If Dr. Paul Does NOT Get The NominationSubmitted by pil45 on Thu, 02/17/2011 - 09:28
With odds seeming very high that Dr.Paul will announce a run for the Presidency it has got me thinking scenarios.
We can already see that the news media are scrambling to render Ron Paul "unelectable" even though every MSM news outlet have had him on as an expert on the economy ever since the last Pres.Primaries.
We know that we will have a lot of the statists twisting and obscuring Dr.Paul's stance on the issues as to cause confusion and uncertainty in the sheeple.
We know this will be an uphill battle with, probably, some disappointing times and some amazing times. Hopefully with an end result of : President Ron Paul. :)
But, maybe we should have a contingency plan or extended campaign vision for what may go down in 2012.
Do you think it would be a good idea, if Dr.Paul does NOT get the Republican nomination, to give up his seat as a Congressman to mount an independent run for the White House?
After all, he is getting up there in age. Either way he will be retiring (i might assume) in the next decade.
This will most likely be the only chance to get him into the Whitehouse. Going for broke may be the way to go.
And,he now has his son in the Senate to carry on the philosophy.
The idea of a 3 way race with Obama/Romney/Paul makes me think Dr. Paul stands out as the obvious choice. There may be nothing we can do to get Dr. Paul the nomination, it may already be owned by Romney.
So, are we just gonna quit if that happens, or will we continue?
Anyone have any thoughts on this?