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'Ron Paul still in the race with millions in funding and zero debt'

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posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 11:40 AM
reply to post by Wrabbit2000

Obama is going to beat Romney if Ron Paul dropped out today anyways. If Ron Paul dropped out 3 months ago, Romney would still lose in the Election. Ron Paul is the only candidate that can and will beat Obama and everybody knows it. So Ron Paul should fight on until August. Ron Paul IS winning. The media IS lying, they will lie all the way up to the RNC but once everybody is there, Ron Paul will be the clear choice. Ron Paul knows this and that is why he isn't going to quit. He will be the nominee and even if he only 2 months to prepare, he will destroy Obama. Look how far he has gotten without the media, just think how far he will get if they have to treat him fair.

If someone already said something like this in reply already, sorry. I haven't read every post yet.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 11:43 AM
its all about delegates...

Its funny i was speaking to someone at the bar last night and they were talking about ALL of ron pauls talking points... ending the fed.. ending the irs... ending the wars... sticking to the constitution... everything.. yet he says he will vote for romney not because he likes him but because he doesn't think anyone else can beat obama... he says that no one supports paul and he has no following or base..

Thanks main stream media lol this guy is a fine example of your intented goal

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 11:44 AM
reply to post by Lord Jules

That doesn't make a shred of difference. Either he will play ball and turn into yet another Obama (policy-wise) or he will refuse to play ball and either be impeached, assassinated, or he just plain won't get "elected". (The electoral process in the States is a farce and you should know that by now)
edit on 22/4/2012 by xXxinfidelxXx because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 12:16 PM
reply to post by Doalrite

I hope you did your best to educate this guy. Until Ron Paul gets an opportunity to debate Obama, he will be "down played" by MSM, so this really has to be a "word of mouth" effort between all of us that believe he is our last hope of restoring freedom to this country.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 01:07 PM
Sent in my absentee ballot for Rom Paul last week for the NY Primary. IMO he should announce his VP candidate, declare his third party run, and go for broke.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 01:07 PM
reply to post by thinks

"Ron Paul still in race with millions in funding and zero debt...and not enough votes" This is what your head;ine should have read....I like Mr. Paul but he cannot and will not be the nominee for President of the United States. Mr. Paul does not enough delegates to put him that position....he knows this why the very ardent supporters do not is almost funny. Mr. Paul should stick in too bolster his chance to be in a position to make changes as part of the admistration that does win the nominatrion...its pretty much Mit Romney at this point and like it or not thats who it will be.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 01:17 PM
If anything devastating comes out against Mitt Romney, than those votes or delegates will surely move to Ron Paul. The only problem is, somebody is pulling the strings on the GOP nomination and they certainly don't want Ron Paul in the running.

I could see the GOP convention becoming a heated fight for delegates. If the powers that be want Romney as the candidate, than I'm hoping Ron Paul runs as an independent. I really think there's a lot more democratic voters who will align themselves with Ron Paul, if he can get beyond the GOP convention or run as an independent.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 01:26 PM

Originally posted by fockewulf190
Sent in my absentee ballot for Rom Paul last week for the NY Primary. IMO he should announce his VP candidate, declare his third party run, and go for broke.

Not yet... no worries we have a plan

We are running in the republican party until the convention so we can obtain as many gop delegates as possible.

Then the third party move and going for broke.

It will be funny to see both romney and obama attacking paul and leaving each other alone because they will be under order too..

The establishment government doesn't care if romney or obama win.

Ron Paul 2012

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 01:51 PM
basically to state my opinion ron paul does still have a chance to pull off the nomination

but the system and establishment is clearly not going to let him

doesnt take away for the power of his movement though

i ran into a fellow the other day, a very well in tuned fellow and i asked him if he thinks anything really will happen in the future (drastic by any measures), i asked him if something is accelerating or a movement and momentum of peoples awareness is really occuring

he said it has to be and the group of the 5 of us all laughed

we laughed because we knew though. if a movement and change does not occur we are all doomed

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 02:00 PM
reply to post by DJMSN

