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Ron Paul Is Pure... and this is why he has my support.

Why Do I Support Ron Paul?

I support Ron Paul for many reasons. Liberty is the main one; the possibility of international and domestic peace seems intriguing, and even very possible, with the kinds of reform that Paul has aspired; and, his concerns for the dollar and the effects that it has had on the middle-class and the likely outcome of all of the bubbles that have been created, as a result of far-too-easy access to credit, have allowed me to be open minded to his Austrian Economic perspective as well. All in all, Ron Pauls unwavering leadership and commitment to who he is and what he stands for, in a land of sell-outs and traitors, is enough for me to consider this man, as the young and learning man that I am, as an intellectual influence. The seeming truth behind his words put his ideals over the top to a level that one man cannot even dream of influencing.

Then you get to his personal life. The man has been committed to the same woman for over 50 years. That kind of dedication is rare. He was a doctor that lived by his own beliefs - never accepting government funds, rather offering his services for lower prices to accommodate, and even in some cases, offering his services for free. He has even refused to participate in the governments pension plan.

Ron Paul is pure... and this is why he has my support.

This race is far from over. Ron Paul still has a very real chance at winning the nomination, (even if it has to be done Warren G. Harding style) and then the Presidency.

Ron Paul 2012!

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Hmm..

Was sure that this topic would have gotten a lot more love.

:shrug:

When injustice becomes law - rebellion becomes duty.

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Why vote Ron Paul? U.S. Sovereignty

You did great having determined what you did. Having twice been behind the Iron Curtain, the liberty issue is the main reason for me, too.

Related to that is Ron Paul's strong position to see that the United States retains - or rather regains - its sovereignty, threatened by UN policies/agencies that America has signed onto either officially or unofficially under both Republican and Democrat administrations. (One example is Agenda 21.) These render Congress and our balance of powers irrelevant. The latest such threat came by way of the executive order dated May 1, promoting "international regulatory cooperation." http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/05/01/execut...

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

Yea, the liberty issue is huge for me...

Our liberties have seriously been under minded for far too long. Whether under the guise of protecting us from ourselves, or even the idea of preempting behavior of others. All in all its done nothing to the results that were expected, and even in many cases made the behaviors much worse. There is much to be learned of from the past several decades, yet, we refuse to have them be learned. Finally we have the chance to achieve some real, quality, reform, and my hope is that it is able to be achieved.

One way or another, with Ron Paul's physical presence or not, I sincerely believe that the results that have been aspired within this revolution will be attained... if nothing else, at least, many will be in my lifetime. (Im 23)

When injustice becomes law - rebellion becomes duty.

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