not want to admit it but RON PAUL IS THE CHOICE OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. He stands for everything this country is based upon and stands up for what he believes in despite what anyone thinks. He has thirty years of consistency unlike ROMNEY and PERRY who have flipped flopped so many times, I think its hilarious they call themselves republicans. Ron Paul has more experience in politics and life in general. Not to mention, he predicted in 2003 THE MESS WE’RE IN NOW, which by the way Cain admits to not seeing coming. Funny the “business” man can’t predict the burst of the inflation housing bubble by Paul can. HE IS THE ONE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WANT! LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL :)

  7. johnr

    Mitt Romney has clearly been the individual that stands out it these debates. His credentials are unmatched by any of the other candidates. He has experience in goverment as well as the private sector. He is known for helping to recover companies in economic distress as well as the olympics from collapse. This country is in near collapse and having someone like Cain or Paul that wil not be able to accomplish any of their outlandish ideas will be the final straw in our our demise.

    1. dennis

      Have to disagree with you, john.

      Ron Paul is the one. He is the only one that will actually answer a question and you come away with a clear understanding of where he stands… No flip-flopping, sound bites or pandering to the audience.
      Don’t you want someone representing you who:

      1. Bases all of his decision on LAW (the constitution)
      2. Is not a war monger (he never voted for a war or military action)
      3. Has Morals and values (in practice, not in theory)
      4. 20+ years experience as a representative
      5. 20+ years of common sense, fiscal responsibility and complete understanding of economics
      6. is committed to PROTECTING YOUR PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PERSONAL FREEDOM
      7. Understands that he works FOR the American people and derives his leadership from the CONSENT of the
      governed
      8. Does not accept money from lobbyists and is not swayed by political party or media pressure
      NO one else running for President have these qualities… So why would anyone vote for someone who has shown they dont have the best interests of the people at heart?

    2. Starchild

      If Mitt Romney stands out, it is for trying to distance himself from his own past more than any of the other candidates, with the possible exception of Rick Perry.

      How could anybody in their right mind want him as president, when he has so clearly been a political opportunist who takes whatever positions are convenient? He sounds fairly conservative now, because he’s running for president in the GOP primary, but who knows what he really stands for? I wonder whether he even knows himself.

      In the Las Vegas debate, both Rick Perry and Rick Santorum nailed him on points that he avoided addressing. Perry pointed out that he knew the people he was paying to mow his lawn were undocumented migrants for a year before he fired them, because a newspaper had brought it to his attention.

      It’s not that he knowingly had undocumented persons working for him, it’s the hypocrisy of posturing as tough on immigration now.

      And speaking of people mowing Romney’s lawns, is this really a good time for the GOP to be running a super-wealthy political insider with ties to Wall Street, whose major donors include people at companies like Goldman Sachs? He’s like a Republican version of John Kerry.

      Santorum nailed Romney for taking out of his book his previous touting of “Romneycare” as a model for the entire nation. Notice he never denies this charge, only talks around it. The only reason Romney is so adamant about repealing Obamacare now, is that he knows he has to make up for his own track record of foisting a program that was a model for Obamacare on the people of Massachusetts. (Of course he can claim now that they like it, since most Massachusetts residents are liberal — that doesn’t mean it was a good idea, or that it will actually help make health care in that state more available and affordable. It was a bad idea for many of the same reasons Obamacare is a bad idea.)

      Sure, Romney is smart, and looks presidential. Those are the only things he’s got going for him, besides being able to rake in the big corporate bucks. You can just see the inauthenticity oozing out of the man. At least I can. I sure hope enough others aren’t taken in by him to keep the GOP from making a colossal mistake.

    3. B K

      Sorry John. Your conclusions won’t hold water.
      Romney’s political “experience” as an officeholder is one term as Mass governor. Period.
      He didn’t run for a second term because he was so unpopular he knew he couldn’t win.
      Romney’s only other political “experience” is as a candidate for POTUS. He’s not done well there at all.
      Running a business is totally different from running a country. A CEO or corporate president may listen to others, but he alone decides…and there is NO tolerance for dissension. You agree with and carry out his decisions or you’re gone.
      That’s obviously not the way this country, or any democracy, works.
      Romney has zero experience in the kind of leadership required of a POTUS. Zero.
      At Bain Capital, Romney financed mergers and acquisitions that resulted in a NET LOSS of jobs. He claims to have created jobs. In fact, he destroyed jobs. Period.
      Do some more reading, John. Learn the facts. When you know something, get back to us.

    4. Tom

      Mitt Romney is the best choice! At least that’s what Goldman Sachs says, his number one contributor. Oh, wait…their the ones that caused to melt down. Never mind. I’ guess I’ll support the choice of the troops who contributed most to Ron Paul. Support the troops! Vote Ron Paul!

      You wanna support the troops or Goldman Sachs?

    5. searcherT

      John everyone is entitled to their opinion and I respect that. Did you know that Mitt in a Bildeberg wannabe and a big fan of the council on foreign relations. that means screw the Constitution, more globalism, more banker bailouts, more quantitative easing. Name the candidate that supports the constitution? The return of law and power back to we the people. Think about it.
      T

  8. rick

    Paul is the only non-politician politition on the stage. His ideas and way of thinking remind me of what I talk with friends about. Things that most poilititians are afraid to go public with. Paul’s got my vote.

    1. B K

      Hey ric-
      Your vote for Ron Paul will be wasted.
      BTW, there’s no such thing as a “non-political politician.”
      You’re in Fantasyland, ric. When your head stops spinning, join the real world.

      1. rick

        non-POLITICIAN politician. there is such a thing…
        if you think anyone else on that stage is better for our country than Paul, you’re in fantasy land.
        always appreciate the criticism.

      2. Dany

        A vote for anyone else other than Ron Paul is a wasted vote, because it will get you the same as you would with Obama. More wars and banker bailouts that are making us broke.

        1. Rebecca

          BK,
          Please do your research on Ron Paul. I too in 2008 was skeptical. How could you not be? The media makes him out to be a complete joke and sometimes he can be a bit shocking BUT THEN I actually listened to the man, read his book, watched his speeches, and I was truly moved. He IS the only that will bring about a change to this country. No other candidate will change much of anything in our already war torn, bankrupt society. Although at first he can seem a bit much, take in what he says and you will soon realize he makes perfect sense and genuinely wants whats best for AMERICA.

          1. Dave

            Rebecca,

            I agree. But, I don’t think it takes much reading, listening, or researching to know when a someone says the only way to get out of debt is to stop spending. That is common sense and that idea is opposite of everyone else. I am also in the military and I support Ron Paul. I know I will be effected by his budget cuts, but I think it is something I am will to deal with.