The Washington Times says things about Ron's messaging and has a funny pictureSubmitted by sailingaway on Thu, 06/30/2011 - 20:58
But I think they have a decent point, as well. Still, Ron will always be consistent.
We just need to make it clear this is about state's rights, and state self determination.
"Whenever Mr. Paul displays his unmatched knowledge of how we sank into this economic abyss and what it will take to get out of it, he comes close to closing the sale with my friend. And now that Mr. Paul is on the campaign trail using one of the Bible’s saddest moments - when the ancient Israelites desire a human king to rule over them instead of God, which is analogous to Americans looking to Washington for guidance rather than the “Creator” referenced in the Declaration of Independence - he’s starting to convince my friend that economic issues are moral ones, too.
However, just when it seems Mr. Paul is about to broaden his appeal and make inroads with a group that largely shunned him in the last go-round, he chases libertarian rabbit trails that remind evangelically minded voters of the uneasiness they have with a Paul candidacy.
Case in point: "
You should read it, it's actually pretty decent, and then, there is the picture...