posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 11:13 AM
Love it. As a huge Paul supporter, a member of the Republican Party, and a member of a family who is staunchly Republican, I tell my family I don't
really love the foreign policies of many GOP contenders, to the point that I would vote Democrat. I am hugely on board with many of the party's
fiscal ideas such as reducing social benefits paid by the Gov't etc, but since the majority are so pro war I cannot support any candidate but Dr.
Paul. We follow the economy closely, and I am a finance major who does accounting for PE firms. My dad gets angry, my mom listens and is now a Paul
The thing is, Private Equity etc. will definitely be there for the long haul, even if profits aren't sky high. Also, I'd rather see us give our
money to those who need it, the under 26 crows who hold bad jobs and do not have health insurance (it was great for me last year) than to spend our
money buying precious rare earth metals and materials just to put them in to bombs, not to mention going to a largely unnecessary war. The WSJ lead
editor agrees that Paul's plan is the best as well (we have a thread on this site to it). I could care less if gays are allowed to marry, or if
abortions happen. I am religious, and God will deal with those people in his own way.
Dr. Paul is the only candidate who has a realistic plan to reduce the debt significantly. Every other candidate on the left and right either build
the debt or reduce it immaterially. So Dr. Paul has my vote. I know how to move my money around, so I will be safe in a fiat currency depreciation
that ahs us spending the money on our citizens rather than bombs. So far this year, its Ron Paul #1, Obama #2 Mitt Romney #3 for me.
Sorry Republicans, if Mitt is elected, you will not only lose my vote, but MANY MANY MANY who think like me. Who helped BO get elected last year?
The youth. Who is RP's biggest supporters, the youth and military. Do the math.