Poll: Who Should Ron Paul Endorse?

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  1. georgewells

    When we have: Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White Countries for Everybody, what do we have overtime?

    We have more and more non-whites in White countries since the right of Whites to exclusive territory is denied them.

    We have fewer and fewer White people.

    When we mix more non-whites and fewer Whites in the same living space, what do we get?

    In time, White extinction. Its called White genocide because this does not happen by chance. It is being forced upon Whites just like a rapist does not take no for an answer.

    How is this not so? How is this not White genocide?

    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white.

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  2. ed

    After getting the latest campaign4liberty email, I see that Paul has returned to the helm as "honorary chairman." He had left that position, while running for president, because he didn't want any "conflicts." Now that he has returned to that position, we must conclude that for 90% certainty, that Paul has ended his run for presidency.

    Remember, he said this wasn't about getting him elected, but in making the revolution burn bright. He also said to "vote your conscious." There are a few states that do count write ins, and from what I try to keep track of, a few more states have allowed this. BUT, many toss out write ins. IMO, IF a state won't count it, then it's pointless to the point of the Rloveution to not push for someone who's at least trying for liberty. Most seem to feel that the one who would be best for that would be Johnson, and who knows, as IDK if they talk at all, but if he has any sense, he would consider having Paul either officially in his cabinet, or at least ask him, like c4l, to be an "honorary adviser," for lack of better title.

    I think most of us can agree that Obama is NOT the answer, even for those of us who voted for him (having not heard of Paul, before, in my case). But for those of you who actually believe Romney, I need to ask: WHAT ARE YOU THINKING??? Let's start with the obvious: many of the banks of Wall Street that support Obama, also support Romney, pumping MILLIONS TO BOTH!!! Romneycare, anyone? NDAA, with indefinite detention; war with Iran "being on the table;" UN-Patriot Act (I refuse to not include the UN); all these things, BOTH are in favor of. If you're even a little knowledgeable of Ron Paul, you should know that he could never, whole-heatedly, endorse either.

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  3. jim

    Mr. Romney does not stand for liberty. Asking anyone to believe, let alone vote, in this deception is one more traitorous dishonesty. Stand for liberty, or stand for Mitt Bomney. They are not the same. Understand what you vote for. This is minimal. Only Gary Johnson is left actually standing for liberty. Vote for Romney, but understand that you are NOT voting for liberty. There is only ONE man left standing for liberty - Gary Johnson. Be clear.

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    1. Citizen

      Maybe so... maybe Romney isn't for absolute personal liberty as you believe that Gary Johnson is all about.

      But Gary is NOT a candidate in this Presidential race, Gary is a wonderful guy, I like him myself, but he is NOT a viable choice.

      So YOUR choices are Romney or Obama, sorry not the ideal choices you hoped for.
      BUT, which one of the only two choice do you believe has MORE of your political persuasio at heart?

      A conservative libertarian vote for Johnson or Ron Paul is a vote for Obama!

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      1. Abel Moses

        A vote for Romney or Obama is a vote that says you support their views. Talk about wasted votes, if everybody who didn't care for either and instead of throwing their vote away by voting for the lesser of two evils. If they all voted on a 3rd party canidate, we would have a third party President. But as long as people buy into that is only two choices, we will continue to have what we got. If you want change, you must vote change. Vote for those who's views are yours. If you vote republican and democrats win or if you vote democrat and republicans win, you have truly wasted your vote. You told the losing party that you agree with what they are doing. If you vote for a 3rd party candidate and you lose, you are telling everybody that the democrats and republicans aren't doing what you had elected them for and their philosophy is not yours. Don't buy into the bull crap that its your fault if a candidate gets elected because you voted 3rd party. If the candidate can't make it without people having to hold their nose to elect him, he doesn't deserve to be elected. The reason we are in this mess is because so many people have bought into this lie. The definition for INSANITY is doing the same thing over and over and expected different results. Don't abandon the Revolution just because the quitters are hollowing for you to join the group of quitters.

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  4. D

    I supported Ron in the early days of this race. But now it is time to think about beginning the process of getting our country out of this mess and ensure that obama does NOT get re-elected. It is time to suck-it-up and get behind the Republican candidate. Romney can beat obama if the rest of us quit playing the sour grapes whining music. We don't need a spoiler to aid in the process of giving obama 4 more years to finish us off...

