Ron Paul is on a roll, and his rock started rollin' even faster and stronger since Rick Santorum stepped aside. Thousands keep showing up wherever he goes to make an appearance. Not one or two thousand, Paul is averaging 4700 attendees at his rallies. Some places the twelve term congressman brings in 6000 people, whereas, most often the groups are over 4000. No longer can little hotel rooms hold those who come to see Ron Paul -- the doctor must have arenas for his crowds. With all this momentum, yet lack of assistance from the mainstream media, can Dr. Paul still win the nomination as the Republican candidate to go against Barack Obama? He certainly thinks so, and most recently stated that on the Mike Church show. His supporters also agree he can win the nomination as they consistently keep giving their finances to his money bombs. And his social networking following believes he can win, check out this popular YouTube comment by psovegeta: I'd still vote for Ron Paul even if I thought he was going to lose. You want to say I'm wasting my vote? My vote is my personal endorsement for the values I stand up for, not some cheap ass novelty lottery ticket. The kind of lottery ticket that you buy in joke stores that all say you've won but you can't redeem cause they have fake redemption instructions. But why doesn't the mainstream media report about the thousands of attendees at his rallies? If thousands came to see Mitt Romney it would be reported, as in this story by the Los Angeles Times: Mitt Romney draws thousands at Idaho rally. By the way, that article mentions 2,200 people in attendance for Romney, don't forget Ron Paul draws double, sometimes triple that amount.
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