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Thursday, March 22, 2007

Ron Paul For President

This is my latest at the Partial Observer. Excerpt:

Ron Paul's views, when one boils them down, reveal moderation and common sense. To ignore the Constitution is to invite tyranny. American troops should protect America, not police the world, and America's own borders and coasts really should be protected. Taxes should be low and tax policy should be neutral, not favoring some groups over others. Inflation is bad and money should actually be backed by something real and valuable, like gold. Most decisions shouldn't be made by the federal government, but by states, local communities, and, most of all, individuals.
A successful Ron Paul campaign will go a long way toward correcting America's course.

4 comments:

  1. Amen brother......cast your vote for Paul

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  2. Anonymous8:55 PM PDT

    Absolutely spot on.

    I'm not an american myself, but this man represents America's only hope for a better future.

    The other candidates twist and turn in their talks. This man speaks from the heart. A man of principle who has been in politics for decades. This man is miles above everyone else in Washington. Someone rightly said he is founding father material.

    I must say that this man will have alot of enemies from the establishment (ie. corps), and so I hope Ron keeps his own personal security in mind.

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  3. Yeah, his campaign will go a long ways towards surrendering our Nation over to the Islamo-Fascists. Sad that he's no naiive about the threat we face.

    These Radical Muslims want to convert us or kill us!! Wake up!!!!

    For the real story on Ron Paul: www.libertarianrepublican.blogspot.com

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  4. I like Ron...a lot.

    However, a possible scenario:

    Ron's elected. He tries to do
    what he knows is right.

    Can't get it done. Too many others
    with fingers in pie.

    Entire country collapses in ruin
    anyway.

    Libertarianism blamed and then
    dead for centuries.

    They win.

    If I were them, I'd make
    sure he won.

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