Ron Paul: Internet Stats Reveal: Part II

by Mr. Polidico on May 26, 2007

The YouTube Challenge: Which Presidential Candidate has the most YouTube Subscribers?

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suexian 05.28.07 at 4:33 pm

that’s because Ron Paul is the only candidate with anything to say !

Mr. Charrington 05.29.07 at 10:11 am

I also like what Mike Gravel has to say. They’re both striking a chord with America. Either way, we just need to keep the Media and big business from picking out candidates for us.

Big Brother 05.29.07 at 4:47 pm

Yep – Gravel and Paul both.

I’d usually consider myself a Democrat, but I would definitely be willing to vote Republican if it meant putting R. Paul in office.

That alone says a lot for a candidate – to be able to convert people from one party to the other during a term. Well, that and the fact that the Democrats are equally as unappealing as most Republicans are to me from what I see of the current group of candidates.

They asked Gravel in the 1st debates, “you once said it doesn’t matter if you win. If that’s the case, then why run? Shouldn’t this race be reserved for people who actually want to win”?

Though Gravel had a great response to that question, I also think it applies to every candidate in some ways. Specifically, if a candidate is not going to actually play from the heart and actually invest themselves into their candidacy, why even bother running?

What this country needs is a real human being President for a change. We need someone who cares about the People and about our Country the way our original Forefathers did. Most of today’s candidates don’t share one ounce of themselves with the rest of us. They are mere puppets: Lifeless, soulless, political, talking rocks who’ve been drained of humanity and care about nothing more than their own political agendas.

It’s sad and disgusting all at the same time.

Ron Paul definitely gives hope to a group of otherwise disgruntled and/or defeated Americans who find it very hard to sit waiting for things to change on their own.

That’s why you are starting to see some young people make a difference. If the People won’t DEMAND change, we’re just as much to blame for the corruption and broken policies as the rotten politicians who implement them on our behalf.

Ron Paul is the type of guy we can trust to do the right thing.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t sleep in a car if I don’t trust the drivers driving skills. Know what I mean? I want to feel safe enough to put my alert to rest so I can relax for a change.

Go Ron Paul 2008!!

Ron Holland 06.01.07 at 3:34 am

Will Ron Paul & Rudy Giuliani Debate Foreign Policy at Freedomfest?
The annual FreedomFest conference, has issued a debate invitation to GOP Presidential candidates Rudy Giuliani and Ron Paul to use FreedomFest ‘07 as a debate venue to further explore their fundamental differences in foreign policy and the war in Iraq that were highlighted in the Columbia, SC debate. To review the debate invitation –
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