Here’s your chance, those of you who complain that the media picks our candidates.
They certainly are trying to steer people away from Ron Paul, doesn’t that tell you something?
You don’t agree with all of any candidates views or actions but we have to choose one. Why not the one who hasn’t changed in 35 years.
You don’t like his views on foreign policy, well, our immediate threat is not in the foreign policy arena but financial. He has a plan to cut $1trillion the first year he’s in office and to cut 5 federal bureaucracies.
He is the one candidate that I am confident is not a part of the ruling class.
Ron Paul is likely to win more delegates to the 2012 GOP convention than either Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum this week. Wait. What? That’s why he campaigned in Maine this weekend.
By Peter Grier, Staff writer / January 30, 2012
Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, speaks at a campaign stop in Freeport, Maine, Saturday.
Robert F. Bukaty/AP
This week, Ron Paul is likely to win more delegates to the 2012 GOP convention than either Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum. In fact, he’s likely to win more delegates than Gingrich and Santorum combined.
“Hold it”, you’re saying, “How can that be? Rep. Paul’s polling in single digits in Florida. He’s going to finish behind Gingrich and Santorum, as well as Mitt Romney, in Tuesday’s Florida primary. How can that translate into beating any of his rivals at all?”
We’ll tell you how – because he’s not winning those delegates in Florida. He’s winning, or will probably win, at least a few delegates in Maine.