reply to post by freakjive
No doubt about it, he is a class act, but more importantly he has to watch what he says when he says it because the MSM and his fellow politicians can
and will use his words against him. This applies to anyone in politics really, but when talking about conspiracy theories one has to try to side step
the stigma's, unfortunately.
reply to post by Tanulis
You do make a good point, if there is a conspiracy against the man (which there is) then why not let him win a couple of states to keep the heat off
any suspicions that the conspiracy is real? But they won't even give him a win because they are so afraid of him, his message, his supporters, and
they do not want to see him gain in the popularity contest that politics has become. Didn't the MSM report Romney as the winner of the Virgin Islands?
Not that the islands mean much in the political scene it just goes to show you that even a legit win won't be given easily to RP.
reply to post by Q:1984A:1776
No problem and thanks for reading! I suggest to everyone to watch Santorums speech and then Ron Pauls speech because they are night and day. How can
people just not see the obvious? People haven't been paying attention to obvious for centuries upon centuries, although lets hope that those days are
coming to an end and RP is definitely helping the American people wake up and see what they've been missing while being mislead.
12-3-2012 by Swills because: (no reason given)