Comment: I remember when Ron Paul was criticized for ghost written . . .

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I remember when Ron Paul was criticized for ghost written . . .

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

articles on . . . what was it Lew Rockwell?

I can't remember, so don't stone me--:)

There were many people who shot arrows and tried to discredit him. As I remember he wasn't really very good at defending himself, but somehow his supporters got past the hits made upon his past writings and his present reputation--

somehow he got through it. I think he even explained himself, and we all picked ourselves up and went on--

So . . . give Rand a chance to explain himself. He is young. Old men DO make better politicians, I think. Ron Paul is very wise. His son is a young whippersnapper--

and may not think he needs to watch his back--

kind of tearing straight ahead and not seeing some of the damage left behind by his tearing--?

Perhaps there really ARE those who want to discredit him--

So, let's be fair.

I don't really think that much about him, to be honest. I am not in Kentucky or anywhere near Kentucky, and the only people I know in Kentucky are corrupt--

seriously . . . corrupt and wealthy--

he's got his work cut out for him, if you ask me!

So--

give him a chance. This isn't about Rand Paul; it's about being FAIR!

Be fair.

Go to him--if you can. Talk to him. Communicate. Get at the truth.

And then go from there, whatever you discover.

Before I would throw the baby out with the bathwater, I would go to his father, even--

and ask him.

He might be able to put the youth into the right gear--

might be able to give a little fatherly advice, "Rand, in your rush to be elected, you are leaving behind a bit of sweepings that need to be swept up; take care of it."

Truth. Get at the truth. Then go from there.

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