been watching

youtube?

well seems
there this
guy

who's making
a lot of sense

and actually has the guts
to run
for the republican
party

his name is
simple

ron paul

now
i haven't been
excited about
any of the
regular
money-changers
that have run

but this guy
is not only saying
the right things
he actually believes
them
and doesn't seem to
be swayed by
the all-mighty
dollar
purchasing his
opinion

now don't be put off
by his party
even his own
party members
don't want him
to run
and have asked
him to
not be included in
the next presidential debate

all the more reason
to stand up
and listen to what he's
saying
IMHO

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and now for something completely different: Celebration of Strength

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7 comments:

Professor Zero said...

He's interesting - an old fashioned conservative? - I have not been following the Presidential candidates at all seriously, now you've gotten me interested!

Anonymous said...

His writings on the issues:

http://www.ronpaullibrary.org/


Come by and chat.

http://ronpaulforums.com/

D.K. Raed said...

I forgot he ran as a libertarian for prez back in '88, against GHWB. Got about half a million votes. Just think where we'd be today if THAT whole line of descent had been short-circuited. ~~ D.K.

BBC said...

Don't do Utube.

Gotta slow connection..

One politician is as bad as the next...

Voting for myself in the next one.

niCk (Mem Beth) said...

At one time Republicans stood for personal responsibility, fiscal responsibility, small government, and religuous liberty.

It seems today Republicans are the opposite of that. Thomas Jefferson would look at the jerks in there today and probably think that the British empire has taken the states back.

Anonymous said...

US President Tim Kalemkarian, US Senate Tim Kalemkarian, US House Tim Kalemkarian: best major candidate.

Pam said...

Is he pro-choice? pro-era? pro- socialized medical care? Pro-gay marriage (anti-discrimination of ALL kinds)? Traditionally (since Reagan) republicans are an anti-woman, anti-worker party.

Guess I could just read those links, or watch the youtubes, huh? ;-).