Just read the worst Time Magazine article ever (in my opinion)Submitted by Chuckduck764 on Mon, 07/18/2011 - 18:56
I just finished reading the worst Time Magazine article I have ever seen. The article outlines the odds of each candidate winning the republican nomination. Guess who had the best odds according to Time? Yup, Mitt Romney. They say Romney has a 50% chance of being the nominee. What is even more frightening is that they say Jon Huntsman has the next best odds of becoming the nominee. Really, the former Obama administration ambassador who had a liberal record as governor, who no one has ever heard of, and who can barley hang on to 1% in the polls, somehow has the second best chance of becoming the nominee? They claim that his odds are 22%. The list goes on from best odds to worst, in this order: Romney, Huntsman, Pawlenty, "Mystery Candidate", Gingrich, Palin, Santorum, Bachmann, and lastly, Paul. Not a big surprise to see one of the most inaccurate magazines putting Paul at the bottom of the list. They inaccurately say his odds are .05%. Really, Time magazine is saying that the only candidate with any type of record and the most principles out of any candidate has the worst odds of being the nominee. Time claims that he is a "fringe candidate", but he is the only one that speaks the truth. Paul even destroyed the so-called frontrunner Romney in Time's own poll!! This article just proves how Time distorts the facts and has no credibility as a news magazine. If anything, Paul has one of the best chances to become the nominee and win the presidency.
Ron Paul 2012