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  5. jim

    Ron Paul is no longer running for President. He chose to leave it up to the Republicans who chose to throw him out the door w a boot. Voting for him now is truly wasteful since those votes won’t be counted. The ONLY thing Ron and Rand Paul can do for liberty is stand w the last man standing for liberty – Gary Johnson. It is sickening to watch Rand run after really corrupt and greed-driven Republicans, and Ron sit back in grand silence while our country goes down the drain. Ugh. How much more can anyone look at in this country when even the good do nothing in the end? Ugh. “The surest way for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing” … in the end. In the end, they turned their backs on the people, and abandoned the cause of liberty.

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  6. jim

    Ron Paul is no longer running for President. He chose to leave it up to the Republicans who chose to throw him out the door w a boot. Voting for him now is truly wasteful since those votes won't be counted. The ONLY thing Ron and Rand Paul can do for liberty is stand w the last man standing for liberty - Gary Johnson. It is sickening to watch Rand run after really corrupt and greed-driven Republicans, and Ron sit back in grand silence while our country goes down the drain. Ugh. How much more can anyone look at in this country when even the good do nothing in the end? Ugh. "The surest way for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing" ... in the end. In the end, they turned their backs on the people. Ugh.

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  7. Virginiaman 1st time voter

    WE THE PEOPLE have lost there RIGHT to VOTE again for a HONEST MAN!!
    When will the masses WAKE UP and Get off of there Butts to make things happen?

    RON PAUL 2012

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  8. jim

    "Goodbye Dr. Paul, in the end, you abandoned your people". Where is the honor in that?

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  9. jim

    Both Ron and Rand will regret that they did not endorse Gary Johnson. It matters little what one does w one's entire life if at the critical moment they betray themselves and their principle. They would both be better off getting out of politics altogether than to continue to betray their own integrity, and every American alive today. Betrayal at the critical hour is worse than never having stood for liberty. Have lost all respect for those that turn their backs when the heat is most intense. It shows who is really made of what. Gary Johnson has more backbone and integrity than both Ron or Rand. He has my allegiance just for not backing down from that wave. Goodbye Dr. Paul, in the end, you abandoned your people.

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  10. RemnantoftheWest

    All you men will just continue WAR, WAR, WAR, where are the women today, not on the Republican side, unless they are 'trophies'. Time to let the women of this country run things for awhile and watch us really heal, grow and make stuff happen, FOR the people. Vote of Dr. Jill Stein.
    We do need a doctor, not a lawyer for President.

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  11. Tall guy

    My wife and I saw Dr. Paul in person during the primaries, and were tremendously impressed with his intelligence, sensibility, and consistency with his core beliefs. We gave generously to his primary campaign, displayed a yard sign, bumper stickers, and pins, and advocated for him often. The broad media bias and under reporting he encountered were frustrating. Dr. Paul had a good run, but, regardless, here we are in the home stretch with a two person race. Any opinions that another candidate could win the presidential election in the next few weeks are delusional.

    The stakes are simply too high for a protest vote.

    The prospect of another four years of further oppression by this president keeps me up at night. His fiscal irresponsibility and ballooning national debt, discouragement of personal accountability and encouragement of the welfare state, policy based on the idea that "government knows best" and we should have more of it, and his continuous attack on our personal liberties are all harbingers of the end of a great nation. Governor Romney isn't Dr. Paul, but giving him a second look these past I found there's much to like about him. He's getting my vote, and I hope yours too.

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  12. Surfisher

    Have the American People been reduced again to vote for the "lesser of two evils" — are there no other options?

    My conscience cannot allow me to vote for the "lesser of two evils", because, that means that an Evil will still get elected!
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    1) The Barack is the evil we know — a Socialist minded professional politician that will have most of its venomous teeth pulled out when republicans win more seats this election. Thus, it will lack the ability to do much more damage than it's done already. If the Barack is "elected" it will end its last term in a whimper.

    2) The Mitt — the evil we don't know…yet. But all indicators are that it is supported by the Central Banks. And that it supports Israel unquestionably to the detriment of our own national security (will start more unconstitutional wars to protect Israel, not the USA).

    Should the Mitt win, we may be in bigger trouble — since it assured itself of no competition for the next republican nomination (see the false vote it made the GOP do on his behalf): http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=77W5OKStO5s

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    So, unless we vote for Gary Johnson — who wants to restore Liberty and Prosperity, what would you get instead:

    Final four years of 'toothless' BO — or 8 more years of the Mitt (with the possibility it has groomed its spawn — 5 Mormon Sons — to keep the dynasty going) for many decades to come…?!

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  13. Rick

    Look Mitt will turn Bain Capital into the biggest defence contractor, just like chaney did. we are worse off with Mitt then Obama. however i agree it is still a sh#T sandwich with our choice of bread.

