RENO, Nev., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Republican presidential
candidate Ron Paul has won the inaugural Conservative Leadership Conference
straw poll. Despite not appearing at the conference, Paul won convincingly
with 33% of the vote. Mitt Romney, who addressed the conference in a town
hall meeting and during a general session, finished second with 16%. Duncan
Hunter, who also delivered a major address during the three-day event,
finished third at 15%.
Full results are available at http://www.politicalderby.com
The poll was sponsored by PoliticalDerby.com and 411Communications. It
was executed onsite by Jason Wright and Stephen Fountain of
That's right. Paul can't be at every event, he is just one man, but he still handed Rudy McRomney's arse to him on a plate! Romney even put some effort into this one and still came off second. It doesn't matter how much of his own money he throws at it, the power of REAL support is beginning to shine through.
Of course you won't hear any of this news on the BBC or Fox, but then what do you expect from two thoroughly discredited "news" organisations.
Indeed, after our meetup group event the other day, people in England are beginning to ask :
What is the point of the BBC?