posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 01:42 AM
As much as people like to believe in America.. "It will never happen here on this soil!" the opposite is true, as well.. People are fatalists. They
accept things as true because all odds point to it, it is fate of course, yet how many times do we not take into account unforeseen circumstances? My
point is this, all the Ron Paul "naysayers" echo the same sentiment - that the numbers at the rallies do not equate to votes, or tangible support
even. I vehemently deny this. Ron Paul is the only politician gaining the enthusiasm, and that is really what its all about, to have true momentum. As
in, those people going to those rallies ARE specifically there to support and vote for him. It is a myth now that young people do not vote, or do not
care. You can deny this, but you will be proven wrong at some point.
Yes, he will not get the nomination, because it is all a set up, and Romney has been picked to run (and lose) long, long ago. But you see more and
more that people are waking up. Ron Paul is helping change the nature of debate in this country. For that alone he should be praised. His intentions
are good, and he has the people of this country first in his heart. He is a type of hero that we have not had around for quite awhile. That is why I
believe, no matter if you disagree with some of his policies or not, he truly is the best choice to run this country. People are realizing this. They
might not vote Ron Paul as president as overwhelmingly as some of you hope, but the man, or woman, who comes after him will truly have a force backing
him that will be something to see.
I've always wondered... what if we just kept the names out of politics? You have candidate X, Y and Z. No names or pictures (or blur out their faces)
- just their policies. And of course the voting numbers. I wonder how many people would reject Ron Paul as legitimate if his name was no where to be
seen? As Candidate Y, he'd probably be the overwhelming favorite, if not only for the fact that once people saw video of those rallies, group think
would kick into effect.