How does email spam choose a winner of a debate from an on line poll?
I'm a Ron Paul supporter and have participated in polls on line after a debate and have seen on line polls removed from the website (CNBC) and the numbers reduced when Ron Paul is way out in front. The reasoning is always; it's spammers.
I am 100% positive that this didn't come from Ron Paul or his campaign. The man just has too much integrity. As to whether it came from an over zealous grassroots supporter or somebody looking to smear both the campaign and the grassroots support; I have no idea.
I do know Ron Paul scares the establishment (Republicrats) because the constitutional government he wants to return to will take away all of their power. No more giant tax pie to divide up between their lobbyist and corporate friends. No more non-stop spending by Congress fueled by the Fed printing fiat currency. He scares the MSM because they see that the internet has become the great equalizer and it's getting harder and harder for them to control the political debate in this country.
Don't let the MSM shills tell you who are next President will be; that your vote doesn't count, Ron Paul can't win or who Ron Paul supporters are; make up your own mind. I'm a member of a Meetup group to support Ron Paul. We're just a bunch of people, Dems, Indys, Repubs, first time voters, young, old and inbetween who are passionate about civil liberties, bringing our troops home from Iraq, getting rid of the IRS, smaller government. We see that a huge federal government doesn't work- period. No matter how much of our hard earned cash is sunk into it, no matter how many congressional hearings, no matter how many reform bills are passed. It will not work.
If you won the lottery and wanted to donate a few million to the homeless, would you give your money to the Department of Health and Human Services or Habitats for Humanity? If you wanted to help the environment with a few million dollars would you give it to the EPA or Earth first? Now ask yourself why you chose Habitats for Humanity or Earth First.
There's nothing cultish about it. While Ron Paul is the man we want to be our next President; it's the ideas and philosophy of government which he stands for that is fueling this political movement.
I saw several thousand people come out to support Ron Paul at the rally in Philadelphia on November 10th. The Park Service estimated 5,000, and I doubt there are spam bots who donate money to political campaigns and right now Ron Paul is heading toward $11 million this quarter.
ronpaul2008.com or google Ron Paul + any issue and get the truth about his positions from the man himself.