posted on Nov, 25 2011 @ 09:41 AM
reply to post by InnerstellarOne
I really disagree with some of Paul's principles. Especially on free health care. The right of citizens that contribute to society to be given
assistance in their hour of need is sooooo important. I have heard him say that free health care isn't needed because doctors will give their time for
free. This is utter nonsense. I know he has given his own time to assist but he is living in cloud cuckoo land if he thinks there are enough decent
doctors in America to provide enough care to the sick that cannot afford insurance.
Saying that, his libertarian views really strike a chord with me. I'm a bit of a libertarian socialist myself, and his ideas about personal choice and
responsibility are brilliant. If you hurt no man by your actions, you must be given absolute freedom. Absolutely. Perhaps we would disagree about what
causes other men harm though
If I was American, I'd have no problems at all in giving him a term, or two to see if his shizzle actually works. Give the man a go. His foreign
policy is certainly not gonna bring about another world war so what have you got to lose? Your last four leaders have been really, really evil people
in my opinion, and your economy is toast.
Is he the Antichrist? What a bunch of turd. To me he seems like the only decent, nice man in the Republican race, however naive I believe some of his
ideas to be. And he's certainly the only truly intellectual American politician I've seen in many, many years.
Vote Ron Paul.
He's a lovely man, I reckon anyway.
edit on 25-11-2011 by lazernation because: spelling