For those that count Ron Paul out, beware, I am pretty sure I know what he or his followers are planning. You may remember he never gave a straight answer about running as a third party candidate, I know why.
There has been a movement, that on its face seems like a good idea, called AmericansElect.org, but once you sign up, and notice the answers by others on the “colors” section, it is obviously way to the left, and way to Ron Paul, if you look at the “candidates” area.
If you don’t know who these guys are, they are planning to be a third alternative to the two party system, and only online for the nomination and voting process. I like the online part, and the system seems like it will work, but, for those not online, you are left out.
As you look at the results and the candidates, it becomes clear, it is nudging the way a person feels about every issue, when you see the other people’s answers, and your answer is way to the right of theirs, a more moderate blend comes out.
Since most people think they know what they are talking about when it comes to theses issues, yet obviously do not, and the natural desire to “fit in” as the same questions are asked, worded a bit differently, over and over, it basically offers multiple opportunities to “change your mind” or blend in.
Unless another 20 or 30 million conservatives get in on it, this process could be the big deceiver because it is not a good cross-reference of the real people, only those that are like me, and spend hours on the Internet, like Ron Paul’s followers. This is his third-party run, and he is not doing it, his minions are, or is he? Now I understand why our founders did what they did, we are not a democracy, we are a republic for a reason. The mob is too easy to influence and deceive! Give this site a look, sign up, check it out, but, trust your instincts, if it seems abit fishy, maybe it is?
Thanks for reading!OpinionHead