by Justin Nafziger
Many media outlets have been asking this. It’s their new question ever since, “Who is Ron Paul,” wore out during this campaign season. They ask it in many ways: Dr. Paul, why are you running? Congressman Paul, don’t you think you should drop out? Rep. Paul, what do you and your supporters hope to achieve?
The media keeps asking this question because they are trying to force the answer, trying to spin perceptions and convince everyone of one simple thing: that something isn’t true. They’re chanting “Nuh-uh, it’s not true.” over and over and over again hoping to make their denial stick. Would you like me to tell you the “secret” they’re trying so desperately to keep quiet?
When it comes to the nomination; when it comes to the presidential race; when it comes to a fundamental restoration of American identity that made us the home of the free and land of the brave, of personal liberty; of freedom, Ron Paul is In It to Win It.
But do you know what terrifies them; the thought that keeps them up at night? Is that he’s not alone.
With every candidate taking delegates, the possibility of a brokered convention grows. The media pushback designed as a backdrop to demand Romney’s coronation grows with it, despite all the votes and voters to the contrary. This push for ‘Unity’ behind Romney to smother any other candidate, and above all ignore that Ron Paul is ‘In It to Win It’, is a very calculated thing.
The media and the party bosses know that Romney hasn’t secured the nomination. They know that many analysts don’t expect him to be able to tie things up until the very end, and they worry. They worry about Texas where Romney might come in third, or even fourth. They worry about California where, “I like Ron Paul except on his foreign policy,” becomes “I like Ron Paul because of his foreign policy.” They worry that shoving Willard Mittington Romney III down our throats may get difficult when he does poorly in the two largest delegate states. They worry that if Paul continues his campaign of gathering delegates, some even bound to other candidates, he may hold a plurality on the second ballot in Tampa. They worry about that ‘pesky’ 10%. The 10% they don’t mention, the 10% they try to hide every time they tell you the race is over. If Willard loses only 10% of the support they’ve projected him to have, he cannot clinch the nomination, and there will be a second ballot come Tampa.
We’re-half way through this race, and if Gingrich/Santorum/Paul combined can take just 10% away from what the MSM has proclaimed Willard will have, then this fight finishes on the nomination floor.
Still think this race is over?
Still wonder why they’re scared of us?
Still doubt Ron Paul is In It to Win It?
On April 15th, in ‘celebration’ of tax day, we’re going to tell the media that we won’t wait for them to give us back our government the way we’ve been forced to wait for that government to give us back our own money.
On April 15th, the In It to Win It moneybomb will provide Ron Paul with the money to push forward through the second half of this race.
On April 15th, we will open, the media’s eyes to their waking nightmare; that we too, are In It to Win It and we’re not stopping short of taking our nation, and our liberty, back.
We’re In It to Win It. Pledge to stand with us: http://www.intowin2012.com/
Justin Nafziger has resided in many states on both sides of the Rockies. His travels have taken him from coast to coast of the United States as well as overseas. He has been a follower of politics since the age of 4 being involved in a wide range of activism from then till his present association with CVRP and the Ron Paul grassroots. He currently resides in Utah where he balances his time between family, furthering his education, and reminding people that support for the troops goes beyond the yellow ribbon.