Quite sad state of affairs that the non-Pauls here and in the media are so desperate to find and pounce on any notion that Paul is "selling-out". If
he is cordial with one of his competitors in the race then to the non-Pauls it's a signal he is cutting some super-secret back room deal. They reason,
"Paul can't win, and he has to go somewhere
." Paul is in his 70's, can't he just retire?
Quite pathetic, really, that other candidates have continually disappointed their constituency with lies and sell-outs. And for the non-Pauls, rather
than there existing one straight-forward politician - albeit not their
chosen one - they are hoping, praying even, that the last remaining
honest man is a sell-out too in order to justify their own disappointment and justify their own inner notion that they could trust no one and that the
entire system is working against them. Paul just shatters their illusion that the world is entirely cut-throat and beyond all hope of having any
goodness left in it.
These anti-Pauls will continue to confront you, literally accost you with their slogan, "Give it up. Paul can't win. Paul can't win!" Perhaps what
they don't see, what they cannot understand is Paul is more than a single man but a message of hope and a call for liberty as well, and you can't help
but wonder if these folks find it soothing to believe all is beyond repair. Or perhaps the message of liberty is just so abhorrent to them when they
want so badly to be part of an oppressive power that demands conformity and obedience. They cannot stand the idea that a person should be in charge of
their own life, take ownership over their own bodies, and make their own choices in how they want to live their lives.
They reason that Paul must do something, make a back room deal, sell out to the sociopathic demons, or something, anything in order to keep his legacy
alive and keep the gains he has made over the years. Do they not realize any sort of sellout at all would instantly negate that legacy and what he
has worked for, what Paul's team has worked all this time for?
"Ahh," they say. "Paul has admitted he is not sure
if he would endorse the GOP's candidate or not." To answer, we do not know who that GOP
candidate will be at this point in time. Perhaps we can guess but at this point we are not sure
either. Paul is just being honest and
straight-forward about an unsure event, he'll tell you he is unsure. That GOP candidate just might be himself and we expect Paul to be every bit
behind that candidate as we are.
edit on 3-4-2012 by Erongaricuaro because: (no reason given)