For the benefit of Haymarket, on a scale of 0 to 10 million with 10 million meaning that I care the most and 0 being absolutely no care, I am saying here that I care 0.1 out of the 10 million. I could care less, as in 0.0. But, I still thank you for the lesson. I knew it, but old habits won't always go away.
Moderator's Warning: Get on topic, and stop with the baiting and trolling.
I remember just a little bit ago some of Vermin Pain's fans were praising him as some sort of anti-establishment candidate who the media was ignoring. Naturally, they were hilariously wrong about him. As if a former chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve could really be "anti-establishment" in any way. When a candidate can be in third place with double digit support yet only get minimal coverage, almost always negative coverage, from the media and gets fielded fewer questions in debates than candidates he has been consistently beating in the polls then you have a legitimate argument.
You should really ask yourself why someone who, by all indications, has no skeletons in his closet and only advocates liberty getting such high poll numbers is such a threat that so-called liberal and conservative media present a united front against his candidacy. Does anyone here think Romney, Cain, or Perry will bring any real change to this country? Obama has clearly not brought any real change to the country.
How can anyone be excited by typical establishment figures spewing out manufactured talking points? That the media are so obsessed with these people, while clearly attempting to suppress Ron Paul should tell you how much they want change.
Rather than bowing down to the decrees of the media and the political establishment how about you spend some time thinking for yourself?
"For what is Evil but Good-tortured by its own hunger and thirst?"
- Khalil Gibran
nor it is possible for Obama to have his biggest criticism by supporters and independents to be that he is too NON-partisan and he be SUPER-partisan at the same time. Just not possible.
and staying on topic is there any reason that even if Cain stays front runner anybody thinks he can win?
At least he REWORDED his original bigot statement about muslims and admitted he misspoke and said he meant extremists/jihad. Not sure anyone believes him but atleast he made an attempt.