posted on Sep, 1 2012 @ 09:16 AM
reply to post by mysterioustranger
I can imagine there are many people that could fall under the Paul camp that weren't saying just wait like myself. I thought he was the better option
to have in office...than whomever will be in there. But I don't agree with some of his policy. The Fed has to go or at least be more transparent than
a freshly washed _ He wanted to completely remove a lot of government agencies; when they should be reformed with the red tape and bureaucracy
tossed out. Presidential mandates are not part of a society that votes, it is a power of dictatorships, so agreed that needed to go; Obama makes at
least 2 mandates a month. Paul is also against abortion; I can understand he probably took that stance from being doctor and respects life because of
it. But it seems to be the major turning point in difference of the two parties, pro-life seems to be a GOP requirement.
So be aware many people that tout a preference in Ron Paul, knows the other two options are worse, Obama is stuck until another election to try and
get another majority house, and Romney having a majority going in can pass more of Bush style politic's without much resistance, so if he is elected;
war with Iran will happen. I didn't include Johnson as an option...because the Electoral College chooses the president not us, and the electorates are
filled with REPS and DEMS as a majority; so two options is I think a fair statement under the current process.
The last person that held any sort of running platform very close to my personal belief structure was Dennis Kucinich. I think he would have rebounded
the country the same way Bill Clinton did, after Bush SR.; Bush JR. caused all of this recession with his war, he could have waited and gotten the
approval of the UN and the total cost wouldn't have been on US citizens backs but he didn't, and then he lost pretty much all help; when he decided to
go finish up his daddies mess in Iraq. Obama missed his chance to change things, he should have went in like a hurricane before the house majority
vote was lost, and he started to get policy blocks. That's where inexperience can fail; and why he has failed to pull things into a complete
The GOP wants the credit for a recovery or some kind of win, because they know they are an out of touch political party and need something positive to
stay relevant. So if Romney gets in, he will have that majority to pass what his puppet masters want him too. What many forget is that most of the
smaller effects the previous presidents changes usually don't show up until the next person is sitting in the chair...
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