It has become another reason to ignore Ron Paul. So many people attend his rallies that the pictures can’t be real, or, if they are real, it must be the same people attending his rallies. Ron Paul must have thousands that follow him from state to state chanting and cheering just like he has thousands who cheat in those online polls.
Tuesday the news came out that Rick Santorum had suspended his presidential campaign. A few hours later, it was reported that Newt Gingrich couldn’t get on the ballot in Utah because his check for $500 had bounced. This leaves Mitt Romney and Ron Paul in the Republican race for president.
It just so happened that both Mitt Romney and Ron Paul held campaign events on Tuesday.
Mitt Romney attracted a crowd of roughly 400 supporters to Wilmington, Delaware, where he called Santorum’s decision to suspend his campaign a good day.
“He has made an important contribution to the political process, and has brought forward issues he cares very deeply about and has been able to gather a great deal of public support for those issues and for himself,” Romney said of Santorum, a former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania. “He will continue to have a major role in the Republican party and I look forward to his work in helping assure victories for Republicans across the country in November.”
Ron Paul attracted over 3,000 people to his campaign event where he spoke about the Constitution, limited government, and ending the Federal Reserve. Ron Paul supporters have even been told they were kicked out of the Republican Party before the primary.
Yet Mitt Romney is the GOP front-runner who landed two more significant endorsements on Tuesday. One wonders if Romney supporters will ever become as active and engaged as Ron Paul supporters.
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