Who Won the Fox Debate? Poll map is Ron Paul Green!

Updated map as of 11A 08/12/11:

Here is my tweet tonight:

Faux/FoxNews/Topix Poll who won #GOP Presidential Debate! http://t.co/VibWV6a #foxnews #gopdebate #topix #RonPaul #teaparty #4liberty #R3s

When you follow the link you will be able to vote and see how others in your zip code voted and leave your name and a comment if you wish.

Here is a picture of the map and you will note the green color pervading which is none other than our very own champion of the constitution and clear winner tonight!

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe

Crossposted:
R3publicans
Constitutional Liberty Coalition

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4 thoughts on “Who Won the Fox Debate? Poll map is Ron Paul Green!

  1. Ron Paul answered the questions correctly… i.e. following the Constitution.

    …and the numbers tell the story.

    It has to do with keeping the federal government within the limited delegated powers.

    Vote RON PAUL.

    American Patriot Party .CC

    • Richard Taylor,

      Thanks for your note and information on the APP.

      I am glad we agree on the correct answer if not the party and tactical strategy. I would prefer to see everyone working within the Republican party to make it reflect limited constitutional government. There is a lot we could do together if we weren’t so fragmented, but I understand your frustration with matters when people are not treated fairly and respectfully.

      So just to keep the record straight, R3s work within the Republican party to ‘restore the republic’. We understand that others may chose another path for a myriad of reasons. We can potentially unite on some matters down the road a bit. If I can do anything to get you all to register Republican this cycle and help us in the primary, please let me know. I know that many in the Republican party feel the same way and are committed to making sure all are treated fairly. Needless to say power does not change hands easily and it will require continued concentrated efforts to actually roll back government at all levels. Much can be done within the Republican party structure if we are all willing to make our own people respect the platform and the rules and the information that belongs to all of us.

      For Life and Liberty,
      Sandra Crosnoe for
      R3publicans

  2. Dear Sandra:

    Thank you for your response.

    Most APP members are registered Republicans or Libertarians, but are Foundational Common Law States Rights Constitutionalists;

    I have been a registered Republican since Reagan’s first term and until the states practice what they preach and recognize and respect all parties, will remain so registered;

    Education and infiltration is our party aim to get the Republican party back on track; As is I believe most Tea Party activists are working to do; and it seems from your letter, your goals as well.

    It is a fact, that unless a party is “recognized” by the state(s) a unrecognized party (and any of it’s party members) would have little chance of advancing.

    We however are opposed to any process of any state to have a power of recognizing a party or not, as this is a means of blocking new parties, competition, representation and ultimately the freedom of speech.

    Voting pages should have all candidates, so that anyone can vote for any candidate of any party.

    A sample of the “raising of the political bar” to “exclude parties” and silence voices, can be seen on our American Patriot Party.CC front page Special Reports:

    “Socialist take over the EU” – Complete with EU YouTube videos.

    Though a bit wary of the Republican Party’s status quo members and what could actually be accomplished, I took part in Oregon Republican Party’s first 2 day summit this year by invitation in Medford, Oregon; 100 were present and included state representatives, senators as well.

    The Tea Party has a group active in creating the summit, by whom I received my invitation; I believe they have their work cut out for them to make serious inroads to change, but noticed there were many good people who were Constitutionally minded; Suggested ideas resulted in established state republican platforms set down from the summit, that for the “most” part were pretty good; A few were not, mainly do to the ignorance of some with regard to the limitations and separation of federal powers from those of the state (some people like to pick and choose governments resulting in the loss of state powers);

    Not as tough as I would have liked in some areas, but the state representative who was in our group seemed to go white at my suggestion of 4 year term limits of all government employees; and limiting all government salaries to no greater than the average salary of the county general (non professional – non union – non government) labor force wherein they are employed; (a start of this did get though, but not as clear as I would have liked); Sadly our state representatives are not as bold as those in Wisconsin in their relations with government Unions.

    The end result would be thereby that government employees would become what all government employees should be, Temporary servants under servitude. Not Professionals in a profession, Not masters, and Not tyrants….

    Read the Absolute Rights of the Colonists on our site (only 2 pages) that covers this stand of NOT allowing Governors to “Seek what they please” (part of our “Suggested Reading”).

    Removal of Lobbyists, putting a freeze on government hiring and smaller states are other ways of reducing government and putting representation back into the hands of local societies.

    The American Patriot Party (.CC) is presently a educational party; And to that end at this time we direct our efforts.

    … such as, not to miss this opportunity, adding a “s” to the end of republic -“s” (restore the republic”s”) = See Virginia Resolutions by James Madison where he warns of “One Sovereignty” i.e. “One Nation” no where intended:

    James Madison: ” …that a spirit has in sundry instances, been manifested by the federal government, to enlarge its powers by forced constructions of the constitutional “charter” which “defines” them;

    and that implications have appeared of a “design” to expound certain “GENERAL” “PHRASES” (which having been copied from the very limited grant of power, in the former articles of confederation were the less liable to be misconstrued) so as to destroy the meaning and effect, of the particular “enumeration” which necessarily “explains and limits” the “GENERAL” “PHRASES”; and so as to “consolidate the states” “by degrees”, into “ONE SOVEREIGNTY”, the “obvious tendency” and “inevitable consequence” of which would be, to transform the present republican system (1798) of the United States, into an absolute, or at best a mixed “MONARCHY”.”

    BRUTUS (Robert Yates): History furnishes no example of a free republic, any thing like the extent of the United States. The Grecian republics were of small extent; so also was that of the Romans.

    Both of these, it is true, in process of time, extended their conquests over large territories of country; and the consequence was, that their governments were CHANGED FROM that of free governments to those of the MOST “TYRANNICAL” that ever existed in the world….”

    More on our New Letter Republics and Representation: http://www.pacificwestcom.com/americanpatriotpartynewsletter/APP_2008/app_2008.html

    Thank you again for your comments and posting this poll map; I will be directing a link. The R3publican web site looks to be a very good resource.

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