Ron Paul tries to sway undecided voters
UNDATED -- After two debates, Ron Paul has edged his way into the number two spot.
Ron Paul’s supporters are loud and not afraid to be off beat. Now, Paul is trying to get the undecided voters to make up their minds, in his favor.
“I think it is the message that is more powerful. It is important, even though it’s not the most fun for me in politics to have to say, don’t you know he did this and he did that,” said Ron Paul.
Paul and other Republican rivals stepped up their attacks on frontrunner Mitt Romney in Sunday’s debate, but Ron Paul had to weather some attacks of his own.
When facilitator David Gregory pointed out Paul’s thin legislative record Rick Santorum found an opening and said Paul had never passed anything of importance and that he’s been on the margins.
“Sometimes the more vicious they are the easier it is to dismiss them. One of their big things is that I’m a dangerous person and I admit it I am very dangerous to the status quo,” said Ron Paul.
Paul’s campaign is trying to lure the undecided to maintain their momentum.
“Until two weeks ago I was an undecided Republican voter. I’m no longer undecided,” said one voter giving Paul his support.
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