Pauls Ability to be Elected Questions

August 2, 2007 by  
Filed under Opinion

In my endeavors to tell people about Ron Paul, there has been one thing that I am commonly told by each individual:

“I’ve never heard of him before, he sounds like a great person to lead our nation, but, he does not have a chance to get elected. I’ll vote for someone else so my vote is not “wasted”.”

The result is tragic. Imagine what would happen if all these people that made this argument actually voted for Ron Paul. Paul’s numbers would jump, making people less skeptical of his ability to be elected. So the challenge for us Ron Paul supporters is to get around this argument. What am I going to do? Well, it starts right here…that is ask them what would happen if every one who said that did went ahead and voted for Ron Paul.

Any other ideas on how to get around this issue?

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  • nmlifestyles

    “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” John Quincy Adams

  • Amy

    Great comment; I totally agree. We’ve got to convince all of these naysayers to come on board for better or for worse. I believe it can happen if all of these people take a leap of faith and vote for Ron Paul even though he is an underdog. We have to make this happen….