<<<"Despite the Mitt Romney coronation in the mainstream media, and the lack of media coverage given to Romney's main Republican competitor, Ron Paul, the Congressman does even better than Governor Romney in a head to head match-up against President Obama.
According to the Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll for April 12:
How can that be? The race is over, right? Romney won.
In a hypothetical Election 2012 matchup, President Obama and Mitt Romney are tied at 45%. Texas Congressman Ron Paul holds a one-point edge over the president, 44% to 43%.
This is another result that is likely to receive no coverage on FOX News, CNN, and MSNBC, or any of the other television networks. Why should those networks cover a candidate that apparently a plurality of Americans would rather see in the Oval Office instead of the current inhabitant?
Despite what the mainstream media are reporting, the Paul campaign continues to trudge forward. In fact, most of Paul's supporters were buoyed by the exit of Senator Santorum from the race. There is a renewed focus and excitement within the Paul campaign and among the legions of supporters that make up the legendary grass roots Ron Paul Revolution. In fact, the Paul campaign hopes to raise 2.5 million during its In it to Win it April 15 money bomb. Dying campaigns are not able to raise that kind of money.
Apparently, the rumors of Mitt Romney's coronation and Ron Paul's electoral death are greatly exaggerated. The American media is doing its best to advance a false narrative, but the American people have yet to speak.
Kevin Kervick is a social entrepreneur and freelance writer. He is the author of Discovering Possibility: A Common Sense Conservative Manifesto (For Classical Liberals Too).
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