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Gawker Smack Talking Ron Paul

http://gawker.com/5837621/

Please go to this site and leave a comment defending the new Ron Paul ad...Those whack-jobs at Gawker are trying to discredit his allegiance to Ronald Reagan.

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lawling over here

'They' still don't understand that Ron is not a politician - he's a freedom fighter.
the article says, "Indeed, Ron Paul loved Ronald Reagan so much that he quit the Republican party in 1987 out of disgust."
its not about Reagan - its about limited government... and Ron stands up for it no matter what... it is popular for conservatives to look back to reagan because of what he said and not what he did... Ron is candid and willing to call out people for this... he called out reagan and now he's calling out Perry.
I wouldn't be surprised if instead of asking Perry about his involvement in the democrat party/ gore campaign they try and ask Ron why he hates Reagan... i then expect him to blow it outta the park as always.

Their is a large crowd of homeless people gathering outside the Reagan library in anticipation for the what could become a humble pie banquet. there will be enough for everyone.

DANG! The PAC opened up a can

DANG! The PAC opened up a can of worms with that one. No way one can dispute the truth, or Ron's quotes. Guess we just have to try to not give them traffic and hope no one reads it. LOL. Here are Ron's quotes they posted so u do not have to go there :

In 1976 I was impressed with Ronald Reagan's program and was one of the four members of Congress who endorsed his candidacy. In 1980, unlike other Republican office holders in Texas, I again supported our President in his efforts.

Since 1981, however, I have gradually and steadily grown weary of the Republican Party's efforts to reduce the size of the federal government. Since then Ronald Reagan and the Republican Party have given us skyrocketing deficits, and astoundingly a doubled national debt. [...]

If Ronald Reagan couldn't or wouldn't balance the budget, which Republican leader on the horizon can we possibly expect to do so? There is no credibility left for the Republican Party as a force to reduce the size of government. That is the message of the Reagan years.

I conclude that one must look to other avenues if a successful effort is ever to be achieved in reversing America's direction.

I therefore resign my membership in the Republican Party and enclose my membership card.

I LIKE his resignation letter

I hope everyone in America reads it. Ron Paul bailed when it became quite obvious that the actions of the president would never match the rhetoric that caused him to like the guy in the first place. I would love to see that very thing happen on a wide scale right now. Ideas matter.