posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 12:20 AM
reply to post by SteveR
Let us assume for one second that you are absolutely correct. Everyone there was between the ages of 18-25. And also, all of them are "overly"
excited. Ok fine, fine...
So this is supposed to be a bad thing? A concentration of people coming from institutions of learning and education to excitedly support their
candidate? I must say, the stereotypes surrounding the Ron Paul population seem to make it look better as a whole than others... I mean anyone who
attends a Santorum rally is a group of over-excited Nazi-Christians who are eager for WAR WAR WAR... A Gingrich rally would consist of young
cancer-hating indecisives, a Romney rally would consist of a room full of billionaires, and an Obama rally would contain a room full of potential
So what is your point? A room full of intelligent people is automatically a room full of Ron Paul supporters? I guess you are right. However, the flaw
in your calculation is age. Everyone who is legitimately informed likes Ron Paul, as demonstrated by Wook's picture--there is no specific age group.
edit on 4-2-2012 by PhysicsAdept because: (no reason given)