By: Thaddeus S. Kaczor, Jr.
That is the question that David A. Fahrenthold of the Washington Post asks in his latest amazingly clueless article. Perhaps Ron Paul is 'up to' winning the majority- if not ALL- of the delegates in at least nine states! The author of this article is either as clueless about the nominating process as my dog Shady (Sorry, Shadester!), or he is yet another willingly obedient tool of the Corporate Media Cabal that will do anything and say any outrageously false thing in order to obscure, minimize and/or 'sabotage' the Ron Paul campaign. Like many in the Corporate-Controlled National Media, Mr. Fahrenthold is surely aware that Ron Paul is not 'hijacking' anything- but is clearly just following the same rules that the Romney has to follow, only the Paul People obviously are greater in number, better organized and SMARTER than those supporting Romney. Unfortunately for him, Romney's grassroots support is less grassroots than it is Crabgrass, as he can't even muster more than a few hundred at a time to a rally- let alone the thousands Ron Paul regularly turns out for both rallies AND County & State Conventions, where the REAL delegate selection process occurs! Instead, the Romney Campaign seems to be relying more on the good-old-boy network of the moneyed GOP Establishment, where (in the past) massive donations from well-heeled backers, combined with back-room deals, election fraud and whatever it takes would assure the 'right' candidate would get the nomination. Unfortunately for the GOP, that has also meant that the 'Right' Candidate most often times was also the one with the least VOTER appeal and support. Just look at the Campaigns of John McCain, Bob Dole, George H.W. Bush, Jerry Ford, et al.