posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 05:27 PM
Right now Ron Paul has more delegates than most people are aware. Just during the last debate a guys from the station the debate was aired on
admitted that Paul was second in the actual delegate count. The biggest reason for there being such a large discrepancy between the delegate count
given by the media and the delegate that Paul and the news anchors are all seemingly aware of, is that the delegate totals given to use by the media
are these fancy little things called "projections." A delegate projection is not legally required to be in any way accurate, or to reflect the
reality of the delegate count. If you listen closely while watching the news you'll notice that the anchors always say "projection." Have you
ever wondered why they do that? Well, now you're informed as to why they do it.
Just a short while ago, the Paul campaign released their delegate count, in which Paul had a pretty close second to Romney. Now, why is this so
important? Well, it's important because the campaign did not call their delegate count a "projection," they simply call it their delegate count.
Now, who here honestly thinks that the Paul campaign would put themselves on the target range for their opponents to destroy in court?
If that's not enough to convince someone that Paul does pretty well, how about the fact that he does well in the polls? A number of news stations
have released polls to the public, indicating that Paul consistently does well when pitted against the other candidates, especially against Obama.
Also, does anybody remember last year, when Paul was winning or receiving extremely close second place finishes in various straw polls? I remember
very well just about every poster who isn't a Paul supporter giving no rebuttal other than something to the effect of "it's just a straw poll, they
mean nothing," even the media has this attitude.
Although Paul does very well as a candidate, the media does its best to distort reality, in order to make him look unappealing. Remember when Paul
was interviewed by a major news network, and the person interviewing him pestered him by essentially asking him the same question over and over again,
and then the video was edited to make him look like he was throwing a fit? Yeah, the media does that, they do it all the time, they even get caught
As if that weren't those weren't the only acts committed against Paul by the establishment, the media lied about Paul winning a popular vote!
However, due to the delegate selection process of that caucus, Romney won most of the delegates. This is how the media lied about this event, the one
time that Paul didn't win the delegates, they report on the delegate count, even though Paul came in first in the popular vote.
That all said, right now, even with the extreme media bias against Ron Paul, he's a very valid candidate, consistently coming in with good second
place finishes, and winning a number of the delegate contests. Ron Paul has gone father than he has now in past, and with far less success. He will
continue on, and he has a very good chance to make this work out.