posted on May, 14 2012 @ 10:55 AM
There are so many people out there who do not want to see another 4 years of Obama - there are tons who do, but it seems the majority wants to move in
a different direction.
People have been lied to for a long time, regarding the electability of Romney/Paul as presidential candidates opposite Obama. Portraying Romney as
the great contender and Dr. Paul as a faint pretender.
I believe all of the recent commotion surrounding the delegate counts and election conversation has given those, sedated by the Romney camp, the
opportunity to see the truth about Ron Paul and what he is truly capable of in an election bid for president.
He is electable, he is well positioned, his campaign is unorthodox and successful, his popularity is huge and growing, his ideas & promises are on par
with the change that the majority of Americans want - since being promised real changed and realizing they have been lied to.
Ron Paul could be the embodiment of the change we were promised 4 years ago, to benefit all Americans in one way or another. He has the intelligence
and composure to provide America with a meaningful change, a return to government where citizens can again be proud they are the foundation
supporting this transformation.
I wish there were a way that everyone could just drop the support they have given to whichever candidate they favor.
It seems much of the ongoing discussion is from supporters who are doing their best to prove that they were right with their initial choice. Even
though many of them have since realized they may have been wrong in the beliefs, ideas, and assumptions, they vehemently assert their support, in a
bid to defend their original choice.
We can also see some individuals adminestering verbal and physical assaults when they are involved in a confrontation with a supporter of the
'other' candidate and are unable to convince them to change. These altercations do nothing more than cause hate for opposing candidate supporters -
further closing their mind to ever supporting a different candidate and escalating tactics to higher levels of deceit, corruption, and debauchery.
If we could all just agree that at some point we may have been wrong, then we agree to move forward with an open mind and a commitment to base our new
choice off the facts and the direction we want to see our future travel.
If we could then share only the facts about each candidate with one another, with no motivation to convince others to vote for a particular candidate
- instead, using factual comparisons to determine who would be the most capable and ground-breaking candidate to achieve what we desire.
We could also compare their track record of honesty and how committed they are to stand behind their original beliefs and assertions.
If we could only do this we could have a real chance to place a candidate who could, not only defeat incumbent Obama, be trusted to give Americans
what they need moving forward, who could make the changes that would allow Americans to realistically pursue a better quality of life, with less
stress and deception. Keeping us in the loop of our government and the changes, instead of locking us out and force feeding us the choices they have
made without accounting for what the public wants or what is best for the American public overall - not what is best for those who have bought and
paid for government change to benefit the relative industry.