10. He uses profanity, calling the U.S. Federal Reserve a “monopoly” and saying money is “created out of thin air.”
9. Though supported by more U.S. servicemen, he won’t “play ball” with the military industrial complex.
8. Former Air Force Captain Ron Paul's legions of supporters will influence voters with their air corps or money bomb from their zepplin.
7. The 6 million dollar man might use his powers to break through Fox News' stranglehold of neoconservative opinion.
6. His supporters are the victims of internet mind control.
5. People might find out about his voting record.
4. After finding out about #5, voters might believe he’ll keep his campaign promises, like abolishing the IRS.
3. He makes the other Republican candidates look like the hacks and shills for special interests that they really are.
2. Ron Paul, like the proverbial 12 ton elephant, won’t fit in the TV studio.
1. Ron Paul is not supposed to win.