From left to right: two views on Paul
Published: Thursday, September 1, 2011
Updated: Thursday, September 1, 2011 03:09
Almost as bad as his inability to gain followers, Paul's supporters are the most pretentious, arrogant jack-asses of all the Republican candidates. During political events, his supporters interrupt like children running through a Toys-R-Us. They also disperse like robotic drones in online political forums to rant-and-rave about the almighty Ron Paul. Is it fair to say "all" of his supporters act as such? Probably not, but many exist, and they are failing his candidacy. If anything, they do more harm than good.
The question still remains; will Ron Paul win the Republican nomination? The answer is no. Paul has alienated himself so far outside all political boundaries. He will have no Democratic support, minimum Republican support and little encouragement from the Independents. If he advances to the general election and, somehow, snatches the win for presidency, we will have unfortunate gridlock for another four years.