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Originally posted by mrnotobc
This is my challange. I say Ron Paul is by far the most popular, and here's the proof. If you don't like Ron Paul, here's your chance to prove me wrong. Post the youtube of your man with a bigger crowd. No whinning, No excuses. Just put up or shut up.
www.youtube.com...edit on 27-2-2012 by mrnotobc because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by mark1167
To bad when it comes time to vote sadly and strangely Ron Paul will end up in last in Michigan. Did you see the turn out for Romney? Five hundred guys in suits in a stadium that holds 65,000. But strangely enough he will run away with it . We have been seeing this through out the campaign. Ron Paul seems to have the majority of support where ever he goes, but the final tallies seem to always put him in last or third.
Until the system of voting is changed and counts are allowed to take place in public view instead of secret rooms, this will never change.
I want Ron Paul in as much as anyone here, but the reality is they do not want him messing with their plans and will never let him in.Plain and simple.
Originally posted by MrSpad
You can easy google any of the candidates including those who have quit in front of very large crowds. Using such images one could make a case Huntsman was winning before he dropped out. Of course the polls and actual voting results would make that case weak at best. Paul has a small loyal following. He does not manage to gain many new followers, nor does he tend to lose any no matter what he does. I expect he will make a deal with Romney for a spot as VP or in the Cabinet in return for his backing. He knows in his followers eyes he can do no wrong so they will back anything he does. He can sell it as the best way to push his agenda and say Romney has agreed to give his ideas a fair shake. And his backers will eat it up.
Originally posted by NowIsThe
reply to post by DaTroof
No. You're not comparing apples to apples and I think you were kidding.
Nevertheless, show us a bigger more enthusiastic primary rally for Obama.
Then, we will show you an inauguration rally for Dr. Paul. ...Just wait for it. It's coming.edit on 28-2-2012 by NowIsThe because: (no reason given)
PHILADELPHIA — Barack Obama was greeted by the largest crowd of his campaign Friday night in Philadelphia. Some 35,000 people jammed into Independence Park to see the Democratic presidential candidate, four days before this state's crucial April 22 primary.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
Made this just for ATS; be sure to share with your friends, LOL.