Originally posted by southern_Guardian
If he does whos going to support him? Most of his "self proclaimed" supporters turn out to be pro-bush, pro-war gun trodding voters who only use his name as some impartiality badge in anycase.
Respect for the Constitution, the rule of law, individual liberty, sound money, and a noninterventionist foreign policy constitute the foundation of the Campaign for Liberty.
Originally posted by Fromabove
Ron Paul is his own party. There are no dissenters, no opposition, no other thoughts other than from him. He is a wanna be dictator trying to wrap himself in the constitution.
[edit on 6-9-2008 by Fromabove]
And the central bank’s ability to create money out of thin air transfers wealth from the most vulnerable to those with political pull, since it is the latter who receive the new money before the price increases it brings in its wake have yet occurred. For economic and moral reasons, therefore, we join the great twentieth-century economists in opposing the Federal Reserve System, which has reduced the value of the dollar by 95 percent since it began in 1913.
Originally posted by xpert11
Ron should join the pre existing Libertarian Party .
He certainly has no business being in the Republican party where is political views are not welcome .
In other parts of the world come election time he wouldn't have been selected to run again . It doesn't really matter either way if Paul ever entered the main stream many of his anti establishment supporters would turn on him because he would be perceived as a part of the establishment .