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Tucson newspaper RP attack article - please light up the comments section!

Please leave a few good comments to this article in the Tucson Citizen. I am a resident of Tucson and a big RP fan--- please show Tucson what the good Doc is all about -- as they bring up the same ole racist BS claims..

http://tucsoncitizen.com/freethought-arizona/2012/04/26/ron-...




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Laws and policies are harder to change at the federal level compared to the state. The We The People Act would bar neocons from defining marriage at the federal level as just between a man and a woman or BAN abortions at the federal level. Current big government thinking has allowed the federal government to override state laws and continue to arrest medical marijuana users. All this Act would have done was remove jurisdiction, NOT forced anyone into anything. The people would then bring their arguments to the state, which the people have more control over changing anyway. Saying the only exception to states right being bad is marijuana is a cop-out to prevent laws YOU don't like from being enacted. The reason the federal government was supposed to only have limited powers was because one central government can never know what is right for everyone. Not wanting the feds to have jurisdiction over a matter should NOT be construed as endorsing suppression or tyranny at the state level. All it means is that the debate should happen AT the state level. Please Mr Wilson, continue fighting for your rights. Just please consider that maybe, just maybe, things Dr. Paul proposes like We The People Act are in effort to change the venue of the debate to hopefully prevent centralized tyranny instead of trying to promote tyranny at the state level.

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I see my post was removed - free thought? Here it is again:

Thanks for the coverage. All publicity is good publicity.

Voters who want wars, torture, assassinations, "humanitarian" bombings in oil rich countries, indefinite detentions, drone attacks that kill the innocent, erosion of civil liberties, domestic war on the people (drug war), out-of-control debt and spending, graft and greed, crony capitalism, pandering to special interests, bailouts, more of the same, must NOT vote for Ron Paul.

Voters who want peace, a humane foreign policy, restoration of civil liberties, an end to the war on drugs, sound money, balanced budgets, honesty, integrity and transparency in government, and a President wholly committed to Constitutional government can vote for Ron Paul.

Ain't that difficult a choice.
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Hi Jim, Glad to see you are a free thinker, or are you? Why are you removing my posts. Can't you handle the truth? Take my post and explain to your readers why you find its so "offensive."
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Plano TX

Removed LOL!

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Plano TX