Ron Paul is Half a Step from First PlaceSubmitted by Craigmfree on Mon, 09/26/2011 - 15:36
Kurt Nimmo and Alex Jones
September 26, 2011
A straw poll over the weekend shows that Rick Perry is losing it. The wheels are coming off his effort to take the GOP nomination and go up against Obama next year.
Once again, the establishment is unable to count — Ron Paul is a front-runner.
Perry threw his resources into the Florida straw poll last week after the battering he took during the most recent debate. The poll was won by Herman Cain, the former head of the chain Godfather’s Pizza, who has so far trailed most of the other candidates.
Following the debate, many so-called conservatives say they now support Mitt Romney. On Sunday, Romney beat Perry in a poll held in Michigan, the the former Massachusetts governor’s native state.
In an effort to regain the momentum, Perry’s camp has released a new video criticizing Romney’s support of national healthcare.
Jostling between the two candidates is pure theater for pubic consumption. Both are creations of the establishment and stand solidly behind the globalist agenda.
Romney is a Republican version of Obama — his mandatory health care legislation in Massachusetts served as the template for Obamacare – while Perry has been cast as the Tea Party candidate (after Republican operatives co-opted the movement and purged it of Libertarians and other unacceptable elements).
Perry’s support for the globalist agenda reveals he is anything but a true Tea Party candidate.
“While spewing Tea Party-style rhetoric about secession, shooting coyotes and courting the favor of Christian evangelicals, behind closed doors Perry has been quietly selling out Texas to globalist interests, auctioning off highways to foreign companies to turn them into profit-driven toll roads,” Paul Joseph Watson wrote prior to Perry’s official announcement.
Perry later took us for fools when he insisted he opposes the globalist superhighway in Texas.
In addition to working to turn Texas into a refuge for illegal immigrants, Perry aggressively promoted the Rockefeller Foundation-backed HPV vaccination campaign in Texas that has led to deaths worldwide.
Perry was considered the front-runner of choice because the elite wanted it that way. In 2007, he sojourned to Istanbul to attend the annual Bilderberg meeting. Bill Clinton did likewise before he was catapulted to the presidency for two terms.
“Speculation that Perry is the Bilderberg group’s ace card was prompted by the current political climate, which can largely be gleaned from the fact that Perry is a longtime, unwavering supporter of the NAFTA Superhighway and related infrastructure projects,” Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker wrote in June. “These pave the way for the Bilderberg-supported North American Union (NAU) proposal that would merge the U.S., Canada and Mexico.”
Romney has dispensed with the fake Tea Party rhetoric so popular with a number of establishment Republicans. He is basically an Obama clone. He has promised to make sure expensive entitlement programs remain untouchable (in an effort to swoon older voters) and said if elected he would allow the Federal Reserve to continue its rape and plunder of the country.
It should be obvious by now that there is only one candidate who is not a globalist stooge – Ron Paul, the candidate consistently ignored, underplayed and derided by the establishment and its corporate media.
A Rasmussen poll released on Sunday puts Paul in third place, although straw polls have put him in first and he remains a favorite of voters tired of establishment-rigged campaign seasons and elections and globalist-corporatist business as usual in Washington. It is a major embarrassment that he continues to win the establishment’s own straw polls at CPAC.
A poll conducted prior to the Rasmussen poll by Suffolk University/7News put Ron Paul in second place.
Despite this, CNN, Fox News and the rest of the alphabet false right-left paradigm corporate media continue to insist Ron Paul has absolutely no chance of winning the nomination.
Alex Jones: The rise and fall of Rick Perry, see the rest at the Alex Jones Channel.
During the last Fox debate, Paul was cheated out of time and ranked at the bottom. Romney was afforded over 12 minutes while Ron Paul was allowed to speak for a mere four and a half minutes. Rick Santorum – who isn’t even a serious candidate now – was given nearly twice that amount of time.
The only thing that stands between Ron Paul, the nomination, and the will of the people is the establishment and its dinosaur media. He is half a step away from the nomination.
Regardless of all the efforts by the establishment to ignore Paul and derail his campaign, his consistent strong showing makes it obvious he is the candidate that should go up against Obama.