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Yet he is also one of Obama's

Yet he is also one of Obama's biggest critics. Hannity and O'Reilly would defend a President Romney if he ordered the termination of all fetuses.

In a venn diagram of the Republican party, Ron Paul, and Cenk Uygur, Ron and Cenk have much more in common than Ron and the Republicans.

Cenk is a former federalist; a hardcore conservative. He's a constitutionalist...he just sees it in a different way. And his arguments are very sound arguments; for example, he's shattered people like Scalia, Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Rand Paul, and Buchanan on their views of the 14th amendment (Cenk and Judge Nap share this view). He's moved from this view, but you can still see glimpses of it in him; he's against Roe vs. Wade and against granting amnesty to illegals.

Cenk sides with the Democrats because they agree with him much more when it comes to social policy...he is correct that the Republican party is going to do nothing on the fronts of gay marriage and drug legalization. And when it comes to issues like the TSA, Patriot Act, drone strikets, etc, there are definitely more Democrats than there are Republicans protesting the status-quo. He is also very, very, anti-fed.

Where he disagrees greatly from Ron Paul are his views on taxation, regulation, gun control, and the economy. Other than gun control, it isn't like the Republican party is with Ron Paul on those other issues.

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