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Enthusiasm Craters for Obama Amongst Young Voters

Birdman III Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:27 AM
If you voted for Ron Paul in the primaries bless your little heart. But unless there is some sort of guardian angel that will severely impact the GOP Convention, Ron Paul will not receive the nomination. In a 3-way race, Ron Paul will be lucky to garner 10% of the vote. Since all of the Leftists will always vote for Obama the only candidate who will lose votes will be the GOP nominee (most likely Romney). In effect a vote for Ron Paul will be the same as a vote for Ross Perot guaranteeing a Liberal victory.
Origanalist Again Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:32 AM
Origanalist Again Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:36 AM
Never mind, re-read your post.
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:31 AM
Ron Paul will not be the libertarian candidate It's too bad but I can not continue to vote for more of the same the republican party has left a lot of us and Romneys nomination makes it that much harder to stick around
Birdman III Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:34 AM
Do it your way and rue the results. A vote for anyone else will be a vote away from the GOP nominee. Less votes for that nomnee improves Obama's chances for re-election
Bufa Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:48 AM
Obama's re-election is secondary to the sacred, purity of ones libertarian,ideology don't you know birdman.

When the statist's have taken the wealth of everyone and are hearding them into the cities and placing the "choosen" ones in the confiscated homes in the rural areas to keep the riff-raff out and stop the destruction of mother nature,

The Capt-calls can stand proudly and boast of the principled stand they took and can look down on the rest of us,pointing fingers, while touting the purity of their beliefs.
Birdman III Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 10:54 AM
Personally, Bufa, I think he is an Obama plant.
homernoble Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 11:07 AM
Indeed; he is nothing but a Soros liberal troll masquerading as some sort of principled purist of something or another. He ought take his own advice and "not stick around."
John Quincy Adams Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 11:40 AM
A new poll out shows that the youth vote that helped propel President Obama to the White House in 2008 won't be there for the Democrat to bank on this fall.

Young voters have historically preferred Democrats, but Obama's share of the youth vote in 2008 was historically large. The poll, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute in conjunction with the Berkley Center at Georgetown University, finds that 48 percent of young voters prefer the President. In 2008, though, Obama won 66 percent of that youth vote - a massive drop in support for the President.

The youth...