posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 09:03 AM
reply to post by NightGypsy
So two wrongs make a right? Since when has it ever been acceptable to justify one's own behavior by pointing out the bad behavior of everyone else?
I don't let my kids get away with that.
Do you disagree that the strategy feels dirty? Suppose Paul wins the nomination, what do you suppose the average uninformed American will say about
it? What will the MSM say? Will they say it was a brilliant strategy, or will they scratch their heads and say, "that can't be legal?"
If it feels dishonest, then it probably is dishonest. If Romney wins practically every state's popular vote, and then doesn't get the nomination,
then it isn't a legitimate win for Paul, it is just evidence of an extremely broken system.
Sure, Paul has gotten screwed from the start also. Ignored by the MSM, pushed out of some events, etc. BUT, he could have pled his case to the
people instead of trying to backdoor the convention. He could have pled his case here in Florida, he had plenty of support, but he ignored the
Last election, in 2008, Paul lost my vote when I woke up one Sunday morning to an entire town full of graphiti-style advertising. It looked like
Anarchists had taken over the town, and it was off-putting. Many have said Paul's supporters are his worst enemy. Paul seems happy to be
marginalized and ridiculed by the MSM, instead of putting his best foot forward and making a legitimate bid.
I would vote for Paul because of his intelligence, and his policies make the most sense. I worry about Paul, because he doesn't seem to have strong
leadership skills, he doesn't run his campaign effectively, and he doesn't have control over his own camp.