Originally Posted by Max Raker
I was sort of joking. Paul is delusional about alot of things but prob not THAT delusional about his non existent chances.
I remember when he was on Colbert or TDS or something, and he joked around that he might actually have a shot at winning. He's always been about the message. It's why he stayed in so long in 2008. Getting more people to hear what you have to say is the only way to attract more people to support what he believes. You don't have to win to make a difference in that. However, sometimes you publicly need to be unrealistic otherwise you won't get people jumping on board. How many people won't vote for someone just because they have "no shot at winning". By that logic, unless the polls are incredibly close, just vote for winners! Although for President in the general election, should I vote for who is going to win my state, or who will win overall?