posted on Sep, 9 2008 @ 02:04 PM
What has impressed me most about Rep. Paul is that he has helped me to understand what true conservatism is actually about. The Neo-Con agenda has
gathered up many of the chronically angry, basement-warrior types out there [they're not all liberals, that's for sure...although they may still be
naked at their computer in their Mom's finished basement, but that's beside the point] and convinced them that their version of a
"Republican revolution" what the G.O.P.'s all about. Empire-building, essentially.
You know, the ones who sing songs about bombing other countries, for example.
Paul suggests fiscal conservatism, a more-isolationist policy, and less governmental intrusion in the lives of Americans. Sounds great...
I haven't felt good about the left-side of the ticket, although I've always voted "D". I'm not sure if Sen. Obama is truly who he appears to be
[agent of change], or if he's just a CFR-puppet.
I would not vote for Sen. McCain.
Now, if Rep. Paul is on the ballot...first, let's hope that, IF HE RUNS, he'll be allowed into the debates. And if so, he'll have to improve on
his body language a bit. While he was certainly my horse in the Republican primary-season debates, and he livened 'em up, he didn't carry himself
with quite the poise and confidence one would need to effectively challenge the two parties in an election. Not to disparage him; rather, just to
point out an observation of mine.
I'll have to stay tuned.
[edit on 9.9.2008 by ItsTheQuestion]