Undoubtedly the two of them would love to see as many Americans in prison as possible.
Nice to see the black community noticing Rand. Hopefully they will also notice us.
They give 95+% of the vote to Democrats. Do they have any reasonable chance of expecting the Democrats to pay attention to their issues? Really? If you don't split your vote, you have no chance of your party helping you. You've simply given up your leverage. It's gone and nobody is going to pander to your needs. You are bought and paid for. No further buying is required. It boggles my mind how African Americans can feel good while voting Democrat. It is essentially against their best interests.
kind people rock
Rand keeps uniting people. Period.
'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul
Excellent: No qualifiers, the panel unequivocally support Rand's position and applauds his leadership.
Instructive: Very 'Ron Paulian' attitudes being espoused on coalition building, i.e. if I disagree with you on 8 of 10 issues I'll battle you on 8 and stand with you on the other 2.
10-15 million more voters need to believe in non-interventionism (liberty) at home and abroad to change America. Minds changed on Syria. Minds changing on privacy. "Printing money" is part of the dialogue. Win minds through focus, strategy.
"Centerpiece of black thought"??? "Hardcore African Americans"???
I ran into this guy on the sidewalk in DC 3 or 4 years ago, and after I criticized his undying love for Obama, he said to me (actually, he yelled from across the crosswalk) "Ron Paul is a racist!" True story.
Maybe he's starting to come around a little...?