Comment: It Was More Learning the Platforms of the Candidates...

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It Was More Learning the Platforms of the Candidates...

...then an actual debate, but very informative, nonetheless. Each candidate made very valid points concerning Constitutional government, thougn I did hear the word "democracy" used quite frequently. America is a "republic" where the rule of law reigns and not mob rule by the majority. Every candidate I heard was better than Romney/Obama. If climate change is such a threat, why didn't anyone mention the chemtrails that are purposely being sprayed in our skies (geoengineering), polluting them with aluminum and barium? The "war on drugs" is more the illegal drug trade that the top levels of our government are involved in to finance covert regime changes throughout the world by the CIA than the comparatively small transactions on the street (though I am for getting non-violent offenders out of jail)...no mention of that. Global warming, marijuana and gay "marriage" are not top-priority issues with me, but the rights of the unborn are. Virgil Goode is the only proven prolife candidate left in the race, so my unwasted vote in voting my conscience goes to Goode. I rated Gary Johnson second. Of course, Dr. Paul was the whole package...if Louisiana was a write-in state, it would be Dr. Paul for me. I'm just excited that more voices were brought to the table...now that's America! :)