posted on Mar, 4 2008 @ 10:33 PM
Ron Paul isn't alone, Mike Gravel is still in on the Democratic ticket. Gravel has zero support or any delegates won. His media coverage makes Ron
Paul look like a media star in comparison. Not that I support (or for that matter even heard) any of his platforms and issues. But Gravel has not
Both Romney and Huckabee recieved 10 times the delegates that Ron Paul has. Both have now withdrawn. So you have McCain and Ron Paul left vs a three
member Democrat ticket.
I would say lack of media coverage is only as responsible as the fact that little to no campagning in states gave the media no story to cover.
Evidenced by zero, none, nada appearances in Ohio.
I would say that I have a better than average shot at beating Hilary and I have no college degree, currently unemployed and never so much as won a
high school student senete election. Just by getting out and making my voice heard. Speaking directly to people and flipping the bird at news crews
and giving the sound bite of "This rally is for the informed not the forced fed, go cover Britney's latest chipped nail."
Unfortunately no one is really engaging her. Obama can not without resorting to mudslinging because he has no real experience. McCain doesn't want to
risk tarnishing his image...although my image of him is drinking with Ted Kennedy on a boys night out.
But just listened to Hilary speech on the radio, with the close margins in Ohio and Texas she has not withdrawn tonight and may continue on although
it will come down to the wire unless she lost both when the final tally is known. One thing I have to respect is she is aware that no one has been
elected without winning Ohio.
So the Democratic side continues on...McCain runs now mostly unopposed unless Ron Paul gets moving and moving hard, right now.