In the 2000 elections when no one was listening to Al Gore and George Bush was flying into Flint Michigan onboard the Enron Corporate jet and wheeling nursing home patients out in the middle of the night so he could have a photo-op, there was one Presidential candidate who already had a mass following.
Ralph Nader’s 2000 Presidential campaign, propelled by grass roots Green party locals, achieved early and decisive advantage in acquiring populace support. Across the country Nader’s campaign was funded through speaking events where 6 to 8 thousand people would pay up to $8 a person to hear the Presidential candidate speak.
Several venues were sold out and a local speech here on the campus if the University Of Illinois had nearly as many people waiting outside to get in as the overflow crowd inside. In a Chicago interview he was asked why he thought he would be a good President, whereupon he answered in 3 different languages. When asked if he thought he could navigate the bureaucracy of Washington, he informed his interviewer that he had “successfully sued every federal agency”.
So wouldn’t you think that a Presidential candidate, funding his campaign not with corporate donors but through “charging” people to hear him speak in all the major cities across America would be news?
It would be, except for the fact that Nader was not one of the chosen ones to win.
I’m not sure just how long this “pre-election choosing” has been going on, but I do know it was front and center in the 2000 election and every election since, wherein “certain” candidates are pre-selected as official candidates for electability.
This pre-determination is then manipulated and maintained through the cunning control of the nations media. Mass media empires owned and controlled by a small group of people who obviously have vested interest in making sure the right kind of candidate is elected. Media control so great as to not only control the message but manipulate the events on which they allegedly report.
The 2012 election is shaping up to be another banner guile year, wherein lies and deceit will win over truth and honesty. And no better example is available than that of the Ron Paul campaign and the centrifuge of media blackout being perpetrated against him.
In the 08 campaign, Ron Paul won nearly every straw poll, yet it was never mentioned. This year the money men thought they would try and stack the deck against Paul and openly touted the Iowa Caucus, promoting it big time, by constantly highlighting certain candidates.
This advertising tsunami resulted in the only female candidate winning the Iowa Caucus, but by only 1 point over Ron Paul. The news the next day of course, was all about Bauchmann’s win and the third place finisher dropping out of the race but never any mention of Ron Paul’s second place win.
With Bauchmann’s campaign now in shambles, the latest media darling is the Yosemite Sam of Texas, that rootinist tootnist character called Rick Perry, a C and D college student who goes running each day packing a 9mm with a laser sight. A man who claims to have created jobs, even though the Texas Governorship is little more than a janitorial position since it has virtually no powers.
A Builderberg Man who claims job creation, with half of them being governmental salaries, a state who executes the most people, a school system that ranks last in the nation for high school diplomas, the worst environmental record and I could go on, but you get the idea. A thug of a man for the money men, someone willing to tear it all down and tell the lies needed in order to gain power.
But it is the attack on the real patriot named Ron Paul by the media’s darling Rotwieler that is most telling and the subsequent media blackout of Paul’s campaign successes that tells us who is once again in charge of this years elections. Creating the illusions of success where none lay, as they never allow the honesty of Ron Paul to be heard. http://www.huntingtonnews.net/9134 
Here are the debate highlights. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyex8HH6B4c 
And how he would fix the economy http://revolutionarypolitics.tv/video/viewVideo.php?video_id=16160 
But my all time favorite is his “What If” speech, the questions no one else dares ask. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CBYQtwIwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D4s_IUwwGq-A&ei=rERsTo3sEY3QgAfo-qT1BQ&usg=AFQjCNG7DcKu_mux8yTJgu_MTEzyd3I5-g 
The bottom line is that Ron Paul is un-electable even though he is one of the most popular of all the Presidential candidates, because the sheeple are easily lead through the same electoral gate. Ron Paul is unelectable since the men who control America have deemed him a threat to their plans. Because unless you support the Builderberg plan, your chance of ever achieving success in a Presidential campaign is like a snowball’s chance in the third largest desert in the world - Texas.