posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 03:55 AM
a reply to: IkNOwSTuff
Paul suffered the same deal as Sanders did this primary... media simply didn't give him the attention and screen time he needed, it's like the goal
was already set, and even though I oppose Paul on some key areas, I thought of him to be the most honorable and moral choice that the American public
could have made that election... but he got sidetracked.
And yes, even with the very little screen time he had, he was so well spoken and precise in every answer, that people could understand what he was
saying and at the same time he would deliver those answers from the heart.
Something Clinton has not managed to do one single time... the reason of course being that we now know that all her responses are media trained to
perfection before each apperance and what makes her fater is her not remembering the line.
Sanders had the same power and enthusiasm as Paul did, which again beckons the question how the hell they managed to sidetrack him so effectively?!
For the love the universe Sanders had more followers than Clinton did at any rally! What is up with that!!
Why are the American people so dead set on falling to their knees and buy all that bull# that both the Obama, Clinton and Trump campaign has thrown at
them?????????????? I DONT GET IT!!
For two election cycles you have had so clear and obvious good choices, that would hands down give you a more homogenous society and a far far better
relationship with the rest of the world... which you need as long as you keep policing it for your own benefit.
But no... you chose / are choosing the candidates most tightly connected to big money instead of the one standing by the broader population.
Welcome Idiocracy... have fun with your bating.