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Ron Paul Rated #1 in Congress

news.cnet.com — Out of all 535 representatives in the United States Congress, Rep. Ron Paul (TX) is rated number one for defending the freedoms of technology related proposals, scoring 88.24%. In comparison, Sen. John McCain (AZ) scores 38.46%, and Sen. Barack Obama (IL) scores 33.33%.

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Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

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If that's true, they're also blocking the one about John McCain. I'm assuming they're taking out anything politics related from that field.

McCain's has a 1012, and should be there as well.

Of course, maybe it was blind error that left out Paul and a tasteful decision to leave off McCain.

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Way to go Dr. Paul!

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The less negatively rated comments a DIgg has, the better.

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1200 diggs! Whatever happened to Digg?

I guess it died to Facebook and twitter...

Good thing too. We owned that placed when we tried, but overall, democratic news devolved into a cesspool.

I'm happy we had one win today for Paul, it was a battle!


I'm happy about my vote for Baldwin too and I feel good about it. I'm so glad I didn't blindly vote for evil. I voted for the right person.

But, what's probably most important, is that I've learned more in the last six months about politics and our government than I have in my entire life.

It's the journey, not the destination.


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907 Diggs! Please help Digg up all the replies, even bad ones!


Let the bad be heard - comments only reflect upon the poster. Plus negative comments help bury a Digg (I'm prettty sure now).

Some of them are buried kind of deep, are negative and could use a few diggs (just hold your nose)

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I have posted here before

I have posted here before about going back and forth with one of my liberal friends about RP, monetary policy, etc., and he has NEVER said word one in a positive light about Dr. Paul. I sent him the link to this article, and here was his reply:

Me:

"Well this certainly explains all the Google and Microsoft donations"

Him:

"Those donations are from employees, not the companies.
i think there's a libertarian bent among some employees of those companies, that's all."

Me:

"It's sometimes hard to tell companies apart from their employees, many of whom are shareholders, but a lot of people who value privacy and are against internet censorship definitely donated to him."

Him:

"i am sure there's some truth to what you're saying, but i am also sure there are a lot of other reasons some of those folks like Paul, for example drug policy (lots of stoners at Google).

Most of those donations are in the couple-few hundred dollar range, none more than 2300 (at that end i am sure there are some shareholders).

i think employees of those companies also donated a lot to the other candidates, if i remember correctly.

but employee donations aside, i personally respect Paul's advocacy for privacy."

Now that's what I call progress.

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Woo hoo! 671, it's skyrockting! Get your votes in!


Vote all the comments thumbs up too, both good and bad, and all replies!

If all the comments are postitively rated, it will be really hard to bury.

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