For fun I thought I’d have another straw poll.  This will close on 12/31/11 at 12:00a (CST).  I’m intentionally leaving Ron Paul off and declaring him the unofficial winner.  I don’t want him crashing my website again.  Seriously with the online mobilization his campaign has it really skews the results.  I’d like to know where my readers stand and which other candidate has the best online mobilization – so we already know Paul has the best.  Results will be released on 12/31/11 via our Facebook page and Twitter feed, so be sure to either like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.



Also, this isn’t Chicago – you can vote early, but don’t vote often.

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      1. Sorry Shane. Some people are so sick of media bias that they start seeing enemies where there are none.

      2. Let me also apologize for Buck Kennedy.  We understand that the vote will be counted in and “undisclosed location”.

        I am also certain that Newt Gingrich’s “1.3 million” Twitter followers will help him win this poll.

  1. Newt Perry and Santorum typical do very well when there is no way for the bots to crash the poll.  Go Newt.

  2. That is the most charming reasoning for leaving Ron Paul off a poll that I have ever read…

    And to think we first found this place because of the one that shut you down…. (unintentional, I assure you!)

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