Question for Republicans who aren't Paul supporters

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    Would you rather have Paul or Obama?



    With Paul you get closer to the fiscal policies you want.


    With Obama you get closer to the foreign policy you want.




    What say you?
     
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    With either one, the US will propel itself into a very serious war with no means or will to defend itself.

    Who would you rather own that conflict? Whichever party invites this kind of destruction is going to be punished for many years to come. I'd rather it be the democrats and end the marxist stranglehold they have on the nation.
     
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    I am not a Paul supporter (quite frankly, as of this time, I don't know exactly who will have my support this coming election)

    I would rather have Paul over Obama, without question... even though I would still have serious concerns about the country... just not as much in the fiscal sense
     
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    Why haven't we been "propelled into a very serious war with no means or will to defend ourself" despite being 3 years into Obama's presidency then?
     
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    Although I like Paul on some fiscal issues he's SO misguided on foreign policy that he's totally unelectable as President. The only reason he's still in the discussion is that he has a strong base of Libertarians and strong network of supporters in Iowa.
     
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    So you pick Obama?
     
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    Never.
     
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    it's a non issue. paul isn't going to be your nominee.
     
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    If Paul was the nominee I'd certainly vote for him. But ditto for whomever gets the nomination whether they're my favorite or least favorite Republican candidate. The mission is to retire Barry to Habitat for Humanity in '13, not '17.
     
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    I agree, it's a hypothetical, like half the threads on this board.
     

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