Thursday, January 10, 2008

Ron Paul: Not so great, is he?

Face it, your hero is an ass. Now get serious about 2008. it is important.
For all of those who are oh-so in love with "Republican" Ron Paul, take a gander at your hero here.

Ok, back now? Good. Now stop wasting your time on this ridiculous fantasy campaign and support a real candidate.


Anonymous said...

These papers have been proven meaningless. The NAACP, itself says that Ron Paul is not racist.
Its hard to find any dirt on the guy.
Ron Paul is an individualist and does not support special rights for blacks, women or white men, but equal rights for everyone.
Go Ron Paul, the freedom candidate!

Tikipalm said...

Really? Is that it? A newsletter posted under Ron's name that was published while he was not in office by someone other than him? If that is all the dirt they can dig up on this Presidential candidate, then his record is clean. Ron Paul stands for freedom and liberty of ALL American citizens regardless of race, color, or creed. He is for the people's choice of life and liberty and limiting government interference of those inherent rights of the USA.

Ron Paul's stance on racism is that it is the federal government that most divides us by race, class, religion, and gender. Through its taxes, restrictive regulations, corporate subsidies, racial set-asides, and welfare programs, government plays far too large a role in determining who succeeds and who fails.

I have to question the opposition and their stance of more of the same old, same old in Washington politics. Listen to the debates and listen to the nervous laughter of the other candidate's come in when Ron Paul makes declarations against the profiteering of Washington with our money and our liberties. These poised politicians are afraid of Dr. Paul from taking away their powers of America.

According to Ron Paul, so called free trade deals and world governmental organizations like the International Criminal Court (ICC), NAFTA, GATT, WTO, and CAFTA are a threat to our independence as a nation.

The war in Iraq was sold to us with false information. The area is more dangerous now than when we entered it. We destroyed a regime hated by our direct enemies, the jihadists, and created thousands of new recruits for them.

Keep in mind the people that we are trying to disarm are the same people we armed back in the 70’s and 80’s. Now we are upset that they didn’t use the resources that we gave them appropriately. Think we learned from our mistakes? Of course Washington did not and have since given hundreds of millions of dollars to the Saudi princes and their government. Guess who we will have to take away those arms from here in the not-to-distant future.

Americans are justifiably concerned over the government’s escalating intervention into their freedom to choose what they eat and how they take care of their health.

If you want more war, more taxing, and more spending of those escalating tax costs, go on and vote for someone else. But do you really know what you are voting for?