What these polls show us about Ron Paul’s popularity should motivate us to act, and we ignore them at our campaign’s peril. The good doctor’s campaign is in need of immediate attention and a major injection of funds. If you haven’t done so already, get involved with your local Ron Paul meetup. Tell your friends about Ron Paul. Given them informational slim jims and DVDs (my favorite is “A Man for All Seasons“). Lastly, it would be nice if money didn’t make the world go round, but it does, and the Paul campaign needs money to reach the millions of disenfranchised voters who’d flock to him if only they knew he is. Please, for liberty’s sake, consider making a donation. No amount is too small. If we each do our part to promote the causes of liberty and small government, and pay attention to how we affect state and national poll numbers, we might yet beat the system.
Addendum: I like Lew Rockwell and enjoy reading his blog, but I think James Ostrowski’s dead wrong when he says, “let’s all stop listening to the MSM and pollsters“. Granted, the polls got the Democratic NH primary wrong. However, they did well with both the Iowa and New Hampshire Republican primaries. If the polls look grim for Ron Paul, that shouldn’t mean we ignore them. Rather, they should light a fire under a movement that seems to have lost some oomph since the Tea Party money bomb.
Addendum: If you really want to stick it to the pollsters, get some disenfranchised Democrats to vote for Dr. Paul. 😉