Ron Paul vs Barack Obama
May 9, 2011 § 2 Comments
A seemingly little noticed Rassmussen poll from April 2010 had the Texas Congressman just one percentage point behind Obama in a hypothetical 2012 presidential race. Support for the champion of the Constitution was at an amazing 41%. This of course may have been because so many would simply not vote for the current President of the United States and would cast a vote for anyone else. However, just over an year later, a new poll has shown that Paul would be just seven points behind Obama with 45% of the vote against Obama’s 52%. Paul would have the best chance out of all the best GOP candidates; beating Huckabee, Romney, Gingrich, Palin, and Trump. While this poll was taken before the widely reported assassination of Osama bin Laden, as the economy gets worse under the Democratic Administration and the celebrations wear off, Obama’s lead will surely shrink as Paul is consistently proven right about his warnings regarding the American economy.
As he is clearly the most consistent and prinicipled candidate currently running (this category includes the President) as time goes by more and more Americans will get the chance to hear his name and realize that he is the only viable choice they have to save their country from utter catastrophe. I am not exagerating when I say that the 2012 vote will be between the forces of freedom and those of liberty. While Paul also ran in the 2008 campaign with the exact same message of peace and porsperity through the Constitution, the ultimate winner was portrayed as one who could bring hope and change to America because of his supposed skills and his unique background. The sane ones among knew that could never happen through anything else expect freedom. Big government would not be able to fix the problems it itself caused.
Therefore, this presidential election, more than any other before will give Americans the chance to redeem themselves and their country by walking the path that originally made America the freest and more prosperous nation the world had ever seen.