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  • Anonymous

    Ron Paul had my vote in 2004 after appearing in Mike Ruppert’s film TRUTH AND LIES OF 911
    telling you 911 was a  false flag US Government Operation.

    • Anonymous

      Didn’t realize his involovement with that hoax.  All the more reason not to vote for him.

  • Anonymous

    That’s what they all say.  He would stand a decent chance if he ran as a third party/independent, he has some good ideas, and some well…not so good.

    • chris reid

      If he runs as a 3rd party…Obama will definitely get a second term.  For that reason the  “mainstream” powerbroker R’s will play nice with him and try to buy him off. As an independent, I would never vote for Mitt or Newt but would consider Ron Paul.   

  • Anonymous

    Based on the denial, I’d say he’s about to drop out.

    • Anonymous

      Tortoise and the hare…he’s not dropping out.

  • Anonymous

    Send him to the nockets, its a marriage made in heaven.

  • And he still has zero chance of becoming the next POTUS.

  • Anonymous

    I think that Ron Paul should stay in the race for the GOP nomination for as long as possible.  Although I don’t think he has a shot at ever being President, some of his ideas are good, and his candidacy is helpful in educating the U.S. public on the original content of the U.S. Constitution.

  • Complete video of Ron Paul in Freeport, introduced by Linda Bean:

  • Hope he stays in he can be renamed Ralph Nader Jr. LOL!

  • Logan Lockhart

    I think its really important that Americans get educated about our history, and whats going on in Washington. Ron Paul’s idea’s on foreign policy are right on the money that’s probably why he has more support from soldiers than any other candidate. Ron Paul is electable should we choose to elect him( and its a really good idea). Ron Paul has a strong pulling with Democrats who didn’t support the war in Iraq and also has control of the young vote which was a big support to Obama’s last victory. The truth is Ron Paul has the best chance of beating Obama if given the nomination for the Republican party, but will still pull voters from Obama’s side if he runs for a third party. Ron Paul’s Message is pretty strait forward as is his consistent voting record. No undeclared wars, strong military protecting our boarders, pro constitutional rights, anti-police state, Anti-TSA, Anti Patriot act, Anti federal reserve, and of course he is the only candidate running that pushes common sense fiscal conservatism where you don’t waist money on things you don’t need, and you don’t spend more than you make. Honestly i don’t know why anyone would wan’t to vote for anyone else running.

  • Anonymous

    No, he won’t drop out, just get enough delegates to control the R’s planks and be the force behind the throne (if an R makes it).

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