Did Ron Paul Just Destroy His Own Legacy and Legitimacy?Submitted by zooamerica on Wed, 02/13/2013 - 23:45
One giant slip for mankind...
Ron Paul Files International Copyright Complaint Against His Own Fans
(This isn't going over very well all over the political map...)
"Ron Paul has filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization against the proprietors of RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org, according to a blog post on their site on Friday."
"Even more shocking to the proprietors is that Paul's complaint was lodged with a U.N. agency, an organization that garners mistrust among libertarians...."
---------full article linked above.
Mistrust is not the word! True conservatives find the UN to be reprehensible. Hardcore republicans HATE the United Nations...strong word, but true...and justified.
Good Lord, why did you do that Ron!!! You're a doctor and a politician, so why on earth would you treat a small headache with LSD?
This goes against over 40 years of Ron Paul's grain.
He admitted it was a mistake not to own the site in the first place. The free market demands a fair price, but Ron Paul does not want to pay it even though he is wealthy beyond most of us here put together. He'd rather seek a solution to a relatively small personal problem from an agency of the United Nations of all things?
For real? As if his houses aren't already paid for. Give me a break, Ron Paul. (Never thought I'd say that!)
Did Ron Paul do this because no court or lawyer in the United States would hear or take his case?
Did Ron Paul exhaust ALL American judicial avenues first, before seeking a UN fix to his own personal issues?
I'm totally lost in Ron Paul's, "World Intellectual Property Organization," political sauce.
I feel like a young, rational man who has just been told that Santa's UN Clause is real.
Ron Paul's actions pertaining to the issue of his own domain website seems super hypocritical, and contradicting at best.
The, "free market," solution to the good Doctor's problem would be to make his own website....www.ronepaul.com
Simple solution Ron, with no UN strings attached.