There are Ron Paul banners. EVERYWHERE.
I've begun seeing them on interstates, boulevards, residential streets... they are literally everywhere. Knowing that this means there are undoubtedly Ron Paul supporters at work, and knowing how they tend to be a little bit... uh... different, it makes me slightly nervous. I guess I just never knew that north Florida was such a political hotspot. I mean, during the last presidential election I practically begged the Duval County Republican Party to let me volunteer, and nothing. I had to drive a few hours away to the Democrat-heavy Daytona to help campaign (that was one of the best weekends of my life, facing off against near-violent Kerry supporters, and I'm not being sarcastic -- it was LOADS of fun). Here in Duval, they don't seem to really do much, perhaps because Duval County almost always votes Republican, they feel they don't need to.
At any rate, apparently Ron Paul supporters have taken over. I haven't seen a banner for one other candidate, Republican or Democrat. And when I think of Ron Paul supporters invading, for some reason it makes me think of zombies. I'm not entirely sure why, but I just get this vision in my head of zombies, all dead-eyed, marching around while moaning, "RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT. RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT."
It's a well-known fact that most of his supporters are truthers, nutjobs, and spammers who for some reason are more attached to him than John Edwards is attached to hairspray and mousse. And they've congregated to my city, for some unknown reason. Should make for some interesting times coming up!
Join the Ron Paul Revolution? No thanks.