Great Paul Answer On Defeating ObamaSubmitted by Cowboy J on Sun, 12/11/2011 - 01:23
I crafted this answer for Dr. Paul, in the hopes that he might say it if/when he is ever asked about his electability, especially in the next FOX debate. Maybe we can all chime in and create a final version to send to Dr. Paul that he might consider. Here's my start:
MSM Moderator: Dr. Paul, there is still the question about your electability, sir. The main goal of the GOP, as you know, is removing the president from office. How are voters to believe that you could beat Obama in a general election, if you were to somehow secure the GOP nomination? (*smirk)
Dr. Ron Paul: I'm not worried about my chances of beating Obama; an election against Obama would actually be rather easy. It's the GOP nomination that is the most difficult election of this entire cycle for me. There are so many Americans who still believe in the founding principles of our country; the very principles that I represent. They've stopped voting for a long time because they became tired of having to choose between the lesser of two evils. I'm trying to get the GOP nomination so that I can bring these founding principles to the main stage once again; with truth, honesty and the most consistent, principled record to back me up. If the GOP will allow themselves to embrace my platform of principled conservatism, and join forces with my supporters to restore this country, we're guaranteed to have voters hit the polls like we haven't seen in a very long time. Defeating Obama would be no problem at all.