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Is It Ron Paul’s Turn?

Yes! It is his turn to surge in the race for the Republican nomination. Merry Christmas America! But, he’s not going to win. He’d make a great Vice President though, maybe even a cabinet position. But, he’s not going to take the top job. That requires personality. In this age of “Reality Politics”, Ron Paul is the least likely to “wow” anyone. His platform is one of the worthiest that we have seen in ages. It was the same last time too. His message is one that makes a lot of sense, for the most part.

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A few weeks back we engaged in a debate…me from here and you on the message board, about his ability to win. Many of you think he has what it takes. I agree, he does. But where we differ is whether he has what it takes to win it all. If he woke up tomorrow and developed a personality then he would stand a chance. If he figured out how not to scare the heck out of everyone, he could move closer. If he took less extreme positions now (he can always change his mind when he’s in office), he might be more palatable to the “establishment” voters. His only chance of winning the nomination, frankly, is if Gingrich and Romney self-destruct and if Perry drops out of the race completely.

Strangely enough, all of these things could happen. Gingrich, while a formidable opponent, is universally disliked and mistrusted, even by his own party. He has a way of alienating people. Most recently he made comments to alienate Hispanic voters and African American voters with comments regarding immigration and menial jobs. If he wanted to stoke anger towards Obama, he failed miserably with those two large voting blocks. And women, well he’s not scoring many points there either with his track record. This is all before people even hone in on his lavish lobbying supported lifestyle. He will benefit from his run, without a doubt…at the bookstore.

Romney, our favorite non-event, is getting frustrated. He can’t move up in the polls and he’s actually beginning to fade. Five years into his run for the Presidency, the poor schmuck can’t seem to convince anyone he’s a conservative. That’s because he’s not. He’s a closet liberal and voters are seeing through his attempts at appeasing everyone all the time, even if it means changing his positions on a daily basis to fit whatever’s in vogue. Oh, yes, he’s also got that other issue. It seems that Americans are just not ready for a Mormon in the Whitehouse and while that smacks of religious intolerance and bigotry, it’s a fact.

So, barring a last minute entry by Jeb Bush or Chris Christie, the Republicans could ostensibly hand the nomination to Ron Paul by default, as the most likeable on a slate of least likeable candidates. In truth, I have no idea at this point who will win the nomination for the party…it’s much easier to pick who won’t!

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10 Comments

  1. Bruce R Porter Sr December 19, 2011 at 6:49 pm

    I’ve been a Ron Paul supporter for years, and I’m a combat wounded veteran. I am forced to agree on his lack of personality. However, one keeps hoping that truth and ideas will win out against looks and BS. Maybe a forlorn hope. See, my problem is after Paul, and possibly Bachmann, I feel like I’d just be voting for the Kenyan but with a real US birth certificate.
    I don’t think any of the others understand, or worse, care about the Constitution or the dire straits this country and world are in. And it appears that they all LOVE the idea of big government….also known as dictatorship… Bush said its best when he said he liked a dictatorship, as long as he was the dictator.

  2. Kevin Small December 19, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    If you are a true American, you would have thought twice about foisting your Ron Paul’ opinion on your readership. OUR cause for liberty and freedom, not to mention saving this once-great country, needs every fiber of positive energy and optimism, lest we suffer the consequences ahead should ANY OTHER candidate/NWO-puppet get elected!!!

    You have respect from your readers. Therefore, you have the ability to actually sway opinions (unfortunately).

    Please consider doing some sort of a follow-up on this negative Ron Paul piece. The stakes are just too high to callously put forth something such as this.

    Kevin Small
    Naples, FL.

  3. Rob Ring December 19, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    BHO won in 2008 because he was the most personable candidate with a message which people enjoyed hearing.
    What then can we (those of us who recognize the importance of image/personality in marketing our messages to the people) do to help Ron Paul develop what he needs to win?

  4. Don December 19, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    The fact that you would say that he is not going to get elected for his personality is exactly what is wrong with this country in the first place . Your an idiot . Who gives a sh*t what his personality is like !! All we should care about are his views and what he stands for !!

  5. AL December 19, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    Ron Paul for treasury, NOTHING else.

  6. Bozz December 20, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    Resistance is victory! If your not for Ron Paul winning, then you are against everything that is right and good in politics. The establishment is freaked out that Ron Paul is winning, because they will go to prison when he wins.

  7. Bill December 20, 2011 at 3:15 pm

    Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate who really understands the Constitution from its beginning. He knows about the bad guys and since he is NOT drinking the Washington Kool Aid as is Newt just lets see what happens. Yes the Rep higher ups do not like Paul cause he does not bow to their Builderberger New World Order crap.

    BC

  8. Ed December 20, 2011 at 3:18 pm

    I’m not sure i agree with Dr Paul NOT wowing anybody; apparently you didn’t see his standing ovation on Jay Leno the moment he walked in or Jay’s 2nd guest who showed up wearing a Ron Paul revolution t-shirt and stump speech-ed for Dr. Paul.

    Apparently everywhere he goes where people pay attention he actually does wow people and its only the media that keeps repeating this nay-saying…

    And as for his policies, all of us with brains know he has those right. So, perhaps encourage people that he COULD win and that we would be smart to support him and ridicule the media.

    thanks and have a good day.

  9. League of Power December 21, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    Thanks for all the great feedback. Ultimately time will tell how this plays out. If it was on message alone he would have a much greater chance. Unfortunately, we live in world were people like the Kardashians are popular and loved. Personality plays a big part. It’s what propelled Obama 4 years ago.

  10. Loic May 27, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    A better question is why shouldn’t a Republican vote for Ron Paul? He stands for everything any true Republicans should stand for; low taxes, limited government, personal rights, pro-constitution (how many people can say they are anymore these days?) They say Ron Paul shouldn’t be in the Republican party because he has different views than they, but in reality it’s almost everyone else falling out of line of what Republicans are supposed to stand for and what they used to always stand for in the past. A good example of how these corrupt politicians don’t even vary much between Democrat and Republican is how little of change there’s been since Bush was president. What exactly has Obama done differently to help the country? People need to stop playing the left and right paradigm and realize that you should do your research and vote for whom you truly think has the best interest of the country in their heart. Who has a record to prove that they will stand by what they say? I can’t think of anyone more fit for the position than Ron Paul. He has always voted for the best interest of the American people in his 30 years of being in Congress.The views which would win him the Republican voters are his anti-war stance. Usually this is a Democratic stance, but we can see how Obama lied about the withdrawal of our troops and it seems nobody other than Ron Paul has any intentions of actually bringing our troops home. Also, his religious views and his strong family morals should help with winning the nomination. The final, if not he biggest concern at the moment which will help him win the nomination is his expertise in economics and his ability to set forth a plan to take this nation out of debt and to restore the great reputation The United States of America once had. -2Was this answer helpful?

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