Comment: Low bar for endorsing someone

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Low bar for endorsing someone

Ron Paul doesn't endorse someone unless he agrees with practically everything the other person stands for. And if Dr. Paul has made an oath to not support anyone who's not pro-life, that sadly disqualifies Governor Johnson due to the oath. Maybe Dr. Paul values his word more highly than others, and won't endorse someone unless he can back them completely, which he can't with Johnson.

Sure, Dr. paul endorsed Chuck Baldwin, and he had endorsed the candidate Ronald Reagan. Name me anyone else he has endorsed in his 30 years of politics that weren't little people in individual states?

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine