Where the News Media Goes Wrong: Ron Paul and Harry TrumanSubmitted by Professor Wall on Tue, 01/03/2012 - 12:16
This gives a historical precedent for Ron Paul's rise. Harry Truman faced the same odds as Ron Paul in 1948 and still won. The circumstances were almost identical:
Ron Paul and Harry Truman: Where the News Media Goes Wrong
The common word one often hears from the media’s so-called ‘experts’ today when it comes to Ron Paul is that the man cannot win the Republican nomination or the general election. He is simply too far out. He has no chance. One also hears that the nomination seems to be destined for the former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and that he has the best shot to beat incumbent President Barack Obama.
Interestingly enough, the same was said over sixty years ago about a man who was fighting for the Presidency of the United States against odds that all the ‘experts’ said were much too great for him to overcome. They did not see how the man could win the nomination of his party, much less the general election. This man was Harry Truman.
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