I tried to model this after Ron Paul’s own Questions that Won’t be Asked about Iraq.
- Why has a “longshot” “fringe candidate” like Ron Paul received more donations from the military than all other Presidential candidates, Republican and Democrat? Q2, Q3
- Why did Ron Paul post a 114% increase in Q3 fundraising while “top tier” candidates like Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, and John McCain, posted fundraising decreases of 29%, 40%, and 55% respectfully?
- If Ron Paul has such low poll numbers and no chance of winning, why do reporters keep asking if he’ll run as a third party candidate?
- Why aren’t the “front runners” asked if they will run as a third party candidate, with their poll numbers they should stand a much better chance of winning than a “long shot” like Ron Paul?
- Why aren’t the “second tier” candidates like Alan Keyes or Duncan Hunter asked if they’ll run as a third party candidate when they poll near Ron Paul?
- Why is some one who opposes war, wants diplomatic relations, and free trade with all countries called an isolationist?
- Why is there no grass roots support for “top tier” candidates like Romney, Giulaini, and McCain? Why is there such apathy surrounding these “top tier” candidates?
- Why is the only thing that defines a Republican, this year, is support of a war?
- Why does the media keep trying to label someone who has been a Republican for over 30 years, who supports free trade, small government, fiscal conservatism, and states’ rights as a non-Republican?
- How did a person polling in the single digits and low teens before the Iowa Caucus on January 19, 2004 manage to win the nomination of the Democratic party?
And now my questions for Ron Paul supporters:
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