posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 12:16 PM
reply to post by TinfoilTP
You ripped my post apart and commented on each point that you did that to....but....you left out the portion that ties it all together. The 4 million
dollars he raised. Convenient yet transparent.
When he raised that 4 million, his supporters were and still are pumped up about it and pointing to it, which makes it suspect why you left it out in
your chop shop attempt to rebutt my points.
You see, the 4 million is 3 1/2 times less than Romney and probably 30 times less than Obama's war chest. Yes it is third best but third best is not
even close to second best in this case. The MSM looks at this and does not see a contender, possibly a spoiler down the road to make a story out of,
but not a shot to win it.
Excuse my ignorance, but how exactly does raising more money determine which candidate has the best position on
issues? Is that indicative of how beneficial his actions as president will be for this country?
I don't think so. Maybe in the Boy Scouts when selling more magazine subscriptions got you a badge or whatever it's a big deal, but when it comes to
which candidate is the best choice for the job, I don't see how it is relevant.
He is lucky the MSM didn't paint him as the sure fire shoe in winner before the Iowa strawpoll with Romney not there, lol, because that is
what should have happened according to the moneys raised so far. The MSM accurately covered the winning underdog Bachman according to the money map.
They took it easy on Ron Paul by not painting him as a big loser. You guys should be happy.
Um....no, we shouldn't. The media is ignoring Ron
Paul, that's not something to be happy about.
If you're happy about a corrupt mainstream media that is told what to say and not say, that's your problem.
Let me introduce you to George Orwell's 1984
, the media was big
on propaganda and only
telling people what the government wants them to know. Maybe in a couple years the mainstream media stations will band together and form the Ministry
of Truth, then we'd really be getting somewhere.