I believe this is Ron Paul’s single greatest debate performance in history. As I’ve discussed before, Ron Paul is set to win the office of the president and become the next President of the united States — one of the few men in American history who will actually be deserving of that title.
Many people are still skeptical to varying degrees about this. I believe the majority of skeptics left fall into one of two camps. There is a minority of people left who are genuinely ignorant of Ron Paul. They will “come around” easily as Ron Paul continues to destroy what’s left of status-quo politics.
The two main camps then are
A. Zombie Sheep
Brainless, spineless cowards who long ago lost the ability to think independently. These are the people who will be writing in “John McCain” because they still think it’s 2008. Most of these people will sleepwalk through their entire lives and will never support Ron Paul, life, and liberty. Such a man and such concepts are antithetical to their entire existence.
B. Non-zombie sheep (flat line thinkers)
These are the masses of people who are ‘open’ to the idea of Ron Paul as president, but only think and act if the herd approves. Many of these people like Ron Paul, but will only vote for him when it’s staring them in the face that he not only has a chance to win, but a very high chance, because “everyone” likes him now. These people are largely incapable of thinking long range, and hence, are unable to accurately predict Ron Paul’s championship victory.
So rather than looking at everything as it is today and projecting that out for the foreseeable future, long range thinkers are able to spot the fundamental compounding trend in Ron Paul’s campaign, and subsequently sum it — such sum total being his victory.
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = fail
1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6 = win
My prediction stands. Ron Paul will win the republican nomination, thanks to
- young adults
- tea party republicans
- democrats (taking the time to switch parties or vote as a democrat when allowed in their State)
Ron Paul will then have the support of all these groups, most smaller political parties, a significant number of democrats who hate war, hate the federal reserve, and love weed — and the entire republican party.
Think for yourself, RP has this in the bag.
— Anthony Dream Johnson