Ron Paul Trouncing Neo-Con Rival In Race For Congressional Seat
Peden campaign putting out fake numbers when in reality 80 per cent of District have never even heard of him

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

 

Ron Paul's Neo-Con rival Chris Peden has resorted to putting out fake poll numbers in a crass attempt to offset the fact that Paul is trouncing him in the race for Texas' District 14 Congressional seat.

According to Ron Paul's congressional campaign manager Mark Elam, the Congressman holds a healthy 72% to 11% lead over Peden, up from 60% last month following the purchase of $400,000 worth of TV ads now running in the district.

In addition, District 14 polls show that 80 per cent of residents have never even heard of Peden.

Asked why Peden's office was putting out false polls showing him 10 points ahead of Paul, Elam said, "Our Democratic opponent said the same thing last year - I think we won by 20 points. These guys are doing so poorly that they have to put out false numbers."

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I have personally overseen 4 different political surveys in district 14 in recent weeks," writes Elam, "All 4 surveys have shown the same results: Ron Paul has a high favorable rating and high marks on his job approval. And if the election were held today, 60+ percent of the GOP voters say they would vote to reelect Ron Paul, while only 18-20% chose Peden. The remaining 20% or so say they are undecided or refuse to give an answer to these scientific and statistically accurate surveys."

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Chris Peden's Neo-Con platform brazenly advocates occupying the Middle East for "the remainder of the century," maintaining a close alliance with Israel, and spending taxpayer's money on imperial expansionism, including the continued occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq.

Since such positions are anathema to the Constitution and the vision of the founding fathers, it's no surprise that Ron Paul is set to hammer Peden and has dwarfed his fundraising, raking in $500,000 in the past month compared to Peden's pathetic $20,000.

The Ron Paul campaign recently decided to shift some campaigning efforts into safeguarding Paul's Congressional seat after Peden broke a promise not to run against Paul during his presidential bid.

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