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I have never see a campaign team act so much

to the detriment of the election of their candidate as Ron Paul's campaign team.
Not even the Romney camp screws things up DELIBERATELY or as badly.

Ron Paul is a smart man.
He needs to get smart about this.
He hasn't been smart (in campaigning) since about mid January.

I think it is because he has had bad advice from those closest to him.

I suggest we start doing some of this.

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I've never seen such an exceptional politician, and such a lame campign team. A real American tragedy. But hey, it was Ron Paul's decision who ran his campaign, and how it was run. The old adage, "Nice guys finish last" comes to mind. I think the whole campaign agreed to step back when Rand bought in to the GOP creed by endorsing Romney while his own dad was actively seeking the nomination. You can't make this stuff up. That's awful hard to explain. I don't care how you spin it.

alan laney

He IS smart

enough to know the control of the government is rigged.

His real goal was to get his message out.



it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Completely agree:

I also have a suspicion that he was told what the consequences would be if he persisted.
Things changed after "breakfast with Ben"

I love my country
I am appalled by my government

Yep. It was after Breakfast

Yep. It was after Breakfast at Bernanke's that things started getting weird. After that breakfast, I remember a vid of Carol Paul talking before a RP speech, and she said something like "Ron is worried that something bad will happen."

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.


Things changed after "breakfast with Ben"

We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.
-George Orwell