Ron Paul, America’s only hope for peace, prosperity and liberty in a Presidential candidate, is improving in the regular, non-Internet polls. Still well below Rudy Giuliani and John McCain, but gaining.
On May 3rd, he’ll be on a large televised debate from the Regan Library on MSNBC at 8 PM (ET). At that point, I should think he should start soaring in the polls as he finally gets the public exposure that he needs. The media machine which has been purposely snubbing him won’t be able to do much at that point. He will also be at the June 5th debate in New Hampshire, which will air on CNN. In between the two is a debate in South Carolina on May 15th to air on Fox. At the moment Ron Paul hasn’t been invited by Fox News. Odds are if he does well in the May 3rd debate, he’ll be invited however, and if he doesn’t you’ll see a large Internet backlash against Fox since Ron Paul is a large favorite on the Internet. The fact that a news channel such as Fox gets to be the one who decides who is a “serious candidate” and in, and who is not in the debate this early in the campaign is absurd. Of course their main criteria seems to be who paid the South Carolina ballot fee and scoring above 1% in polls, both of which it appears Ron Paul is doing.
Meanwhile, check out these videos of a Ron Paul interview done from a college dorm room…yes, the first Presidential candidate interview from a college dorm room. They are below the break with a another video.
Now a cool commercial of sorts made by a Ron Paul fan on the Internet: