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Originally posted by rival
Everywhere I go on the web it is nothing but Ron Paul this, Ron Paul that...etc.
He seems to be the only Republican candidate anybody anywhere cares anything about.
People either seem to be fanatically in love him, or seem to be scared of him. There's not
alot of in between. If anyone is sitting on the fence it seems to be the people who declare
that he is un-electable, or that his following of supporters are all drug addicted "johns"
who want universal prostitutes instead of universal health care.
You can hardly find one Romney or Gingrich supporter on the web. Every video or
post that is anti Ron Paul is flagged down. Every video or post that is pro Ron Paul is flagged up
and starred and spammed with supporters.
There are only two presidential candidates that anybody seems to have any passion for--.
and that is either Ron Paul or Barrack Obama.
...and the Obama supporters are just as fervent as the Paul supporters.
The country seems divided in half.
Romney and Gingrich and Santorum seem like also-rans.
Unless the MSM and Diebold can force the issue it will be Paul vs Obama.
I sadly don't think anyone can beat Obama anyway. He has enough support that the
vote can be manipulated in his favor without too much trouble. TPTB may not even
have to resort to falsifying the real vote.
Originally posted by captainnotsoobvious
reply to post by blamethegreys
What you don't understand is that Ron Paul would hand power to the elite, the top 1%, by deregulating business and allowing monopolies.
The problem with the system is that it's been corrupted by business. Giving it completely over to business isn't the solution.
Virgina rally live on CNN stream. Should be happening any minute now.
Click hereedit on 28-2-2012 by Wookiep because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Cynicaleye
I can't wait till i'm proven correct again when he flops in the caucus.
Originally posted by AlienStalker
reply to post by FugitiveSoul
The bottom line is Paul won.......and TPTB are trying to control the answer to who "Really" WON so the answer......IDK....I Am waiting on a response to that.......
THE BOTTOM LINE is: Ron Paul won Maine. He won Iowa, he won every state he has ever been in........
I DO NOT KNOW WHAT ELSE TO SAY BESIDES THAT?edit on 28-2-2012 by AlienStalker because: had to fix first line
Originally posted by onthedownlow
Ron Paul sounds pretty good on quite a few issues, but the only one that stands out in my mind is his total isolationism in the face of foreign policy (because I disagree with total isolationism).
Originally posted by onthedownlow
Because Ron Paul doesn't limit attendance to his events, he must be the most popular candidate? I think a much more telling method for measuring candidate popularity might be in the vote totals. Ron Paul sounds pretty good on quite a few issues, but the only one that stands out in my mind is his total isolationism in the face of foreign policy (because I disagree with total isolationism). If Paul is such a great choice, tell me several of his policies that have helped to win your admiration, but exclude his foreign policy and his push to audit the Fed- does he have any?