posted on Jul, 22 2011 @ 06:20 PM
reply to post by DrMattMaddix
Keeping aside the birther part that you added to your OP, I am rather surprised that Ron Paul is getting a lower percentage than Obama. I'd figure
most republican presidential candidates would be getting higher then him? This tends to be the case for many presidents at this period of their
I think Paulers, ATSers should stop relying on Polls to boost Ron Pauls chances as president. We saw the whole polls and donations hype during the
previous elections, and what happened? Ron Paul gained a mere 4% of the republican primaries. He has to market himself to the conservative bases....
and according to the level of votes, he hasn't convinced enough. Maybe because he'll actually move to dismantle fundamental programmes like
medicare, medicaid, social security, and I don't think conservatives could seriously stomache this. They say they want this to happen, when it's a
on a forum or among their tea parties, but they wouldn't want to actually go through with it.
You have to seriously ask yourself what exactly turns many republican voters off of Ron Paul. I don't buy this arguement that he is not being equally
exposed. Most folks I know are republican leaning, they KNOW who he is, they just don't want to vote for him.