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James Madison was a flip-flopper

James Madison didn'[t think a Bill of Rights was needed and argued as much. Then, when he ran for Congress, he adopted the Bill of Rights as part of his platform in order to defeat James Monroe. When he got to Congress, he became the most ardent fighter for the Bill of Rights.

Moral of this story: If Ron gets to Romney, we may have a flip-flopper in chief - but I don't care as long as his flop is on our side of the fence.



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Sorry, cnnrocks

I don't think you can sway anyone here to change their minds about Romney. We don't mind you sticking around over here because you will come to understand why Ron Paul is the best and then maybe he will win you over and you can influence your friends and family....liberty spreads.

Your view is understandable,

but I can only speak for myself and I will only be voting for Paul. Everyone else is the same. Even if I felt "Anybody but Obama" was important, if Mitt gets the Nom Obama gets a second term. They are identical policy wise, and it will be John Mccain all over again. I am sure plenty know this, but plenty have fallen for the "any1 but BO" jargon, but they will realize it when NOV gets here.

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James