A Ron Paul Vice Presidency would mean more than just an empty suitSubmitted by sovereignjanice on Thu, 06/21/2012 - 08:04
If I could vote at the RNC for Ron Paul to be president and if he doesn't get it, then vice president, I would and here's why:
A RP VP would be more than just an empty suit. The good doctor would not lay down for anything. He would be the most vocal VP in history. Preaching the message to liberty to a national audience whenever he wished. Changing minds faster than ever. Potentially he would be in perhaps the best position to change some positions of Flip Romney. If he can flip one way then he can flip our way too. With his new security clearance, RP could uncover a lot too. I'm not so delusional to think a VP Paul wouldn't be blocked as much as the establishment could, but I can't stop thinking that a VP Ron Paul can do more than a retired ex-congressman Ron Paul can.
RP could have so many speaking engagements where he could give liberty speeches with national media attention. He could go places and do things that he couldn't do before. VPs in the past have just sat back and collected a paycheck, but we all know RP is never one to sit back on anything. The VP position would be a full suit for the first time in history.
Does anyone know the agenda plan for the RNC? If VP gets picked after president, personally, I would vote for RP for VP AND President (or abstain) and if we don't get a brokered convention, we can change the party platform (yes I know, that doesn't really mean much), and we can get RP a political position where he could spread the liberty message even more and become the most influential VP in U.S. history.
When national attention is forced to compare Romney against Paul, the world will see what we're talking about. This doesn't mean I would vote for Romney in the general election just because Paul is his VP, but in the least, every year, month or even minute that we have Ron Paul holding a political office is a better day than a having a retired Paul.
I not saying to vote for Romney in the general election just because Ron Paul is the VP (I'm not), but Goldman Sachs usually gets their guy elected and we all know the voting machines are rigged anyway. So if the powers that be push through Romney, then he has to take Paul with him.
That's just my opinion.
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