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Thursday, June 07, 2007


I gave Ron Paul an early, and now it seems, foolhardy endorsement. I now rescind that endorsement. Though we agree on the Iraq issue, it seems that Ron is a bigot after all.

"Paul opposes abortion rights, voted to authorize a 700-mile fence along the U.S.-Mexican border, supports withdrawing troops from Iraq, and defines marriage as between a man and a woman." - The Ticker

I guess all Repugnicans are jerk-offs after all.

Tony, I am offering you honorary Libertarian status due to your mostly non-bigoted attitudes.

How's that for a back-handed compliment.

Correction: he opposes the governemtn having a say in abortion rights and leaves such issues to the states.

Other than that, you are correct. And this makes hima bigot because why...?
Yep. Ron Paul sounds good to me.

Only bigots want secure borders
In only two cases would you agree with all the positions of a candidate:

1. You can't think for yourself.

2. You are the one running.

Ron Paul is a man on principle. The others are bought and paid for.
I have not followed Ron Paul's oddessey to date, but I appreciate the special status.

i still say build the fence, hire a crap load of agents to stop the flow, and enforce the EXISTING law to a tee. I think this will work.

I know it will work better than what we're doing now.

BTW, France is going the mass deportation route, and Germany is considering the same.
He's a bigot because he opposes gay marriage of course, you silly anonymous bigot you....

I agree that Ron Paul isn't bought and paid for, and that he's a man of principle, but I question his principles.

Did anyone see the Libetairian debate? He won, and lost....arf arf arf....
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