posted on Dec, 11 2011 @ 08:18 AM
The reason Paul is not getting equal airtime is simple. The Republican Party has no interest in him representing the Party, period. It's not going
to be Paul so why bother?
It has nothing to do with popular vote.
It's WHO will represent the Republican Party against Obama and Dems.
So, when Republicans nominate their candidate, they WANT a DC insider. Otherwise? No Corporate sponsorship. They need that AD dough to discredit
and smear Obama. Not that that won't be easy. People in the middle still want to be convinced they HAVE to vote against Obama.
If you had an open playing field and debate with Hillary, Obama,Newt,Romney,anyone else AND Paul in a series of debates, I think he would have a real
fighting chance to sway the American voter to get rid of ALL the insiders and start from scratch.
The Republican and Democrat voter machine has been around longer then Paul, and he's old.
He won't get the nod..
I'm still voting for him. Not because I think he'll get elected, but because I believe in "more" of his principles even though He's running
on the Repub ticket. IF he ran 3rd party Independent? He should have started raising funds for the Party about 10 years ago. The other 2 parties
have DEEP pockets.