Friday, March 07, 2008

Ron Paul got some free media

A few different people told me today that Ron Paul had dropped out of the race for President. I said -- 'No way.'

Ron Paul won't drop out. There is no 'upside' for Ron Paul to drop out. Ron Paul isn't bucking to be John McCain's running mate.

The hunt for the R-party nomination started with more than a dozen candidates. Now there are two. And, with more states to visit and more brains to infect with the radical ideals of freedom - Go Ron Go.

Plus, Ron Paul has grandkids and books to sell.


Anonymous said...

John K. says: Ron Paul's message got out. And the conservative base clearly identified him as a kook. He never got more than 6% total support and only has 21 delegates. I win!

Mark Rauterkus said...

The message from the media was, "Ron Paul is out of the race."

That was not Ron Paul's message. It was a lie.

The media wants RON PAUL out of the race and will send out bad info -- and have egg on its face.

Your first statement is dead wrong. The neo-cons do NOT like Ron Paul. And, finally he got way more than 6% too. But, the media didn't report that either.

You win -- now go to war or send your kids there, in haste, for a lack of freedom at home.

Anonymous said...

John K. says: Exactly who are you endorsing for President, Paul or that Libertarian guy? Or would you just have preferred the libertarians to take over an established party with money and an active base? I did win! Ron Paul is out. Bomb em McCain is in.

Mark Rauterkus said...
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Mark Rauterkus said...

I do NOT have a vote in the April 22, 2008 election in PA -- because I am NOT a member of the "R" nor "D" parties.

But, I would like people who vote in the R primary to vote for the best candidate to limit the growth of government and extend personal liberty, Ron Paul, REPUBLICAN.

Those that are in the D party primary, they could write in "RON PAUL" -- or -- vote as they wish.

Come November, 2008, I'll have a different decision to make. I'll cross that when we get closer to the fall.