Comment: Let 2012 be a warning,

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Let 2012 be a warning,

It's not nice to ignore Ron Paul. Blowback came in the form of a GOP candidate void of momentum and substance. I think the overwhelming sentiment came down to "there's no real diffence". Whereas, a Ron Paul ticket would have energized the masses, especially if he was allowed fairness in broadcasting. But, we've got to keep in mind, that the GOP, like the Democrats, have absolutely NO interest in any candidate that will crash the scheme at work at the Federal Reserve. That's their little secret, and they want it kept that way. Both sides get free money to pass around. Of course, both parties want to be in top control of that money by holding the White House, but hey, one thing niether party can allow, is for the game to be broken up. Ron Paul is going to be hard to replace on the national scene. I hope someone can do it.

alan laney