Ron Paul: Mitt Romney And Barack Obama Represent Same 'One-Party System'...

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    Former presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-TX) says he is still not ready to endorse Republican nominee Mitt Romney because– in some ways– he and President Obama represent the same “one-party system.”

    When asked by CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis if he was “ready to endorse Mitt Romney,” the Libertarian offered a clear “no” before launching into a description of how the nominees are similar, and represent a continuation of the status quo.


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t3vZeJvb9U]Ron Paul Refuses to Endorse Romney - CNBC 10/11/2012 - YouTube[/ame]

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    apparently the system preferred by the vast majority of those choosing candidates by elections ... and not choosing Ron Paul.

    and does not indicate there are not differences between Romney and Obama.
     
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    "The vast majority of those choosing candidates by elections" comprises only in the neighborhood of half the adults in America.

    Tweedle-dumb and Tweedle-dumber themselves don't reflect any more than 25% of the thinking -tops- in the nation at any given point in time.
     

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