Originally posted by Southern Guardian
Ron Paul is an isolationist, atleast compared to the others.
Watch and allow this pretty lady to explain the difference between 'isolationism' and 'non-interventionism' to you.
I was stating fact however, that his views on US foreign involvement is one of the major reasons to why he hasn't been able to reach out to the majority of GOP voters. This is fact, this is reality, if you choose not to accept this, I can't force you to think otherwise.
You kind of remind me of Paul Begala, yet you're trying to speak for the majority of GOP voters? That seems to be quite a claim to make. I assume you haven't personally spoken to the majority of them, so I assume you're using "scientific" polls that are run by the same interests that own the mainstream media that ignores him. The ones that rely on random afternoon phone calls to a few hundred land lines (which many people don't have anymore), when most people besides the elderly are at work, or school. Ones that probably ask leading questions, but we'll never know since we don't see the questions, or how they were asked. But of course, you dismiss all online polls that take a much larger sample, I know I know, Ron Paul supporters "flood" the polls. Just like we're gonna do election day. Again, the situation is much different in this country now. He already has MUCH more support than he had in 2008, so it's time to let go of the past. His support is snowballing down the hill...
edit on 10-10-2011 by 27jd because: (no reason given)