...but who is going to vote for him that didn't vote for Ron Paul? Do we want exactly the same results or different results? Fair or not, sensible or not, Americans have almost always voted for senators/governors to be president, and not so many judges. One of the Dr.'s biggest challenges was that people didn't get to hear who he truly was and what he believed. Does the Judge have more name recognition than Ron? Can the Judge circumvent a media blackout better than Ron Paul, when they won't even air his TV show? A politician currently in office has the advantage of speaking about their position on the legislative debates of the day. Judge Napolitano doesn't get to be on TV much unless Jon Stewart has him on the show. How can he raise his profile so more Americans know who he is? I know many of us love people like Napolitano or Jesse Ventura, but we have to acknowledge some of the practical challanges.
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."-Samuel Adams
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