posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 03:27 PM
Now CNN is showing news reports on Paul on the political section -- but nothing about Bachmann or Cain or the others. The front page that I'm seeing
is different than the one above (different layout) and now in the upper left, the slate of candidates reads: Paul | Perry | Santorum | Romney
I think that if you try very hard, you can make a case for "Ron Paul is not headline news" into a lot of "they're ignoring Ron Paul." However, on a
lot of days he's not doing anything while other candidates are making news. Since CNN isn't the RPNN, I do expect to see other candidates' names
there -- and on some days his name might not be there (just as Obama's name isn't in the news all the time, either.)
He did get media attention last time. He's getting lots more this time.
It doesn't mean REPUBLICANS are going to vote for him, although the caucus (not the state vote) looks like it'll go to him. Maybe. In the end, it's
the people who are in the Republican Party who will determine the Republican Party candidate. Most of the RP folks seem to be independents, meaning
they won't have a say in what the Republicans (or Democrats) do.
I think that he should run as an independent. No, I'm still not voting for him, but it'd make the Republican choices a lot clearer and do away with
the problems he'll have in states that think of themselves as following the Republian line (his vote rank in Florida, for instance, is really
edit on 28-12-2011 by Indellkoffer because: (no reason given)