Skip to comments.POLL: Should Ron Paul Ignore Obama’s Attempt To Remove Him From The Upcoming Debate?
Posted on 08/31/2011 1:22:13 PM PDT by stompk
What should Ron Paul do regarding Obama's debate day joint session request?
* Ignore the session request and attend the debate. (70%, 179 Votes)
* Use any and all procedures to block or delay the session but attend the session if those efforts fail. (26%, 67 Votes)
* Obey protocol and attend the joint session without resistance. (4%, 11 Votes)
“I don’t think Obama spends a lot of time worring about Ron Paul”
You are so correct as usual.
In fact Breitbart reports that Obama has passed that chore off to the Department of Homeland Security, whose internal documents list Paul supporters, gun, and gold owners as major threats to the Obama-nation.
Who cares what anti-semite, 9/11 Truther, and general whacko, RuPaul does?
Now that Boehner has said no to zebam, I think paul should show up...out of respect for the office....since no one else will be there.
...Ron Paul will probably not get the nomination, but he is resoundingly faithful about the Constitution on many issues...
Ron Paul’s goal is to bump Harold Stassen from the record books as the longest running inconsequential presidential candiate in history. He has already moved past William Jennings Bryan into second place. Since Stassen is dead, Ron needs only to run three more times and he gets immortalized into a factoid of political trivia.
I vote: Dry up and blow away.
Wow, so Obama’s moves were all about blocking this one candidate who doesn’t stand a chance? LOL.. and I thought Obama was narcissistic; it seems Paultards won that title.
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