posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 07:03 PM
Originally posted by moonzoo7
I would have paid attention to this thread if you were an objective observer, but I see you support one of the candidates. In that light, any
reporting that you do will be biased and skewed. I want to see reports from people who haven't bought into the lies and manipulations of the
republican/democratic/"libertarian" political machinary.
Good for you and the people who think like you do, but for ATS, since you're one of "them", whatever you say here is pointless. In My Opinion, of
I support Ron Paul specifically because he opposes that big political machine and ever-expanding government. That said, it doesn't mean I can't be
objective. How many Ron Paul pics do you see in the thread? I was a little disappointed in his lack of access. I ran into Mitt Romney at every
turn. I probably said hello to him 6 different times, and hugged his wife once, LOL! I barely caught a glimpse of Ron Paul the one time. Newt
Gingrich was hanging out a couple of times like he was part of the staff, lol. He didn't seem unapproachable at all. Michelle Bachmann actually
introduced herself to me, LOL! I was trying to get out of her way as she went onto the Fox set, and instead of getting out of her way, she turned
toward me, stuck her hand out and introduced herself.
I still love Ron Paul's stance on all the political agendas, but I have to honestly say, the other candidates are far better at connecting with the
people, and spending time meeting their constituents. The overall best at that was Mitt Romney. His wife and his son were with him every step of the
way, all 3 of them spent time talking and shaking hands. At midnight last night as they tried to leave the spin room, Mitt jokingly made a run for
the door, once he had a chance, but then he stopped and turned around and made sure nobody else wanted one last word.
As I said early on, "politically" I still support Ron Paul, but likeability wise, Herman Cain and Mitt Romney have gained a lot of ground in my