posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 08:19 AM
I think the problem that people are having accepting the OP's premise is that for some reason they're assuming all voters are like us here on ATS.
Most voters aren't going to go out and do extensive research on candidates. The extent to which they know about a candidate comes from interviews
like this one. As I stated previously this is the first time Ron Paul has really had a chance at getting the Republican nomination. That means that
this is the first time most voters are actually paying attention to him. Therefore, most of them haven't heard about this issue before. It doesn't
matter how many times he has had to respond to these allegations, there are always voters out there who are unaware of these allegations and thus he
should continue to answer the same way he always has. That way these voters will become educated instead of being given reason to suspect that he is