posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 02:07 AM
I was posting in another thread (here
) when another member pointed out something that
should have been painfully obvious to me from the start: the deck is very intentionally stacked.
I think in the last few years we have seen pretty undeniable evidence that the government (who is elected) is controlled (or at least deeply
influenced). The evidence is mostly in the blatant behavior of the media, which has become more and more illogical as the years dragged on from 9/11.
What we have ended up with is media that is so eager to control who the people back that rather than rely on subtlety and patience to steer the people
they are flat out telling people who to vote for. It appears it's only half working.
With the media playing so dirty itself in recent years I had almost forgotten how dirty politics were on their own (with both against us how could we
win?). It was pointed out to me that Rick Perry was selected and entered into this race, it seems, with almost the sole purpose of standing between
Paul and Romney. There is no other reason why any powerful organization would knowingly back a man with his history. The conflict of interest between
his vaccination order and his wife's being a consultant for Merck is enough to avoid him. He was thrown in to debate-for-show with Romney and be take
all the bullets Paul would be throwing towards Romney.
When Perry finishes blowing it (what he is currently doing) right when Paul should be lining up to debate Romney they will bring in the second human
shield: Sarah Palin. Paul will be lost in the buzz of the late entry. Palin will replace Perry as Romney's match. This could very well happen just
before the primaries, where Palin would sweep the votes that Paul needs, and make Romney the GOP nominee.
The reason for all of this is of course because Ron Paul has a very real chance of winning the GOP nomination if he were able to debate Romney (as
Perry has) in a national broadcast. He would undeniably emerge as the other front runner. So if people want Paul to have that chance they need to
press to have him debate Romney. (this is of course among other things such as organizing drives to re-register Dems and Indies as republicans in
closed primary states [just as dems get out and register the poor]).
So how does one go about this? I'm not certain. Paul supporters contacting him or the unaffiliated (but recognized) support site The Daily Paul and
try to get the message across maybe? Supporters taking the message to the street or to the media sites online is also a possibility. All I know is if
he is to have a chance he has to debate Romney and soon. He has the steam right now, this is why Palin is a delayed entry. I am a fan of Paul, but
disagree with him in some places. The reason I support him is because I think he is honest and I want to break the left right cycle and see this era
of amateurish propaganda media die.
I want to see Paul call Romney out, I want to see them both answer the same questions and ask each other questions on policy. I want to see it soon.