Sunday, January 29, 2012

Rasmussen Poll: Romney leading by 16 Points in FLORIDA

GOP Nomination: (Previous results from Jan 26

Mitt Romney 44% (39%)
Newt Gingrich 28% (31%)
Rick Santorum 12% (12%)
Ron Paul 10% (9%)
Undecided 5% (7%)

Head-To-Head (GOP):

Mitt Romney 53% (+24)
Newt Gingrich 29%
A survey of 750 likely Republican primary voters was conducted January 28, 2012. The MOE is +/-4%.
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Anonymous said...


Lionhead said...

With the high probability for Romney to win the FL election, as the poll results show, perhaps more attention can begin to show the deference between the political parties philosophy's.

Drawing the contrast between Capitalism & Marxist/Socialism will become prominate in the political discussion at all levels in the general election. I hope everyone will be able to defend liberty, capitalism & free markets to everyone they know.

The November election may be the last chance for traditional America values to continue or to be fundamental changed forever.

This essay by F.A. Hayek, "The Great Utopia" is still fresh today, although penned many decades ago.

[if]"...a democracy should succeed in planning every sector of economic activity, it would still have to face the problem of integrating these separate plans into a unitary whole. There will be a stronger and stronger demand that some board or some single individual should be given power to act on their own responsibility. The cry for an economic dictator is a characteristic stage in the movement toward planning. Thus the legislative body will be reduced to choosing the persons who are to have practically absolute power. The whole system will tend toward that kind of dictatorship in which the head of the government is position by popular vote, but where he has all the powers at his command to make certain that the vote will go in the direction he desires. Planning leads to dictatorship because dictatorship is the most effective instrument of coercion and, as such, essential if central planning on a large scale is to be possible. There is no justification for the widespread belief that, so long as power is conferred by democratic procedure, it cannot be arbitrary; it is not the source of power which prevents it from being arbitrary; to be free from dictatorial qualities, the power must also be limited. A true "dictatorship of the proletariat," even if democratic in form, if it undertook centrally to direct the economic system, would probably destroy personal freedom as completely as any autocracy has ever done."

The parallels to today are striking.

Anonymous said...

I hope he wins by 20 or 30. I smell sweet victory!