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  14. Walt Milem

    HERE'S A NOVEL IDEA.....WE DON'T PAY ANY HEED TO THE REPUBLICRATS; WE DO THE A-MER-I CAN THING......WE WRITE IN RON PAUL'S NAME ON ELECTION DAY....I AM !! THAT IS SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE...WE WANT TO SEE THEM SWEAT............

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    1. Bobby Henry

      The problem with that is that vote won't be counted, and will be considered a wasted vote.
      If you want to send a message vote gary johnson, they represent pretty much the same ideals. He's the closest person to Dr. Paul out of anyone else.

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  15. Jude

    We must now ALL rally behind Romney. He is not perfect. But do you want Obama for 4 more years !?!?!?! Just imagine how he will run rampant........... We may be lost . The goal is to get Obama out of our lives NOW ! Then we can regroup.

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  17. Mike

    People, people. It's time to face reality.

    Hold your nose if you have to, but vote for Romney.

    Imagine if Obama gets two more Supreme Court nominations in the next four years. All will be lost.

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  18. scott

    G.J. is no Ron Paul, but their is only one thing I can do any more for liberty in 2012 and that would to be help G.J. get the Lib. party into the debates for 2016. I can stomach voting for G.J. He's close enough to Ron Paul's platform. I have no ill feelings voting for him and trying to turn the elections into a three party competition.

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  19. normfromga

    I would think he would choose Virgil Goode over Gary Johnson, primarily because of alignment on social issues, such as abortion. At one time, I would think the issue of "free" trade vs tariffs would be the clincher as well, but Dr Paul has sipped too much of the kool-aid to think clearly concerning the need to protect our jobs, even if it will be tagged "protectionism" by the multinationist crowd.

    Of course Gov Johnson is completely off his meds on this issue, spewing silliness about "punishing" the Chinese by making them provide salaries and benefits to all those workers who took our jobs. Apparently he thinks all the unemployment and retraining benefits we have to provide everytime Congress passes another trade agreement grows on trees.

    But, most likely Dr Paul will keep his lips zipped so that his son can climb the GOP ladder.

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  20. FRENCHIE

    I ALMOST DON'T KNOW HOW TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION. OF COURSE, THE OBVIOUS ANSWER IS, OF COURSE, GARY JOHNSON. BUT....LET'S FACE IT, GARY JOHNSON WILL NOT BE GIVEN ANY MORE OF A CHANCE THAN RON PAUL WAS. RON PAUL WAS THE OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION, HANDS DOWN. "THE ESTABLISHMENT" HOWEVER, HAD OTHER IDEAS -LIKE GIVING US ANOTHER McCAIN TO HAVE TO HOLD OUR NOSES TO VOTE FOR. LOVELY, HUH ? ROMNEY COULD BARELY GET 150 PEOPLE TO SHOW UP AT HIS RALLIES WHILE 10,000 SHOWED UP TO SUPPORT RON PAUL. WHO SHOULD'VE GOT THE NOD ? NOT ROMNEY, THAT'S FOR DAMN SURE !!! BUT, ALAS...THE QUANDRY BEGINS. IT'S VOTE FOR THAT RINO S.O.B., OR BE DOOMED TO ANOTHER (AT LEAST) 4 YEARS OF "COMRADE OBAMA". IF HE DOESN'T DECLARE HIMSELF DICTATOR FOR LIFE, THAT IS. WE WERE ROBBED, RON PAUL WAS ROBBED, GARY JOHNSON AIN'T GOT A CHANCE (DAMN SHAME !!!), & WE'RE STUCK HAVING TO VOTE FOR ROMNEY JUST TO GET RID OF OBAMA. MAKE NO MISTAKE, WE'RE STUCK WITH IT. "PROTEST VOTES" WILL ONLY HELP OBAMA & WE CAN'T AFFORD IT ON A FEW DIFFERENT LEVELS. THE BEST WE CAN DO IS VOTE FOR ROMNEY, OR WE MAY NEVER GET TO VOTE AGAIN, PERIOD. I SINCERELY HOPE THAT GARY JOHNSON TAKES THE NEXT 4 YEARS TO HYPER-ORGANIZE & BE READY TO PRESENT A VIABLE 3rd PARTY CANDIDACY SINCE RON PAUL IS GOING TO RETIRE FROM POLITICS. I'LL BE THE FIRST ONE IN LINE TO VOTE FOR HIM IF HE HAS A REAL CHANCE AT WINNING. RON PAUL WAS ROBBED, I DON'T LIKE ROMNEY, & I HATE BEING STUCK WITH VOTING FOR HIM....AIN'T POLITICS JUST F*N GRAND ????

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  21. Ole Johansen

    I'd prefer somebody else.

