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The Possibility of a Ron Paul Third-Party Run for President

http://lewrockwell.com/lazarowitz/lazarowitz47.1.html

"We are certainly at a crossroads in America, with Election 2012. The political ruling class has usurped many of our rights away, and stolen much of the private wealth and capital that had provided jobs and opportunities and had raised the standard of living more than in any other society.

But the farce that these elections continue to be merely reinforces my point that such elections are mere rearranging of deck chairs.

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Unfortunately, those delusional anti-Obama conservatives – the ones who keep saying how important it is that we oust Obama, and that we all must get behind Romney – do not understand that they want to get behind a socialist, mealy-mouthed politician who is really no different from Obama, except for the rhetoric, which means nothing in the real world."



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There is NO possibility of a

There is NO possibility of a Ron Paul third party run. It is not going to happen. He couldn't have said it more times than he already has.

Well said...

"...the farce that these elections continue to be merely reinforces my point that such elections are mere rearranging of deck chairs."

But not because there is any possibility of a Ron Paul Third-Party run for President. Ron Paul never attacked Mitt Romney, but frequently attacked more conservative candidates at the moment they were beginning to pose a threat to Romney (consider his latest ad, attacking Rick Santorum). And now the possibility of adding Rand Paul to the Romney ticket would ensure that Ron Paul drops any plans to launch a Third-Party challenge. It makes me wonder if this wasn't the plan all along.

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