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Libertarian Vote in New Hampshire Could Swing Electoral College to Obama

BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 2:59 PM
Maybe if the Republican establishment hadn't treated Ron Paul supporters like dirt throughout the election cycle and at the convention, this wouldn't be happening. What goes around comes around. Suck it Neocons 2012!!!
Chicago Undercover Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:07 PM
So, you crybabies are gonna vote for Obama to "spite the Republican machine" huh?

Why didn't we see THAT coming?
Oh, wait, we did.

Way to stand up for your principles, loser. When you get 4 more years of hopenchange, you are forbidden from bitching.
Not even one damned word.
BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:12 PM
Well, I personally am voting for Romney. Unlike many disaffected Conservatives and classic liberals, I know that it is impossible for third parties to gain any traction. But, a lot of libertarians don't think that way. They might could be persuaded however if dirtbags like you didn't treat them like what you actually are.
SageAdvice68 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:00 PM
Cry me a frickin river.....grow a pair BamaBoy.
BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:02 PM
It won't help Romney get any of those libertarian Free State votes in NH if I "grow a pair."
Mitt Romney is now neck and neck with Obama in New Hampshire, a stunning feat considering the former governor was trailing the president by 15 points at the end of September. But some independent voters who say they would vote for Romney if just he and Obama were on the ballot, are instead voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. These swing voters are giving the president a potential advantage in November.

A Suffolk University Political Research Center poll released Monday shows Romney and Obama tied with 47 percent of the vote each in New Hampshire.

The Suffolk...