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What Paul should have done.

In my opinion, Paul should have accepted the speaking spot at the RNC and agreed to their conditions. If it were me, I would have accepted all of their compliances and the once on stage completely blow off the teleprompter and speak my mind instead.

What could they do at this point?
-They could arrest you (showing the corruption)
-They could mute your microphone (showing the corruption as well)
-Or they could cut to a commercial break (corruption as well)

There is nothing the RNC could do at this point without showing their true nature.

That's just me.



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So Ron Paul

should have lied and thrown his morals out the window to give a speech... You clearly need to educate yourself on who Ron Paul is.

Ron Paul instead threw his own convention, gave HIS speech and stayed true to his morals... I think Ron did it right.

Shoulda coulda woulda

Back seat driver!

Barbara Tranquillo

Ron Paul did what Ron Paul

Ron Paul did what Ron Paul would have done. There are no 'ifs' or 'maybes'. I've been here ten months, and there have always been comments about what Ron Paul should have done. Up to this point, Ron turned out to be right. I don't think he would have played it any other way; else he would have soured it for the movement he has inspired. He will be remembered for that arrival at the RNC, the cheers, the media focus. He has left a legacy to live up to. To coin a phrase, what point if you gain the presidency and lose your character, virtue, integrity, your very soul.

This space available

it is obvious to me that Dr. Paul is . . .

following Ghandi--

no violence; nothing unseemly--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

No

He just believes God when he says he will take care of it.Remember its not payday yet

Barbara Tranquillo

No

Ron Paul has too much honor to lie.

yes--

and that . . . the world has forgotten what real statesmen do, so Dr. Paul is not welcome in the world--

pity the world--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--