posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 03:24 AM
If I were a banker, I'd be against Ron Paul, too. Ron Paul has condemned the Federal Reserve and its monetary policies time and time again, because
he sees them for what they are, namely, a strangehold on the American people and economy. My favourite interview with Ron Paul was when he totally
pwned a Federal Reserve spokesman, slamming fact after fact in his face, while the spokesman just sat there trying to dodge everything and looking
like an idiot.
From where I'm sitting, I feel that any educated voter will vote for Ron Paul. (and I would too, if I were American) And, for that very reason, I
don't think he will win; too many voters have no idea what's going on, and will vote for frivolous reasons. I've seriously had people tell me that
they won't vote for Ron Paul because "his name isn't a president's name". I'm sure there are others who will base their vote on stuff like
whether the candidate is a woman, black, or Mormon (Clinton/Obama/Romney, respectively), rather than on real issues like the Iraqi war or American
Ron Paul reminds me a lot of JFK, the way that Paul attacks federal banking and all its evils. I also remember what happened to JFK in Dallas... I
seriously fear for his life if he gets elected.