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Old 05-02-2012, 07:58 PM   #105
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yes, but will they vote Romney when called upon to do so in the general election? I don't see ANY of them switching back toward Obama but I also see a huge drop off rate when asked to vote along party lines for Romney. Paul needs to cut some deals and get some REASONABLE compromises into the main party platform and then turn around and get his supporters to help Romney win.
I doubt Paul would ever try to help Romney win. He's Obama lite and supports another war. You think young people would go for another war? I don't. That's the main reason they like Paul because they could be called to fight it. It's the main reason I like Paul. That's my first reason for how I will vote this time.

I see some of them switching to Obama if he continues to sound more moderate on Iran which he has been. Not that I believe Obama because our FP is the same no matter if a D or R is in the white house.
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