Tuesday, 5 February 2008

I call bullshit on the MSM!

Ron Paul Is Popular at the Super Bowl - FanHouse - AOL Sports Blog

If the presidency were decided by the people posting signs in and around Phoenix during Super Bowl week, Ron Paul would win in a landslide.

Although John McCain will win the Arizona Republican primary, I've seen more signs supporting Paul than I have for McCain, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton combined. Many of them are like the one above, combining Paul's face with the New England Patriots' logo.

So what does all this mean? Does the Super Bowl attract more libertarians than people of other political persuasions? Does the Paul campaign have a strategy of appealing to football fans? I don't know. But the signs are everywhere.

Are we supposed to believe that the same small band of Ron Paul supporters are flying around America, creating an illusion of huge support?

Are we supposed to believe that all the other canidates are flying in stealth mode?

This isn't like UKIP getting ignored. UKIP does get ignored, but then there is no real sign of secret mass support. Ron Paul has huge support in nearly every state. Support that goes out there and raises more money and has more presence in the real world (not the MSM T.V. fantasy world). than any other.

Are we all really expected to believe that this is insignificant and not even worth commenting on in the MSM?

********. It's a complete stitch up.


Ant. said...

Hi Matt,

Great blog you have here. I found it as I searched Google for the UK's Ron Paul.

Are you aware of any British politicians that have similar view to Ron Paul or Dennis Kucinich?

Keep up the good work.


Matt Davies said...

I wish we did have a Ron Paul.

Alas, I don't know anyone who is close at the moment.