Listening to the mainstream government propaganda arm corporatist media, one would think Ron Paul doesn’t exist; or, if he does, there’s no way he’s going to be the Republican nominee.
But something happened on the way to the media blackout party. Ron Paul’s message is winning despite the concerted effort by the political and media elites to act like he’s not really there. In Iowa, Paul is in a four-way tie with Herman Cain, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, according to a new Bloomberg News survey.
In New Hampshire, Paul is now second to Romney according to a Bloomberg News poll of that State’s voters. New Hampshire is essentially Romney’s home State, and he holds a commanding lead there; but a win in Iowa and strong second place in the Granite State would cement Paul as the leading anti-Romney candidate.
And according to Public Policy Polling, Paul now leads President Barack Obama 48 percent to 39 percent among the key independent voters. So that should put a damper on any arguments that Paul can’t beat Obama.
The mainstream media insist Paul doesn’t really exist, but more Americans are finding him every day — despite the media’s best efforts to sweep him aside, paint him as a kook or call him irrelevant. As one after another of the “chosen” neocon candidates flame out, it looks more and more like Paul will be the last man standing in a two-way Republican race with the flip-flopping Romney.
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