    And that is Mr.Miller, who have his political awakening thru Ron Paul's politics,especially his foreign policy views.

    Here's his website:
    http://merlinmiller2012.com/

    And here the party he runs for:
    http://american3rdposition.com/

    Always remember:Anti-racist is codeword for anti-White.

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  22. Curd Eagle

    ☞Ron Paul: Real Unemployment Is at 22.8%☜

    Is that enough? How many people do work less than full time but like to work more? Aren't they also a kind of unemployed?

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  23. sarah

    Ron Paul should endorse himself. I know I still am. =)

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  24. Marlene

    Roberto, a vote for Romney IS a vote for Obama and vice versa...you are getting the choice of either white or wheat...but in the end, it's still a sh*t sandwich.

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    1. Kimmerd

      You must be brain dead...

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  25. David

    I hope and pray that Dr. Paul campaigns for the same man I do: RON PAUL! The worst thing we can do is believe that we have already lost; to choose or accept one of the "lesser evils." I WILL be writing "Ron Paul" on my ballot. If every one of us does the same, my vote will NOT be wasted.

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    1. Kimmerd

      I guarantee you that your vote is a total waste of time. How stupid can you get.

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      1. Andrea

        You are the one that looks stupid. Everyone knows that nobodies vote is wasted!! Grow up.

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  26. zg7666

    After Dr. Paull dedicated his life to political action, I think it is only rational to acknowledge that there is no next or new Dr. Paul. We should put all this energy and resources into non-political action and finally withdraw our support from monopoly on initiation of force (state).

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  27. Robert Solitario

    Roberto,
    I do not in anyway hide the fact that I'm a Reblican, and like Ron Paul, feel that the designation suits my political beliefs. Regardless, if you are so small minded that you do not see what another four years of Obama will result in, I feel sad for you and our county. If Ron Paul had won the primary, I would have gladly voted for him. He didn't, so we have to get behind our candidate. Remember, had the Hillary Clinton Democratss not voted for Obama, he likely would not have won. They were smart enough to know that writing her name in was a wasted vote.

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    1. Steve L

      In the words of Mitt Romney, who personally, I like a lot. "...we should not have to settle for this... We deserve better!..."
      The less of 2 evils does not solve the problems of America. I am personally very tired of both Hippocratic Parties, who regardless of who wins, will continue their own agendas.
      It's time to stop settling on the false choices presented by the groups in power, and support the principles, that made this country great. Economic and social freedom. Understanding the the rights in our constitution are not exclusive of Americans, but mankind. Republicans can not accept the idea that they can choose how they live their own lives, but can not shove their values down the throat of others. We should all oppose this gang bang mentality, of voting AGAINST instead of being honestly in favor. Not voting to destroy but instead to keep constructing the America our founders dreamed of.

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  28. French Canadian

    In a way, I hope Obama wins. He clearly stated last night that he wants to take your guns away. Maybe THIS is what will be the tipping point for Americans to really wake-up and start a new revolution. I was always asking myself: "What are Americans waiting for?" A financial collapse... Martial Law... FEMA Camps, NDAA or what? I think THIS (the gun grab) might be what they were waiting for. I hope I'm right and that this is where they will draw the line in the sand.

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  29. Roberto

    Just like Gary Johnson in this election, looks like Robert Solitario may be another RNC plant, Attempting to persuade the weak minded, not to write in Ron Paul.

    Could you imagine if Hannity, Fox News, RNC actually had to face the fact that RP and his supporters, are a powerful group of Americans, especially after a decade + of attempting to demean the military, college students, middle class, African Americans, Hispanics, etc.. that supported him.

    I say, lets band together and give RP a great going away gift of winning the elections or atleast, shoving it down the RNC throats, for the disrespect, voter fraud, rigged elections, Convention disrespect, etc.. The RNC don't really deserve our America First vote, anyway do they???

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  30. joe

    Ron don't endorse anybody! It's not worth the criticism and will only be used to destroy/discredit the cause (because of the stupid msm). We've lost our shot this cycle to get the president we wanted but we gained key political counties throughout the country with our people. Let's work ground up now and for the next 4 years. If you see what Rand is doing, it the the model we must adopt because its working; sound republican/democrat, while slowly inserting our goals into the mainstream, until our ideals become the status quo!

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    1. Roberto

      Rand is traitor, plain and simple. If not, he wouldn't have went to the Lobbyist dark side and he would have stayed with the NON Lobbyist supported, candidate, his dad....
      To show you how much Rand now has messed up, even his own dad won't throw his support behind him. And also, as you all have just seen, Rand "NOW" is at odds with Mitt, the guy he supports, over his foriegn Policy. Yet, Rands foriegn policy is like his dads, yet he sold out his dad for this Lobbyist Mouth piece Mitt??

