Friday, September 7, 2007

Ron Paul wins ’text messaging vote’ at Fox News debate

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Republican Ron Paul (R-TX) won a text messaging poll directly following the Fox News Republican debate last night.

Paul, who has polled poorly in national surveys, has a tremendous following online. His supporters have been instrumental in demonstrating his strength on popular news voting sites like and

The Texas congressman has co-sponsored a bill with another presidential contender, Democrat Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), that would repeal President Bush's authority to use force in Iraq within the next sixth months. Besides Kucinich, 18 other Democrats have signed on.

Clips of his answers at the debate can be found here.


Now let's get something straight. Hannity says Ron Paul has people re-texting to get the numbers up. It has already been proven these text polls are limited to one vote per phone number.

This is the people talking. We want Ron Paul!

Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul! Ron Paul!

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