posted on Nov, 16 2011 @ 12:43 PM
Originally posted by mrnotobc
A comment I've heard many times about Ron Paul is, "He might be good, but he can't win". I think people will have to stop saying that now.
Maybe the best thing to come out from the debates is, it put the news blockade of RP on display for the whole country to see. I think it may be
backfiring on them.
Yes, yes.. " I like him, but there's noo wayyy he'll win". It seems like that little tactic came out in full force after Jon Stewarts piece on the
media ignoring Ron. All of a sudden, it went from never hearing his name, to hearing it every once and a while, but always coupled with "he can't
win". And it seemed to have worked, dirty little trick, because I've heard it regurgitated out of the mouths of many a people I know. I wanted to
slap them. What does it even mean? So.. you like him right? You think he's the only honest man running? The only one who cares about our freedoms?
Okay.. stop right there. That's all, go vote for him.
My wife always says "if everyone who likes him but says he can't win would vote for him, he'd win"