The Cult Of Barry Is Finished For Good
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
When even uber-leftist Chris Matthews slams the President for being elitist and distant from the American people, you know that the cult of Obama is finished for good, and that Barry’s political career may not even survive long enough for him to run again in 2012, providing the perfect opportunity for Ron Paul to outstrip a similarly despised group of neo-con Republican candidates and become the people’s President in two years’ time.
Obama can barely half fill a 13,000 capacity arena for a Democratic National Committee rally, while he has avoided supporting Democratic candidates for fear that his surging unpopularity would harm their campaigns.
Obama has become bogged down with polarizing rhetoric about Democrats ‘punishing their enemies’, while embroiling himself in pointless and embarrassing exchanges with hecklers.
Almost half of Democrats have now significantly reduced or abandoned altogether their support for Obama. Likewise, almost half even support the notion of running another Democrat against him in a 2012 primary.
Some White House officials are even debating whether to use the 25th amendment to remove Obama from power because he is “mentally incapable of fulfilling the office of president.”
Indeed, the only saving grace for Obama is the fact that the Republican candidates he is likely to face in 2012, Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin, and Newt Gingrich, have all lost popularity at a similar pace to the President. If Obama were to run against any of these individuals, he would probably still win, such is American’s increasing disdain for the two party monopoly.
That’s why the 2012 race is tailor made for Ron Paul to step up and provide a genuine alternative to fix the trail of destruction that endless cycles of Democrats and Republicans have left. Indeed, by 2012 Obama will be so reviled that Paul would have little problem in defeating him. By far the bigger stumbling block will be securing the Republican primary because the Fox News neo-con media empire will aim all their big guns against Paul as they did in 2008.
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Democrats who voted for Obama in 2008 will only be motivated to do so again if Republicans put forward a compromised candidate who can easily be characterized as George W. Bush 2.0. If Ron Paul runs against Obama, huge numbers of Democrats will take a back seat, and some may even switch allegiances, such is the profound sense of betrayal many liberals now feel towards Barry’s completely unfulfilled promises of hope and change.
Similarly, Independents hold far more negative views towards the likes of Palin and Gingrich than they do Ron Paul.
The Texan Congressman himself said that running for President in 2012 is “something I think about every single day,” while hinting that a further deterioration of the economy and a dollar collapse could spur him to throw his hat in the ring. Undoubtedly, Paul’s outstanding reputation as a respected fiscal conservative would be a hugely popular platform on which to build his campaign.
Ron Paul has no better chance to become President than in 2012 and we urge him to accept the challenge and provide millions of Americans with genuine hope that the country can still be rescued from its current spiral of terminal decline.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America’s most listened to late night talk show.
This article was posted: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 5:06 am