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Ron Paul Attacks

August 17, 2011 by USA Post 

Ron Paul AttacksRon Paul Attacks, Presidential candidate Ron Paul says the three candidates attracting attention in the GOP race, Mitt Romney blasting Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann as “politicians with words” in the same company as President Obama.

Congressman from Texas, who finished second in Iowa poll Bachmann last week of straw, highlights his vote against “any increase in taxes, all unbalanced budgets” and proclaims that he is the candidate who “will stop spending, save the dollar, create jobs “and” bring peace “.

Images of Perry, Romney and Bachmann – along with Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi – roll throughout the ad. The script begins with a description of a history “with words of politicians” and “games he said, she said.”

The ad will air in Iowa and New Hampshire, where the first presidential nomination contests will take place in February.

The intensity and direction of the race for the GOP nomination changed after Iowa straw poll August 13, and much of the attention is now focused on Romney, Perry and Bachmann.

Paul’s supporters have been burning behind his message of non-interference of government and helped him do well in Ames this weekend. It has also been able to deploy the Internet as a fundraising tool.

Romney, former governor of Massachusetts has led in national polls by Gallup and other organizations, and is the clear favorite in New Hampshire. Perry, Texas governor, jumped to second place behind Romney in national polls, even before he officially entered the race on Saturday.

Bachmann has done well in Iowa polls in the Hawkeye State. Paul was better than it did in the latest national survey by CNN (12% vs 7%), but Romney and Perry were at the head of that survey.

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