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Matt Bors for January 03, 2012

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  1. John adams1
    Motivemagus  almost 8 years ago

    Har! And an interesting array of friends here…

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    Dtroutma Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Interesting stylistic swaps as well.

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    pirate227  almost 8 years ago

    Yeah, no problem. We won’t hold you accountable for your racist views, er, I mean your “newsletters” racist views…

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    agate1  almost 8 years ago

    Now wait for the trolls to start wailing about how unfair this cartoon’s portrayal of Mr Paul is, and how normal and rational he really is! Just remember how well things worked when the last Republican was in the White House.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Radish, just think of all the poor demons possessed by politicians!!

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  6. John adams1
    Motivemagus  almost 8 years ago

    From 538.com:“The major constraint Mr. Paul faces is that his base of support, while enthusiastic, is quite narrow, with his preferences diverging from many Republican voters’ on foreign policy and on social policy. This shows up clearly in the polling data, which tells a consistent story. Mr. Paul is going to have trouble securing more than about one-third of Republican votes even in the best-case scenario for his campaign: – In last week’s CNN poll, only 39 percent of Republicans said they would consider Mr. Paul’s candidacy. – In last week’s Washington Post / ABC News poll, only 37 percent of Republicans said Mr. Paul “has the kind of personality and temperament it takes to serve effectively as president.” – According to a Gallup poll conducted earlier this month, just 34 percent of Republican voters consider Mr. Paul to be an “acceptable” nominee. – In last week’s Public Policy Polling survey, Mr. Paul’s favorability rating among Republican voters was 34 percent. – In this month’s Pew poll, only 33 percent of Republican voters said they would consider voting for Mr. Paul.”

    However, Mr. Silver does not note that Paul’s enthusiastic supporters include the KKK and the John Birch Society, neither famed for being liberals, but indeed composed mostly of Republicans.

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