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Libertarian Vote in New Hampshire Could Swing Electoral College to Obama

Swimware Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:36 PM
Bamapaleocon wrote: "That will depend on how he does in tonight's debate. If he gives the impression that he's going to start a war with Iran, he will NOT win New Hampshire. Ron Paul got 24% of the Republican vote in New Hampshire. You can't win the general election without getting at least most of that back. " He got 7.8%. Nice try
BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:44 PM
He got 7.8% in 2008. He got 23% in the New Hampshire primary this year. Educate yo'self!
Swimware Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:47 PM
BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:52 PM
My point was if Romney does not win the votes that carried Paul to 2nd place in NH, he'll lose NH.
Jenni2 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 4:29 PM
Of course - it's a dark blue state filled with left wingers.'d that turn out? Is NH a great Libertarian paradise now? No? Sounds like their votes were worthless.

Libertarians don't join the Democrat Party - they join the Republican Party. Today's Libertarians think Bill Maher is Libertarian. Truth is, Ayn Rand would never agree with a Leftist like Maher. Glenn Beck is a registered Libertarian too - but you won't see the kiddies agreeing with him on any given day. It's quite telling.
Jenni2 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 4:33 PM
But Paul-bots will feel good about themselves, and that's all that counts.

Still waiting for Democrats to bring about world peace. Democrats are not the anti-war party. Since they went full-on Left wing nutter, they're the party of losing wars. They lengthen wars with their preposterous rules of engagement and cause more deaths.
Nana82 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 3:43 PM
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...