posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 11:36 AM
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
This post is using a poll that is weeks old and outdated. The latest polls show Obama beating Paul. Out of more than 60 polls conducted over the
past year of Paul vs Obama...Paul has only a +1 and +2...outliers. But that doesn't stop it from getting tons of stars from Paul supporters who are
illogical and/or don't understand how polls work: www.abovetopsecret.com...
This post is denying a valid hard count of bound delegates just because it is opposite of his own false created reality. If this hard count is
correct, it means that Paul is pretty much done in this primary. He tried in my thread to claim they are wrong...he just showed how little he knows
about the process. But he continues to just be willfully ignorant and continue to spread false information that these counts are wrong:
So there you go...have your good laugh...or more likely ignore it and agree with what those posts say....even though they are false.
I don't care if the poll is outdated or not.. the core point to me is that it means Ron Paul stands the best chance of beating Obama compared to the
other GOP candidates.. whether anyone in the GOP actually can, is another issue for me entirely..
I don't get why the GOP is supporting someone they know won't win unless it's as suggested, they don't WANT to win and they'd rather watch Obama trip
up his last four years in office.
Full disclosure: I voted Obama last election.. and I had high hope for all of his election rhetoric, but he's failed to deliver .. I'd love to see RP
in office because I think he would at very least undo some of the things put in place over Bush and Obama's time in office.. I think he'd truly
attempt to bring us more in line with our constitution.
I saw you mention earlier that Paul couldn't beat Romney in a debate, so how could he beat Obama? or something along those lines ( forgive me if it
wasn't you ) .. but I don't think that's exactly a fair statement to make given that Paul was allowed much less time to speak during the debate
cycle.. he's been given very little media attention as well .. he's been pretty much muted.. and given the sheer number of fans, and the whole
phenomena that IS Ron Paul.. that seems rather horrible.
I don't know how Ron would fair with Romney or Obama in a fair, equal debate.. better than you might think though, I'm sure.
edit on 4/30/2012
by miniatus because: (no reason given)