posted on Sep, 18 2011 @ 12:27 PM
I get exhausted by hearing the same arguments against him over... and over... and over again.
"Ron Paul is TOO old!"
"Ron Paul is TOO crazy!"
"Ron Paul buys his votes!"
"Ron Paul wears a tinfoil hat!"
The arguments are lame. How about researching how many Presidents were elected on their 3rd try? Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Grover Cleveland,
Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.
As far as the age argument, how come no other candidates felt up to accepting his recent challenge? 20 mile bike ride in the 107 degree heat. Not one
He's crazy? Why? Cuz he actually defends and supports the Constitution? Cuz he doesn't want to send young men and women to fight wars for the
bankers? I think the crazy people are those who support more war mongering candidates.
Ron Paul has far more support than he had in both 1988 and 2008. Anyone with even the simple ability to use Google could verify that.
Originally posted by mishigas
reply to post by HauntWok
The guy has been in congress for 30+ years, that alone turns me off to him, you can't say he's not a career politician with 30+ years in
That is one thing that has always bothered me...with all that time in govt, he has not been able to implement one of his 'brilliant' ideas. How can he
expect to do it if elected president?
As far as the "career politician" statement, he isn't. He is a Statesman. He has been consistent and fought for the cause of Liberty his entire time
in office. He isn't scheming off the backs of his constituents.
As for the not getting his brilliant ideas passed - it is very hard to do when he's the ONLY person in Congress who is actually for the people. Does
that mean we shouldn't support him? No. On the contrary, we should do it just for the purpose of sending Washington D.C. a message that we're sick of
Congressman Justin Amash just officially endorsed Ron Paul yesterday. As more brave men rise up and demand integrity, more "brilliant ideas" will be
passed and become the norm. But first, we need a revolution of the People. We have to stand up and demand better leadership.
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