3 responses to “Ron Paul 2012: Why is Ron Paul becoming so popular?”

  1. Bonnie

    The reason Huckabee, Romney and Palin are the top 3 is because they are of the “in crowd”, the very crowd that needs to be removed from leading the country. They are the media darlings and just like the popular crowd, the Jocks, etc., the media caters to them. Honest people who truly deserve our respect are shunned, ridiculed and/or ignored. It will take a majority of the people and a landslide victory to bring in Ron Paul. And it can happen if the media will just do their job and report the news instead of giving their “slant” and propaganda.

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  2. Matthew Holevinski

    “Why is Ron Paul becoming so popular?” sounds like a very uninformed individual asking a rhetoric question. When was Ron Paul never popular? Why I can’t think of a time…

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  3. Lindsey

    Ron Paul is not on the radar screen in the latest polls for president in 2012. The top 3 Republicans are Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin in that order. I don’t think Ron even makes the top 10 in polls. Unfortunately Dr. Paul appeals to a very narrow group of intellectuals. He needs to hire a PR person to spread his appeal. Otherwise he will be stuck with the same group of fervent supporters but not enough votes to make a difference. That is why I have always said he needs to at least make some appearances with front-runners like these top three. Why doesn’t Ron call Mike Huckabee and get on his show on Fox? I think Mr. Huckabee would go for it as he has had many flaming liberals as guests.

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