Comment: Yes, yes.

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Yes, yes.

The campaign never made any mistakes. They are the most perfect campaign ever. Of course, I'm only saying that because my love of Dr. Paul blinds me from reality and I don't want to accept that they did make mistakes.

And obviously since Ron is perfect (the only one on earth, am I right??) he couldn't possibly pick people for his campaign that might end up damaging it later on. I mean, that's just completely unrealistic.

/end sarcasm

In all seriousness, Dr. Paul is a human being just like the rest of us and people like you need to stop putting him on a pedestal. Ron Paul wouldn't like it. And I think if he were to speak openly about the campaign he would admit that he made mistakes in who he chose for certain positions and that the campaign was not 100% efficient.

Btw, Granger, you might want to consider limiting your comments. Responding to everyone and every reply they send to you makes you come off as some pompous no-life. If you haven't noticed the amount of down-votes you've received I think that should serve as an indicator that at this point you're not well liked at all. Maybe you should take action to reverse that or risk being ostracized by the entire DP community.