posted on Dec, 12 2011 @ 05:09 PM
reply to post by NightGypsy
I'm not trying to shake your enthusiasm; in fact I support it. You see me that way because you want to see me that way, not because that is true.
Paul supporters seem to want a fight and tend to invent reasons to argue. I read these threads out of a genuine interest. Is it wrong to play the
field this early and enter into conversations? I don't see it as wrong.
If I wanted to not debate or learn I would go to an official Ron Paul site instead of here on a board where the entire purpose it exists is discussion
and debate and not to endorse or be an official site for any candidate.
When I say there is still a chance I'll vote for Paul myself, I'm being honest. I am still undecided. I'm also considering going with the real
Libertarian Candidate instead of one running as a Republican. I do prefer Moderates however as I think radicalism is not helpful and is the cause of
the gridlock in Congress.
The Libertarian Candidates are listed below and you will find they are on the same page as Paul. Do you even know they exist?
Miss Joy Waymire
I'm also looking at Gingrich because he is a Moderate and has a good history of being able to unite people and get things done. The election is a
long ways off.
You can see me how you wish to see me and I'm not bothered. I don't mind being labeled as people do it all the time. Since I'm not a Partisan I'm
used to it. Partisans never seem to be able accept that real Independents exist. Partisans always have to pigeonhole everyone into the D's or the
R's; categorized, filed and put in their place.
My statement about young people and them seldom voting is simply a fact. It was a fact when I was young also. I think most people don't start voting
as a habit until they are into their thirties. Neither good nor bad, just factual.
If you are positive about Paul you should spend your time convincing people you are right. The Polls should tell you that his supporters have a lot of
work left to do.