How come the Rand Paul subreddit has hardly any posters?Submitted by Michael Nystrom on Tue, 07/29/2014 - 01:16
How come the Rand Paul sub reddit has hardly any posters? That's what he said:
[–]Pavulox 8 points 1 day ago
Huge Rand supporter. But why does this sub seem so unpopular. There are virtually no comments on any posts.
I've wondered that, too. Hey Rand Paul supporters, that is probably a place to go invade if you want to make a show of force, and influence things. Reddit is news in and of itself.
It is huge. It has an Alexa rating of 53, meaning it is the 53rd most popular website in the world. 18th in the US.
Compare that with the Daily Paul's 14,000 ranking, 3,000th most popular in the US. Not chopped liver, but not 18, either.
Or is Rand Paul just a mirage, like Mitt Romney was? One has to ask, where is the independent grassroots support? Not support that is one way or another tied to his dad? The Rand Paul Review - the only dedicated Rand Paul site - has an Alexa Ranking of 575,000.
For a traffic driven site, anything not in the top 100,000 is pretty lame.
And yet Rand is on TV, makes big news in the MSM, scores well in the polls. But then again, so did Mitt Romney.
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So you know, it makes me wonder. (Just sit back and take a listen, or at least read the lyrics.)
What makes this one of the greatest songs of all time?
I'm really more of a lyrics man, and the lyrics to this song are awesome, and are delivered with such authority, like a chill fall wind. And it is truly two songs in one - the ballad that gives way to the hard rock, like Ron giving way to Rand.
Yes, there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run
There's still time to change the road you're on.
Always time to change the road you're on.
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Back to the plan:
This one is a close third: Furious George.
We are not dealing with rocket scientists over there, folks.
So how come the Rand Paul sub reddit is empty? People on here like to complain about the lack of support for Rand on here. Now it is my turn: Like it or not, reddit is a cultural force. Where's the presence.
Make this headline come true: "Rand Paul becomes liberal reddit's new darling."
Go get to work. Invalidate the headline of this post.
(But for God's sake, don't be Paultard 2.0!)