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Why Santorum is Ahead of Ron Paul & What Can be Done About It

• by Evan Mazur, nolanchart.com
 In my first article on this website more than one year ago, I described how the stars were finally in alignment for Ron Paul to take the lead in the 2012 GOP presidential race. The economy tanked and Ron Paul had warned about it for years. Voters' attitudes towards the wars was shifting and "isolationism" is no longer seen as the boogie man that it was in the 2008 election - indeed, polls now show that Americans believe the debt owed to China is a more serious threat than Islamic terrorists and this belief was shared fairly equally among independents, Democrats, and Republicans. One would think that Ron Paul, the only candidate with a serious economic plan that would cut 1 trillion dollars in spending the first year and balance the budget in year three, would be the perfect candidate to ride the wave of economic discontent to become a leading GOP contender.

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Comment by Ed Price
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It's about awake Americans waking others up.

Show them this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjCq6woC_hg&feature=player_embedded.

And this: http://www.examiner.com/finance-examiner-in-national/wsj-economist-ron-paul-s-0-income-tax-would-be-world-s-greatest-job-creator?CID=obinsite.

Get them to read the stuff and watch the videos at http://www.dailypaul.com/ and http://ronpaul2012.com/.

Would Santorum really do anything to change the status quo?
  


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