Suspicious Attacks on the Super Brochure: Agents Provocateur?Submitted by Dr.K.Research on Sun, 02/19/2012 - 16:35
Feb. 19, 2012: 2:00 p.m, by K. Khaleel, Exclusive to the Daily Paul
On the Daily Paul and also RonPaulForums there has been a relentless attack on a grass roots project for the Ron Paul presidential campaign called the super brochure. Posters have claimed that the brochure is ineffective and even dangerous. These posters say virtually nothing good about it and are always in the attack mode. The mailings, they attest, are a waste of money and precious resources.
They even claim that the Ron Paul campaign itself is against these brochures. Accusations have been spread widely, without substantiation. When the posters are countered, they offer no evidence for their claims. There is also a trend within these posts which is highly disturbing. While the brochure is condemned, simultaneously, SuperPacs and, particularly, RevPac are either commended or treated neutrally. Something is amiss? Is it a plot?
The brochures are highly professional. They are colorful, artfully done, and the content compelling. Leaving nothing to chance they answer so many questions. In fact, reading them creates a sense of motivation and desire, a real enthusiasm to support Dr. Paul. Within the super brochure are answers to the global crisis we are in. They have summarized in a thorough form virtually all of Dr. Paul’s positions. Thus, many Ron Paul supporters find them essential and freely give them out, without a second thought.
Supporters then noticed a battery of attacks regarding them on the Daily Paul. The velocity of those attacks increased dramatically after a recent pledge drive. People actually signed up that day just to attack the thread.