posted on Jul, 20 2012 @ 11:25 AM
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by ninepointfive
That has no relationship to what I said or asked? I don't belong to a Party personally and don't care for any one of them. I find the Paul phenomena
interesting but it's hard to have any discussion with a Paul supporter as they assume they are being attacked and don't comprehend the words.
I'm curious if there are covert Obama supporters who are mixed in among the Paul supporters because they think it will help Obama? Every vote for
Paul, even though he lost the nomination, helps Obama. So anyone who does not want Obama should if using common sense, not vote for Paul. I think that
Obama is the only President in my time that actually scares me somewhat. I would vote for someone I don't like to get rid of him. His ideology is
I can give you an accurate impression, since I've been involved in both 2008 and 2012. Sure, there are people who voted for Obama on board with the
r3volution, and those who voted for Bush on board too.
I think a lot of people who consider themselves Democrats are actually libertarians, but they don't understand economics. Those who have supported
Obama in the past have come over, and they admonish Obama now. There really isn't anyone who would vote for Obama and support Ron Paul, unless
I have actually read posts on facebook of so called, "Republicans" who would vote for Obama over Paul in the general election. Those are the types
who we run into conflict with in the GOP, because they really don't support the party principles or liberty. Anything further, I'd be happy to have
a discussion on the subject.