I wouldn't be so quick to judge that Ron Paul doesn't have enough delegates. I think if you watch what is happening in the mainstream media, then yeah, they are going to skew the delegates in Romneys favor. But the fact of the matter is, there are MANY delegates still up for grabs, and this race is far from over. The delegate count that the MSM reports is just speculation at best, and in a perfect world these results would be advertised as such. I have also heard of Paul supporters dominating county and state conventions all over the country where primaries have been held, and I wouldn't be the first to say that the media probably blacks this out too.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 02:33 PM
reply to post by xXxinfidelxXx

I actually had to read your post about 3 times to make sure you were being serious instead of sarcastic. Obama all over again? Obama was elected because he was our first black president, and ran on a platform of hope and change that energized a lot of people at the time. Ron Paul will be elected because he wants to end the fed, bring our troops home, end foreign intervention, balance the budget, and take the government out of your life, out of corporations, and out of your bedroom, amongst many other things. Ron Paul wont change his ways because he has a long track record of being incorruptible, and quite frankly he is the best chance we have to get a president in office with sound moral values. And he is a bullshi**er because he practices personal responsibility? Wait... are you being serious? I honestly can't figure it out.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 02:36 PM

Originally posted by Res Ipsa
I would like to see him get just one televised debate with Obama and Mitt.
Let all the sleepers see there is a better choice.

That will never happen unless somehow controlled and fully editable because the poser politicians fear him immensely! They see the inevitability of displeasing their masters when all is exposed to the true holders of the power of the country. Most of, (if not all by now) the states have gone through the motions of restating their status of sovereignty. Indeed the power was given by the states to the federal government and can be revoked by the same! Who is the power of the states, why the people of coarse!

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 04:24 PM
reply to post by ajay59

Yeah, I hope your wrong, but have thought the same thing. Although the arrogance showed by Obama as he so "eloquently" bold face lies and manipulates truth may lull him/them into thinking they could actually win a debate with Ron Paul.

If that were to happen I think the support for RP would be so overwelming it would be impossible to hide...heck a girl can dream......

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 05:21 PM
what a hypocrite

he's running for the sake of running, and he's addicted to the attention and the fund raising

ALL politicains are the same, and he's proving it every day

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 05:46 PM

Originally posted by FeatherofMaat
reply to post by thinks

Ron Paul will never, ever be President. Not even close.

Is there some bit of info about vote fraud to which you alone are privy? Please share.
If an election is honest 'anyone' can win. Even a dog.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 06:11 PM
reply to post by syrinx high priest

That's just nonscence, very few people in this world could hold a candle to this man's integrity.

posted on Apr, 22 2012 @ 10:52 PM
WARNING; DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS! The truth is, Dr. Paul has more patriotism and integrity in his little finger than the others combined! Not only is he in the race but anyone with eyes can see he is by far the favorite! More and more is uncovered on a daily basis whether the MSM shows it or not. Have faith all, freedom shall once again be ours!

posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 12:35 AM
reply to post by ringels

Don't be shocked if the Secret Service show up at your front door.

You're a little too bold here.

posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 11:22 AM

Originally posted by xXxinfidelxXx
reply to post by thinks

I am so sick of this Ron Paul Mania, as none of you seem to be able to see that he is basically just Obama all over again. Remember the whole "Yes we can!" speech? Obama went from that to pretty much turning into a bloody demon as soon as he was elected. What makes you think that Ron Paul will be any different? As a matter of fact, his millions of dollars in campaign contributions and lack of debt are the primary indicator to me that he is nothing but another charismatic bullshi--er.

It's obvious you've never taken a good look at Ron Paul. His voting record speaks for it's self. He's been saying the same things for years. Trying to stop the crooks from taking over, trying to warn people what was coming if they didn't stand against it. If you think Paul and Obamanation have Anything in common, you haven't been paying attention. His lack of debt proves that he, unlike Obama and most other politicians, can control his spending.

posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 05:21 PM
reply to post by DAVID64

It's even more obvious that you fail to realize that your electoral system is broken. It does not matter what he appears to be right now. If he tries to change anything, he'll either be assassinated or impeached on trumped up charges. Think I'm wrong? Do the names Lincoln, Jackson, Garfield and Kennedy mean anything to you? They were all presidents who tried to attack the status-quo, and they all died for their attempts. I'm sorry if it hurts your delicate nationalist sentimentalities, but if RP is elected, nothing will change, except they may have one more dead president to add to the list.

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