      Areas around one of largest military base in America aren't to happy with Traitor Rand or thier New Neighbor Mittens. ... Yes, the draft dodging, coward who now wants to be commander in chief of the same military he ran to France from.

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      1. Kimmerd

        Rand Paul is not a traitor. If I were him I would do the same. I'm voting for the conservative Mitt Romney. Rand has enough sense to understand we don't need 4 more years of the ultra liberal Barrack Obama. Obama will totally destroy this country yet you idiots want to re-elect him. Your vote for Gary Johnson or Dr. Paul are a complete waste of voting power for the conservatives. You're just a bunch of sore losers.

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  31. Golden Rule

    I already officially voted for Gary Johnson. If RP had been clear about his candidacy I would have voted for him in a heart beat. They have similar views and Gary shows much admiration for RP so he got my vote.

    If you think mitt Romney is going to save the economy you will be as disappointed as democrats were after electing Obama. Also if you think taxes will go down with mitt you are in for a rude awakening...the gov will still take 25% and, instead of mismanaging it on redistribution policies, will nation build in other beside America. It is funny that this whole election is focused on THIS NATIONs economy, yet neither candidate is willing to stop dumping money into other countries. Where do we get the nerve to try and fix other countries when ours is in the shitter?

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  32. Steve Wrubel

    Where can I write in - Ron Paul? Almost everyone I know has vowed to write in Ron Paul where possible on the ballots. I sure hope he doesn't mind winning by default when his write ins surpass the Romney, Obama tallies.

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    1. Roberto

      We are again, writing him on the ballets that you get, that states other. Keep the faith, God Bless, and glad that your not part of the sell outs.

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  33. jason

    Ross perot took NO votes from anyone. The people who voted for him did so because they knew he was not an elitist and he would change things. He was more liberal in his moral views but then so was bush and clinton.
    Remember Bush was not popular. After having a conservative like Reagan then bush came in and 4 years later people didnt want him anymore. He was not well liked at the time and he would have lost either way Perot in the running or not.

    This idea that voting for 3rd parties takes away votes is just stupid media lies. If everyone was truly honest then why did Bush and Clinton both threaten Perots family? They made sure that he would drop out. There is no difference between obama and Romney. They both are the same have the same agenda. Its a falshood propeganda put out to make you think you have a choice. You have no choice as long as you keep voting lesser of 2 evils.

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  34. Roberto

    Maybe Gary is a plant for the Repub. Party to split up the RP voters so as "NOT TO SHOW UP MITT, THE RNC, and all the Lobbyist who have denegreated, demeaned him, the military, his supporters, all these years.
    I bet the RNC would love the fact to be able to say that Gary had 5%, Paul had only 15%, etc.. instead of Gary not bandwagoning Paul supporters and letting RP keep the 20%+, for example.

    The way I see it, after all these years, 30 years in fact, that Ron has been fighting for America and its citizens, I personally find it offensive that when RP's supporter is even stronger, with the Addition of Y.A.L. (sworn RP and Freedom movement supporters), "NOW" Gary Johnson is in it and is being heard.

    Remember, it was Rush about RP supporters who claimed: "this could be the end of the republican party as we know it, if Mitt doesn't win". Now, when RP has the power going forward, Gary is going to come in and split those same voters, that Rush claimed could ruin the republican party??? Is Gary a selfish traitor, helping the RNC make Ron and his supporters, look powerless.??

    It has nothing to do for me now, with what Gary stands for, it is more that he has or is, attempting to bandwagon Ron's supporters, because he couldn't get his own. Gary hasn't been fighting like Ron did against the establishment.

    I say, screw you Gary... There would be no Gary if not for Ron Paul and his 30 year fight against the establishment.
    You were going to be my 2016 candidate, but to me, now as Ron is retiring, to now attempt to pull a few voters, Ron "HAS EARNED" over the past 30 years, for your self greed and self importance, well I say enough.

    I hope all those non lobbyist who backed and fought for Ron all these years, give him "ONE MORE WRITE IN VOTE FOR A PROPER SEND OFF FOR ALL HE HAS DONE FOR AMERICA and OUR PEOPLE>.

    Gary, either wait until the elections are over or take the chance on angering RP supporters and then never getting your trust in 2016. Ron deserves the respect to go out on top, from all of us. Not by having some of his supporters, now back "quiet all these years Gary" now. ..

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  35. Gene Greek

    He has never endorsed anything before to be popular why would he start now

    DO OUR VOTES REALLY MATTER

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