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The difference between

The difference between supporters of Ron Paul and the other Republican candidates is of their reasons for voting. When the typical voter is asked why they like Santorum, Romney, or Gingrich, they say "I don't know, I just like him", "I trust him", "I feel like he's strong". No answer really has any substance. If you ask a Ron Paul supporter, they will most definitely not say it’s because of his looks. All of the Paul supporters would talk about his policies and his rational and logical solutions to the problems our country faces today. I'm not here to discuss why Paul's policies are superior, I am here to bring up the notion that maybe concepts don't always claim elections. Come on, it’s common knowledge that Warren Harding was elected in 1920 just because he was a "Handsome Man". It took the death of Harding for soft spoken and unelectable Calvin Cooliage to take office (who Ron Paul is often compared to, and sometimes defends himself) Now it must be known, I am not in favor of Ron Paul now just selling out and pandering to the people, but there is a line. In fact, Paul’s honesty, integrity, and consistency come into play in a ONE on ONE election, specifically the general election.

Ian Mc Namara