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  • Ohenry

    Ron Paul is Not a radical, he a constitutionalist and he knows what he is talking about. The problem is most people have no idea what the constitution says or how to understand it.

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    This voter is sick of the same old Republican and Democrat made-for-TV presidential picks. When voted into office, such candidates perpetuate similar economic policies and foreign policy actions. They uniformly encroach on our liberties because technology has made it too easy to resist.

    If you aren’t in favor of Ron Paul the next most principled candidate we’ve seen in recent years is Ralph Nader. Such candidates have been derided for splitting the ticket. And yet, this isn’t high school. We shouldn’t be lining our votes up according to a prom king/queen “pretty face” criteria. Californians elected a governor with no relevant experience because we were enamored with celebrity. Result? Voters got exactly what we paid for — a dearth of satisfactory results. Similarly, we’ve taken the nation’s most difficult job — the presidency — and offered it to relative neophytes. Have we learned our lesson yet?

    If you have the wherewithal to recognize a public figure who won’t flip flop his/her way through office, VOTE FOR THAT CANDIDATE!

    The nation elected President Obama for “change” but we didn’t get much to speak of. Standing for what you believe is incredibly difficult in the beltway. There are simply too many special interests who will court you and your vote for a campaign donation.

    Until we reform the way campaigns are financed we will continue to obtain more of the same.

    If you feel that Nader or Paul were too radical, think about the cost of hiring, again, some lesser-principled individual to sit in the Oval Office. With the check-and-balance that is the Congress, Senate and Judiciary, I believe that anyone who occupies the Oval Office faces an uphill battle to generate even modest change. That’s why we need to start off by electing someone who is known for being more consistent in their views and votes to begin with! What may strike voters as a “radical over-correction” is not what it seems: We need someone who really has rock-solid principles in order to keep some semblance of those campaign promises upon entering office. If we don’t start off with a candidate who offers real change, we will achieve none whatsoever. Brace yourself for more joblessness, more wars, more of the same deficit spending!

    Voting for the media’s most oft-repeated name has brought us to where we are today. When voters don’t set their own agenda, the media sets the front-runners by proxy depending on the level of press coverage. The solution: 1) don’t hire the same type of president and expect different results [the definition of insanity], 2) stop allowing the media to dictate your perception of who can win.

    Liberal and conservative voters need to internalize the same message: THINK FOR YOURSELF.

    Take back your power. Take back your vote. Take back our country.

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  • http://www.theresident.net Lori Harfenist

    This was a really interesting piece to do – hope Mr. Paul liked it – anytime he is up for an interview, drop me a line! :)

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