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Paul was for limted enumerated powers of federal government before there was a tea party. He has always been for exiting UN and is skeptical of WTO that replaces bilateral deals with foreigners. He is skeptical over Federal reserve and globalism that cede US sovereignity.
Paul is serious about size and scope of federal goverment and he is aware of big corporations running the nation. Paul thinks small local business should determine the economic force.
The others running are paying lip service to fiscal retraint compared to Ron Paul. Thats all.
I have a hunch Gen Petraeaus will run as Dem Hillary Clinton's VP nominee in 2016. He seems ambitious. They are two globalists with a media that will go light on them.
Where are the poll result posted?
Ron Paul would bring the size and scope of federal government down to scalea as intended by founders. I think so too!
Federal government must do its enumerated powers and duties first. After that, cool it.
He needs to win a primary and pick up delegates along the way to make a big splash at the national convention 2012.
Chris says he will not run 2012 but Rudy shows signs of interest, I think. He is a neocon in a field of neocons. Both men are popular, though.
How is Ron Paul isolationist?
He may object to UN, WTO and foreigners determining harmful trade policies and he does not like to startt wars and occupy it as neocons have introduced. Until recently US was but a regional power , a republic.
I have never thought of Ron Paul as a nut! To be totally honest with you when you look at most of these politicians - Ron Paul seems to be the only down to earth sane human being amongst them!
If you are one of the people, in this case Ron Paul is not a Lawyer, he is a Doctor, I find that the Main Stream Media, really attack the good politicians as they also did Rand Paul, that is beacause the MSM is owned by Globalists,"Rupert Murdoch and Ted Turner! If you are not a member of CFR, Bilderberg or Trilateral Commission the MSM will Demonize these leaders!
Sorry to hear that Kasich has waffled. I always thought him a great communicator and highly electable.
But really, folks, you've got to give up on Ron Paul. He's just not electable. And isolationism is simply not a realistic stance in today's world. I'm all for libertarianism (small "L"), but face it, Paul comes off as a bit of a nut. Maybe Rand will grow into the job...
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