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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Smells Like Ron Paul Spirit

The time for libertarian conservatism might be here -- like it or not

By Jack Hunter
Published 04/29/10  on Campaign for Liberty
According to a new Rasmussen poll, a 2012 presidential race between Republican Congressman Ron Paul and Barack Obama would end in a dead heat, with Obama favored by 42 percent of those polled and Paul by 41 percent. It was the biggest political news this month you probably didn't hear about.

Some dismissed this news as being significant only to the faithful followers of the outspoken, anti-government congressman, while ignoring the much larger revelation that if the election were held today, the "fringe" 2008 Republican primary candidate could feasibly become the next president.

The Drudge Report noted the significance of Paul's showing by running the headline "Shock Poll," but most mainstream cable and network news outlets, talk radio, and print media said little about it. However, plenty of coverage was given to Rasmussen's possible 2012 presidential matchups between Obama and Republicans like Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin, both of whom scored about the same as Paul, with Palin doing slightly worse.

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