It appears Carl Cameron's question at the recent South Carolina GOP debate about the 9-11 Truthers who are backing Ron Paul's campaign and Paul's reluctance to answer it is having some blowback.
Over at Prison Planet, Alex Jones is telling the 9/11 Truthers to stand by their man.
Another divisive wedge that the establishment have tried to exploit, notably in a Fox News debate question last week, is the issue of the 9/11 truth movement and its link to Ron Paul.
Many 9/11 truthers are upset that the Congressman has not fully embraced their views and see his public distancing from them as a kind of rejection.
Whatever Ron Paul's views on 9/11, and he has publicly supported a new investigation in the past, truthers need to be more savvy in accepting the fact that the Congressman has now entered the belly of the beast and will have to play politics to a certain degree simply to fend off the establishment's relentless attack pattern.
That is not to say that Paul should compromise his values in the interests of appeasing the status quo and so far he has performed admirably in sticking to his positions and stubbornly reinforcing them in the face of constant backlash from every one of the other establishment candidate dupes.
Whatever truthers think about Ron Paul's rhetoric on this issue, all they really need to do is ask themselves one question. If, as the evidence clearly indicates, the government had a hand in 9/11, do you really think that a government led by Ron Paul would do the same thing again?
Clearly not, which is why truthers need to get past their gripe and throw their considerable skills of impromptu educational activism behind the Congressman's mission to restore America.
You cannot please all of the people all of the time. Ron Paul's supporters are never going to agree with him on every single issue but this should by no means provide them with an excuse to become despondent and give up the fight.