I think that those who are pointing the finger of suspicion at Ron Paul could just as easily follow their own advice. While it is good to ask questions and remain skeptical of ALL those in positions/potential positions of power, I believe that it is also possible to be zealously suspicious. Almost religiously antagonistic to any possibility that someone like Ron Paul... or anyone for that matter... may ACTUALLY be sincere in thought and deed.
With that said, it is true that 2008 should have taught everyone a valuable lesson. It is never good to allow oneself to be swept up in the hysteria
of the masses. That type of frenzy feeds lemming-esque behavior, and there's usually a cliff somewhere in the distance.
I suppose my point is that I am cautiously optimistic about Dr. Paul. He strikes me as genuine, and while I don't blindly subscribe to his every
suggestion, I can safely say that were he to run for President in 2012, I'd be likely to vote for him, barring some unforeseen and unsavory