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Comment: That is hardly a ringing endorsement.

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That is hardly a ringing endorsement.

He would show that much courtesy to any politician.
"(CNN) - While some opponents of Mitt Romney seized on his now-famous "misstatement" about the poor this week, Ron Paul defended his Republican presidential rival on Friday.

"I don't believe for a minute that if Mitt Romney was sitting here, that if he released everything in his heart, he (would say): 'You know what, the truth is, I really don't care about poor people.' That isn't–I just don't believe that," Paul said in an interview on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight."

And frankly, I think Ron is wrong, If we doped Mittens up with "truth serum" I think he would admit he does not care about poor people. So, even if Ron thinks Rand is doing great, I still think Rand is working a "compromise" angle that will be a huge set back to individual liberties.

And just one little "I told you so..." I had a fit when Benton was named campaign manager, said he was incompetent at best and was worried that he was a direct plant, that they are not above infiltrating families. And I got thoroughly trashed here.

I do not "hate" Rand, I simply do not trust him.

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