Why is the Media & Republican Party Snubbing Ron Paul from the Republican Nomination for 2012?
Its pretty clear that Ron Paul who been a Congressman for Many years and probably the only Representative that cares about real issues like the federal reserve bank, and the TSA and all the wars taking place across the middle East. My question is Why cant he win when he is clearly the only person qualified to be president of the United states?
Ron Paul isn't helped by the Republican Party because Ron Paul cares about real issues and concerns from his heart and reasoning. He is the only one brave enough to call out real problems and hidden enemies of America like the Federal Reserve and the IRS. He's ahead of the curve and knows we should never even have implemented the Federal Reserve and we compromised our country, nor is income tax even legal. He isn't driven or controlled by corporate interests and he doesn't play the "game" like all the other politicians. Others in the party aren't leaders, it's an old boy's club that stick to the plan at all costs and do what they're told. Ron Paul doesn't fit in.
Ron Paul has risen on his own merit and the Republican Party is never going to support him, promote him, or let him represent the party, so they'll push any idiot in front of him who plays by the rules and behaves. Very unfortunate but that's exactly where we're at and he'll continue to be snubbed.
This happens every election year. Rob Paul is generally adored by "everyman" voters, particularly young people. He is, by definition, a Republican and a Constitutionalist. Nonetheless, his views are diametrically opposed to the current schemes of his party. I can only hope that he gets a fair shake this time around. Times like these illustrate exactly how evil and incompetant the two-party system truly is.
ron paul appears to be an honest, principled man. those two things make him ineligible for support by the gop.
while most politicians seem to be corrupt, the gop appears to be pushing the envelope and are joined by most in their party.
Because he is the libertarian, anti-imperialist candidate.
Ron Paul had about 10 minutes or so to speak last night on CNN. Probably the most airtime he has gotten in his entire life. Made a great speech, we need him, only so that the next election can be on issues, not sound bytes.
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
It's been awhile since anyone has mentioned Ron Paul here. Evan G. Rogers, the biggest RP proponent, has been MIA.Good to see someone raising a ruckus!Your thoughts?Excerpted from article entitled "Romney Clinches Republican Nomination"(Hooray. We no longer have to refer to him as the...
by mio cid 6 years ago
Is Ron Paul giving birth to a movement that can develop into a full fledged political party?Maybe attracting real independents not the pseudo independents that are really just to the left of the democratic party or to the right of the republican party?
by SparklingJewel 7 years ago
this guy is giving a perspective that needs to be heard Specifically, on all the metrics that a year ago everyone accepted as useful indicators of political standing, Ron Paul is not just a front-runner but a strong one.First, and most directly, he does extremely well in polls. The organization of...
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
I just had to share this WTF? Ron Paul supporter moment. I was in a store called Sacred Space in Durango, CO the other afternoon.The proprietress is a seer/healer. Does readings. Sells crystals and tinctures/herbs and other assorted spiritual sundries.The decor is sort of neo-fairy, if you get my...
by 910chris 6 years ago
I have noticed out of all of the pictures of the Arizona debate, only 2 had Ron Paul in there. In fact, most articles about that same debate don't even mention Ron Paul. What is it that they don't want people to know? I guarantee if Mittens or anyone else had over 1,000 Vets and active duty...
by kirstenblog 7 years ago
I just stumbled on this story and am really impressed. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/2 … 09102.htmlThe story is about Ron Paul's stance that the fed should take a hands off approach to medical marijuana, that it should be down to the states. My only worry is that Obama campaigned...
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