Way to avoid the truth...Ron Paul will be the "Howard Dean" of the Republican party, and will probably go out the same way.
I'm glad its getting to you. You're worried now and it shows.Dude, in case you didn't notice,
THE ELECTION IS A YEAR AWAY, WHO GIVES A CARE!!!
ANYTHING can happen between then and now.
Let me put this in to words you might understand;
In racing, just because a driver leading the pack at the begining of a race, doesn't mean he will finsh first at the end.
Common sense along with experience will tell you this.
If you really want to help your Ron Paul, stop trying to help Ron Paul.
Because of you, anything you post about Ron Paul, is suspect.
10 months from now, you might be taken seriously.
Then again, maybe not.
Think, before you post!
I have a feeling you wouldn't be saying that if the main stream guys DID have more money from military personnel than RP...but that isn't the case is it?*Note: These statistics include the contributions of employees who recorded or indicated their military branch. Contributions where no employer was specified were naturally not included.
C'mon people... this "report" is based on FEC filings on contributions of $200 or more, and you can put whatever you want in the "Employee" fill-in-the-blank.
You really believe Thompson has received ZERO dollars from military voters? Please don't be that gullible.
This report completely ignores contributions of less than $200, which is what MOST military men will donate to ANY campaign.
From the FECs website: "Federal Election Law requires candidates to report the name, address, occupation, and employer for contributions that aggregate in excess of $200 in an election cycle"
How many military people do you know that will contribute $200 or more? On a soldier's pay!!! This report wreaks, and it doesn't take a genius to figure that out.
Where's my Staples button? That was easy...