posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:31 PM
Originally posted by eLPresidente
Originally posted by Domo1
Its too late for him to run 3rd party.
its not about winning a third party run as much as it is about getting into the national debate and opening the eyes of millions of americans to the
two party scam.
are we, ATS members really just going to sit here like morons and let two turds argue each other about 'who built what'?
or are we going to talk about real issues like the fed, imperialism, and civil liberties?
Ron Paul polls nationally 18-21% between Robamney, thats enough to get him into the national debates with the threshold being 15%, thats unless they
change the rules and move the threshold like the RNC did with nominations.
They would just gloss over him as usual, and have a select 1 or 2 direct questions for him:
ABC would ask him about his white-supremacist newsletter thing from 20years ago and never ask him another question. Stephanopoulos
FOX would ask him questions about the Fed and then the good Dr would lose everyone in a too-intelligent rant about bubbles, liquidity, Keynesian v.
Austrian Economics. Kavuto
Then they'd ask him questions on why he likes Iran and wants to be their friend when they burn babies and eat them for snacks and should be wiped of
the face of the earth. Hannity.
MSNBC would accuse him of being wholly evil by asking why he hates poor people so much as revealed with his disdain for the welfare system. Then
they'll give him 10 seconds to answer, cut him off, and switch over to their guy and get all tingly and frothy at the mouth. And give him 5 minutes
to stumble through is normally inane responses...er ah, uhm you see, uhm Chris, er, k, as I said before, ah you know.... Chris Matthews.
There's no fair shake for anyone outside of the love bubble of the elite on national coverage, be it the major networks, or the associated press.
Now a one-on-one debate Ron vs either, that would be something to behold because they would be forced to ask both pretty much the same questions.
Then it'd be the battle of truthful, intelligent, and witty dialogue vs old, canned rhetoric and ers, ahs, uhms.