Discussion in 'Politics' started by mikemic, Dec 7, 2011.
He ought to be the only real choice.
What rock have you been under since 2007?
Didn't take long before I was insulted. Way to be mature.
Wow, what a compelling argument there Mikemic....
Insulting everyone else who disagrees with you to begin with doesn't really invite compliments.
Yes, thank you. I know that it is really easy to be sarcastic when someone makes a statement that has no real argument but in my defense I was just simply trying to start a thread.
Then it would help if you gave us something to talk about rather than a controversial/insulting statement and then getting upset when you get nothing but poor responses to it.
Shouldn't be the only choice but I certainly will be voting for him in the primary.
Let me flip the switch.
Why not Ron Paul for President?
He's the most consistent candidate on every issue. Has the most extensive budget cuts in his plan more than any other candidate (which is what this country desperately needs). Always refers to the Constitution whenever voting which means he's one of the few if not the only current member of congress that adheres to the oath to the Constitution. He wishes to audit the federal reserve which caused the collapse of the dollar. He wants to end an illegal needless seemingly endless war. Need I say more? Saying that you wouldn't vote for him because you believe he's "unelectable" is such an amateur way of thinking. If everyone voted for him then wouldn't that make him electable? Would he not get in office if enough people voted for him? By the way, he was elected as a Representative of Texas for 12 terms. That's not enough? Turn off your TV and open your minds.
Is that better?
his foreign policy is outright dangerous at this point in human history. The
And I question the integrity of getting earmarks by sliding them into legislation you know is going to pass regardless, voting against it on the principle that earmarks are wrong and yet still getting them for your district through deception.
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