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Howdy again (I assume the "15-20 years" comment was directed at my previous comment to yours). Ron Paul's been at this for 45 years or something like that, so yeah, I get it- it takes time, no argument here on that point. Also I have never said anything bad about Rand Paul, I'd have voted for him in a heart beat even though I don't agree with a lot of stuff - I don't have to agree with someone 100% to vote for them. I do think Rand Paul must be pretty amazing to even run for office (I would never do it). I'd vote for him on his TSA stance alone. Also I have never said I'm "leaving the GOP". I said I won't vote for non liberty candidates.

Originally, I was just commenting on the point that you were going to vote Mitt Romney (which is fine - I wasn't trying to talk you out of it) I just wondered your reasoning (see my other comments for my reasoning to NOT vote for Romney). - I just don't see any argument that my voting for Romney will help us or anyone at this point. That's cool if you see it but I can't. I had two friends say Obama is evil, that Romeny will over turn Obamacare (there's no proof of that and it's reasonable to assume he can't do it), that the economy can't handle 4 more years of Obama... - Well we all know we are playing with Monopoly money (at this point) so that's a non argument for me. I'm not trying to start an argument or anything - I was just wondering if your reasons were any different then those three that I have heard. If anyone can give me 1 real REASON to vote FOR Romney that would actually benefit anyone I'd like to hear it. I have more reasons to vote for Obama then I do Romeny actually; if Obama wins more Neo Cons and Country Club Republicans will leave the GOP and we can get more people in -
(and btw I can NOT stand Obama).
(as always everyone should vote how they want and shouldn't be "judged" - and it's good to have the Daily Paul where we can discuss this and not be arrested [YET anyway]) Thanks. :)

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