posted on Jan, 20 2012 @ 10:22 AM
Hypothetically (if you were Ron Paul) would you ever say any of the following…
1. “I think it is more likely, than not that; Mitt Romney will win this GOP, and that Obama will beat Mitt Romney simply because he still
appeals more to the moderate & independent voters that I appeal to, and which Mitt Romney (quite which frankly) all the statistical evidence is, Mitt
Romney simply does not”
2. “I stand as alternative for those seeking not to waste their vote, by being the 3rd or 4th millionth vote, to give a winning candidate a
victory margin, no candidate could actually need.”
3. “Despite the odds, it is my hope to win this election, that enough Republicans will soon agree with me that the only way the Republican
Party will be anything more than a quite powerless & useless, right wing, “debating society” is if I am elected to bring the radical reforms, yet
popular enough (with the American people) to make president. And if we do not win this time, then either I or my son (Rad Paul) will stand on much the
same policies next time, in the hope the younger generation I am popular with now, will be a little older, and a little more likely to vote.
A. Do you think such a "refreshing" level of honesty would give Ron Paul yet more publicity, in a way which (overall) would do far more good
B. Or do you suspect the opposite to be true?
C. Must (in political real realities) the American electorate be hood winked & occasionally lied to, too?