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Originally posted by ...and justice for some
Bob Barr just asked Ron Paul to be his VP
Atlanta, GA – Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party nominee for president, has invited GOP Congressman Ron Paul to be his running mate in the upcoming election. In a letter sent to Paul, Barr called Paul one of the “few American patriots” who exist in today’s society, and asked him to “seriously consider this final offer as an opportunity to show true, lasting leadership beyond party politics.”
Ron Paul for VP
Originally posted by mybigunit
Pfft why would he be VP when he could be P and get more votes and money than all of them put together. Im ticked...this was RPs chance to make a difference and run and instead he let this chance go. It wont come again for him. Im ticked.
Originally posted by ScienceDada
Then why didn't this work in 1992 to send a message? No, we just ended up with Clinton who made a mockery of the Presidency.
Originally posted by ATruGod
Originally posted by Karlhungis
90% of the country doesn't even know that Nader and Barr are even running. So I don't think that their endorsement would change things very much. Ron Paul has my vote, but if he is still unable to generate any media support, my vote will be nothing more than a symbolic gesture.
I guess a bunch of us here wound be making symbolic gestures.
I'd like to see what would happen if he indeed got a majority of the popular vote...all hell would break loose I'm betting.
Originally posted by Echtelion
But frankly, anyone voting for Paul is just throwing his/her vote away...
Originally posted by Leo Strauss
I would encourage you RP & 3rd party voters to consider voting for Obama!!
If you are young you will be sentencing yourself to some extremely harsh political times if McCain wins the election.
Al Gore was right if he had been elected in 2000 we would not be in Iraq right now and things would be VERY different.
My plea to you is to vote for Obama in this cycle then go from there. If you are not satisfied with a more moderate position from the corporate party then move on. I will move on with you if that is the case!