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Romney May Be the End of the Line for the Republican Establishment

timsky969 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:02 AM
Ron Paul is no outsider champ have heard him live and he says what ever you need to hear to vote for him He was bumbling along and when he would start to lose the crowd he'd shout god bless the 2nd amendment for the gun crowd that was in attendance but he don't believe it
TomM5 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 9:36 AM
Actually, if you got of your butt and researched it you would see that Ron Paul has never been a finger-to-the-wind type. His opinions and actions have not changed since he was first elected in the 1970's. He does not make up things to get people to vote for him. He does sometimes speak on very deep subjects in a very technical way. Occasionally in his speeches he has to step back and give some rally cry to keep people engaged, but it is always things he believes in and has consistently for 40 years.
Mitt Romney's comments about 47 percent of Americans being dependent on government and locked in to vote for President Obama highlight a fundamental reality in American politics today: The gap between the American people and the political class is bigger than the gap between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C.

Romney's remarks are the GOP equivalent of Obama's notorious comments about small-town Pennsylvania voters bitterly clinging to their guns and religion.

Both Romney and Obama highlighted the condescending attitude that political elites hold of the people they want to rule over. A National Journal survey found that...