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The New Yorker: Enemy of the State (Ron Paul)

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Everyone knows that Ron Paul

would be an utter disaster for the GOP if he were nominated. Even letting him spout his anti-government rhetoric in the debates is hurting the respectable image of the Grand Old Party.

New Yorker, me thinks thou doth protest too much. You weep like a crocodile. If you say A I'll know B is the truth. Ron Paul would help the Republican Party by lowering the average age of its activists, appealing more to independents, and saving the country from financial ruin.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

I won't

give them the traffic! However, I would agree that Paul is an enemy of the CURRENT state of affairs, but a friend to all who want to restore this country to its constitutional bounds...

O.P.O.G.G. - Fighting the attempted devolution of the rEVOLution
Ron Paul 2012...and beyond

Several glaring errors, all

Several glaring errors, all hostile to Ron. Careful, you'll swear you smell caviar while reading this pseudo-highbrow piece.

10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.

they forgot a word - "enemy

they forgot a word - "enemy of the POLICE state"...someone needs to talk to the proofreaders over there

RAG .... of a magazine

RAG .... of a magazine spreading lies